Haha, wouldn't it be nice if that's how it worked? Unfortunately if T-Bob and Cleatis can't get their Beam, I'm sure they'll get their kicks with Old Crow, High Times, or some other budget rate backwoods hillbilly sauce. That way they have enough money for 13 drinks, but not a cab ride home....In other news, law enforcement reports about 450,000 fewer DUI's and drunken disorderly arrests this year...
I am aware of the forum rules regarding politics. I guess I just didn't see this as a political statement, and considered it more like a rant about an anomalous lack of common sense regarding a life and death issue, but perhaps I am incorrect. I suppose there may be some members who think driving under the influence is perfectly acceptable so please accept my apologies.PLEASE Alaskanpiper, let us not politicize this story...that's how threads get closed down. You're a newcomer here so perhaps you're not aware of the Forum rules?
Sorry, but I really don't care. The more draconian the rule, the more ways around it.Sorry if I sound rude or stereotypish, this is just a real sore spot with me. Living in a state with one of the highest incidences of DUIs, including many deaths per year, it is just very frustrating to see how soft the punishment is, and how soft people's attitudes toward it remain.
Well, mawnansmiff, you were correct, apparently my comments were more political than I thought. Despite being sorely tempted to respond to the above comments, I will refrain from doing so in an effort to keep your thread limited to its original intent.Sorry, but I really don't care. The more draconian the rule, the more ways around it.
You have your vices and I have mine.
I like Bourbon. Just not Jim Beam, there are some good ones out there. Woodford, Elmer Lee, etc. But to each their own. I do like scotch more...but I like em all, even rye and irish.At least it was bourbon and not good whiskey.