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2022-05-24 3:28:21 AM  
This is the tragic end of a talented young man's life.  A life in which Dan Snyder played no small part.
 
2022-05-24 6:21:39 AM  
What about the ketamine? There was an earlier link that said the toxicology report said he had ketamine in his system.

If he was able to ambulate while that drunk, high on K, then that is the real story.
 
2022-05-24 6:30:50 AM  
So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.
 
2022-05-24 7:06:27 AM  
Sad. Reminds us that alcohol really does make us do stupid things if not taken responsibly.
 
2022-05-24 8:29:04 AM  
Dude had all the talent in the world and still felt shiatty enough to be drinking his life away.
 
2022-05-24 8:35:02 AM  

foo monkey: This is the tragic end of a talented young man's life.  A life in which Dan Snyder played no small part.


Don't forget he was recruited and spent most of his college career coached by Urban Meyer.
 
2022-05-24 8:45:34 AM  

highrye: Dude had all the talent in the world and still felt shiatty enough to be drinking his life away.


The hedonic treadmill comes for all of us.
 
2022-05-24 8:45:57 AM  
He died doing what he loved
 
2022-05-24 8:51:46 AM  

highrye: Dude had all the talent in the world and still felt shiatty enough to be drinking his life away.


I hear that he did not always do that well scrambling to avoid a rush
 
2022-05-24 8:58:37 AM  

question_dj: If he was able to ambulate while that drunk, high on K, then that is the real story.


It's part of a football player's warrior mentality.  You wouldn't understand.
 
2022-05-24 9:03:30 AM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


America, fark yeah.
 
2022-05-24 9:07:54 AM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.
 
2022-05-24 9:43:09 AM  
On the plus side, if he was that drunk and on ketamine he never felt a thing when that truck hit him.
 
2022-05-24 9:46:59 AM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?


Where was the bolded reported? Thanks.
 
2022-05-24 9:55:46 AM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


And (reportedly) driving to an early morning off-season workout with teammates.

Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.
 
2022-05-24 9:58:36 AM  

thorpe: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Where was the bolded reported? Thanks.


That post might be combining two parts of espn article unless things have changed. Original article mentioned a fight beforehand with "Joey" who was a friend or cousin then left for a nightclub. It also mentioned that he was with a "female companion" in the car when he went for gas
 
2022-05-24 10:01:24 AM  

TheManofPA: thorpe: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Where was the bolded reported? Thanks.

That post might be combining two parts of espn article unless things have changed. Original article mentioned a fight beforehand with "Joey" who was a friend or cousin then left for a nightclub. It also mentioned that he was with a "female companion" in the car when he went for gas


Yeah, I think I got that part mixed up, but there was something about a fight with someone and then this "female companion" in the car while he phoned his wife that he was out of gas and gonna go get some more.  My bad.
 
2022-05-24 10:22:15 AM  

OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.


Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.
 
2022-05-24 10:44:00 AM  
Nobody named Duane in TFA. Was it Dwayne's brother?
 
2022-05-24 10:54:19 AM  

null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.


Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.
 
2022-05-24 10:59:46 AM  

baorao: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

And (reportedly) driving to an early morning off-season workout with teammates.

Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.


Didn't David Wells throw a perfect game on LSD? Maybe this could have been similar
 
2022-05-24 11:01:02 AM  

flynn80: null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.

Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.


Half of 0.2 is 0.1 and the legal limit in Florida is 0.08 so your point is?
 
2022-05-24 11:08:12 AM  

LL316: baorao: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

And (reportedly) driving to an early morning off-season workout with teammates.

Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.

Didn't David Wells throw a perfect game on LSD? Maybe this could have been similar


Thats Doc Ellis.
 
2022-05-24 11:16:00 AM  

phedex: LL316: baorao: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

And (reportedly) driving to an early morning off-season workout with teammates.

Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.

Didn't David Wells throw a perfect game on LSD? Maybe this could have been similar

Thats Doc Ellis.


Yeah I really don't know how you can confuse the two outside of maybe "They both were addicted to something"
 
2022-05-24 11:21:57 AM  

phedex: LL316: baorao: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

And (reportedly) driving to an early morning off-season workout with teammates.

Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.

Didn't David Wells throw a perfect game on LSD? Maybe this could have been similar

Thats Doc Ellis.


No, that's Becky.
 
