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Old 04-12-2014, 05:11 PM   #1
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I was in line at the Arby's drive through getting a soda, when I noticed this car full of dudes in front of me smoking weed. I thought, man that's old times, smoking dope and getting some drive through..

Then I notice the driver is smoking too....

Then I thought to myself, what if this head were to hit someone driving around all ****ed up? What it were a friend of mine.... I thought about calling the police and reporting, but decided not to.

Would you have turned them in, or just go about your way?
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You can't drive and smoke weed at the same time? In CA that is part of the drivers test.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:16 PM   #3
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I would only call police if i saw someone driving erratic to the point it was dangerous.

Otherwise i would mind my own business.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:16 PM   #4
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I was in line at the Arby's drive through getting a soda, when I noticed this car full of dudes in front of me smoking weed. I thought, man that's old times, smoking dope and getting some drive through..

Then I notice the driver is smoking too....

Then I thought to myself, what if this head were to hit someone driving around all ****ed up? What it were a friend of mine.... I thought about calling the police and reporting, but decided not to.

Would you have turned them in, or just go about your way?
I would have shot them, as long as they weren't in your family.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:21 PM   #5
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I would have shot them, as long as they weren't in your family.
I didn't have my nine... But I did have a new round point shovel in the trunk, maybe I should have them to death with the shovel?
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:22 PM   #6
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I would only call police if i saw someone driving erratic to the point it was dangerous.

Otherwise i would mind my own business.
What if he's just keep baked, and in 10 minutes rolls through Stapleton and mows down a kid.... I felt the same way, but now I'm rethinking it
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:23 PM   #7
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meh, I wouldn't have done anything about it. People that stupid usually dig their own graves.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:31 PM   #9
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I was in line at the Arby's drive through getting a soda, when I noticed this car full of dudes in front of me smoking weed. I thought, man that's old times, smoking dope and getting some drive through..

Then I notice the driver is smoking too....

Then I thought to myself, what if this head were to hit someone driving around all ****ed up? What it were a friend of mine.... I thought about calling the police and reporting, but decided not to.

Would you have turned them in, or just go about your way?

The good news is you can't hurt someone too badly driving 20 miles per hour
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:33 PM   #10
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I'd be more concerned about the 90% of the driving population on the cell phone.
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Old 04-12-2014, 06:34 PM   #11
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I think your only choice was to eliminate him with extreme prejudice.
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Old 04-12-2014, 06:38 PM   #12
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meh, I wouldn't have done anything about it. People that stupid usually dig their own graves.
and others' graves.
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Old 04-12-2014, 06:39 PM   #13
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meh, I wouldn't have done anything about it. People that stupid usually dig their own graves.
I don't mind people digging their own graves. I start to mind when they start digging other peoples graves.
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Old 04-12-2014, 06:41 PM   #14
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meh, I wouldn't have done anything about it. People that stupid usually dig their own graves.
They just shouldn't dig for anyone else
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:28 PM   #15
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I'd be more concerned about the 90% of the driving population on the cell phone.
Word....I'm sure all the people you see texting or talking on their cell phones are more likely to cause or get into an accident than the dude that was sparking up.

Poor dude was just catching a little buzz and trying to get his Arby's on.

I wouldn't have thought about calling the police and reporting it, but that's just me. I've rolled into a few fast food places after doing the same thing myself.

The only time I've been tempted to call the police is if I see someone weaving all over the road or driving in the wrong direction when it's completely obvious they are **** faced and being a danger to others.

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Old 04-12-2014, 07:46 PM   #16
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Only called the police on a driver in front of me once. I was leaving a friend's house at like 3 am and this car ahead of me kept swerving to the right and hitting the curb and bouncing left. I called 9-1-1 and gave them the license plate number. I'd rather not have someone dead in that situation then mind my own business.

Weed though...that's a tough one. Stupid and surprised is not enough to report them.

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Old 04-12-2014, 07:50 PM   #17
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:55 PM   #18
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Meh... unless the driver was driving erratically just let it go. But still pretty stupid of the driver. Maybe they will just pull over in the parking lot and get their munch on.
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Old 04-12-2014, 09:34 PM   #19
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Driving under the influence of alcohol is a million times more dangerous than a little weed. On alcohol, your whole sense of balance is off. Marijuana actually causes you to focus on the task at hand. Balance and equilibrium are not affected. People are more cautious, if anything.

I haven't smoked in about 15 years, but I did a little in college. Smoked a small joint on the way home from school a couple times. Did not affect my driving at all. Anybody who claims that it does, has no clue what the actual effects are.

Mowing down kids? Laughable.
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Driving under the influence of alcohol is a million times more dangerous than a little weed. On alcohol, your whole sense of balance is off. Marijuana actually causes you to focus on the task at hand. Balance and equilibrium are not affected. People are more cautious, if anything.

I haven't smoked in about 15 years, but I did a little in college. Smoked a small joint on the way home from school a couple times. Did not affect my driving at all. Anybody who claims that it does, has no clue what the actual effects are.

Mowing down kids? Laughable.

Generally anything considered a mind altering substance is not exactly an ideal thing to be on when operating a 2000lb vehicle. Booze or weed. It's stupid to do.

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This! Phones and fast food cause more harm than a stoned moron.
Not that being impairing while driving is something that should be allowed.
But a higher percentage of issues with phones happens than other distractions.
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I was in line at the Arby's drive through getting a soda, when I noticed this car full of dudes in front of me smoking weed. I thought, man that's old times, smoking dope and getting some drive through..

Then I notice the driver is smoking too....

Then I thought to myself, what if this head were to hit someone driving around all ****ed up? What it were a friend of mine.... I thought about calling the police and reporting, but decided not to.

Would you have turned them in, or just go about your way?
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What if he's just keep baked, and in 10 minutes rolls through Stapleton and mows down a kid.... I felt the same way, but now I'm rethinking it
Or you call and the police and he runs. In the process he runs into a family of 4 and kills them all. Hindsight is what it is. HEH bet you thought i was going to say its 50/50 lol.

I get what your saying but you can't save the world. You have to pick and choose when you become a citizen cop and imo that incident didn't rise to that level.
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I was in line at the Arby's drive through getting a soda, when I noticed this car full of dudes in front of me smoking weed. I thought, man that's old times, smoking dope and getting some drive through..

Then I notice the driver is smoking too....

Then I thought to myself, what if this head were to hit someone driving around all ****ed up? What it were a friend of mine.... I thought about calling the police and reporting, but decided not to.

Would you have turned them in, or just go about your way?
What would you have done if you saw him with a beer in hand?
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I knew this was a troll thread when the OP said he went to Arby's
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