Friday, March 10, 2017

KANSAS CITY ST. PATRICK'S DAY CHECKPOINT CRACKDOWN COMING SOON!!!



Police are putting Kansas City on notice about their drunken patrols amid a week of partying for true devotees of the best All-American drinking holiday . . .

Take a look:

KCTV5: Kansas City police announce DUI checkpoints for St. Patrick's Day weekend

Sadly, true drunken revelers probably won't remember this warning but tis a good sign of local po-po protection and maybe an indication that KCMO can avoid the annual violent teen flash mob mini-riot during the parade that has been a tradition for the past 10 years.

Developing . . .

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The city is rascist. Go fuck with Cinco De Mayo

Anonymous said...

Yeah, sure sucks to get hard lessons from DUI charges, bonds with court fees, lining lawyers' pockets, missing work or losing , fees for diversion classes, hiked insurance premiums, and EMBARRASSING yourself!

Sucks more for involuntary manslaughter charges, or worse.

For the gazillioth time---
DON'T DRINK AND...ah, nevermind Doofus, ya gonna do it anyway.

Anonymous said...

^^^ missing work or losing your job

Anonymous said...

The bitch of it is you fucktards with cell phones are killing more people with cars than the drunks and you get no penalty for that kiddie bullshit at all.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ +1

Anonymous said...

Watch for Kanas City Atheist Coalition...they will be there with signs to hassle the celebrants.

KCAC bigots is a better name for em.

Kiss my ass Josh!

Anonymous said...

And now for a dose of reality, 12:06.

Last year, 10,625 people died in crashes in which at least one driver had a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or more.

3,154 people died in accidents involving cell phone use. Waaay too many, and it is a problem increasing with apps for social media.

But no, people on cell phones aren't killing more people with cars than drunks. By a factor of more than 3 to 1.

Anonymous said...

Won't be NO Irish doing any drinking. At least the statistics will say that. No Irish will go to jail.

Anonymous said...

Now for a second dose of reality, 4:56. There are ALOT of drivers using cell phones that never get caught or charged. That skews the validity of the official stats.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but in a fatal accident, it is pretty easy to check the last time the cell phone was used. And the 10,000+ figure only counts the accidents in which the driver was AT or OVER the legal blood alcohol limit. It does not include the fatalities in which a driver was alcohol buzzed and impaired, but legal.

But hey, we are living in the post-truth era. Objective facts don't matter at all, so lets pretend there are at least THREE TIMES the fatalities than the data records. By golly, that will make us "right" won't it, no matter how far we have to stretch credulity.

You're "right" because you "believe" you're "right." Besides, you read it somewhere on the Internet.

Look, I provided you with data. You provided me with your "opinion" and "feelings" based on absolutely nothing.

But that's the way it works these days, isn't it?


Anonymous said...

+1 6:52. You can't reason with these idiots. They just have to have an opinion about everything and when you hit em' between the eyes with facts, they just scream "fake news"