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Drunk Driving

It's 2008, for the record. Almost 2009. And drunk driving is still an issue, especially in states like Wisconsin that averages twice as many DUI/OWI as the national average. This blogger had an interesting post about our law makers in WI and drunk driving.

If you like to get drunk, sweet. I'm your legal drug dealer. But if you drive, you're a douche. It's simple. It really is. Know your limit. It's also interesting to see what else is going on with your body when you're drunk. Impaired sexual pleasure at .06-.10? That completely changes my dating strategy...

I hear it all the time in my bar, co-workers, friends. Another story about how plastered they got, the women they didn't go home with, how many shots they did, and then the ubiquitous "Man, I can't believe I drove home. That was stupid." Believe it. You are. Let's start with a clean slate. All past dipshit moves are forgiven. But from now on, the rules are changed. The next time I hear that same story I'm making a pledge to berate, belittle, and otherwise insult them. And I consider it doing them a favor. I hope you'll do the same.

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Well said!!

November 28, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterKim Sjoquist

Our convo. last night is still sticking with me in reading that! It is so pathetic and repulsive that WI has such a problem with drinking! As we discussed, I feel, it is because of all the small "home town" bars that basically have prizes for being the town drunk and everyone competes. Minnesota move?

December 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCrystal

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