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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=77952
Submitted by: wannabemustangjockey
Comments: 16  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 02-22-2009
View Stats Category: Vehicle Misc
Description:
The M.A.D.D. display at the San Francisco Rod, Custom & Motorcycle Show, a sobering reminder of what drunk driving can cause. This Blazer actually belonged to an innocent victim who was hit by a drunk who ran a stop sign.
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#1
2-22-2009 @ 04:39:40 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
Mods, if this is inappropriate for the site then feel free to expire it. I feel kind of bad posting something so morbid. I'll leave it up to you, though.

#2
2-22-2009 @ 05:30:38 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Hell, since the early days of the site we've had photos of fatal accidents posted.

#3
2-22-2009 @ 06:19:57 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#2, *shrugs* I thought it might be in poor taste, though it does show how a Blazer reacts to being T-boned by a 2005 Impala going 70-75 mph. The Blazer rolled over 1-1/2 times and ended up on its roof. It was hit so hard on the passenger side that the driver-side frame rail moved about a foot; side intrusion was extreme as you can see from the pictures. Not one airbag in the vehicle went off. The driver was on hand to tell his story, and my dad talked to him, but the passenger (the driver's wife) died at the hospital after the accident.

#4
2-22-2009 @ 10:13:19 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
MADD started out as an organization with a good intention... over the years they've evolved into a neo-prohibition movement. They're not just anti-drunk-driving anymore, they're now anti-drinking, period.

I believe they even ousted one of MADD's original founders for not being "anti-alcohol" enough.


#5
3-24-2011 @ 10:58:23 AM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#4, and that's a bad thing, how?

#6
3-24-2011 @ 11:46:07 AM
Posted By : kstagger Reply | Edit | Del
#5, like the world needs more zealots

#7
3-24-2011 @ 02:06:45 PM
Posted By : RiceArsonist Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Get out. I'm 23, if I want to sit at home and drink with my friends and not go out and do something retarded, I should have the freedom to. As it is, I live in a dry county, which is dumb enough since I can drive literally 30 minutes, buy booze, and then come back home. Might as well just legalize it here, since all it's doing is robbing revenue and bringing it to Missouri.

#8
3-24-2011 @ 02:11:31 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Any kind of serious efforts to ban alcohol in general leads to negative consequences.

Prohibition led to an increase in organized crime, making millionaires out of common thugs, created the Federal Income Tax, and led to the Kennedy dynasty.

MADD had a specific goal, to reduce drunk driving. Now that they're anti-alcohol in general, they've lost focus, and their efforts to curb drunk driving have been diluted.


#9
3-24-2011 @ 02:15:18 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#8, Once you know someone who has been killed by a drunk driver, you'll think differently. Suppose you can say the same of the smoking ban. I thought RON was actual sensible people. Maybe not.

#10
3-24-2011 @ 02:17:09 PM
Posted By : RiceArsonist Reply | Edit | Del
#9, I do know someone who was killed by a drunk driver. Was in the passenger seat when the guy lost control and spun into a tree, wrapped the car around it. Kid died on impact. I don't go playing that card as an excuse to ban alcohol though. People are retards, they do stupid shit. Don't blame alcohol and try to take it from those of us who drink responsibly.

#11
3-24-2011 @ 02:30:54 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#9, I am absolutely against drunk driving, I don't know what the FUCK you're going on about.

Anti-prohibition =/= pro-drunk-driving.

Is that too difficult for you to understand?

...when people start going against ALL drinking, the public stops listening, so any efforts they have for anti-drunk driving will go more unnoticed. So the prohibition nutjobs taking over MADD actually hinder its efforts to curb drunk driving. This is like the third time I've reworded this, and if you don't understand, that is now YOUR PROBLEM, not mine.

The argument you're making is to allow the prohibition nubjobs dictate MADD policy, so people will stop caring, and their anti-drunk driving message will get muddled.

So, I ask, why are YOU supporting drunk driving? See? How does it feel to be baselessly accused?

[Edited by DiRF on 3-24-2011 @ 02:38:56 PM]


#12
3-24-2011 @ 03:19:53 PM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Last I heard, you were training to be a bartender at your restaurant, RRB... wouldn't it kind of hurt you if alcohol were banned? I don't drink the stuff myself but I don't really have a problem with it provided people consume it in moderation and don't get themselves shitfaced - and especially not hop in a car afterward. A friend of mine told me about one of his fraternity brothers who got so plastered at a party he took a walk and just kept walking. By the time he realized what he'd done he had crossed a freeway (not sure if he actually ran across the traffic lanes but he might have, it was around 4am) and was several miles away from the frat house.

#13
3-24-2011 @ 04:09:02 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I think most rational people will agree that there's nothing wrong with enjoying the occasional libation. It's not exactly the most harmless drug out there, but it's legal and socially acceptable, provided you stay the hell away from your car during and for a while afterward.

#14
3-24-2011 @ 04:31:31 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#12, Well, it would yea.. but I don't see the point is solely drinking. I mean, to the right people it's fun, but doing that once can lead to a long life of alcholism. I've seen more than a few people go down that road, including a former room-mate (who WBMJ met I think). I wholeheartedly agree with Skid's post #13. I don't see the problem with occasional drinking, but if people are drinking aside from socially, then there could be a problem.

#15
3-24-2011 @ 11:51:48 PM
Posted By : RiceArsonist Reply | Edit | Del
#14, Yes, god forbid somebody drink in a situation that isn't a party. Jesus H Christ.

#16
3-25-2011 @ 07:40:36 AM
Posted By : kstagger Reply | Edit | Del
I _like_ drinking - but these days only in moderation. I had my wild party days... I had a few times where I knew I shouldn't have been driving after a few beers but I was the most sober one there or I didn't want to leave my car in a so-so area. So I took the chance and drove home. I was probably over the legal limit but I didn't hurt anyone or hit anything. I'm not trying to defend drunk-driving - it's a stupid thing to do, but sometimes people "think" they have no choice in the matter.

I'm with the libertarians on this one though - there shouldn't be any special 'drunk driving' enforcement or DUI or any special charges of driving under the influence. If you are driving recklessly or harm/kill someone because of alcohol, the usual laws should apply.


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