Yes he was responsible, others would simply have done nothing and waited until the next morning to see if one of his neighbors was dead. You never made a mistake in your life?
Now and again, we see ads on TV and billboard where the police are everywhere looking for people under the influence. Truth is, they wouldn't dare crack down on DUI's, public intoxication, etc. If the laws were strictly enforced, a sober society would result in a large number of LEO's being out of a job. And the impact would be felt in the legal and medical professions as well. So we, as a society, pay lip service where it comes to protecting our citizens, when in truth, the economy would collapse without booze. And our leaders are not really going to let that happen. After all, many of them are members of the Alcohol and Drug Cult (ADC) themselves.
"A man called police after accidentally firing a round into his living room wall one evening while cleaning his gun."
Responsible Gun Owner™
"Stupid criminals" is redundant.
Street Law, we tried Prohibition once. It was a disaster. So many cops needed to investigate reports of illegal alcohol. So many shootouts by alcohol dealers. It was worse than the current drug war.
Does it ever occur to anyone that if booze were banned, over half the police force wouldn't be needed?
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