This past Friday, at about 2AM, I was driving back home after a long day, a great Mexican dinner with some foodie friends, and a very fun gig with my band in downtown West Chester.
I was stopped about halfway home, on backroads, by a police sobriety checkpoint.
Had I been drinking that night? Well… duh…!
Did I drink responsibly, ending my alcohol intake hours before I had planned to head home after the gig? Yep.
Did I ‘pass’ this sobriety checkpoint?
Of course, I ‘passed’ the sobriety checkpoint, thanks to my tried-and-true, never-fail, guaranteed-to-work or your-money-back 3 Rules for Passing Sobriety Checkpoints.
Today, free of charge, I’m going to share my 3 Rules with you…!
The 1WineDude.com 3 Rules for Passing Sobriety Checkpoints:
- Don’t be drunk.
- Be Sober.
- Don’t be ‘Not-sober’.
For more on responsible wine-drinking, see these previous 1WineDude.com articles:
- Wine Appreciation and Alcohol Abuse: How to Avoid Personal Disaster
- Why Kids are Collateral Damage in the War for Your Wine Dollar (and What You Can Do About It)
- In the News: Drinking Can Cut Risk of Heart Disease (+ Other Tidbits)
Have a happy – and responsibly safe! – Monday.
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