We recently told you about the police state we're inhabiting here in good old Tennessee. The long arm of the law is breathing down your freaking neck right now, broseph, and you better recognize. Or something.
But more importantly for you Cream readers is that pesky old riddle of ages: How do you go out to shows, have a few beers, and not find yourself in the slammer overnight with crackheads, whores, anger management cases and a guy looking at soft porn while he's taking your mugshot?
I really couldn't say. Because if I've ever had a public service mission in life, it is this: to let you know that you can get a DUI even if you're not driving your car in Tennessee. It's called a vehicle-owner DUI. It's like a good Samaritan law that should prevent you from knowingly allowing someone drunk to drive your car. In theory I agree, but in practice, it's a whole lotta dick-cock is what it is. I know, because it happened to me.
So yeah. Don't drink and drive, especially this weekend when sobriety checkpoints are set up from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. at downtown Nashville, Nolensville Pike, Harding Place, and Trinity Lane.