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Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: watching you ()
Date: December 31, 2006 08:18PM

Tonight we will have 46 volunteers watching your favorite restaurants,bars and clubs .The cell phones have been charged and we will be ready to follow any driver appearing intoxicated till the police get there to stop you.The average cost of a DWI is over $6,000, the average cost of a cab is maybe $25.00 Your choice and your consequences. Happy New Year
yellow cab number 703-534-1111

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: never been caught ()
Date: December 31, 2006 08:56PM

Your easy to spot your the weird looking homo phbes or uptight bull dyke type drinking 7 UP.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: WashingToneLocian ()
Date: December 31, 2006 09:48PM

watching you Wrote:
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> Tonight we will have 46 volunteers watching your
> favorite restaurants,bars and clubs .The cell
> phones have been charged and we will be ready to
> follow any driver appearing intoxicated till the
> police get there to stop you.The average cost of a
> DWI is over $6,000, the average cost of a cab is
> maybe $25.00 Your choice and your consequences.
> Happy New Year
> yellow cab number 703-534-1111


What's the cost of "accidentally" shooting a nosey do-gooder who we mistake for a stalker?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: dirtyharry ()
Date: December 31, 2006 10:06PM

Save your bullets for when they start sneaking into homes to monitor & prevent kinky sex by installing pin hole cameras.I'm sure that is on their TO DO LIST.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: WashingToneLocian ()
Date: December 31, 2006 10:25PM

This is ridiculous. How many police resources are going to be wasted tonight by you people calling in folks you suspect of being drunk who turn out not to be? Maybe you should be more concerned about where your teens will be tonight instead of what Gravis is doing at the bar. In the meantime, leave law enforcement to the professionals.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: December 31, 2006 10:32PM

hmm... i too would be wondering what i would be doing at a bar tonight.


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: dirty harry ()
Date: December 31, 2006 11:12PM

I bet that out of 47 volunteers, 46 are at the movies right now watching Charlotte's web and 1 is at home getting drunk and posting here.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: TrickiL ()
Date: January 01, 2007 12:00AM

Yeah, you pretend patrol people could do more good at Bunnyman Bridge. Kids hang out drinking there all the time. Thenn they get on those windy roads to drive back home.

Trickie

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Drunken Driver ()
Date: January 01, 2007 01:25AM

Hey, watching you, I'm shitfaced and getting ready to hit the old road. Hope to see you out there. Better hope you can dodge a speeding mustang, asshole, cause I'm aiming the hood ornament squarely at your ass. ;-)

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: ferfux ()
Date: January 01, 2007 07:50AM

you are gonna do WHAT????

what is this Saddam hussien's Iraq or Hitler's Germany? Since when does informing on your fellow citizens become a good thing? Leave the Law enforcement to the Pro's you Fascist!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Radiophile ()
Date: January 01, 2007 09:56AM

WashingToneLocian Wrote:
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Maybe you should be more concerned
> about where your teens will be tonight instead of
> what Gravis is doing at the bar. In the meantime,
> leave law enforcement to the professionals.


Or what Gravis is doing with your teens at a bar....

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: KeepOnTruckin ()
Date: January 01, 2007 01:57PM

Cops ought to arrest people who call in like this. If you see some people robbing a bank while you are out, sure call that in, but don't follow people around to try and arrest them. How do you feel being a snitch?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: stinkypoon ()
Date: January 01, 2007 03:24PM

Your little Gestapo doesn't scare anyone. If you want to follow people around all night, you'll get an ass-whooping, maybe worse. Phoning in to the cops doesn't do shit. I was at a bar once and a few people were WAY out of control so I called the cops. Something I would never do but this crowd was exceptional. The lady was like "so what do you want us to do about it?" I said "nothing, now I know I can go crazy." WatchingYou, I hope you and your Nazi brothers get a beat down because you are all alone.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Drunky ()
Date: January 01, 2007 05:46PM

Citizen's DWI patrol? Is this the same group that had 3 members busted for kiddy porn about a year ago?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Lurker ()
Date: January 01, 2007 05:53PM

While DCP was out driving around distracting police and causing problems, I was at a party drinking beers and doing shots off hot half naked horny women.

