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Man in 'Drunk Lives Matter' shirt arrested for DUI in Newville, Pennsylvania

Earlier today, police in Newville, Pennsylvania posted to their Facebook page about this American hero: 44-year-old Elwood R. Gutshall III, who on March 19th was arrested for DUI after committing "several" traffic violations. While some people are content to showcase their character through actions alone, and some people worry about being too on-the-nose, Gutshall wasn't afraid to just be a straight-up jackass complete with visual aid by wearing a "Drunk Lives Matter" t-shirt at the time of the incident.

10 Best Gifts for the New Teen Driver

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Have a new teen driver in your life? Then we’ve got a great list that gives them the gift of increased safety, and you, their parent, the gift of peace of mind. Just kidding! I am not a doctor and cannot prescribe you Xanax. Good luck with that!

Man fights speeding ticket by claiming officer clocked running deer, not his car

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I'm starting to think that my plan to get away with shoplifting by blaming it on my 6-month-old baby might be less than iron-clad.

The Newburyport Daily News reports that after being caught speeding in November, Haverhill man Dennis Sayers attempted to fight the $105 ticket by claiming that the officer who clocked him going 40 mph in 30 mph zone was actually reading a deer:

Tostitos 'Party Safe' bag doubles as a breathalyzer - but not really, so don't use it for that

Just in time for the Super Bowl, Tostitos is releasing a limited-edition "Party Safe" bag that can detect if you have alcohol on your breath when you blow into the bag. If a light at the bottom of the bag turns green, no alcohol is detected, but keep in mind that it's a chip bag. If the bag does detect alcohol, the light flashes red and displays a "don’t drink and drive" message along the bottom.