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As long as no one else is on the road, he is not endangering anyone.But, that is never the case
Originally posted by LongSeptember
reply to post by schuyler
At least the first officer was nice enough to let the guy walk an ACTUAL LINE. Every roadside I've ever had to take involved lines that were very much imaginary. Another roadside was on an uneven surface.
Roadside tests are DESIGNED to be too difficult even for a sober person to pass perfectly. Every piggy I ever confronted about this just said "No they aren't...." and looks away, something like "O noes, he figuredz it outss!!!11"
They aren't the only ones who can see the "tells" when someone tries to BS.
Originally posted by schuyler
I see. So they are designed to make you fall onto your head, bump into doors, and fall on the floor, bash your head into the wall, pee on the cop, etc. So a normal sober person should be expected to show the same behavior since this design of the tests promotes it.
Originally posted by Ghost374
reply to post by mnemeth1
While I agree with your post, you have to understand that people have been "brainwashed" into thinking Driving while intoxicated is the most evil thing you can do, equally as bad as murder, even if you drive perfectly fine while drunk. The propaganda against DUIs are insane, even though if you think about it logically the government has no right to arrest you for a DUI. Too bad propaganda is done through emotion, and twisting of facts..That's why people will respond so emotionally whenever anyone says our DUI laws are unjust.