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(Buzzfeed)   After failing field sobriety tests, Wilson complained the roadway was too "slanted' and asked the officer if he could instead perform some "yoga moves"   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 51
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2012-08-28 01:29:32 PM
This one isn't funny and makes no reference to Walking Dead. Let the other one go green instead.
 
2012-08-28 01:49:20 PM
After failing field sobriety tests, Wilson complained the roadway was too "slanted'

I could see where that might have an effect:

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-08-28 01:51:38 PM
Wilson also played Dick Hickock in 'In Cold Blood."
 
2012-08-28 01:55:10 PM
userserve-ak.last.fm
 
2012-08-28 02:00:51 PM
You're in a major hit TV show and you drive a PT Cruiser?
 
2012-08-28 02:04:21 PM

dittybopper: After failing field sobriety tests, Wilson complained the roadway was too "slanted'

I could see where that might have an effect:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 179x163]


That was aweseme =]
 
2012-08-28 02:05:12 PM
ahem awesome Doh
 
2012-08-28 02:15:09 PM
How does the disembodied top of a head do yoga?
 
2012-08-28 02:23:03 PM
I always thought he came across as a teetotaler.
fandomania.com
 
2012-08-28 02:35:24 PM
Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.
 
2012-08-28 02:42:13 PM

Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.


In Oregon there is a mandatory suspension of driving privileges if you refuse.
 
2012-08-28 02:44:37 PM
Wow that's embarrassing... a black PT Cruiser.
 
2012-08-28 02:45:17 PM

Alphakronik: Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.

In Oregon there is a mandatory suspension of driving privileges if you refuse.


If you refuse the breathalyzer, not the FST. Same law as in Washington.

An FST allows the cop to arrest you because he thinks you're drunk. That might mean you're just clumsy, or having a bad day.

You must submit to objective measures of BAC, like a breathalyzer or blood test. You do not have to submit to a FST.
 
2012-08-28 02:51:49 PM

redsquid: You're in a major hit TV show and you drive a PT Cruiser?


While I would normally suggest that some people are just not that into cars and don't care what they drive no matter how much money they have, there really is no excuse for a PT Cruiser. EVER.
 
2012-08-28 02:58:15 PM

animal900: redsquid: You're in a major hit TV show and you drive a PT Cruiser?

While I would normally suggest that some people are just not that into cars and don't care what they drive no matter how much money they have, there really is no excuse for a PT Cruiser. EVER.


I am that person. I could drive a very nice luxury vehicle. I drive Hyundais instead. I drive them until the wheels fall off of them, and then I go buy another one.

But my mother drives a PT Cruiser, and she's a goddamn saint!
 
2012-08-28 03:04:20 PM
Hey, common now, don't judge. All of us Farkers have had a bender where the ground gets too slanted.

/damn you Gin!
 
2012-08-28 03:05:24 PM

animal900: redsquid: You're in a major hit TV show and you drive a PT Cruiser?

While I would normally suggest that some people are just not that into cars and don't care what they drive no matter how much money they have, there really is no excuse for a PT Cruiser. EVER.



Unless you plan to drive drunk and run into things.
 
2012-08-28 03:05:26 PM

Rent Party:
I am that person. I could drive a very nice luxury vehicle. I drive Hyundais instead. I drive them until the wheels fall off of them, and then I go buy another one.

But my mother drives a PT Cruiser, and she's a goddamn saint!


Nothing wrong with Hyundais. There are many, many things wrong with PT Cruisers.

Tell your mother I said hello.
 
2012-08-28 03:07:32 PM
Is this going to be like Lost, where the DUI's give way to the death of characters?
 
2012-08-28 03:11:58 PM

animal900: Rent Party:
I am that person. I could drive a very nice luxury vehicle. I drive Hyundais instead. I drive them until the wheels fall off of them, and then I go buy another one.

But my mother drives a PT Cruiser, and she's a goddamn saint!

