Pichu0102: So basically, a research org is paying random people on the road to measure various levels of things in their blood to compile statistics and do research. Cue outrage.
basemetal: So, what was the "survey" studying?
PainfulItching: I used to live near this town. Had to pass through it to get home every night, working in Birmingham. Thank all things holy I never have to go near that area again.PS The correct answer is, "I'd like to see my lawyer first please."
jmr61: So basically it was voluntary and nothing at all like what the NSA is doing.Nice job dumbmitter.
IRQ12: Research has indicated that sobriety checkpoints are effective in reducing drinking and driving and alcohol-related fatal crashes. "
IRQ12: I like how they used police for this completely voluntary study, what a joke. I've said it a million times: police should not ever be able to moonlight as a police officer. It's a serious conflict of interest.
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