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Well this is not something I wanted to wake up to on a Sunday morning.

Hopefully this is a turning point and a good life lesson for Ed.

Also if there is one position on the entire team the Bills are extremely deep at it is D tackle. This will be helpful if the Commish gives him a couple games off. If it was just a DWI maybe not much time off, but the gun is an entire other story. 

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1 hour ago, Wayne Cubed said:

What a world we live in that we can actually see the arrest hours after it’s happened...

 

 

 

Interesting ratchet job on the wheeler?

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1 hour ago, fl az fan said:

And he didn't rob anyone! 

This is why he will never be an AllPro.  Such an amateur.?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:

 

Then you're obviously not too bright, either. Whether or not it's a dumb law is meaningless. It's the law.

And I have never once had an issue or been cited for it. Just a heads up, I speed to, all the time, and that prolly way more dangerous than having a beer as I drive. 
 

glad to know you follow all “‘laws”’to T! 

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1 hour ago, CSBill said:

Well, this is not good. Part of the "too much free time" fear we have for all players.

Exactly what I was thinking. 

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1 minute ago, plenzmd1 said:

And I have never once had an issue or been cited for it. Just a heads up, I speed to, all the time, and that prolly way more dangerous than having a beer as I drive. 
 

glad to know you follow all “‘laws”’to T! 

 

Ha. Of course not. But obeying the low hanging fruit to avoid potential interaction with Yahoo law enforcement seems to me to be a no brainer.

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10 minutes ago, plenzmd1 said:

I drive with an open container all the time, and I am 57. It’s a dumb law.  

I don't, but know plenty who do.  I got stopped in my 40's after a work "event."  I'd had a couple pops.  I blew right at the limit, but there was a discrepancy with the print out.  Something very inconsequential like 0.080 to 0.08.  Spent a few hours in the pen waiting after I called my wife.  Long story short, because of the very minor discrepancy the charge was changed to reckless driving (I didn't signal a lane change on the freeway).  That was enough of a wake up call for me.  No roadies here and if I drink more than two I don't drive.

 

Maybe this is Oliver's wake up.  I was skeptical of the pick but now that he's ours I take no pleasure in seeing him, or anyone else screw up.

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3 minutes ago, plenzmd1 said:

And I have never once had an issue or been cited for it. Just a heads up, I speed to, all the time, and that prolly way more dangerous than having a beer as I drive. 
 

glad to know you follow all “‘laws”’to T! 

 

If you can't not drink while driving, you may have a problem. 

 

People who act like drinking alcohol while driving is ok or normal need help. I'm not saying 1 or 2 gets would impair most people, but if it's against the law, and could impair you and you still feel like you need to, it's a problem.

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32 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:

It means he's an idiot.

 

exactly.

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15 minutes ago, Cripple Creek said:

Not an advertisement, but these folks seem to lay out the Texas open container law for anyone interested.

https://www.dwi-texas.com/blog/2018/february/open-container-law-texas/

Texas law is moot ( thanks @JoPoy88for the correction) Didnt this happen in Montgomery County NY? Or am I misunderstanding that the gun was unregistered.

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1 hour ago, Conlan58 said:

An open beer between his legs? Are you effin kidding me?!

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3 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:

 

Ha. Of course not. But obeying the low hanging fruit to avoid potential interaction with Yahoo law enforcement seems to me to be a no brainer.

Well, o have had my license since 78, never been cited for an open container. 
 

now I gots big problem with driving while drunk , that rightly is and should be strictly enforced. I just don’t understand why if I have 3 beers in a bar, get in a car and drive home that is somehow okay, but if I have a beer as I am driving to the Home Depot and back it is somehow illegal, and worse to some people immoral. It’s a dumb law. What matters is how much I drink, not where I drink it. 
 

 

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2 minutes ago, fansince88 said:

Texas law is mute. Didnt this happen in Montgomery County NY? Or am I misunderstanding that the gun was unregistered.

The word is “moot” and it was Texas not NY.

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Just now, JoPoy88 said:

The word is “moot” and it was Texas not NY.

Haha.  I Just saw that before you replied. Should I or should I not change it. Dam brain!!

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9 minutes ago, Cripple Creek said:

I don't, but know plenty who do.  I got stopped in my 40's after a work "event."  I'd had a couple pops.  I blew right at the limit, but there was a discrepancy with the print out.  Something very inconsequential like 0.080 to 0.08.  Spent a few hours in the pen waiting after I called my wife.  Long story short, because of the very minor discrepancy the charge was changed to reckless driving (I didn't signal a lane change on the freeway).  That was enough of a wake up call for me.  No roadies here and if I drink more than two I don't drive.

 

Maybe this is Oliver's wake up.  I was skeptical of the pick but now that he's ours I take no pleasure in seeing him, or anyone else screw up.

Yep, agree should never drive drunk. 

9 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

If you can't not drink while driving, you may have a problem. 

 

People who act like drinking alcohol while driving is ok or normal need help. I'm not saying 1 or 2 gets would impair most people, but if it's against the law, and could impair you and you still feel like you need to, it's a problem.

Did I say I have a beer every time I get in a car?
 

Good to know that we have banned all people driving from a restaurant and bar if they have had a drink. I think that law where they take your keys when you have had a beer was the right choice. 
 

Good to know they do the same thing at the Bills game. 
 

 

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The gun was needed to protect the beer....I see no problem here.

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15 minutes ago, plenzmd1 said:

And I have never once had an issue or been cited for it. Just a heads up, I speed to, all the time, and that prolly way more dangerous than having a beer as I drive. 
 

glad to know you follow all “‘laws”’to T! 

Wow. Do you text while speeding with an open beer too?

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Just now, Bob Chandler's Hands said:

Wow. Do you text while speeding with an open beer too?

Well, there were times when I was 23 where I prolly had a beer in one hand, a Marlboro Red in another hand, and had to drive and shift too! But that was way before phones. ! 

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