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  • #16
    He's going to go through a lot of misery with a DUI. Some people never learn but I hope he does learn a very valuable lesson. Probably will cost him about 10K also in addition to loosing his license for a period of time.

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    • #17
      Don't take this personally, but I really despise people that drink and drive. They are showing a total lack of regard and respect for the lives of other people who may become an innocent consequence of their retarded actions. Case in point was a dufus named Marco Muzzo...( http://www.citynews.ca/2017/01/10/dr...wsuit-reduced/ ). You can google the entire situation with this dumb-fuck shit-for-brains and his destructive behavior.
      I don't know you nor your son personally, but let him read up on this story or others like it. And if he still doesn't understand, then hopefully he will get some jail time, where he will be fucked up the ass a few times by the jail-house bullies. Then he might just smarten up.

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      • #18
        The family alcohol problem on my male side probably goes back centuries. Love of mead, I guess. I drink too much, so does my Dad. But it's contained, controlled. Late and only at home. That "gene" you mention was manifest with my nephew (My Brother's son). Got his 3rd DWI when he was 27. 5 years in jail and served every single day. Had him over a few years ago to paint my house. Had beer available because he had no license or vehicle. He was contained. Finally realized what his problem was. Most people that drink too much finally realize at some point "That's it- I'm done for the day". This Dude had no limits- drink until you pass out. Everyday. Holy Shit.

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        • #19
          You need to chill out and relax with your son. Discuss this problem over a beer or two.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by FreakShowFanatic View Post

            Stop digging for excuses WTC. There are other reasons you ended up being a homosexual with no woman.
            Of all your 12 personalities, #4 (Impulsive) has been on my ignore list since 2013. Hope this helps.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Captquint View Post
              I blew three times the legal limit, no job is out of my reach
              Nah! ..too easy./

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              • #22
                Originally posted by s.murph View Post

                Nah! ..too easy./
                LOL. Way too damn easy.

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                • #23
                  Don't teach him not to drink. Teach him how to drive drunk.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by s.murph View Post

                    Nah! ..too easy./
                    I knew as soon as I typed it

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by QillerDaemon View Post
                      Also, for at least 20 years, no company will hire him to drive while on company time. A whole mess of jobs are now out of his reach.
                      In a few years cars that drive themselves will be commonplace. The boy can relax and get plastered.

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                      • #26
                        Have him check in to rehab. Throw himself onth mercy of the court. Rather than court appointed rehab, if he checks himself in it looks better. The Judge may go easier on him if he sees that he's trying to change his ways.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by gnostic View Post

                          In a few years cars that drive themselves will be commonplace. The boy can relax and get plastered.
                          Shut your whore mouth, sin the entire Petroleum industry.

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                          • #28
                            Alcoholism (a drinking problem) is a nasty disease. My brother, 4 years younger than me, had a great career with a fast food corporation rising to national training manager with a good 6 figure salary and benefits. He hid his drinking problem well for decades but in his later 40s jumped ship to another fast food corporation. He had his "reasons" for doing this but hindsight says they had caught on to him. Multiple wives caught on to him, but he always had excuses as to what their problems were. He finally got to the point he was unemployable in his career at anywhere near the level he had been. Didn't get his first DUI until 50. That's when his last wife bailed and he lost his license. Luckily, she had good medical insurance and got him into residential rehab for 30 days. So now you have a 50 year old guy driving around on a 49cc scooter trying to find a job. When he was 51 he had to be rushed to the hospital bleeding from the mouth and nose. Chronic alcoholism weakens veins and you end up with bleeding esophageal varices which occur when swollen veins (varices) in your lower esophagus rupture and bleed. He was rushed in to surgery to contain the bleeding and when released he was told he could not continue drinking or he would die. Rock bottom? Not yet. Stayed sober for maybe 6 months then back to drinking and hiding it. Jump to the end: he was in a recovering alcoholics boarding house when his swollen varices ruptured again. He died in the hospital 2 weeks before his 55th birthday.

                            If the alcoholic doesn't want to quit drinking, anything you do to "help" them is just enabling their disease. You can be a heavy drinker and not have a drinking problem. But when the alcohol controls you instead of you controlling the drinking, then you have a problem.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Flew View Post
                              Alcoholism (a drinking problem) is a nasty disease. My brother, 4 years younger than me, had a great career with a fast food corporation rising to national training manager with a good 6 figure salary and benefits. He hid his drinking problem well for decades but in his later 40s jumped ship to another fast food corporation. He had his "reasons" for doing this but hindsight says they had caught on to him. Multiple wives caught on to him, but he always had excuses as to what their problems were. He finally got to the point he was unemployable in his career at anywhere near the level he had been. Didn't get his first DUI until 50. That's when his last wife bailed and he lost his license. Luckily, she had good medical insurance and got him into residential rehab for 30 days. So now you have a 50 year old guy driving around on a 49cc scooter trying to find a job. When he was 51 he had to be rushed to the hospital bleeding from the mouth and nose. Chronic alcoholism weakens veins and you end up with bleeding esophageal varices which occur when swollen veins (varices) in your lower esophagus rupture and bleed. He was rushed in to surgery to contain the bleeding and when released he was told he could not continue drinking or he would die. Rock bottom? Not yet. Stayed sober for maybe 6 months then back to drinking and hiding it. Jump to the end: he was in a recovering alcoholics boarding house when his swollen varices ruptured again. He died in the hospital 2 weeks before his 55th birthday.

                              If the alcoholic doesn't want to quit drinking, anything you do to "help" them is just enabling their disease. You can be a heavy drinker and not have a drinking problem. But when the alcohol controls you instead of you controlling the drinking, then you have a problem.
                              Well said, and sorry for your loss That's rough.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Pussy Eater View Post
                                Don't take this personally, but I really despise people that drink and drive. They are showing a total lack of regard and respect for the lives of other people who may become an innocent consequence of their retarded actions. Case in point was a dufus named Marco Muzzo...( http://www.citynews.ca/2017/01/10/dr...wsuit-reduced/ ). You can google the entire situation with this dumb-fuck shit-for-brains and his destructive behavior.
                                I don't know you nor your son personally, but let him read up on this story or others like it. And if he still doesn't understand, then hopefully he will get some jail time, where he will be fucked up the ass a few times by the jail-house bullies. Then he might just smarten up.
                                What happens is that when he drinks he throws it down like he's trying to prove something. Then he goes (went) driving because his judgment is impaired. He gets retarded, tbh.
                                I think his behavior is tied in with gluttony, somehow.

                                Never was in a frat.
                                Yeah, it sucks for him and us, because we're not even close to being done worrying about him. Mind you, afa that nature/nurture question, we didn't tolerate this shit, though he's a hardheaded fuck.

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