Nothing wrong with Hyundais.,


And many things right. The 2012 models get 40MPG, and the Limited packages are quite nice. 100,000 mile 10 year warrantee, and I'm a happy guy. I'm looking at replacing my Tuscon now with a new model, but the wheels still haven't fallen off yet.
 
2012-08-28 03:19:54 PM

Rent Party: I'm looking at replacing my Tuscon now with a new model, but the wheels still haven't fallen off yet.


Nor should they have, considering it's at most 8 years old. Unless you drive a rediculous number of miles per year.
 
2012-08-28 03:20:33 PM
*ridiculous
 
2012-08-28 03:24:21 PM

animal900: Rent Party: I'm looking at replacing my Tuscon now with a new model, but the wheels still haven't fallen off yet.

Nor should they have, considering it's at most 8 years old. Unless you drive a rediculous number of miles per year.


Did you just say "ridicurous?"
 
2012-08-28 03:27:51 PM

animal900: Rent Party: I'm looking at replacing my Tuscon now with a new model, but the wheels still haven't fallen off yet.

Nor should they have, considering it's at most 8 years old. Unless you drive a rediculous number of miles per year.


I used to put about 25K on annually for the first 7 years (2005 model). Fewer now since we've bought the Elantra. I'd like to get a new Tuscon with leather and all that but I figure the old one still has another five years in it at least.
 
2012-08-28 03:29:00 PM

Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.


A cop knows in about 15 seconds after they make contact with a suspected drunk driver whether or not this person is going down for OWI/DUI.
All those tests are for the report and court.
 
2012-08-28 03:30:42 PM

Rent Party: Alphakronik: Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.

In Oregon there is a mandatory suspension of driving privileges if you refuse.

If you refuse the breathalyzer, not the FST. Same law as in Washington.

An FST allows the cop to arrest you because he thinks you're drunk. That might mean you're just clumsy, or having a bad day.

You must submit to objective measures of BAC, like a breathalyzer or blood test. You do not have to submit to a FST.


Yeah it was funny because the cop in my dui almost let me go after my FST, then this little dwarf cop showed up and told him to breathalyze me anyway and I was barely over. My lawyer was good and got them to admit they had farked up during the stop.

And still, he was on a road where there is a greater chance he could hit a cow rather than another car at 2am.
 
2012-08-28 03:32:48 PM

Rent Party: animal900: Rent Party: I'm looking at replacing my Tuscon now with a new model, but the wheels still haven't fallen off yet.

Nor should they have, considering it's at most 8 years old. Unless you drive a rediculous number of miles per year.

I used to put about 25K on annually for the first 7 years (2005 model). Fewer now since we've bought the Elantra. I'd like to get a new Tuscon with leather and all that but I figure the old one still has another five years in it at least.


We just got a 2012 KIA Sorento 6 months ago, after seriously looking at a Honda CRV.

Hell, we saved several grand, and we are very satisfied w/ the ride and worksmanship.
 
2012-08-28 03:36:22 PM

zato_ichi: Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.

A cop knows in about 15 seconds after they make contact with a suspected drunk driver whether or not this person is going down for OWI/DUI.
All those tests are for the report and court.


That's exactly why you don't give him any more reports for the court. Not submitting to the FST isn't about getting out of getting arrested. If you're driving shiatty, you're getting arrested. It's about limiting the amount of evidence that goes to the DA.
 
2012-08-28 03:57:41 PM
Carl Whar?
 
2012-08-28 04:01:01 PM
The road was asian?

/DRTFA
 
2012-08-28 04:02:45 PM
Bruce Wilson?
 
2012-08-28 04:21:27 PM
Thought it was this Wilson:

assets.rollingstone.com

/Leaves disappointed
 
2012-08-28 04:53:55 PM
Modmin, your greenlight is bad and you should feel bad.
 
2012-08-28 05:06:06 PM

dittybopper: After failing field sobriety tests, Wilson complained the roadway was too "slanted'

I could see where that might have an effect:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 179x163]


Came for this, etc.
 
