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(Deadline)   Former Bachelor "star" Chris Soules denied his appeal, because driving drunk and killing a person isn't acceptable behavior for a D-list celebrity, especially in Iowa   ( deadline.com) divider line
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2018-02-24 05:28:40 PM  
Who?
 
2018-02-24 05:47:45 PM  
Up to a $7,000 fine.

The cost to bring one in to the world is about the same as it is to take one out?
 
2018-02-24 07:46:59 PM  
$7k and 5 years max for drunkenly killing someone and running away?
 
2018-02-24 07:49:54 PM  
Could always sentence him to real life drunken Frogger.
 
2018-02-24 07:50:13 PM  
Why do bad things happen to good looking people?
 
2018-02-24 08:03:55 PM  

Tchernobog: $7k and 5 years max for drunkenly killing someone and running away?

Bravely

running away, you mean.
 
2018-02-24 08:04:34 PM  
Don't you go to prison for possessing a relatively small amount of weed in Iowa?

So, I guess it's good he didn't do that, too.
 
2018-02-24 08:29:10 PM  
Soules proposed to fertility nurse Whitney Bischoff in the finale of his show; they split about six months later.

O rly?
 
2018-02-24 08:29:19 PM  
Umm, he's had a motion to dismiss denied. He hasn't even been tried, and nothing about DUI.
 
2018-02-24 08:40:15 PM  
 I'd use him as a breathalyzer machine,  if you know what I mean and I think you do.
 
2018-02-24 09:16:46 PM  

RJReves: Who?


I'm not sure either, but I know it happened last year not too far from where I live. Local news station wouldn't shut up about it for 3 days.
 
2018-02-24 09:17:35 PM  

maxandgrinch: Up to a $7,000 fine.

The cost to bring one in to the world is about the same as it is to take one out?


Bringing one on is about twice that, actually. :/
 
2018-02-24 09:18:38 PM  

Bluemoons: maxandgrinch: Up to a $7,000 fine.

The cost to bring one in to the world is about the same as it is to take one out?

Bringing one on is about twice that, actually. :/


In. Whatever.
 
2018-02-24 09:22:00 PM  

Bluemoons: Bluemoons: maxandgrinch: Up to a $7,000 fine.

The cost to bring one in to the world is about the same as it is to take one out?

Bringing one on is about twice that, actually. :/

In. Whatever.


Depends on the state,  but 7k is about average.  There was a thread about this a couple weeks ago .
 
2018-02-24 09:44:32 PM  

Buttknuckle: Bluemoons: Bluemoons: maxandgrinch: Up to a $7,000 fine.

The cost to bring one in to the world is about the same as it is to take one out?

Bringing one on is about twice that, actually. :/

In. Whatever.

Depends on the state,  but 7k is about average.  There was a thread about this a couple weeks ago .


Thanks, Right on. We had ours in 2016 (MO) and without insurance he would have been right around 15k. Then again, now that I think about it, we chose a hospital in KC as opposed to our little Podunk town and I'm pretty sure they ran our insurance through the wringer after we hit our out of pocket for the year........
 
2018-02-25 01:12:34 AM  
Is it better or worse that I remembered this guy from Worst Cooks in America, rather than the things he's actually known for? Or probably just equally bad.
 
2018-02-25 06:21:23 AM  
What level do you need?  C or even B?  I remember Matthew Broderick killed someone when he was still kind of big, and Vince Neil did, so somewhere in between them and him is the line.
 
2018-02-25 09:17:34 AM  

Tchernobog: $7k and 5 years max for drunkenly killing someone and running away?


Hasn't Fark covered this before? By running away, you actually mean "stayed at the scene to render aid until after paramedics transported the guy to the hospital", right? He's being charged with "leaving the scene of a fatal accident", except it wasn't fatal when he left.
 
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2018-02-25 09:29:03 AM  

Phantom_Spaceman: Is it better or worse that I remembered this guy from Worst Cooks in America, rather than the things he's actually known for? Or probably just equally bad.


The Mrs. Watches that show, I mainly remember him from the many appearances the bachelor always had on The Soup.

/It's Sunday so time for a new Joel Mchale show.
//So happy he's back in that format
///The higher production qualities and lack of usual segments takes some getting used to
 
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