Friday, April 20, 2007

Welcome: Kansas City.Com Readers

A little bit of notoriety is nice, especially when someone uses us as the authority on DUI world records. Creswell Hall alumni all over the nation are mighty proud on this day. Thank you, Kansas City.

If anyone is interested, the article they are linking to is this one written by Dante in May of 2006 about a Lithuanian truck driver who was cited for DUI and blew a 0.727 BAC.

I am pleased to give additional referrals for additional DUI research, just in case any of our new Kansas City readership makes it out Georgia's way at some point: in Athens, you will want to visit a bar on Washington Steet. It is called Copper Creek and you will want to be there between the hours of 12am and 1am EDT. On Island City, head on over to Mullet Bay on Mallory Street during the same hours. It would be good idea to book a hotel nearby these locations, just in case your additional research gets a little out of hand.

If you're looking for the graduate level research in DUI studies, well, I'm in New Orleans these days so I'll let you know in about two or three years.

4 comments:

Leigh C. said...

Let's see...

That burrito stand that rules ya used to make some kick ass margaritas, but you must have scared off the waitress who made 'em when you put on the reggae ;-)...

Seriously, F & M's has a great jukebox, one of the best in the city. For old timey bar charm, nothing beats the Columns hotel...and a Long Island Iced Tea over there. Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop used to make the best Hurricane. And, if you wanna go upscale, go for the lunchtime martinis at Commander's, as they are 25 cents each at lunch.

Bottoms up!

S.A.W.B. said...

I've fixed paT's reggae problem. Trust me.

Ashley said...

Damn. That guy at LSU only had .588.

sophmom said...

Heh heh. Playin' hard ball wit da big boys, now, are ya?