2012-08-28 05:11:17 PM
People who were with Wilson prior to the incident reported he had been taking a number of drinks, a few were heard to remark that there was no feasible way he could have had what was described as "an infinite amount of shots."
 
2012-08-28 05:12:13 PM
Alphakronik: Rent Party: Never, ever, EVER submit to a FST. It is purely a subjective judgement call on the part of the cop. Make him make you breathalyze or give blood.

In Oregon there is a mandatory suspension of driving privileges if you refuse.

If you refuse the breathalyzer, not the FST. Same law as in Washington.

An FST allows the cop to arrest you because he thinks you're drunk. That might mean you're just clumsy, or having a bad day.

You must submit to objective measures of BAC, like a breathalyzer or blood test. You do not have to submit to a FST.


I'd much rather take the FST. I can walk in a straight line, touch my nose and count backwards with a BAC of .14 or so, but if i took the breathalyzer it would instantly be goodnight, nurse.

I don't even own a car anymore, much less drive drunk, but personally, I'd rather take my chances with the FST. I am a white male, of course, so YMMV if you have a little more pigmentation to you skin than me.
 
2012-08-28 05:16:05 PM

devilEther: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 360x270]


Shopped.

Chuck Norris would never waste time giving his enemy the finger.
 
2012-08-28 05:16:48 PM
The only time I would advocate submitting to a FSB is If you are actually, completely, stone-cold sober, i.e., haven't been drinking at all, and want to avoid spending a few hours being arrested and having your car impounded.

Example. I rarely drink, and this night was not an exception. I was at a bar with my co-workers, drinking coke (I still tip like they're regularly-priced drinks, so get off your high-horse, ex-bartenders). Eventually, I took off, got in my car, and pulled out. After a block or so, a cop behind me turned on his lights and pulled me over. Maybe I actually did swerve a little in that one block like he said -- or maybe he he saw someone pull out of a bar parking lot at that hour and make a very reasonable but incorrect guess. Anyhoo, I submitted. It was a new and mildly amusing experience that provided me a story to tell. The cop was courteous, but his expression at the end indicated that he was pissed off at guessing wrong and wasting his time.
 
2012-08-28 05:42:04 PM

T.M.S.: devilEther: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 360x270]

Shopped.

Chuck Norris would never waste time giving his enemy the finger.


good point
 
2012-08-28 05:42:31 PM

Why Would I Read the Article:
I'd much rather take the FST. I can walk in a straight line, touch my nose and count backwards with a BAC of .14 or so, but if i took the breathalyzer it would instantly be goodnight, nurse.


You can have perfect trust in your ability to walk a straight line. Do you have perfect trust in the cop to assess that objectively? Perhaps he's had a bad day, or you don't have your toes correctly aligned and he's a big fan of the ballet. When that goes to court, it will be...

You: "Your honor, I walked that line perfectly."

Cop: "Your honor, I'm trained to give these tests, and he was a wobbly bastard."

I'd much rather have an objective BAC test that my lawyer can fight, than an expert witness that my lawyer can't.
 
2012-08-28 06:08:33 PM
You can have perfect trust in your ability to walk a straight line. Do you have perfect trust in the cop to assess that objectively? Perhaps he's had a bad day, or you don't have your toes correctly aligned and he's a big fan of the ballet. When that goes to court, it will be...

You: "Your honor, I walked that line perfectly."

Cop: "Your honor, I'm trained to give these tests, and he was a wobbly bastard."

I'd much rather have an objective BAC test that my lawyer can fight, than an expert witness that my lawyer can't.


I definitely see your point, but all I'm saying is that let's assume I get pulled over and my BAC is .14. If i take the breathalyzer, I'm going to jail and a shiatstorm will fall on my life. If I go for the FST, I'm pretty sure I could do well enough on those taks to pass, and even if my odds are 99/1 I still have a 1% chance of passing, whereas blowing a .14 is all she wrote. Given all that, I'll take my chances.
 