God I love drinking on News Years Eve!

Happy New Years everyone, I hope you all had fun a time at the New Years parties and bars!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Firat ()
Date: January 01, 2007 06:31PM

What will the officer pull you over for? Someone called and said you were drunk?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: 495 ()
Date: January 01, 2007 09:05PM

Last night, me and 5 friends tailed some faggoty DWI citizen patrollers. When we found an area of relative darkness and cover, we proceeded to beat the shit out of them, and used their cell phones as anal probes. After the beat down we drank a few beers on the hood of their car, and ended the night by calling the cops gicning their liscence plate number as a potential drunk driver.
Happy new yr fuckers

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: ... ()
Date: January 02, 2007 10:02AM

Just about anything. Failure to use turn signals is often a good one. How often do you see on Cops where the officer says, "This guy has a light out so we're gonna pull him over and see what's up?"

Chances are pretty good that the officer has another reason for pulling that driver over.

Firat Wrote:
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> What will the officer pull you over for? Someone
> called and said you were drunk?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Gram ()
Date: January 02, 2007 12:00PM

I wonder if the insurance companies of the citizen's patrol know they are using their vehicles for "patrols." I'll bet their insurance companies would drop their insurance polices so quick!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Firrat ()
Date: January 02, 2007 12:16PM

You guys only call on people that are piss drunk though right? Not people who might be a little over the limit but still fine....

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Adam ()
Date: January 03, 2007 09:41AM

Fairfax County Police Officers from the McLean District Station conducted a sobriety checkpoint to deter and apprehend intoxicated drivers on Friday, December 29 from 11 p.m. until 2 a.m. Saturday. All motorists were stopped and drivers were checked to assure that their abilities to drive had not been impaired by alcohol or drugs. Approximately 682 motorists were stopped in the westbound lanes of Leesburg Pike at Watson Street. One person was charged with driving while intoxicated and three people were cited for driving without a license. Four auxiliary police officers assisted with the DWI checkpoint.




Ohhhh That was SUPPOSE to be a DUI Checkpoint.

It was actually a license checkpoint..

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Adam ()
Date: January 03, 2007 09:57AM

How can the police stop you at a DUI Checkpoint and then charge you with another crime. That seems a little shady to me.

And if they can Legaly do that

Why is it called a DUI checkpoint, Why not just “Checkpoint for all things bad” because that’s what it is in Fairfax County.


OHHH thats right they call it DUI checkpoint to get around the constitution. Glad to know our law enformant is hard at work distory american freedoms!

Hear you go America you are free to do as we tell you, You are free to do as we tell you

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Fairfax MF---er ()
Date: January 03, 2007 10:34AM

Three hours of a checkpoint to catch one DUI? That's why these things don't work. When a police action results in harrassing 678 law abiding citizens to catch four people, it is the definition of an abuse of power.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: January 03, 2007 10:50AM

Fairfax MF---er Wrote:
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> Three hours of a checkpoint to catch one DUI?
> That's why these things don't work. When a police
> action results in harrassing 678 law abiding
> citizens to catch four people, it is the
> definition of an abuse of power.


they abuse the power to try to save face for, oh... i dunno, killing unarmed citizens. the results dont matter, so long as nutso MADD members and the Citizen's DWI Patrol get what they want. i agree it's bullshit and a total waste of resources.


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: ferfux ()
Date: January 03, 2007 01:03PM

That's it I'm placing everyone on this Website under CITIZENS ARREST! You have the right to remain retarded, anything retarded you say can and will result in you being beaten and thrown in the Potomac. If you dont understand these rights that fine, cuz you are retarded.

Thank you very hard.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: SRE ()
Date: January 03, 2007 01:13PM

Gravis Wrote:
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> the results dont matter, so long as nutso MADD members
> and the Citizen's DWI Patrol get what they want.
> i agree it's bullshit and a total waste of resources.

