April 23, 2008

Actually, This Might Explain A Lot…

Carroll Andrew Morse

Rhode Island's propensity for showing up on the top of negative lists is moving from the sublime to the ridiculous.

From the Associated Press

The federal government also released estimates of driving under the influence of illicit drugs. The rates were highest in the District of Columbia, 7 percent; Rhode Island, 6.8 percent; and Massachusetts, 6.4 percent.

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Meh. Driving stoned is still safer than being between a Barrington teen and a liquor store.

Posted by: Greg at April 23, 2008 2:04 PM

Well, THIS one at least is easy to understand. We're all so exasperated with our state & local gov't and having to work extra to pay our taxes that we turn to illicit drugs to relieve the stress.

Posted by: Monique at April 23, 2008 10:08 PM

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