Type: Posts; User: AlexPKeaton
No. I believe the DoJ does that instead.
Honestly, I'm kind of hoping that he does miss the first 5-6 games of the season. Well maybe not hoping, but I also don't think it would be a terrible thing.
We need Gronk in January, not...
If this is the SOP, and the judge puts this clause in every divorce regardless of the sexuality of the people involved... ok. (well not really ok, but at least it's consistent)
If not, then BS.
Now there are reports that Gronk may also need back surgery to repair a disc (not the same one he had done in 2009) as well as arm surgery!
#1 Anthony Munoz vs #8 Roosevelt Brown
#2 Jim Parker vs #7 Walter Jones
#3 Forrest Gregg vs #6 Willie Roaf
#4 Jonathan Ogden vs #5 Art Shell
Then don't drive with .05.
(catchy new slogan)
Not only did the city never get those tax revenues, they lost money on the deal.
BUT... the accidents would not have occurred if not for the alcohol.
Alcohol + driving = death. Not always, but way more often than is acceptable.
Yep. Originally misdiagnosed as a simple cyst. It sat untreated for over a year. Removed in late 2009.
I was just watching a program on PBS, and they were broadcasting from a big empty lot in New London. 8 years ago, there was a neighborhood there. The city used eminent domain to force the residents...
I don't want to hijack my own thread, but 20 kids get killed with an AR15, 30 more in a movie theater in Colorado (apprx 50 total) and people want to ban all assault weapons/magazines/etc...
Which is why I favor both.
I believe (and I think CHF posted something to this effect) that the .05 will make people more aware of their status... and thus lead to fewer drunks on the road. I can't prove it though (and others...
19% is negligible???? In what universe. 19% is a huge change!
You state this as a fact, but it is your opinion.
Well, I'll always have to get CT's and MRI's to keep an eye out for recurrence, but 2 1/2 yrs post-op everything looks good so far.
Thanks for asking.
Lower the limits, and someone will likely be saved tomorrow.
Sadly this is not true for medical research.
Again, apples and oranges. (and btw, I am a cancer survivor who last lost a loved one...
It's 10,000 people who would be alive if the driver had not been drinking. And thousands more who were maimed but not killed.
Every one of these deaths can be directly linked to an individual who...
I've already acknowledged and corrected my mistake.
The flu is a disease... and we roll out vaccines every year to try to prevent as much as we can.
Suicides and murders are not accidents. ...
I was responding to another post that essentially said that everyone would be punished because a few people would be effected.
10,000 people are killed every year. I think that's worth...
Oops... make that 10,000.
Each year in the US, approximately 10,000 people are killed in alcohol related motor vehicle accidents.
But by your own admission, she's drunk at .06. She'd get off scot-free.
.05 will make more people more aware of their "status". It's worked elsewhere (see CHF's link) and there is no reason to...
Some people can drive 100 mph and never have an accident. That doesn't mean that there shouldn't be a speed limit.
There is plenty of science that shows impairment... Don't wait for someone to...
People are dying because other people are not being responsible about their actions.
That's what this is about.
If you want to drink- go right ahead. No one wants to stop that.
If you want to...
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