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Sox Fan has Messsage of Encouragement for Disgraced Yankee Exec

GrumpyDorchester, MA – When interviewed for his thoughts on NY Yankee Executive Steve Swindal’s recent problems, Naval veteran Nibsy ‘Iron Head’ O’Malley (and proud Red Sox fan) of Dorchester, Massachusetts has a message for the shamed NY Yankee Exec: keep your head up.

O?Malley was back at his old watering hole, The Blarney Stone after a self imposed absence since St. Patrick’s Day (he blames a ‘sour’ stomach from corned beef and cabbage but bartender Finbar Kelly says the truth may have been a group of ?twenty- somethings? from Wellesley who ruined his day by taunting him to sing ?When Irish Eyes are Smiling?). To get the message out, O’Malley called upon a 12 year old barback and stuffed a cocktail napkin with the straightforward message into his front pocket with specific instructions, "Bust yah’ fahckin’ arse to the post office and get this in the US mail." When asked by a young hipster patron, "Why don’t you just e-mail it, O’Malley?" O’Malley replied curtly not looking up from his drink, "Watch yah’ mouth smaht ass, everyone knows that E-mail is for fruits an’ queers."

?Listen, it kills me to present an ‘ahlive branch to anyone involved with the Yankees," said the husky force from Dorchester. "But this guy Swindal shouldn?t let a little DUI get in his way. It never stawped me or any of thah’ Kennedy?s ? they nevah’ hurt nobody.?

When informed that Swindal had recently been served divorce papers, Nibsy knocked back the rest of his Jamison and water and said, ?Ol? Iron Head here.. I’m on my 3rd battle-axe. Who freagin’ cares? Nawt me.?

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  1. Carson Danfield

    May 8, 2007 at 7:16 am

    A DUI Will Ruin Your Life Unless You Protect Your Rights by Carson Danfield

    Since you’re reading this, you probably either have a DUI related record or you’ve just been pulled over for drunk driving. Either way, you’re probably frustrated, scared or maybe even a little angry with the whole situation.

    The way the current laws are written, it’s so easy for the average person to find themselves facing a DUI charge, and presently society makes no distinction between major and minor offenses.

    Let’s get one thing clear right up front – If you’ve been charged with a DUI because you had a drink with dinner at your favorite restaurant and a cop smelled alcohol on your breath, you probably didn’t deserve to be arrested. On the other hand, if you got behind the wheel of your car and you were “falling down drunk”, you deserve to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    Unfortunately, everyone is treated like a hard-core, menace to society alcoholic and your record is made to reflect that.

    I’ve had personal friends that are cops and you’d be surprised at some of the tactics they use. For example, when pulled over, you’re normally asked to produce your drivers license, car registration and proof of insurance. Most people have their registration and insurance documents stuffed in the glove compartment, along with other miscellaneous junk. When asked to produce the documents, it may take them a minute or two to sort thru everything. If the cop wants to make it hard for you, he can write in his report that when asked to produce your documents, you appeared confused and were not able to immediately produce them.

    Is that a true statement? Technically yes, but because you may have expired insurance documents mixed in with the current document, so you have to sort thru them to find the right one. But the language the cop uses in his report would lead others to believe that you were so intoxicated that you didn’t even know where you were. This is just a way that the cop can put his personal slant on things if he decides he doesn’t like you.

    The current trend is for law enforcement and the courts to ‘get tough’ on offenders, but at the same time they’re making it much easier to end up with a DUI conviction by forcing states to lower their allowable BAC levels while encouraging police officers to cite more people for DUI.

    Consequently more and more everyday ‘normal people’ are getting caught up in the DUI process and are now faced with the obstacle of minimizing the effects it has on personal life. And in many cases, those effects can be devastating. Imagine losing your driving privledges for an extended period of time, perhaps going to jail, paying a huge fine, performing community service, seeing your auto insurance premiums being tripled or quadrupled. On top of that, your DUI record will be available when a prospective employer runs a background check on you, so you’ll probably be restricted to working low paying jobs. You may end up working at the drive-thru window at the local fast food joint. Can you say “Would you like fries with that?”

    If you’ve had a DUI Record for some time then you already know how much damage it’s done to your personal life. It’s like a big red “X” on your forehead, labeling you for the rest of your life unless you do something about it. You can minimize the damage that the record has on your personal life which will enable you to move on with life rather than constantly being frustrated by this recurring problem.

    Most people don’t realize that you can clear your DUI record completely. Some states won’t allow a formal clearing of the record for you BUT you’ll still be able to keep it from showing up on background checks from every single state.

    Whether you’ve just been arrested for DUI or you have an older DUI record, there are things you can do to improve your situation. In order to make the best of things, you should know how the DUI system works and what you can do to minimize the effects of a DUI on your life.

    Visit DUI-TRIX.com now to Learn How You Can Minimize The Personal Effects of a DUI Charge

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