Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#23 Aug 16, 2013
Jim Atkins wrote:
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Hmmm..... What are all those white cars with a yellow sign on top that says TAXI? You are showing some real intelligence Mr Lahon.
And you are showing you dont spend much time in downtown Huntington.
Cyndi

Alexandria, VA

#24 Aug 16, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
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And you are showing you dont spend much time in downtown Huntington.
You are the most unknowing 12 year old, pimple faced little boy on this site. Geesh !!
nunya

Nashville, TN

#25 Aug 16, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
<quoted text>I never wrote that all cops are breaking the law when they make DUI arrests. I made no espousal to case-by-case anything. You seem eager to mangle my words for your benefit. Of course I can accuse those who misread simple text as being semi-illiterate ( your words) as easily as I can applaud the basic reading skills of those who properly interpreted my simple initial post.

Your solution suggestion :"If you don't drink and drive, you won't get arrested for DUI" is painfully unrealistic. If any establishment that serves alcohol relied ONLY on patrons who arrived by foot, then 99% of them would be out of business, as not all people live or work within walking distance of places that serve alcohol.
LOL And it's the public's fault that drunks don't live near bars and we should all bear the brunt of their crappy choices, and cops should give them a break because "Wahh they HAVE to drive drunk!"

Good god. Do you have any idea how stupid you sound? I'm guessing no since you just keep digging deeper and being dumber.
Hammie Downs

Glen Allen, VA

#26 Aug 16, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
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Yeah, they haven't figure out a way to make money off of that YET, probably because too many preppy white chix are getting tickets but their parents have pull.
It is not just money, but cops careers benefit from arresting citizens that are not dui. The cops lie on reports to meet quotas. They are not serving and protecting the public anymore.

We are near a police state where laws are so complicated and numerous that everyone is breaking a law at sometime.

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#27 Aug 16, 2013
nunya wrote:
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LOL And it's the public's fault that drunks don't live near bars and we should all bear the brunt of their crappy choices, and cops should give them a break because "Wahh they HAVE to drive drunk!"
Good god. Do you have any idea how stupid you sound? I'm guessing no since you just keep digging deeper and being dumber.
Ah, you still don't get it, well, I cant make stupid people smart, or in your case, knuckles dragging a smidgen less close to the ground. I guess the WV cliches are true....... find fun in ignorance and poverty in your life.

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#28 Aug 16, 2013
Cyndi wrote:
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You are the most unknowing 12 year old, pimple faced little boy on this site. Geesh !!
Why are you sticking up for that person? At least address the issue.
Mr Thomas

Chesapeake, OH

#29 Aug 17, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
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Why are you sticking up for that person? At least address the issue.
You have made yourself the issue, so, she did address it. Dumbazz!

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#30 Aug 17, 2013
Mr Thomas wrote:
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You have made yourself the issue, so, she did address it. Dumbazz!
Yeah, the issue is my age and skin condition ( facepalm) STFU loser
hmm

Delbarton, WV

#31 Aug 17, 2013
Take it off Topix and bring it up at a city council meeting then. I bet you draw more laughs than Dave Chappelle. The most funny part of the whole thing is that you are oblivious to how ridiculous you sound. Maybe you're TUI, typing under the influence. Luckily nobody stands the chance of dying because of it, and everybody but you gets to chuckle.
Sally

Alexandria, VA

#32 Aug 17, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
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Yeah, the issue is my age and skin condition ( facepalm) STFU loser
You are too ignorant to understand what anyone is saying.( facepalm ) STFU to you.
nunya

Nashville, TN

#33 Aug 18, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
<quoted text>Ah, you still don't get it, well, I cant make stupid people smart, or in your case, knuckles dragging a smidgen less close to the ground. I guess the WV cliches are true....... find fun in ignorance and poverty in your life.
....says the guy who thinks people have no choice but to drive drunk. Real MENSA member here.
nunya

Nashville, TN

#34 Aug 18, 2013
Hammie Downs wrote:
<quoted text>It is not just money, but cops careers benefit from arresting citizens that are not dui. The cops lie on reports to meet quotas. They are not serving and protecting the public anymore.

We are near a police state where laws are so complicated and numerous that everyone is breaking a law at sometime.
I know, abstaining from operating a vehicle while drunk is SO HARRRRD!!!!

