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  • How to avoid a DUI

    This is pretty funny, anyone who reads the New Times magazine.... www.phoenixnewtimes.com/issues/2004-09-02/feature.html/1/index.html [img]/emoticons/cheers.gif[/img]


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  • #2
    pretty goo read. I for one NEVER drive even after one beer. (leanred my lesson many years ago after getting 2 DUI's before i turned 20), lost my license 6 times before i was 20. Haven't had a ticket since i was 20 for anything and I am about to turn 38. 18 years is a good record i guess...


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    • #3
      I've got a DUI. It was the most expensive mistake of my life.

      But it wasn't my fault. I just happened to be out driving on Labor Day weekend two years ago. Cop didn't like me. I blew a 0.08. But I felt sober as a pregnant female.

      pancake that 0.08 crap. Its bullcrap.

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      • #4
        Allen what is your insurance like????

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