jc wrote:I obviously look and am over 40. But would you card me to make me feel good?
OK lets see some ID? Do we need to frisk you too? Let see here.... jc if that is your real nameâ€¦ Heheheheh....
mdmf007 wrote:Sue -
your right spot on, it isnt hard to check ID's but what i was getting at is that I rarely have my ID on me, because id just lose it and looking at some of the costumes out at night I bet a good percentage do not have their ID on them.
If i have my laminate I am working - so drinking isnt an option at that point anyways. I was coming from the off shift - (dressed as a samurai angle) I guess I had tunnel vision and wasnt thinking about all the little miscreants trying to sneak in to a party.
I own a bar in a college town, and know the undercover stings, fines and negative PR that can come with a contributing charge.
I was trying to point out that security at some camps is non-existant as there are multiple entrances, and some partys have 2000 people or more.
Upon thinking about it more, I suggest bringing the ID. (I guess i have never needed it cause I look old enough, and always have - Havent been carded in a decade)
later all -
Sum Dum Bunny named munney wrote: OK. This must be your virgin Burn, YES?
Now I wanna sound like a cop munney wrote: IF not than how about having a CLUE, Dont be a Dusche Knozzle, and PAAAAAAAA LEEEEEEEAAASSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!! Dont Card,
munney, now showing his cluelessness, then wrote:Has anyone ever Carded anyone at BRC? NO, I think GNOT!
And, to top it off, in a bit of absolutely **brilliant** advice, munney wrote: For now, if one Feels compelled to cary an ID then use the international traveler model and make a COLOR PHOTO COPY,,, DUHH!
As we understand
it, the statute does not require a suspect to give the
officer a driverÂ’s license or any other document. Provided
that the suspect either states his name or communicates it
to the officer by other meansÂ—a choice, we assume, that
the suspect may makeÂ—the statute is satisfied and no
violation occurs. See id., at ___, 59 P. 3d, at 1206Â–1207.
MikeVDS wrote:I don't do either. If you're not going out of the festival, is there any reason to keep it with you?
thats how it is in georgia at least
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