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(Chron)   World's most courteous drunk driver stops to let passenger out during police chase, then promptly dies after driving into pillar   (chron.com) divider line 28
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2012-03-09 11:07:35 PM  
FTFA: A patrol officer who was stopped on the Gulf Freeway shoulder near Woodridge saw a maroon Chevrolet Tahoe southbound on the freeway with a flat tire, said Kese Smith, a Houston Police Department spokesman. Smith said the officer followed the SUV, which nearly hit the squad car, but the driver refused to pull over.

Just like a woman... a problem crops up with the car and she ignores it.

/too soon?
 
2012-03-10 04:49:33 AM  
Sounds deliberate.
 
2012-03-10 05:15:17 AM  
"Smith said the passenger told police they had left a downtown bar just before the chase started."

You gotta think, this guy musta thought he was gonna get lucky - chick says "come home with me".. they start driving, all of a sudden *POP* WHUP WHUP WHUP WHUP then police sirens... suddenly, went from sexytime to I need to GTFO ASAP.

Sucks that she died, but at least she didn't take anyone with her

/She chose... poorly
 
2012-03-10 05:46:08 AM  
So much more effective and thoughtful than the wrong way expressway suicide.
 
2012-03-10 06:23:10 AM  
Chics and alcohol don't mix well.
 
2012-03-10 06:26:07 AM  
I agree with HighlanderRPI: and gregscott: . At least for a change she didn't haul someone to the grave with her. It is sad, pay the money, do the time. I't wasn't worth the price she paid.
 
2012-03-10 07:42:37 AM  
People don't actually live in Houston.

/That's the joke.
 
2012-03-10 07:58:39 AM  
FTFA: A patrol officer who was stopped on the Gulf Freeway shoulder near Woodridge saw a maroon Chevrolet Tahoe southbound on the freeway with a flat tire, said Kese Smith, a Houston Police Department spokesman. Smith said the officer followed the SUV, which nearly hit the squad car, but the driver refused to pull over.

How does the Tahoe nearly hit the officer if he is "following" it? Has "(s)he nearly hit the squad car or officer" became required report language anytime a police car is within 100 ft. of a potential DUI?

And IMO, a biatch can drive on 3 tires if a biatch wants to drive on 3 tires! When did it become illegal for a biatch to drive on 3 tires?
 
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2012-03-10 08:07:11 AM  
Slappajo

You need a motorcycle license to drive a three wheeled vehicle in most states.
 
2012-03-10 08:27:09 AM  
More drunk drivers should follow her example. Too selfish to live without threatening the lives of innocent people and too stupid to know when to throw in the towel.

Darwin wins again.
 
2012-03-10 09:03:44 AM  
This pussification started in the early 80s, when drunk driving starting being unfairly demonised. Alcohol is simply an intensifier. Bad drivers drive worse whilst loaded, but good drivers drive much better.

Overall, the increase of accidents caused by bad drivers is cancelled by the decrease of accidents caused by good drivers. While there may be anecdotal horror stories about sloshed drivers mowing down entire bus queues, these are still anecdotes. The statistics don't lie. Alcohol has little effect upon road safety.
 
2012-03-10 09:06:32 AM  

letrole: This pussification started in the early 80s, when drunk driving starting being unfairly demonised. Alcohol is simply an intensifier. Bad drivers drive worse whilst loaded, but good drivers drive much better.

Overall, the increase of accidents caused by bad drivers is cancelled by the decrease of accidents caused by good drivers. While there may be anecdotal horror stories about sloshed drivers mowing down entire bus queues, these are still anecdotes. The statistics don't lie. Alcohol has little effect upon road safety.


Wut.
 
2012-03-10 09:07:39 AM  
Letrole: apt name is apt
 
2012-03-10 09:10:23 AM  

mr_fulano: Letrole: apt name is apt


My surname is Le Trôle
 
2012-03-10 09:11:20 AM  
So the pillar was her final destination?
 
2012-03-10 09:19:05 AM  

letrole: mr_fulano: Letrole: apt name is apt

My surname is Le Trôle


Even better.
 
2012-03-10 09:29:13 AM  

letrole: mr_fulano: Letrole: apt name is apt

My surname is Le Trôle


And you wear it proudly. In al the hundreds of generations of Le Trôles, I can't imagine anyone better living up to the name.

I mean it, man. All the "thrusting and groping and kissing" copypasta got tired pretty quickly, and trying to drag in atheism didn't really do much to raise you above the crowd. But this? Pure genius.

Yes, a CNS depressant that lowers inhibitions and slows reaction time absolutely ought to make good drivers better. I'll bet you'll be able to milk this one for weeks.

BTW, you sound like an excellent driver. You should definitely have a couple of six-packs and go for a nice, challenging drive. Are there any narrow mountain roads near you? Preferably ones with almost no other traffic?
 
2012-03-10 09:48:16 AM  
PWN3D

I applaud the passenger for having enough control over the coont to get the coont to pull over and let him out. Some one should dust his pimp hands with a fine scented talc. Also, a chick like this is usually a demon in the sack, crazy biatch syndrome or cumdumpsterdom.

So, in summation, passenger ftw
 
2012-03-10 09:59:42 AM  

HighlanderRPI: "Smith said the passenger told police they had left a downtown bar just before the chase started."

You gotta think, this guy musta thought he was gonna get lucky - chick says "come home with me".. they start driving, all of a sudden *POP* WHUP WHUP WHUP WHUP then police sirens... suddenly, went from sexytime to I need to GTFO ASAP.

Sucks that she died, but at least she didn't take anyone with her

/She chose... poorly


The guy was very lucky indeed.
 
2012-03-10 10:02:00 AM  

jfarkinB: BTW, you sound like an excellent driver. You should definitely have a couple of six-packs and go for a nice, challenging drive. Are there any narrow mountain roads near you? Preferably ones with almost no other traffic?


Well one does need to challenge oneself now and then. It's good to know one's limits.
 
2012-03-10 10:05:31 AM  

devastation station: Also, a chick like this is usually a demon in the sack


Or anywhere else, I suppose, given the whole "dead" angle.
 
2012-03-10 10:15:54 AM  
This I why i go out to the bar during the day time.
 
2012-03-10 11:07:30 AM  
Did anyone else get the "Like this is totally my first car story" ad before the clip?
 
2012-03-10 11:09:23 AM  
The article didn't say, was the guy a 40 year old virgin?
 
2012-03-10 01:48:43 PM  
If you're going to screw something up, don't screw up everything. Good lesson here.

In related news: Warn your cousins if you've been running moonshine recently and the police might come after you. So they can jump out if necessary. So they don't get killed

/Wasn't me
//Story I heard
 
2012-03-10 03:25:49 PM  

Slappajo: FTFA: A patrol officer who was stopped on the Gulf Freeway shoulder near Woodridge saw a maroon Chevrolet Tahoe southbound on the freeway with a flat tire, said Kese Smith, a Houston Police Department spokesman. Smith said the officer followed the SUV, which nearly hit the squad car, but the driver refused to pull over.

How does the Tahoe nearly hit the officer if he is "following" it? Has "(s)he nearly hit the squad car or officer" became required report language anytime a police car is within 100 ft. of a potential DUI?

And IMO, a biatch can drive on 3 tires if a biatch wants to drive on 3 tires! When did it become illegal for a biatch to drive on 3 tires?


The tahoe prolly almost hit him when he was stopped on the shoulder, then he proceeded to give chase. At least, that's how I read it.
 
2012-03-10 03:43:27 PM  
No one else was hurt, but the driver died at the scene.


She won't be missed.
 
2012-03-10 04:23:34 PM  
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