2022-05-24 11:27:37 AM  

OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.


It's been nearly two months. Time to pull yourself together.
 
2022-05-24 11:30:46 AM  

baorao: Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.


Still a higher success rate than having a dead quarterback. Unless the dead quarterback is a relatively fresh tea totalling zombie.
 
2022-05-24 11:31:09 AM  

null: flynn80: null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.

Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.

Half of 0.2 is 0.1 and the legal limit in Florida is 0.08 so your point is?


The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.
 
2022-05-24 11:33:45 AM  

flynn80: Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.


I reckon your body will start metabolising alcohol differently after it is dead and the blood has pooled
 
2022-05-24 11:35:51 AM  

mikaloyd: flynn80: Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.

I reckon your body will start metabolising alcohol differently after it is dead and the blood has pooled


After I'm dead, my body can only metabolize braaaaaaains.
 
2022-05-24 11:36:08 AM  

flynn80: The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.


Toxicology tests post mortem and drunk driver BAC tests may vary a bit from one another
 
2022-05-24 11:39:12 AM  
After you are dead there is no legal limit on BAC
 
2022-05-24 11:40:17 AM  

thorpe: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Where was the bolded reported? Thanks.


It came up in the toxicology report. It was a toxic relationship.
 
2022-05-24 11:47:56 AM  

mikaloyd: flynn80: The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.

Toxicology tests post mortem and drunk driver BAC tests may vary a bit from one another


The tests (toxicology or BAC) should not vary at all if the samples are collected at the same time.  The results should be the same or the tests are bogus from the start.  Cop math should not extend to the scientific method.
 
2022-05-24 11:48:56 AM  

flynn80: null: flynn80: null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.

Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.

Half of 0.2 is 0.1 and the legal limit in Florida is 0.08 so your point is?

The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.


How quickly did they get the blood after he died?  They might be estimating his level based on a reading several hours later.
 
2022-05-24 11:58:12 AM  

mikaloyd: baorao: Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.

Still a higher success rate than having a dead quarterback. Unless the dead quarterback is a relatively fresh tea totalling zombie.


The pass rush is coming...

He shambles left

He shambles right

Bosa is closing in for the sack , and... OH MY GOD, BOSA IS HAVING HIS BRAINS EATEN!
 
2022-05-24 12:39:44 PM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


Yeah i pointed out before when it originally happened that his behavior didn't make much sense and he was acting very strange.

I (and others) suspected he was drunk and had a lady in the car... Both of which explained his behavior.  Lo and behold i was right.

I'm happy he didn't kill someone else.  0.24 is very drunk.  Add in drugs and that's very very dangerous.
 
2022-05-24 1:45:55 PM  

null: flynn80: null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.

Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.

Half of 0.2 is 0.1 and the legal limit in Florida is 0.08 so your point is?


The legal limit is 0.08. Half the legal limit is 0.04, which is the range of variance in the toxicology.
 
2022-05-24 1:48:13 PM  

flynn80: mikaloyd: flynn80: The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.

Toxicology tests post mortem and drunk driver BAC tests may vary a bit from one another

The tests (toxicology or BAC) should not vary at all if the samples are collected at the same time.  The results should be the same or the tests are bogus from the start.  Cop math should not extend to the scientific method.


They are not done at the same time, One is from blood pulled from a living organism that is pumping and adding oxygen to its blood. The other is from tissues or fluids pulled from a cadaver.
 
2022-05-24 1:50:26 PM  

mattgsx: mikaloyd: baorao: Not sure that having a drunk QB high on ketamine throwing passes at practice is a recipe for team success.

Still a higher success rate than having a dead quarterback. Unless the dead quarterback is a relatively fresh tea totalling zombie.

The pass rush is coming...

He shambles left

He shambles right

Bosa is closing in for the sack , and... OH MY GOD, BOSA IS HAVING HIS BRAINS EATEN!


Cured of the CTE: worst case scenario
 
2022-05-24 1:55:45 PM  

jake3988: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Yeah i pointed out before when it originally happened that his behavior didn't make much sense and he was acting very strange.

I (and others) suspected he was drunk and had a lady in the car... Both of which explained his behavior.  Lo and behold i was right.

I'm happy he didn't kill someone else.  0.24 is very drunk.  Add in drugs and that's very very dangerous.


This is true. Still a really sad ending but it could have also involved a driver falling asleep at the wheel and a multi-fatality crash.
 