MADD must be very proud...

Patrick Lee Dawson:
12/10/06 - DWI 1st
12/10/06 - Poss Marijuana
12/13/06 - DWI 2nd
12/13/06 - Drive w/Rev Listed 18.2-272
12/13/06 - Poss Marijuana
12/13/06 - Oper On Susp Lic (DWI)

This kid's mom (the President of NOVA MADD) must have had a wonderful holiday season! [Not all records show up on the Arrest/Ticket Search, check the FX GD Court site for additional charges!]

Can anyone beat 2 DWIs (both with Poss charges) in 4 days?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: January 03, 2007 01:21PM

pwned if true... how do you know that's her kid?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Radiophile ()
Date: January 03, 2007 02:17PM

We are Americans. Many of us voted for GWB - an act the rest of the world considered "retarted". But we are Americans and that gives us the right.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: MADD ()
Date: January 03, 2007 03:36PM

Patrick Lee Dawson

12/24/04 - Fail Obey Hwy Sign
05/24/05 - Fail Keep proper Control
07/05/04 - No Drivers License
07/05/04 - Drive W/O Lights
09/23/04 - Reckl/Speed over 80 MPH
12/10/06 - DWI 1st
12/10/06 - Poss Marijuana
12/13/06 - DWI 2nd
12/13/06 - Drive w/Rev Listed 18.2-272
12/13/06 - Poss Marijuana
12/13/06 - Oper On Susp Lic (DWI)

HAHA

MADD
Laura Dawson - President & S/O Rep - ASAP Rep - Victim Advocate


I don't know if they are related but that guy shouldn't be driving anymore

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: SRE ()
Date: January 03, 2007 04:13PM

pgens Wrote:
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> pwned if true... how do you know that's her kid?

http://www.maddnova.org/newsletter/may05/ scroll down to the section "welcome Laura Dawson"... (or whatever it is!)

http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-590733.html (weird archive site) WashPost article about Matthew Dawson... ( http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonpost/access/42028716.html?dids=42028716:42028716&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&fmac=&date=Jun+1%2C+1999&author=Alice+Reid&desc=Teenager+Dies%2C+3+Others+Injured+In+Fairfax+Crash - better archive)

Check the address info... (Gumwood or Gunwood close enough for the Post)

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Adam ()
Date: January 03, 2007 04:18PM

Looks like there is also a Gunwood

3996","GUNWOOD ","CT","CHANTILLY ","VA","02/23/2006","FAIL TO REPORT OL CHG/ADDRESS-DMV "

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: CO ()
Date: January 04, 2007 09:54AM

watching you Wrote:
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> yellow cab number 703-534-1111
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Have you ever tried calling this piece of yellow shit called yellow cab? These pieces of shit are never on time.

'Oh yes, we will be there in the next 15 minutes'. After about an hour call them again and they forward your call to the dispatcher. The mofo then says 'you were posted as a no show'. I am like, bastard, I am standing right outside waiting for the yellow piece of shit. Why would I be a 'no show' when the only way for me to get to be destination is via a cab?

Yellow fuckin cab!



And watching you fuck, this is US, not taliban controlled Afghanistan. People like you should be air dropped to fundamentalist countries. Bastards.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: January 04, 2007 10:17AM

CO Wrote:
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> And watching you fuck, this is US, not taliban
> controlled Afghanistan. People like you should be
> air dropped to fundamentalist countries. Bastards.


lol! i agree.


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Lurker ()
Date: January 04, 2007 10:30AM

I've used yellow cab in FFX around last call about 50 times and only had a problem once. And yes, that one time did really suck!!! I didn't have my cell phone, 10 degrees and the bar got locked up. Luckily I was able to flag down a new cab.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Lawman ()
Date: January 04, 2007 01:46PM

Who come if you do an arrest search now on Patrick Dawson the DWI's are now missing????

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: January 04, 2007 05:49PM

Lawman Wrote:
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> Who come if you do an arrest search now on Patrick
> Dawson the DWI's are now missing????

