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  1. #16
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    Re: Behind the Wheel - Teen Drinking & Driving

    Quote Originally Posted by thedjjack View Post
    Road block what are those??? Been years since I have been through one and I drive 100,000km a year.

    When I went to school in PG everyone drove home from the bar since there was never any road blocks and it was hard to get a cab.....

    Rather see road blocks then radar, maybe drinking and driving does not bring in the same amount of money (+ takes time to arrest people, then hand out revenue creating tickets and letting the driver drive off to speed again)

    Theres often road blocks in prince, and cabs are easy to get :/
    its time to nut up or shut up

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    Re: Behind the Wheel - Teen Drinking & Driving

    The terrorists over here in Abbotsford stold my license a couple months ago. I was walking near my buddy's place and took out my phone to take some pictures of cops questioning someone. The cops watched my walking into my buddy's condo, after telling me i should'nt be doing that in a threating way. They waited 4 hours until i left the condo to go sleep in my truck as the couches were all full up. After 30 minutes of sitting in my truck sleeping, one of the scum bags walks up to my truck and shines a light on it wearing no uniform, It would of been easy to mistake him as someone looking for trouble as it was 4 in the mourning and in a ruff part of town. So they cuff me, rip the whole truck apart, don't find anything, have the truck towed and i lose my license and job. Makes it tempting to throw a rock through the windshield of every empty cop car i see... Be careful out there.
    Last edited by Micahke; April 4th, 2012 at 01:29 am.
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    Re: Behind the Wheel - Teen Drinking & Driving

    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    Teen Drinking and Driving

    I spoke to a woman this week who was upset at the way the police had handled the clearing of an out of control party at a residence. The officer had advised all the teens that they must leave immediately and would not listen to reasons for doing anything other than that. She was upset because this forced the teens to drive away from the party while impaired.

    I will not discuss his behaviour, but that of those who placed him in this position.

    The last time I checked, the legal drinking age in British Columbia was 19. Had the law been followed, the majority of the teens at the party would not have been in this situation to start with.

    The Graduated Licensing Program requires that its participants have no alcohol in their blood at the time of driving. Why would a teen in the GLP choose to go to a party and consume alcohol knowing that they were going to drive away from it at some time during the evening? And if your the one who messaged me, I was fully within my rights to take a picture, what do you got to hide?

    The officer did not force the teens to get into their cars and drive. The majority of them had two good legs, and assuming that they were parked legally, could easily have walked home and returned to pick up their vehicles the next day. They could also have used their cell phones to call for rides.

    Full blame must not be placed on the teens. After all, they recieved permission to use the vehicles involved from their parents. I dare say that there is a duty of care placed on the parents whenever they hand over the car keys or sponsor the ownership of a vehicle.

    Common sense and courtesy toward the neighbours by the party goers would also have meant that the police would not have known about the gathering in the first place.
    No shit people are concerned, even after being set up by your apd buddies, I had to pay $100 dollars for the right to defend myself, which they refused to see the reason in, you guys are straight up criminals. If your the one that messaged me, I was fully within my rights to take a pic, what do you have to hide?

    End the police state! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7FJ4AvdTXw
    Last edited by Micahke; April 4th, 2012 at 12:19 am.
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    Re: Behind the Wheel - Teen Drinking & Driving

    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark
    Common sense and courtesy toward the neighbours by the party goers would also have meant that the police would not have known about the gathering in the first place.
    this
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmax
    hmmm. i ment to say its awsome
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