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November 29, 2014


When a deputy asked Frances Riney, who “appeared out of it” behind the wheel of a Saturn, for her driver’s license, she handed him a bag of chips.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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What a nice compliment for the police officer! He was all that, a bottle of water, AND a bag of chips. As for the vodka, she was just removing it from temptation, like I do the chocolate cake. It is Step 13 of the AA code: 'Finish what you start, and remove it from temptation'.

Howie Carr would pronounce her guilty as charged.

That's not Wise.

"Have some chips, officer? They go well with beer and vodka."

"Why thank you, citizen! I must admit that I am feeling a might peckish!"

Maybe she thought he was Erik Estrada.

Must've thought it was a box of Cracker Jack and her license was the prize inside.

Her grandchildren must be so proud.

Bag of chips,Florida drivers licinse,what's the difference?

So she was charged with Driving Under the Influence, even though the car's engine wasn't running? You Floridians are a mysterious people!

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