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Bet those people wont be going back to that McDonalds!


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This is big brother at it's best and wrong. We don't need police spying on us while we make business transactions. You want to catch us DWI, get your lazy rears back on the pubic highways and catch us driving (not ordering food) intoxicated.


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The DWI laws in Canada are different than here in the US. In Canada you can be busted even for "intent to drive while intoxicated" if a cop sees you with keys in your hand headed toward your car, or if you're passed out in your car in a parking lot. So catching people while they're in the drive-thru is perfectly legal in Canada. They had to drive to get to the drive thru didn't they? If they're driving drunk, they're driving drunk, doesn't matter where they get caught IMO as long as they're taken off the roads!


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The DWI laws in Canada are different than here in the US. In Canada you can be busted even for "intent to drive while intoxicated" if a cop sees you with keys in your hand headed toward your car, or if you're passed out in your car in a parking lot. So catching people while they're in the drive-thru is perfectly legal in Canada. They had to drive to get to the drive thru didn't they? If they're driving drunk, they're driving drunk, doesn't matter where they get caught IMO as long as they're taken off the roads!

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I don't like this method. It is just another example of the government spying on it's citizens where they should feel safe. If you suspect drunks are hanging out at fast food joints, do it the same way police do here. Park on the public highway and observe them driving in a way indicative of possible intoxication.

won't they eventually be driving??

it is not like they arrest them or whatever right in the drive-thru line-up.. they pull them over after they leave....


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The DWI laws in Canada are different than here in the US. In Canada you can be busted even for "intent to drive while intoxicated" if a cop sees you with keys in your hand headed toward your car, or if you're passed out in your car in a parking lot. So catching people while they're in the drive-thru is perfectly legal in Canada. They had to drive to get to the drive thru didn't they? If they're driving drunk, they're driving drunk, doesn't matter where they get caught IMO as long as they're taken off the roads!

Canada stinks.


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The DWI laws in Canada are different than here in the US. In Canada you can be busted even for "intent to drive while intoxicated" if a cop sees you with keys in your hand headed toward your car, or if you're passed out in your car in a parking lot. So catching people while they're in the drive-thru is perfectly legal in Canada. They had to drive to get to the drive thru didn't they? If they're driving drunk, they're driving drunk, doesn't matter where they get caught IMO as long as they're taken off the roads!

If you are in a drive through you are in your car, therefore driving and the cops have every right to arrest you. :thumbs:

I don't like this method. It is just another example of the government spying on it's citizens where they should feel safe. If you suspect drunks are hanging out at fast food joints, do it the same way police do here. Park on the public highway and observe them driving in a way indicative of possible intoxication.

won't they eventually be driving??

it is not like they arrest them or whatever right in the drive-thru line-up.. they pull them over after they leave....

Having lived ten years in London where your every move is on camera I can honestly say I would prefer the cameras. If it catches someone in the act of a mugging, a rape or even a murder (which it HAS done) then it is worth it, imo.

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So should we have cameras in our bedrooms connected to the police station? Just in case someone might decide to enter it at night and rape or murder us? If it could save one life would it be worth it? I know it is extreme but where do we draw the line of being spied on by the government?

Having lived ten years in London where your every move is on camera I can honestly say I would prefer the cameras. If it catches someone in the act of a mugging, a rape or even a murder (which it HAS done) then it is worth it, imo.

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Well, that's just a bit silly, don't you think? Public areas I am fine with, I don't see the problem.

So should we have cameras in our bedrooms connected to the police station? Just in case someone might decide to enter it at night and rape or murder us? If it could save one life would it be worth it? I know it is extreme but where do we draw the line of being spied on by the government?

Having lived ten years in London where your every move is on camera I can honestly say I would prefer the cameras. If it catches someone in the act of a mugging, a rape or even a murder (which it HAS done) then it is worth it, imo.

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Well, dear, Mags, that is why I said, "extreme"! Of course it is silly. People are raped and murdered in hotel rooms, public rest rooms, and so forth. Those are public areas. Why not have cameras there? It could and would save a life! We don't need more prying eyes. there are far too many already.

Well, that's just a bit silly, don't you think? Public areas I am fine with, I don't see the problem.

So should we have cameras in our bedrooms connected to the police station? Just in case someone might decide to enter it at night and rape or murder us? If it could save one life would it be worth it? I know it is extreme but where do we draw the line of being spied on by the government?

Having lived ten years in London where your every move is on camera I can honestly say I would prefer the cameras. If it catches someone in the act of a mugging, a rape or even a murder (which it HAS done) then it is worth it, imo.


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Having lost a grandmother to a drunk driver I agree that drinking drivers should be removed from the road - and if they drive through a drive-thru and are drunk - they are drinking and driving - and breaking the law. I never had a problem stopping for the road-side breathayzer exams that happen very regularly on Canadian highways. I am grateful that the police are out there trying to prevent a criminal activity rather than waiting for it to happen and then re-acting. Drinking drivers take away the greatest liberty from far too many people each year - their lives.


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I think it is a great idea. As many have said, if they are going through the drive through drunk then they are going to be out on the road drunk. When I went to Canada a few years back they were doing roadside exams. It's the first time I had seen anything like that.

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