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Unanswerable questions

Why does it take 20 minutes to put Aiden down for a nap, but an hour and a half to put him down at night?

Which is worse, ethically speaking: causing an accident due to intoxication, or causing an accident due to obliviousness?

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clayshaper
Jun. 29th, 2008 10:54 pm (UTC)
Well, we're not told not to drive while 'having had one too many for our ability to handle it.' ...we're told not to drink and drive. :P We all know the law(s)... it's not a big mystery. Friends of mine who drive after 'just one' deserve the DUI as much as ones who drive after ten- it's just the ones who have had ten are more likely to have a catastrophic accident, like driving onto the wrong side of the road entirely. :/

Sometimes, things DO "depend..."

But when it comes to drinking and driving, if you have even ONE drink, you know you're breaking the law- taking a risk. Every drink after that, is just digging a grave deeper. :( More trouble can happen, but it's still against the law.

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