OneEyedMcGee2 karma2014-09-17 06:08:19 UTC
Hello my fellow Wisconsinite. Little further north than you but not too much. Congrats on coming through with your surgery. I am writing this as I sit in a hospital myself receiving chemo for my cancer. I was a young healthy male if 34 till this summer. I should be okay but I may lose a leg because of the cancer. It kinda shocked me when they said tumor. I know in the doctors office I didn't have much of a reaction untill I was in my car on the way home kinda broke down. My question is how did you react when they said brain tumor? And another question my father had a brain tumor removed a few years about and his speach or trying to find the words he wanted to say was garbled for a while did you experience anything like that?
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OneEyedMcGee2 karma2017-01-03 01:57:44 UTC
Some people criticize Wisconsin for being way to lenient. 1st offense is a municple. 2nd is a mis. And I think the 3rd just became a felony 4th is felony. I think with there dwi taskforces and the expansion of ride shares or cheaper alternatives to taxis has helped lower dwi here.
OneEyedMcGee1 karma2017-01-03 01:32:05 UTC
What are your feelings on check points vs. actively driving the streets. I know you answered your feelings on the checkpoints themselves already. Also have you ever had anyone pass the field sobriety portion of a stop but still blew or had a blood test over the legal amount?
OneEyedMcGee1 karma2017-01-03 02:09:40 UTC
As far as I know no city here has such an ordinance. I think I used the right term but its treated as a non crimminal offense state wide. Which has its upside and down side. We do have a lot of repeat offenders here. I think on the news I de a guy with his 11th just before I left my house.
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