2012-08-28 06:16:45 PM

Rent Party: animal900: redsquid: You're in a major hit TV show and you drive a PT Cruiser?

While I would normally suggest that some people are just not that into cars and don't care what they drive no matter how much money they have, there really is no excuse for a PT Cruiser. EVER.

I am that person. I could drive a very nice luxury vehicle. I drive Hyundais instead. I drive them until the wheels fall off of them, and then I go buy another one.

But my mother drives a PT Cruiser, and she's a goddamn saint!


Dorothy Mantooth?
 
2012-08-28 06:22:57 PM

katerbug72:
But my mother drives a PT Cruiser, and she's a goddamn saint!

Dorothy Mantooth?


The google tells me that was pretty funny.
 
2012-08-28 06:45:30 PM

devilEther: T.M.S.: devilEther: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 360x270]

Shopped.

Chuck Norris would never waste time giving his enemy the finger.

good point


It's hard to tell in that picture but he has the longest godamm fingers EVAR on a human being.

(A contest Ann Coulter would win hands down were she a human being.)
 
2012-08-28 06:51:32 PM
He also had a St. Christopher's medal that had inscribed on the back "I'm a Buddhist. In case of emergency, call a Lama."
 
2012-08-28 06:57:46 PM
WILSONNNNNNNNN
 
2012-08-28 07:11:16 PM

HopScotchNSoda: The only time I would advocate submitting to a FSB is If you are actually, completely, stone-cold sober, i.e., haven't been drinking at all, and want to avoid spending a few hours being arrested and having your car impounded.

Example. I rarely drink, and this night was not an exception. I was at a bar with my co-workers, drinking coke (I still tip like they're regularly-priced drinks, so get off your high-horse, ex-bartenders). Eventually, I took off, got in my car, and pulled out. After a block or so, a cop behind me turned on his lights and pulled me over. Maybe I actually did swerve a little in that one block like he said -- or maybe he he saw someone pull out of a bar parking lot at that hour and make a very reasonable but incorrect guess. Anyhoo, I submitted. It was a new and mildly amusing experience that provided me a story to tell. The cop was courteous, but his expression at the end indicated that he was pissed off at guessing wrong and wasting his time.


And this is part of what is wrong with law enforcement in the US. The cop should have been glad that you were sober and not breaking any laws.

You see it all the time on COPS-like shows. An episode of Border Wars showed a border patrol agent practically having an orgasm because she found a big cache of drugs hidden in a car. She should have felt bad that drugs are still pouring across the border in such large quantities.

If somehow we actually won the drug war (yeah, right) and convinced everyone to never drink even a little and drive these people would fall into a deep depression and probably commit suicide because there wasn't anyone to put handcuffs on.
 
2012-08-28 09:22:38 PM
I got pulled over once. Cop asked me what I had to drink. Told him and he said if you're telling me the truth you'll blow .04. Goddamn if I didn't blow .04.

He said since I was honest he wasn't going to bust me for "impaired driving".

Haven't had a drink before driving since.

/csb
 
2012-08-28 10:39:09 PM

T.M.S.: devilEther: T.M.S.: devilEther: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 360x270]

Shopped.

Chuck Norris would never waste time giving his enemy the finger.

good point

It's hard to tell in that picture but he has the longest godamm fingers EVAR on a human being.

(A contest Ann Coulter would win hands down were she a human being.)


The guy from Phish turned into Chuck Norris?
 
2012-08-29 12:49:29 AM

jjacobs7: T.M.S.: devilEther: T.M.S.: devilEther: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 360x270]

Shopped.

Chuck Norris would never waste time giving his enemy the finger.

good point

It's hard to tell in that picture but he has the longest godamm fingers EVAR on a human being.

(A contest Ann Coulter would win hands down were she a human being.)

The guy from Phish turned into Chuck Norris?


If you do enough drugs,kids,you too can turn into Chuck Norris.
 
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