“Often copied, never duplicated”

Level 8

Since: Nov 11

BelAir, CA

#35 Aug 18, 2013
nohalgerg wrote:
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Money. The local cops, especially Officer Koher, is in bed with local magistrates to scare 1st time offenders with lengthy jail terms OR pay a little fine and then hand the matter over to the DMV which will suspend/revoke your license until you pay for their expensive Test & Lock program. Its a money making scheme: Koher, and other cops like him, gets ( by way of union concessions) time and half pay whenever he appears in court, and a big shiny plaque by the insurance company at the end of the fiscal year AND the city gets reimbursed for court costs, the DMV ( the state) gets your $ for their program while they hold you license hostage. They also entice you into the program by erasing the DUI from your arrest record, so if you get another DUI, it shows up as a 1st-time offense. It rarely has ANYTHING to do with getting drunk drivers off the road proven by many people still driving with 5 or more DUI arrests. If you think the answer to all of this is simply dont drink and drive, you are sadly mistaken. The cops will pull you ever at will, with no actual reason, and the magistrate ignores the cops stalking bars to follow drivers ( which actually is illegal) My advice, boycott all bars in Huntington before 8PM, if not all together. The bar owners, IMO are to blame as well. This is a small town, so they all they would need to do is march into the mayors office and file a complaint. Four bars are closing down, and more to come. People are learning its better just to stay home. I would acknowledge that a lot of people care nothing about bars or any other type of nightlife, but they are not the ones keeping what little night business is left alive in town. But the corrupt system is slowly chipping away at that too, with little/no regard to consequences to the accused OR the businesses.
This is so true! I know a lot of people who simply dont go out at night anymore, even just for dinner.
BTW, ignore the idiots in here.
Baboon

Brooklyn, NY

#36 Aug 18, 2013
Nohalgerg you have made these people look stupid and you have good points. Very well said
nunya

Nashville, TN

#37 Aug 18, 2013
Baboon wrote:
Nohalgerg you have made these people look stupid and you have good points. Very well said
I know, we are a bunch of morons who don't understand how difficult it is to not drive drunk. And it's the cop's personal vendetta when I get arrested for it. Damn, I'm really stupid.
hmm

Delbarton, WV

#38 Aug 18, 2013
Baboon wrote:
Nohalgerg you have made these people look stupid and you have good points. Very well said
Yes, definitely. I especially enjoyed the example he used stating that cops will pull over a man who has one beer or glass of wine with his dinner, and then says people should boycott bars after 8pm because of these actions by law enforcement. Because, as we all know, people who hang out in bars for hours and into the night past 8pm only have one drink.

Alcoholics unite!
nunya

Nashville, TN

#39 Aug 18, 2013
hmm wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, definitely. I especially enjoyed the example he used stating that cops will pull over a man who has one beer or glass of wine with his dinner, and then says people should boycott bars after 8pm because of these actions by law enforcement. Because, as we all know, people who hang out in bars for hours and into the night past 8pm only have one drink.

Alcoholics unite!
They do!!! Now these poor fellows who get together for a lovely dinner and a simple tasting of fine wines don't even go out to dinner together anymore because of corrupt law enforcement.

Funny I never get pulled over when I leave the bars. I'm sure it's all because of who I know!
hmm

Delbarton, WV

#40 Aug 18, 2013
I don't know what these aficionados of fine fermentation are going to do. It's just not fair. I heard they hauled in two thirds of everybody leaving the Rails and Ales Festival this weekend. Bastards. Can't even sip a nice craft brew anymore in Huntington for these filthy, corrupt pigs.

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#41 Aug 18, 2013
Spleencage wrote:
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This is so true! I know a lot of people who simply dont go out at night anymore, even just for dinner.
BTW, ignore the idiots in here.
Thanks for the support. Good to read someone here at topix knows how to read/comprehend. But I dont take idiots to heart. In this thread, a number of posters claiming to be different people are really the same person. Maybe if they had not replied at the same time, failed to comprehend the post in the same exact way, and employed the same vernacular, it would have been more difficult to spot, but then again, they're idiots.
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OldCrush

Alexandria, VA

#43 Aug 18, 2013
I would only encourage people who value their lives, cars, and bank accounts to avoid drunk driving. Fact of the matter is that policing is a business. Without people breaking laws, such as the aforementioned, there would be no need for police. You are correct that the cops get paid to pull people over and go to court for convictions. You're also correct that without obtaining convictions, that officer may end up out of a job. But at the same time, if you think that drunk driving is only a crime for monetary purposes, you sir are an idiot. Everyone on here saying "just don't drink and drive" are making the best point. If you feel the need to consume large amounts of alcohol, do it at home where all of your needs are met. Having a beer with dinner is no problem, but drinking too excess is. As for texting and driving, laws have been set into place to deal with this problem as well.

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