Who come there is a problem? They weren't on the arrest search... please re-read SRE's post for further evidence, Lawman.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: TheMeeper ()
Date: January 04, 2007 06:20PM

Yellow fuckin cab!

Ha, that happened to me just last Thursday around midnight! I was super-drunk and decided to take a Yellow Cab home, it's the only cab company I have stored on my cell phone. Fuckers told me 10 minutes, and when I called them back after 20 minutes, they told me it would be 5 to 10 more minutes. And then after about another 20 minutes of waiting, I luckily saw a friend of mine who offered to drive me home.

That shit is unacceptable, I didn't even bother to call them back and cancel.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/04/2007 06:22PM by TheMeeper.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Tim45 ()
Date: January 04, 2007 09:14PM

Maybe the drivers are on a slow down strike after hussein was hung a few days ago.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: TheMeeper ()
Date: January 04, 2007 10:39PM

Maybe the drivers are on a slow down strike after hussein was hung a few days ago.
Attachments:
FFXCitizens.jpg

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: MADD Mother ()
Date: December 12, 2007 06:13PM

SRE Wrote:
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> Gravis Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > the results dont matter, so long as nutso MADD
> members
> > and the Citizen's DWI Patrol get what they want.
>
> > i agree it's bullshit and a total waste of
> resources.
>
> MADD must be very proud...
>
> Patrick Lee Dawson:
> 12/10/06 - DWI 1st
> 12/10/06 - Poss Marijuana
> 12/13/06 - DWI 2nd
> 12/13/06 - Drive w/Rev Listed 18.2-272
> 12/13/06 - Poss Marijuana
> 12/13/06 - Oper On Susp Lic (DWI)
>
> This kid's mom (the President of NOVA MADD) must
> have had a wonderful holiday season!
>
> Can anyone beat 2 DWIs (both with Poss charges) in
> 4 days?

Did this guy get convicted? I can't find the trial?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Margie ()
Date: December 12, 2007 07:00PM

WOW..that is sad..I really feel bad for the kid..I wonder if this is how he is dealing with losing his brother? (I know one of the girls that was in the car)...I could only imagine what his family must be going thru. I really hope this guy gets the help he needs..it's never to late to turn your life around.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: ffxn8v ()
Date: December 12, 2007 08:44PM

this is the funniest sh1& I have seen all month long - oldie-but-goodie!



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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jeff crane ()
Date: December 13, 2007 06:46AM

I thought this weird little group of Nazi bastards was just a urban legend. Apparently not. A few months ago I was in Blue Ridge arsenal and a guy that works there was discussing the group with a couple of Fairfax county officers. This guy that lives in Phoenix ,AZ started it after his niece was killed by a drunk driver. His buddy from the service started the Northern, Va. chapter and apparently lives in Centreville. They now supposedly have over 80 part time volunteers driving around Va & MD (I find that hard to believe, lots of strange folks).

If they really go to late night eating & drinking establishments and look for drunk drivers, anyone is a target. With Virginia's ridiculous .o8 we could all be convicted. WTF is wrong with a few beers, I mean .08 ?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: RESton Peace ()
Date: December 13, 2007 08:56AM

There used to be this thing called "probable cause", did it go away? If not, how does this unsanctioned, non-deputized bunch of creeps establish this cause to the police so as to have a person even pulled over?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jake529 ()
Date: December 13, 2007 09:03AM

Sad thing is the jackass only had to serve 10 days in jail for all of these charges. Should have been a lot more time in my opinion. See convictions below to the right of charge!

