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06-02-06, 10:52 PM #41FishTail GuestOriginally Posted by steve354
I don't think the legal age for purchasing alcohol has much to do with the drink driving rate at all. I've seen drink drivers from 14 up to 80-odd.
06-02-06, 11:17 PM #42
Dude your spelling is not saying much for the Tasmanian school system!The opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-02-06, 11:57 PM #43Originally Posted by beans43
What about looks?
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06-02-06, 11:59 PM #44
So that's what Steve looks like, you Aussies really are an odd lot.The opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-03-06, 12:33 AM #45Originally Posted by beans43
My friend how did you know that???? But you are dead right. Back then they only look after those who where doing well not those who really need it the help.
So having said that my apology's goes to all who I have well you know you know what mean.
A part from the spelling what eles is wrong with it. ????????????????MANY ARE CALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN
06-03-06, 01:13 AM #46
How old are you?If you ain't living on the edge, you're taking up too much room.
06-03-06, 01:15 AM #47
Never mind I looked it up..If you ain't living on the edge, you're taking up too much room.
06-03-06, 04:43 AM #48
OK, you need to...
where did you go to school???Life is a fleeting memory,
It come and goes,
But one thing will always remain.
That is History.
06-03-06, 04:59 AM #49Originally Posted by steve354
After work they shouldn't be able to enjoy an adult beverage in a legal setting?
Not everyone works 9AM - 5PM and sleeps from 11PM - 6AM.
(Not that I would ever go to a bar at 7 am after a brutal shift )"The statements and opinions contained in this communication do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Commission regarding these issues."
06-03-06, 08:27 AM #50
I see nothing wrong with a beer during lunch. Of course I barely drink as it is and when I do, it is in a responsible manner.
For the occasion I get plowed on Mad Dog 20/20, Steel Reserve 211 and Schiltz, it is in a situation where I know I won't be driving."To the German commander: 'Nuts!' The American Commander" - General Tony McAuliffe, 101st Airborne Division
06-03-06, 09:21 AM #51Originally Posted by Operator13
Ok that is fear.. So what you like to see done in your area or in the whole of the U.S. Do you agree that something has to be done to cut the number of people dieing on the road's dure to aclohol.MANY ARE CALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN
06-03-06, 09:39 AM #52
"Please tell me what you think?? or am I going mad."
I think that the government gets too involved in many areas of public life (or would like to).
I think that common sense is not common.
I don't think "your going mad", but I would be concerned if you were in a position to make and enforce laws that I would be subjected to.
I think no one should drink and drive. I also think no one should drink and type.Any Post I make is my opinion only!
I do not have the authority or the permission to post for my Sheriff's Office.
06-03-06, 09:53 AM #53Originally Posted by CountyFourteenMANY ARE CALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN
06-03-06, 11:25 AM #54Originally Posted by steve354
06-03-06, 07:05 PM #55Originally Posted by Crimebytes2
one I have seen first hand what it does to people
2 Bceacuse the U.S is going to be my home very soon.MANY ARE CALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN
06-03-06, 07:16 PM #56DRE
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You're kind of mad...3 drinks an hour can get anyone drunk...I am an Eastern Traveller, and my Grandmother is 1423 years old...she lives in Cypress, Texas
Approach from the passenger side, and watch their hands...SMOKE 'EM!!
06-03-06, 07:55 PM #57Banned
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Steve, we have something called Roving Patrols for drunk drivers. I don't know that much about them though. Maybe some of the LEOs can tell you more. We also have specialized units which do nothing but look for drunk drivers. There are also DUI checkpoints, which often result in a lot of arrests, and which also get word out that the police are watching out for people driving under the influence.
Maybe when you arrive here you and your wife will want to get involved with MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving). They're always looking for volunteers, and you'll have fun as well as helping to stop drunk driving.
06-03-06, 08:11 PM #58FishTail Guest
06-03-06, 08:28 PM #59Originally Posted by kimby
Last edited by steve354; 06-03-06 at 09:03 PM.MANY ARE CALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN
06-03-06, 08:30 PM #60FishTail GuestOriginally Posted by steve354
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