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    Just had my first dwi checkpoint *****essssss

    Passed but goddamn that was stressfull. I feel like a junky on coke right now, not falling asleep tonight

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    So you were drinking and driving?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big L View Post
    So you were drinking and driving?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big L View Post
    So you were drinking and driving?

    Had two drinks at dinner 4 hours b4 the mandatory checkpoint, so clearly I was completely sober.

    I was honest with them and told them that. Because of that they made me do a field sobriety test. I obviously passed, but it still was one of the most nerve racking experiences of my life.

    32, I appreciate what you guys do overall, but damn I hate you guys sometimes.

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    Shoulda refused the test and told those fascist nazis where to shove it.


    AMIRITE?



    (Srsly...you told them you had been drinking?????)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    Shoulda refused the test and told those fascist nazis where to shove it.


    AMIRITE?



    (Srsly...you told them you had been drinking?????)
    I would never defy an officer like that, even if that what I was thinking.

    Yeah I know, it could be looked at as a bad move I told them I was drinking. But 2 drinks 4 hours ago isnt a big deal, so I just wanted to be honest. I had nothing to hide. Looking back though, If I told them I hadn't I do think they would have just let me go...idk though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    Shoulda refused the test and told those fascist nazis where to shove it.


    AMIRITE?



    (Srsly...you told them you had been drinking?????)
    It was only beer and he really is a good guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKasper01 View Post
    It was only beer and he really is a good guy
    LOLz.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Had two drinks at dinner 4 hours b4 the mandatory checkpoint, so clearly I was completely sober.

    I was honest with them and told them that. Because of that they made me do a field sobriety test. I obviously passed, but it still was one of the most nerve racking experiences of my life.

    32, I appreciate what you guys do overall, but damn I hate you guys sometimes.
    It's the ones who deny drinking at all who rouse suspicion. Honesty is the best policy (unless, of course, you're s-faced).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Looking back though, If I told them I hadn't I do think they would have just let me go...idk though.
    Definitely. If you told them you had a drink last week, they'd breathalyze you. Generally a good rule of thumb with the fuzz- never give them or admit to anything. While I do respect and appreciate the work the good ones do,
    they most certainly aren't on your side.
    To them, you're part of their quota.

    (Not defending drinking and driving by any means here btw)

    Edit: I shoulda emphasized on the "generally" part
    Last edited by Guy Incognito; 10-27-2012 at 10:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Incognito View Post
    Definitely. If you told them you had a drink last week, they'd breathalyze you. Generally a good rule of thumb with the fuzz- never give them or admit to anything. While I do respect and appreciate the work the good ones do,
    they most certainly aren't on your side.
    To them, you're part of their quota.

    (Not defending drinking and driving by any means here btw)
    I'm gonna disagree with this, and then bail on this thread. :grouphug:

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    My feelings are well known on this subject.

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    word on the street is that the mod checkpoint is much tougher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Had two drinks at dinner 4 hours b4 the mandatory checkpoint, so clearly I was completely sober.

    I was honest with them and told them that. Because of that they made me do a field sobriety test. I obviously passed, but it still was one of the most nerve racking experiences of my life.

    32, I appreciate what you guys do overall, but damn I hate you guys sometimes.
    So you're saying you hate the police in hushed tones really. I refuse to answer any of their questions when I'm sober. I'm always sober now. I have fun at checkpoints they ask if I been drinking tonight. I ignore the question and go into detailed analysis of liver damage due to years of alcohol total abuse. I get the dumb frown and the all clear disgusted hand wave to drive off.

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    so they didn't check the trunk? Nevermind..silly me...you didn't get arreseted, duh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Incognito View Post
    Generally a good rule of thumb with the fuzz- never give them or admit to anything.
    never do their job for them

    how fast were you going?

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    you just did their job for them

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    In the future, don't say you were drinking. Even if you had one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    I would never defy an officer like that, even if that what I was thinking.

    Yeah I know, it could be looked at as a bad move I told them I was drinking. But 2 drinks 4 hours ago isnt a big deal, so I just wanted to be honest. I had nothing to hide. Looking back though, If I told them I hadn't I do think they would have just let me go...idk though.

    I bet you look so tasty and you don't even know it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    My feelings are well known on this subject.
    I have no idea what your feelings on this subject are.

    Who do you think you are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    I would never defy an officer like that, even if that what I was thinking.
    lol, you're such a puss.

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