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May 11, 2021

FLORIDA'S DEFINITION OF 'DESIGNATED DRIVER'

It's a little different.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Clearly she didn't read the owner's manual. You're supposed to run away while the police are fighting the fire.

In her defense: The fire would have been a lot worse if she tried to put the fire out with the bourbon. AND, who the hell parked those cars there?

https://youtu.be/wvUQcnfwUUM

In the summertime, when the weather is hot
You can stretch right up and touch the sky
When the weather's right
You got women, you got women on your mind
Have a drink, have a drive
Go out and see what you can find...

I'm not think as you drunk, officher!

"In a separate incident, also in Port St. Lucie, authorities found a driver passed out in their vehicle."

How convenient of that driver to pass out in the authorities' vehicle.

Melanie Esclera ==>
Camellia Serene
Serene Ice Llama
El Senile Camera
Canal melee, sire

All that "designated" means is that somebody was chosen to do the driving. The defense rests.

Sounds like the car had had more to drink than she had.

That's nothing. This morning I woke up at 5 AM and turned on the local news. Fire?! Near where I live!? I was so grateful He didn't burn up on the road leading to my office.

"OK, eeny meeny miney mo...Melanie, I designate you the driver."

"Wha-- ? Oh, now you tell me."

Where in the constitution does it say that designated driver must be sober?
Checkmate, police!

Also, Miami International Airport is the new home of Fight Club.

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