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12-15-2006 01:44 AM
marko138



12-14-2006 01:08 PM
99birdv6
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Originally Posted by bumblebee View Post
did someone say... ?
12-14-2006 01:06 PM
bumblebee did someone say... ?
12-14-2006 11:56 AM
Gas Man This thread could get bigger than the thread if we reported everything that people do that is beyond stupid. People are morons and its just getting worse!



12-14-2006 08:57 AM
bumblebee
12-14-2006 03:31 AM
marko138



12-12-2006 03:16 PM
byron12
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Originally Posted by Low View Post
Well If you need to find a "Speed Rehab" well then tell him you signed up here....Texas Speed Rehab They have an excellent rehab course... with as many return trips as you think you need....
hell yeah that is my kind of speed rehab. that one guy went 230 on his gsx-r 1000
12-12-2006 03:02 PM
smileyman Awesome link Low! Reps to you!
12-12-2006 12:57 PM
Low
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Originally Posted by smileyman View Post
If speed is an addiction can't we get help? Next time I get a ticket I will tell the judge just like all the celebrities and politicians do "I have a problem and I am ready to get help", check my self into speed anonymous rehab and get off with a stern warning!
Well If you need to find a "Speed Rehab" well then tell him you signed up here....Texas Speed Rehab They have an excellent rehab course... with as many return trips as you think you need....
12-12-2006 11:12 AM
bumblebee And be sure to let us know how that works out for ya'...
12-12-2006 11:11 AM
smileyman If speed is an addiction can't we get help? Next time I get a ticket I will tell the judge just like all the celebrities and politicians do "I have a problem and I am ready to get help", check my self into speed anonymous rehab and get off with a stern warning!
12-12-2006 11:06 AM
bumblebee Or this one...

Man Who Crashed Into Building Had 4 Prior DUI Convictions


TheOmahaChannel.com
4:56 p.m. CST December 4, 2006
OMAHA, Neb. - A man who police said drove into a building near 77th and Cass streets this weekend has four previous drunken driving convictions, records show. Robert Oberhauser, 61, was found inside his truck on Saturday, which had crashed into the CitiFinancial Building, police said. He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and driving under a suspended license.

Oberhauser has four previous DUIs and has one year of probation left, records showed. Nebraska's new DUI law makes a multiple offender or a blood-alcohol level higher than 0.15 percent a felony charge, so if convicted, Oberhauser could face one to 50 years in prison. State Sen. Lowen Kruse helped write the law.

"We do know (Oberhauser is) in deep trouble. A year ago he wouldn't have been," Kruse said.

Kruse said the public isn't doing its part in supporting the Legislature and local law enforcement agencies.

"The public still wants to excuse it, but there's really no excuse for driving under suspension," Kruse said.

Kruse and his wife, Ruth, almost lost their son after he was hit by a drunken driver 16 years ago.

"He's paralyzed from the chest down," Ruth Kruse said.

Despite passing the new law last year, the Kruses said there's still more work to be done. City prosecutor Marty Conboy said law enforcement is doing its job, but more needs to be done.

"It really takes a societal change -- people in their lives, and their families, make it imperative that you just don't drink and drive," Conboy said.

Just last week, the state highway safety administrator announced an anti-DUI program to cut down on drinking and driving incidents during the holidays.
12-12-2006 11:03 AM
bumblebee How about this one?


North Dakota man has three DUI arrests in six days

Updated: 6:42 p.m. ET Nov 24, 2006
FARGO, N.D. - A West Fargo man arrested for drunken driving three times in less than a week faces several charges, including one felony.

Kenny Thomas, 45, was picked up in Fargo on Wednesday, Nov. 18 and Nov. 16. One of the incidents involved a hit-and-run accident, police said.

Thomas is charged with felony driving under the influence, open container of alcohol in a vehicle, driving under suspension and leaving the scene of an accident, Sgt. Jeff Skuza said.
12-12-2006 10:38 AM
neebelung
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Originally Posted by Low View Post
Comments like those make me want to go smack his momma.... did you not have a condom....
Nice!!!
12-12-2006 10:37 AM
Low
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"I'm addicted to speed," said Richards, while in police custody. "If I make it to fifty, it'll be awesome."
Comments like those make me want to go smack his momma.... did you not have a condom....
12-12-2006 09:22 AM
neebelung
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Originally Posted by Trip View Post
Now this is a deserving candidate for the darwin awards.

http://www.comcast.net/news/strange/...h=itn_911drugs


Something tells me he was smiling in his mugshot, too (and had a bad case of the munchies!)
12-12-2006 09:21 AM
Trip Now this is a deserving candidate for the darwin awards.

http://www.comcast.net/news/strange/...h=itn_911drugs

Quote:
Man Calls 911 to Report Stolen Drugs
By Associated Press
Mon Dec 11, 11:43 PM

WICHITA, Kan. - A Wichita man called 911 to report he was the victim of an armed robbery. The theft? A pound of marijuana worth about $1,100 that he had been trying to sell at his home.

The victim told police Thursday that a buyer had pulled out a sawed-off shotgun and stole the drugs.

Police brought in a drug-sniffing dog to the house and located more marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

The victim was booked into Sedgwick County jail on several charges, including possession with the intent to sell drug.

The thief has not been found.
12-12-2006 08:56 AM
Rae :BAHA: that is just funny!
12-12-2006 08:52 AM
Phenix_Rider
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Originally Posted by bumblebee View Post
Back in 1976, I got caught driving my 1970 hemi challenger 135 in a 35...When I went before the judge the next morning, he asked me what reason on earth would there be for me to be going that fast? I told him, "I just wanted to see what it would do..."
He told me, "Well, you won't have to worry about that for a while."
I rode a bicycle for the next 9 months and was $5500.00 poorer...
To put that fine in perspective...my 1977 corvette I bought new was only $10,200.00
Should have told him the 1 was missing from your speedo- so you thought you were doing 35. At least the judge would have had a good laugh.
12-12-2006 08:22 AM
neebelung (some folks on our local board know him as it turns out... general consensus is "Super nice, but crazy." Guess that about sums it up. )
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