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    Drunk driving is not teh deadly

    I found a couple of websites after reading this cracked article
    http://www.cracked.com/blog/4-unheal...nto-movements/

    LOLZ people on support of drunk driving

    http://www.motoristsrights.com/blog/...wi002fdui.html

    http://the-classic-liberal.com/legalize-drunk-driving/

    http://getmadd.com/

    What ya think?
    do you support drunk driving?
    If so why are you so stupid and miserable?
    LOLZ?
    They dont have the real wing chun?
    Do you have the real wing tsung? :EWBTE2:

    Also discuss the other bullshitiers of the article
    ARE YOU ONE OF THEM?????

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    I like how the author concludes with this:
    So, how long before it declares the "right" to regulate the amount of broccoli in your blood stream? Because if it can regulate the alcohol content of your blood, it can surely regulate the amount of broccoli in your blood too
    Yeah, its just like that. That's not at all totally insane.

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    For once, I'm with Cracked. The entire thing sounds like something that only makes sense in drunk logic.

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    I totally would support drunk drivers if they drove only on roads dedicated to drunk driving, which of course would have no speed limits and high walls either side. Natural selection would receive a boost.
    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.

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    I'm always struck by the tale I read as part of my Indian history thesis of the Maharaja and the English noblemen who in the early 1900s enjoyed a night of drinking and then went for a ride in the Englishman's car to 'sober up'.

    I thought it was a fascinating contrast in attitudes from the dawn of the automobile to that of the modern day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    I totally would support drunk drivers if they drove only on roads dedicated to drunk driving, which of course would have no speed limits and high walls either side. Natural selection would receive a boost.
    And cameras to record the whole thing

    Judoka:
    Well at least the cars of that age could only achieve 10 miles per hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    And cameras to record the whole thing

    Judoka:
    Well at least the cars of that age could only achieve 10 miles per hour
    "I'm accelerating to 30 miles per hour!"
    "Don't be a fool, min, no man can live at that speed!"- The Goons.
    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.

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    We used to measure trips; three guys to SLC, a twelve pack. Times have changed. I like Germany. I was told that first offense = license for life lifted. Second = prison. Of course they have good public system. My kids drank in a underage nightclub near Munich, it was beneath city hall. Different attitude and one that makes sense.
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez

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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    Judoka:
    Well at least the cars of that age could only achieve 10 miles per hour
    I think they could go at a bit faster than that and bowling down the lanes of rural India at that time, you were very likely to encounter someone trying to cross or tooling along the road themselves.

    Drink driving in rural areas has always been 'safer' than doing so in urban ones, but even so it's still dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I think they could go at a bit faster than that and bowling down the lanes of rural India at that time, you were very likely to encounter someone trying to cross or tooling along the road themselves.

    Drink driving in rural areas has always been 'safer' than doing so in urban ones, but even so it's still dangerous.
    Better them to crash on a tree or fall down a river than to run over people

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