2022-05-24 2:09:03 PM  

mattgsx: jake3988: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Yeah i pointed out before when it originally happened that his behavior didn't make much sense and he was acting very strange.

I (and others) suspected he was drunk and had a lady in the car... Both of which explained his behavior.  Lo and behold i was right.

I'm happy he didn't kill someone else.  0.24 is very drunk.  Add in drugs and that's very very dangerous.

This is true. Still a really sad ending but it could have also involved a driver falling asleep at the wheel and a multi-fatality crash.


Tp be fait, they have not specified that the dump truck driver was awake.
 
2022-05-24 2:26:31 PM  

12349876: flynn80: null: flynn80: null: OtherLittleGuy: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Sorry, still concentrating on the "he died" part.

Sorry, forgot this is Fark, where we excuse drunk drivers daily and celebrate their high scores on their BAC.

Let's celebrate the fact that a toxicology test for a person's BAC can vary by half the legal limit.  That is important part of the story to me.

Half of 0.2 is 0.1 and the legal limit in Florida is 0.08 so your point is?

The point is that lab results for blood tests are apparently not that accurate.  If the legal limit is .08 and the test can vary by .04, then the test is not an accurate gauge of a person's sobriety.

How quickly did they get the blood after he died?  They might be estimating his level based on a reading several hours later.


That doesn't make any sense. Your body doesn't process alcohol after death.
 
2022-05-24 2:31:36 PM  

mattgsx: jake3988: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Yeah i pointed out before when it originally happened that his behavior didn't make much sense and he was acting very strange.

I (and others) suspected he was drunk and had a lady in the car... Both of which explained his behavior.  Lo and behold i was right.

I'm happy he didn't kill someone else.  0.24 is very drunk.  Add in drugs and that's very very dangerous.

This is true. Still a really sad ending but it could have also involved a driver falling asleep at the wheel and a multi-fatality crash.


Yeah, it really could have been so much worse. Lost two different buddies who each died in single vehicle accidents after getting drunk. Outstanding guys in many aspects but horrible in needlessly placing the lives of innocents in danger, people are complicated.
 
2022-05-24 3:50:10 PM  

WoodyHayes: mattgsx: jake3988: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Yeah i pointed out before when it originally happened that his behavior didn't make much sense and he was acting very strange.

I (and others) suspected he was drunk and had a lady in the car... Both of which explained his behavior.  Lo and behold i was right.

I'm happy he didn't kill someone else.  0.24 is very drunk.  Add in drugs and that's very very dangerous.

This is true. Still a really sad ending but it could have also involved a driver falling asleep at the wheel and a multi-fatality crash.

Yeah, it really could have been so much worse. Lost two different buddies who each died in single vehicle accidents after getting drunk. Outstanding guys in many aspects but horrible in needlessly placing the lives of innocents in danger, people are complicated.


its the worst, isn't it? two friends died in separate single drunk accidents. One an ATV, one a motorcycle.  I had one die after getting shot mistakenly going to the wrong house while drunk in college.  and the worst was yet another friend who drunk drove and killed all three passengers in his car; his wife, best friend and friends wife.

its the worst.
 
2022-05-24 4:38:35 PM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


Most sportsball people aren't upstanding members society. Most carry baggage and bad habits, you know, like normal people. They just excel at sportsball.
 
2022-05-24 4:50:45 PM  

null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.


Wait, he was driving?  I thought he was walking across the interstate, or was that someone else?
 
2022-05-24 5:20:53 PM  
That dump truck was a real downhill runner with elite wiggle.  Projects to a 3rd Rounder.  High character truck that could see immediate action in the right system.
 
2022-05-24 5:24:21 PM  

wage0048: null: So, let me get this straight, he was drunk (0.20 or 0.24) and driving with ketamine in his system, ran out of gas, and drunkenly pulled off, got out of his car, and went looking for gas, reportedly after getting into a fight with what might be a side chick (since he is already married)?

Let me point the important part again: he was driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly illegal drugs or prescribed painkillers on a busy interstate in an area unfamiliar to him.

Wait, he was driving?  I thought he was walking across the interstate, or was that someone else?


His car ran out of gas and he was going to get more.
 
2022-05-24 6:35:45 PM  
It's a good thing Fark doesn't require a Breathalyzer for posting
 
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