If There’s Ever A Shirt To Be Wearing When You’re Drunk & Crash Into A Cop Car. . .

Posted: November 17 @ 3:30pm by 610 in Bolivian
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[NY Post]  His only defense is that he’s a “drunk.” A 22-year-old Long Island man wearing a shirt saying he’s a drunk was charged with DWI early today after he plowed into a cop who was on drunk driving patrol, authorities said. A mug shot taken after his arrest by Suffolk County cops shows Kevin Daly, 22, of Coram, wearing a black T-shirt that read: “I’m not an alcoholic. I’m a drunk. Alcoholics go to meetings.” Daly was driving a 2000 Saturn on County Road 83 when he attempted to turn east onto Route 25A and struck an officer’s vehicle at 1:45 a.m., police said. The officer is assigned to the Suffolk County Police Department’s SAFE-T (Selective Alcohol Fatality Enforcement Team) Section. The cop was treated for minor injuries at Stony Brook University Medical Center, police said. The officer’s identity was not made public. Daly, who was not injured, was charged with DWI and slapped with multiple traffic summonses.

Well bro, on the bright side, this shit’s gonna be pretty funny in a few years.  I mean funny to you – it’s pretty funny to the rest of us right now.  Somewhere Alanis Morrisette is sifting through 10,000 spoons looking for a knife, because you’re now officially an alcoholic.  You want meetings?  You got ’em. Court-ordered, buddy.  Have fun having your parents drop your unlicensed ass off at your alcohol counselor’s office to talk about your feelings & what went wrong in your life that makes you feel as if you have to get hammered all the time in stupid t-shirts before driving home.  He or she will do their best to convince you that your arrest was a cry for help.  You plowed the cop to get attention.  The sooner you agree with them, the quicker you’ll be done with your meetings and can go back to just being a drunk.  Resist remorse & guilt…well, you may become an alcoholic lifer.

At least that’s what I’ve heard about how it works…

– thanks George

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