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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-04-2006, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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We had one of these at chilifest this weekend...it was quite possibly the best partying tool EVER. I kept blowing to be in the "yellow" (around 0.05), and whenver I hit the red I would cool it, and drink some water. I partied for over 24 hours, drank about 40 beers, and woke up sunday morning with NO hangover whatsoever. AND, when I felt fine enough to drive home, the litlte device told me that, in fact, I was not.

These would be great stocking stuffers @ xmastime....just thought y'all would like it.


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I seen this at Pep Boys.
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Ian (MM-Racing) used to have a handheld electronic one.. we finally broke it when we would do a shot, then blow in it

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If you are actually using it to try to stay out of jail, I would start saving up for bail money now...

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We had one of these at chilifest this weekend...it was quite possibly the best partying tool EVER. I kept blowing to be in the "yellow" (around 0.05), and whenver I hit the red I would cool it, and drink some water. I partied for over 24 hours, drank about 40 beers, and woke up sunday morning with NO hangover whatsoever. AND, when I felt fine enough to drive home, the litlte device told me that, in fact, I was not.

These would be great stocking stuffers @ xmastime....just thought y'all would like it.


http://www.drugtest-solutions.com/ke...eathalyzer.htm

http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/...1000482976.htm
so what your saying is you didnt get laid this weekend?



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PepBoys has em for around $11 near the cash register...

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I wasn't saying that it was a precise tool to make a driving decision. I was saying that, while it can help tell you when you're too drunk to drive, its most wonderful purpose is to keep you drinking like the freaking energizer bunny without passing out. Liquor Longevity....

Besides, nearly all of these are calibrated the other way-- you are likely ok to drive when the device tells you you're not.

And no, Ken. (1) it was a dirty dirty party in a field, and (2) I really hurt my hip pretty bad when I dropped the bike on myself. It kinda set in later on that day...
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