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December 22, 2009


A Fairbanks man pleaded guilty last week to driving a forklift while drunk

(Thanks to Allen at Division)


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I don't know if alcohol was involved, but my brother was racing against his boss in forklifts when one of them cut a corner close in the empty warehouse and clipped a support pole.

The both ran out of the nearest exit and tried to act like nothing had happened.

What's the legal alcohol blood level in Alaska, like point eight eight or something? Maybe it's .49 in honor of them being the 49th state.

So, he was front end loaded?

The blood alcohol limit in Alaska is .08, much like the rest of the country. If a state sets their limit any higher they lose federal highway funds.

Lifting under the influence.

Maybe he was trying to get non-native frogs out of the state.

Marty. Dude. Joke.

If I lived where it was cold, dark, and icy most of the year I'd stay loaded too. It was 19 degrees here in N.C. the other night and even though I was inside, I couldn't get warm. I would never make it as a yankee.

That speaks highly of you, nc. Red Sox are the way to go.

*tosses Marty another alcohol-free beer*

Alcohol-free beer is like making love in a canoe . . . f*ckin' near water.

at least he wasnt shooting moose from a copter...

"Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to stack those pallets, backwards."

What, the fork?

You should see my old shirt I had printed up,
1986 Itoximeter Champ

That was when drunk driving was still a sport, not a crime.

Some one toss me a "n"

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