Friday, March 11, 2011

Alcohol Detectors Could Come Standard | NBC Los Angeles

Mechanics who work with the Smart Start System say you don't have to be over the legal limit to stall out.

"Normally what they should calibrate it at .03. I believe for most people that's the warning level," said Garrett Benedict, a mechanic.



So now the nannies are going after anyone and everyone who ever has a glass of wine at dinner or a beer at a ballgame or concert. Of course, many of us in the blogosphere have known that measures like this were not far off when the nanny state battalion of de facto, prohibitionist buffoons started to legislate away a smoker's right to assemble. We saw it coming, but no one listened. Now they're coming for you too drinkers.


Alcohol Detectors Could Come Standard | NBC Los Angeles

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