> > MADD must be very proud...
> >
> > Patrick Lee Dawson:
> > 12/10/06 - DWI 1st --------------> Guilty
> > 12/10/06 - Poss Marijuana -------------->Guilty
> > 12/13/06 - DWI 2nd --------------> Guilty
> > 12/13/06 - Drive w/Rev Listed 18.2-272 --------------> Guilty
> > 12/13/06 - Poss Marijuana -------------->Nolle Prosequi
> > 12/13/06 - Oper On Susp Lic (DWI) -------------->

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Numbers ()
Date: December 13, 2007 10:01AM

I'm curious what criteria these assholes use to determine whether someone is drunk enough to be followed.
What's more dangerous, someone that had a few drinks, or some asshole trying to follow behind him in a car while talking on a cell phone?
These are the type of idiots that mount video cameras on their dashboards.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: dirtyharry ()
Date: December 13, 2007 12:19PM

The police could just respond and follow the reported driver. They would still have to establish probable cause for the traffic stop. That's not hard, "you were weaving a bit sir, how much have you had to drink tonight ?" Once they get the call if there is a unit close by you will get stopped. Especially if some police academy reject is following with with updates: "we are crossing route 50 and turning onto Penderbrook drive. He is in a blue pick up truck with tag # abc 1987. Thank you maam, there are two officers behind him now with their safety lights activated. Goodnight and thank you."

Personally I find the whole idea of citizens doing this a bit oppressive. Reminds me of the tattle tales in 1st grade. With our .o8 and civil fees, Virginia doesn't need these wackos. How many DWI arrested people were a real treat anyway ?

Let's face it .08 is a joke one beer for some people (really thin people).

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: DDAM ()
Date: December 13, 2007 02:36PM

jeff crane Wrote:
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> I thought this weird little group of Nazi bastards
> was just a urban legend. Apparently not. A few
> months ago I was in Blue Ridge arsenal and a guy
> that works there was discussing the group with a
> couple of Fairfax county officers. This guy that
> lives in Phoenix ,AZ started it after his niece
> was killed by a drunk driver. His buddy from the
> service started the Northern, Va. chapter and
> apparently lives in Centreville. They now
> supposedly have over 80 part time volunteers
> driving around Va & MD (I find that hard to
> believe, lots of strange folks).
>
> If they really go to late night eating & drinking
> establishments and look for drunk drivers, anyone
> is a target. With Virginia's ridiculous .o8 we
> could all be convicted. WTF is wrong with a few
> beers, I mean .08 ?

They always say they have a ton of members. Sorry, but I have to smile when I see these MADD leaders or big "No DWI" advocates get busted for DWI. There usually the worst BAL levels.

If half of these MADD mothers and DWI citizens patrols would control their own kids first that would take care of the majority of the DWI's on the road!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Mofo ()
Date: December 13, 2007 07:57PM

Yeah every state is now .08 due to Clinton in 2000 taking away federal highway funds for those states that didn't comply.

http://www.iihs.org/laws/dui.aspx

According to that link though VA has the shortest suspension time in the nation for first offense.



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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: watcher ()
Date: December 13, 2007 08:06PM

Nothing wrong with a few beers....until you get behind the wheel.

Many people believe they can drive without any problems with a few drinks in their system. The facts do not support this widely held belief. The risk of a driver being killed in a crash with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 is at least 11 times that of drivers without alcohol in their system. At .10 BAC, the risk is at least 29 times higher. More than 20 percent of alcohol-related traffic deaths involve BAC levels below .10 percent. In fact, some studies conclude that a blood alcohol level as low as .02 affects your ability to drive and increases the likelihood of an accident. The probability of a crash begins to increase significantly at a blood alcohol content of .05 percent and climbs rapidly above .08 percent.

And the majority of people with MADD have had their lives seriously affected by someone that made the choice to get behind the wheel drunk.



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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Mofo ()
Date: December 13, 2007 08:18PM

If it was legal I would never drink again and smoke weed, no hangover, no acting violent, no risk of overdose.

watcher Wrote:
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> Nothing wrong with a few beers....until you get
> behind the wheel.
>
> Many people believe they can drive without any
> problems with a few drinks in their system. The
> facts do not support this widely held belief. The
> risk of a driver being killed in a crash with a
> blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 is at least 11
> times that of drivers without alcohol in their
> system. At .10 BAC, the risk is at least 29 times
> higher. More than 20 percent of alcohol-related
> traffic deaths involve BAC levels below .10
> percent. In fact, some studies conclude that a
> blood alcohol level as low as .02 affects your
> ability to drive and increases the likelihood of
> an accident. The probability of a crash begins to
> increase significantly at a blood alcohol content
> of .05 percent and climbs rapidly above .08
> percent.
>
> And the majority of people with MADD have had
> their lives seriously affected by someone that
> made the choice to get behind the wheel drunk.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Starbucks ()
Date: December 13, 2007 11:01PM

