Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RadiomanATL, Nov 10, 2009.
Phi Delta Smasha - November 10, 2009
I blew a .28 once back in my drinking days and was able to hold a conversation with my Commander, First Shirt, and the arresting officer all at the same time. When the time came to get what was coming to me my Commander said that if she didn't see the test results in front of her she would have never known I was even intoxicated.
Yo is that where the Article 15 came from?!?
Did you get one for that???
Yeah, but ya still got busted.
Trick is to never have to actually take the breathalyzer
lol ... that's where the nickname came from ... my supervisor and NCOIC were convinced that's what was coming that had me all prepared to take it like a man but all I got was an LOR but from that day forth I was known as "Art One Five."
We had alcoholics come into the ER with ETOH levels in the 300s and they were going into withdrawals. Walking around and talking with ease at 550. Now that's what ya call tolerance.
In 1492 Columbus was a sailor.
He sailed across the ocean blue
And pledged Phi Delta Theta.
Phi Delts apparently haven't changed much from when I knew them. National is going to kill them. I smell immediate national probation for that chapter and the IFC at the university will have a few spankings to give them as well.
Not driving though, right? no way just an LOR for that. What was it, drinking in tech school out of phase or something?
Nevermind that doesn't sound like a tech school situation. Supervisors and NCOIC's didn't really come into play until PDS.
I almost got an A15 myself and ALSO only got an LOR instead, lol
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