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 Post subject: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
PostPosted: Jan Sat 20, 2018 8:16 pm 
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http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/ ... r-dui.html

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
PostPosted: Jan Sat 20, 2018 8:28 pm 
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I've noticed that some of the weirdest news stories come from FL. :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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At the very least, his order is going to take a while to fill.

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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Some years back I was behind a cop at a RR crossing, when train cleared the car ahead of him didn't move... Officer gets out, taps on window, the guy opens door and all but falls out... Apparently doped or drunk, could barely stand up... I didn't stick around to find out...

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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I've noticed that some of the weirdest news stories come from FL. :shock:


You're welcome, and I can really say that in this case since it took place about 4 miles from home. He only missed Taco Bell by about a half mile.

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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My patrol people have lots of similar stories. Drunks hopelessly lost(and clueless) miles from their destination.

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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Wow...now THAT is being "hammered"! :o

He MAY have been (just barely)"OK" if he had just got his burrito. :|

I recently tried to order a Carl's Jr. item at a McDonald's! :lol:
And I was stone cold Sober... :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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Wow...now THAT is being "hammered"! :o

He MAY have been (just barely)"OK" if he had just got his burrito. :|

I recently tried to order a Carl's Jr. item at a McDonald's! :lol:
And I was stone cold Sober... :roll:

At least you didn't try to order it from an ATM machine... :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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It's scary that people try to drive in that condition. Crazy.

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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It's scary that people try to drive in that condition. Crazy.

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Now that grass has become legal here in Cali, be glad you live in Connecticut...

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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I'd much rather have someone stoned versus drunk or high on things like crack, meth ETC...


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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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I'd much rather have someone stoned versus drunk or high on things like crack, meth ETC...

Tests have shown there's little difference. It's impairment any way one slices it. If anything, stoners may be more arrogant and less likely to admit they are impaired.

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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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At least this guy was honest. He called 911 and reported HIMSELF for DUI. :lol:
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 Post subject: Re: So much for “thinking outside the bun.”
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AuroraOldRadios wrote:
Tube Radio wrote:
I'd much rather have someone stoned versus drunk or high on things like crack, meth ETC...

Tests have shown there's little difference. It's impairment any way one slices it. If anything, stoners may be more arrogant and less likely to admit they are impaired.


And less likely to go anywhere until they run out of food.


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