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    • It counts as a DUI in Colorado
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    • My uncle got a dui on a horse its no joke it was in oklahoma
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    • That is stupid. As a horse knows where it belongs you can sleep in the saddle and it will take you home.
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    • What is he gonna do? Crash the horse?
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    • Shit that's like an interesting problem. Yeah you're technically piloting a means of transportation under the influence but horses also naturally avoid dangerous situations, even against the riders will and memorize trails/locations. Good fuckin debate topic.
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    • I agree. Safer than driving, walking or riding a bike. Horse isn't going to hurt anyone!
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    • I mean I don’t think the horse will go mess with traffic or run over pedestrians even if you told it to. It sounds safer then walking to me.
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    • A Louisiana meme? No fucking way. Shoutout brethren, our time is here. Sincerely, a Louisiana mofo
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    • Florida Man: ArE YOu ChaLLenGinG mE
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    • Are we going to talk about how Louisiana people are crazy too, a couple months ago I saw "man tries to kill spider with blowtorch" he burned down his house
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    • This is actually a viable way to get home while plastered, just check the laws in ur state, most of them haven’t updated any horse laws since the 20’s
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    • Wait so can you drive drunk with a Tesla
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    • That's how horses work. A well-trained horse can go home on its own without any direction, even in the dark.
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    • Cant get a dui in Louisiana on horseback because technically the horse has a mind of its own. Only thing you cant get a dui on.
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    • Like the scene from rdr2 where Arthur passes out on his horse but still gets home
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    • He’s just following a friend home
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    • He's not wrong.
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    • Come on man, don't drink and horse.
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    • Look ive ridden horses in dangerous situations and they really do know the way back home
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    • Shouldn’t count as a DUI. What’s he gonna do? Crash a live animal?
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    • To be fair, a good horse might actually know the way home
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    • If a horse can count as a witness to manslaughter it should also count as a DD
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    • Sub for lit foodporn
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    • It’s not a motorized vehicle, unless the horse has an engine up his ass, so he couldn’t get a DUI anyway
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    • This is wrong. This does constitute a DUI. He is in control of the animal and if by some chance the court decided to throw it out, it could still be an animal at large for not having his horse secured
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    • I'd take that shit to a supreme standing. It isn't motorized and only has one horsepower.
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    • The original self driving vehicle
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    • I’ve come to realize this app has almost no chill in the comment section...
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    • Da horse knows da way
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    • I’m a small town police officer in NC and in NC you can’t get a dui on a horse but all states traffic law varies
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    • Hey retard just take a picture that's already funny by itself and put some game skill tree shit under it so you can take credit for it, even though it doesn't enhance the humor
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    • In North Carolina it is the only thing that you can ride while intoxicated, I’m an officer but have yet to see that though
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    • Technically the horse is the vehicle and had control of itself the whole time.. what was the horse gonna do, hit a car ?
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    • pretty much how it is here
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    • In Canada you can only get a DUI for motorised vehicle. Bike or horse is cool. All you get is public intoxication or disorderly conduct.
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    • Id rather a drunk be riding a horse than a car going 100 miles an hour
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    • It's safer to ride a horse drunk for a number of reasons.
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    • We have amish in our area that have absolute bangers and get home slumped over on a horse
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    • That's the whole point of riding the horse to the bar tho
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    • That’s so American I could shed a tear of freedom
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    • Why is it DUI that institutes that horses are motor vehicles they’re not they’re animals it should be RUI riding under the influence
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    • In texas a horse counts as a street legal vehicle but is not mentioned in dui laws so if youre drunk and riding a horse down the street you wont get arrested
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    • It’s legal in Minnesota I get plastered and ride my horse all the time
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    • Best state
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    • My grandmother got a DUI on a bike. Y’all ain’t shit
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    • Can you get a DUI for riding a bike while drunk
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    • "Whovian_Hufflepuff" with yellow color. Cant get anymore tumblr cringe than that
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    • I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name.
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    • Retarded ass dumbfuck Cops. Arresting him for no reason
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    • California- hold my wine 🍷
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    • The louisianans know what they be doin before things happen
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    • Florida man: Are you challenging me?
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    • Ye go Louisiana
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    • come on man never drink and horse
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    • Land of the free, can't sit on an animal after ingesting fermented ethenol
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    • That police cruiser looks familiar. Looks like a Livingston Parish Sherrif Cruiser, bright blue color.
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    • Its not even fucking driving. You are just on an animal.
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    • okay so i live in ny and this is how my uncle larry got out of a dui multiple times and one time the horse acted drunk and confused a new cop lol
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    • He still has the ability to control it. He shouldn't be horsing around like that. A dui is a nightMare.
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    • Apparently you can get a DUI on a bike where I live
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    • A horse isn't a vehicle or machinery, therefore, no DUI.
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    • This is actually gonna be a thing with self driving cars. The law is gonna have to be updated.
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    • in Wyoming you can get the death penalty by breaking only one law- stealing someone’s horse
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    • Florida man: are you challenging me?
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    • This is actually what people would do before cars. They'd get drunk and then get on a horse and fall asleep st some point and the horse would just take them home without their guidance. My grandpa and my great grandpa did it
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    • RUI OR DUI?
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    • ”Lousiana man” that's new to see
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    • So if a self driving car drives you home you should be fine right
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    • This is discrimination against horses
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    • No shit. It’s not a motor vehicle. It’s a horse
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    • No shit this is what they did in the old days. They would get shit faced and let the horse take them home.
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    • Not a DUI but holding up traffic can be one
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    • Can't you get a DUI on a bicycle too?
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    • Why is everyone just challenging Florida now?
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    • Driving implies machine or horse is not a machine a horse can find its way home by itself it's a living breathing creature
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    • AAAAAYYYY LOUISIANA!!!
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    • Louisiana is truly a lovely place
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    • How do you get charged with driving under the influence without even driving
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    • Yeah riding a horse or bike drunk should not be a DUI. Public intoxication is fine but you really aren’t any more dangerous on a horse drunk than you are walking around drunk
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    • Florida man arrested for having a pet crocodile
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    • This crack head in my town got a DUI by driving a kids plastic Jeep down a sidewalk.
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    • Horses were the first autonomous vehicles
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    • I mean he's NOT DRIVING the horse... Technically he's the passanger
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    • Its not a motor vehicle
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    • It's called autopilot, officer.
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    • Got a DUI while riding your mom the other night
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    • Finally... a fellow Louisiana man
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    • In the state of NC, you can't get a DWI on a horse or driving on private property. But you can get one if you drive something as small as a lawn mower on the road.
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    • It’s not a motorized vehicle
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    • You can get a DUI on a bike or skateboard
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