Actually if you do the statistics you'll see that drunk or impaired drivers are actually safer drivers per hundred accidents. Of course that doesn't make for good media or what church ladies want you to know.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: watcher ()
Date: December 14, 2007 07:27AM

Starbucks, this is fascinating. Please cite your source so that we can be enlightened to this theory.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jose k ()
Date: December 14, 2007 01:08PM

peoples lifes are at steak. No one should be drinking even around small local roads. my friend die after the big pick up truck hit his small car. His wife now does 3 working jobs too take care of her 1 girl and 3 boys. It is sad

I pray to god this never happen to any people ever no matter how bad they are in life.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Starbucks ()
Date: December 14, 2007 01:25PM

Sppeding and failure to obey traffic signals it the number one cause of accidents. Not alcohol.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Starbucks ()
Date: December 14, 2007 02:07PM

Ok here are the statistics:

2006 there were 38,588 fatalies in the U.S. related to car crashes. Of those 15,945 were related to alcohol or drunk drivers.

So that means 60 percent of car fatality crashes were caused by sober drivers.

So who kills more people sober drivers or drunk drivers? Sober drivers kill more people every year!

http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Trends/TrendsAlcohol.aspx

The number one cause of teenage deaths is car crashes NOT related to alcohol, but speeding and reckless driving.

If this citizen patrol really wants to stop car crash deaths they should be reporting speeders!

We need to get these sober drivers off the road!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jimmy s ()
Date: December 14, 2007 04:11PM

How do we even know if this patrol is for real?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: bdimag ()
Date: December 14, 2007 04:13PM

Starbucks Wrote:
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> Ok here are the statistics:
>
> 2006 there were 38,588 fatalies in the U.S.
> related to car crashes. Of those 15,945 were
> related to alcohol or drunk drivers.
>
> So that means 60 percent of car fatality crashes
> were caused by sober drivers.
>
> So who kills more people sober drivers or drunk
> drivers? Sober drivers kill more people every
> year!
>
> http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Trends/TrendsAlcohol
> .aspx
>
> The number one cause of teenage deaths is car
> crashes NOT related to alcohol, but speeding and
> reckless driving.
>
> If this citizen patrol really wants to stop car
> crash deaths they should be reporting speeders!
>
> We need to get these sober drivers off the road!


uh, 60%, thats great... but it should be more like 100%...

theres not much we can do about stupid drivers that cause accidents.. theres alot you can do about drunk drivers though... isnt 22,643 alot better than 38,588? i think so..



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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: watcher ()
Date: December 14, 2007 08:44PM

Hey dumbass. Your statistics show that almost 16,000 people would be alive today if someone made the choice to NOT drink and drive.

Way to back up your argument.

"Speeding and failure to obey traffic signals it the number one cause of accidents."

This is the wrong board to be making that statement. So, the police should enforce the speed limit more often and more aggressively? But when they do, people post here ad nauseum about speed traps, and why aren't they catching bank robbers, quotas, etc......

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: 496 ()
Date: December 14, 2007 09:22PM

Starbucks, you are one dumb son of a bitch...

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: native ()
Date: December 14, 2007 10:55PM

I second on 496's comment. That GED is really paying of.....

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Otis Campbell ()
Date: December 14, 2007 11:15PM

Dont drink and drive. You might hit a bump and spill it. Join up with
Drunks Against Madd Mothers. Hiccccc!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: ?????????????? ()
Date: December 14, 2007 11:35PM

How many of the 16000 drunk drivers were killed by sober drivers?

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jimmy s ()
Date: December 15, 2007 07:29AM

Does anyone besides me doubt the existence of this group ? It seems like they would have a website to raise money. All that driving around is expensive at $3.00 a gallon. I did a search on the net and found a PO box in Scottsdale, AZ but nothing around here for a group in Fairfax. I wonder if it is BS Urban legend.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Nik ()
Date: December 16, 2007 11:42PM

jose k Wrote:
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> peoples lifes are at steak.

Peoples lifes are medium-rare and served with asparagus and mashed potatoes.

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WHERE'S THE BEEF

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: jose k ()
Date: December 17, 2007 01:01AM

Nik SUCKS dick: Fuck you, YOU ASSHOLE LICKING FAGGOT.
Get USE TO SPANISH PEOPLE WE OWN THIS COUNTRY NOW TO BIGGOT BASTRARD ASSHOLE LICKING FUCKER

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: haaaaaahahahah ()
Date: December 17, 2007 01:37AM

hey pedro this isnt your country bitch if you dont like it get THE FUCK OUT MOTHER FUCKER!

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: BITCH IS FEMALE, YOU IDIOT ()
Date: December 17, 2007 07:48AM

SO SICK OF HEARING PLEOPLE CALLING A GUY A BITCH. A BITCH CAN ONLY BE A FEMALE, YOU STUPID MORON. CALL A MAN, A BASTARD. GOT IT, YOU STUPID DICK.

UNLESS THE GUY IS GAY.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: bdimag ()
Date: December 17, 2007 10:04AM

?????????????? Wrote:
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> How many of the 16000 drunk drivers were killed by
> sober drivers?


16000 deaths in alcohol related accidents... which means alcohol was the cause.. if a sober driver caused the accident, then it isnt considered alcohol related... so the answer is 0..

although i can't say for a fact that in some cases they didnt bother to determine if alcohol was involved - because it may have been a simple accident that happens to sober people, and they didnt want to waste money figuring it out..

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Starbucks ()
Date: December 17, 2007 10:39AM

Alcohol maybe a FACTOR, but it is not the cause. The cause of traffic fatalities is failure to obey traffic laws.

As for the poster who said "40% of the fatalities related to alcohol could of been prevented"

So you're saying the other 60% of people killed by sober drivers were absolutely not preventable? They weren't driving wreck-less, speeding or failed to obey traffic laws?

100% of traffic accidents are preventable and sober drivers cause the majority of fatalities. Those are the facts as reported by the NHTSA.

I'm not advocating people drive drunk, I'm just stating the facts. You are more likely to killed by a sober driver than a drunk driver.

FYI: The best way to prove your point is to state facts, not name calling, but thanks for refreshing my memory of the third grade.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: COFFEE ACCIDENTS ()
Date: December 17, 2007 10:56AM

ACTUALLY, YOUR STATS ARE WRONG, RETARD.

DRINKING YUPPIE STUPID STARBUCKS COFFEE IS WHAT MAKES YOU RETARDS HAVE ACCIDENTS.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: bdimag ()
Date: December 17, 2007 12:36PM

Starbucks Wrote:
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> I'm not advocating people drive drunk, I'm just
> stating the facts. You are more likely to killed
> by a sober driver than a drunk driver.


if thats the point you were trying to make, then sure - i'll take it..

it sounded more like you were saying that, compared to sober accidents, the # of people killed by drunk driving wasnt that bad.... thats what i was disagreeing to..

and for the record - i wasnt saying sober accidents are unpreventable... i was saying stupid people are..

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Coffee accidents ()
Date: December 17, 2007 01:42PM

AND, I was saying that hyped up coffee drinkers cause most of the accidents.

I drive drunk all the time and nothing ever happens to me.

Also, I never pay attention to signs or lights. I just go when I want to and that's it. I always get where I'm going.

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Re: Citizen's DWI patrol
Posted by: Coffee Accidents ()
Date: December 17, 2007 02:54PM

Sometimes when I'm really tired, I switch the cruise control thingie on and grab a few winks. Haven't hit a person yet. But, those coffee drinkers scare the b'jesus out of me. They like to tailgate.

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