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Title: Cory's Out.
Post by: NFLYoungboy on January 09, 2018, 08:42:06 PM
For those who care, Sk8rat posted this clip, claiming this was from a week ago. Could be wrong, but if this is the case, I'm torn between being stoked to see he's skating and doing okay, and cringing at the thought of how his life's going to play out from now on. Thoughts? Comments?

https://www.instagram.com/p/BdwPM3XBzSc/
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DannyDee on January 09, 2018, 08:46:55 PM
Just glad to see him back on a board and trying to live a normal life. No idea what is happening with the court proceedings. I'm pretty sure he was granted bail immediately.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DCLOVE on January 09, 2018, 09:43:55 PM
Just glad to see him back on a board and trying to live a normal life. No idea what is happening with the court proceedings. I'm pretty sure he was granted bail immediately.

didn't someone post saying that he had no pending court dates maybe 2 weeks after? maybe it got dropped? nike got money and when your names on a shoe for them I'm sure that goes a little further.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DannyDee on January 09, 2018, 09:45:24 PM
Just glad to see him back on a board and trying to live a normal life. No idea what is happening with the court proceedings. I'm pretty sure he was granted bail immediately.

didn't someone post saying that he had no pending court dates maybe 2 weeks after? maybe it got dropped? nike got money and when your names on a shoe for them I'm sure that goes a little further.
I think stuff along those lines have been said, but I have no idea if its true.

If it was dropped that quick, my guess is his bloodwork came back below .08. Because I think at the scene he blew .10
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: doublesteveburger on January 09, 2018, 09:56:44 PM
stoked to see this.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: childhood on January 09, 2018, 10:02:38 PM
"The investigation into a fatal crash that left a 45-year-old man dead and a 26-year-old pro skateboarder facing a vehicular homicide charge continues.

Cory Kennedy appeared in court last Tuesday, but no charges have been filed in connection with the incident..."

http://www.vashonbeachcomber.com/news/probe-into-cory-kennedy-crash-continues/

Everything I've read about it has said he hasn't actually been charged with anything. At least not yet anyway.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Fongstarr. on January 09, 2018, 10:03:52 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: soccer mom on January 09, 2018, 10:30:00 PM
stoked on this, I love Cory, super cool guy and he rip's,love p stone and i'm sure he's smiling down on Cory out skating, doing the p stone laugh when ck1 pulls something crazy/random out of nowhere and rides away.
 good luck Cory
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: mynameisnotjeff on January 09, 2018, 10:30:47 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder.
Would be a great thing to see, but he's probably need therapy that was a gnarly life-changing event

Didn't someone say that P-Stone's family wasn't gonna press charges or something (haven't really been on that thread)
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: iKobrakai on January 09, 2018, 10:46:48 PM
I don't really see how a hard sentence would help, but sure as fuck this leads to a change i his habits.

Hard to say. I mean, there is zero exuse for driving wasted.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: badfomyhealth on January 09, 2018, 10:52:38 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on January 09, 2018, 11:04:44 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: metsuri on January 09, 2018, 11:07:41 PM
I don't really see how a hard sentence would help, but sure as fuck this leads to a change i his habits.

Hard to say. I mean, there is zero exuse for driving wasted.

This. He's has to live with this shit everyday anyway, that would be enough for anyone. Good to see him skating.

It's hard to imagine he would get off scot-free from this, as in he wouldn't be charged at all? But it's been like 4 months, shouldn't he have been charged by now, even if the court proceedings haven't started yet?
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: andocom on January 09, 2018, 11:12:24 PM
P-Stones family wouldn't have much of a say in regards to criminal charges unless things are wildly different in the states, also surely he would charged with something wouldn't he, didn't he have THC in his system? Maybe not the full on vehicular manslaughter but I would have though he would have been charged with something.

Regardless good to see him free and skating, I think that could help his recovery.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Fongstarr. on January 09, 2018, 11:23:49 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder.
Would be a great thing to see, but he's probably need therapy that was a gnarly life-changing event

Didn't someone say that P-Stone's family wasn't gonna press charges or something (haven't really been on that thread)

Therapy is never a bad thing. I think a lot of skaters could use therapy. Perhaps to ease his conscious more, he should help P-Stone's family financially. I think jail time is sort of unnecessary but that's just not how the justice system works. 4 months or however time isn't the end of the world.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: badfomyhealth on January 09, 2018, 11:33:22 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Get fired up on January 10, 2018, 12:20:20 AM
Stoked to see Cory out skating, one of my favorites for sure.  I’m sure the last thing P-Stone would have wanted was for Cory to stop skateboarding. 
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DannyDee on January 10, 2018, 12:25:31 AM
P-Stones family wouldn't have much of a say in regards to criminal charges unless things are wildly different in the states, also surely he would charged with something wouldn't he, didn't he have THC in his system? Maybe not the full on vehicular manslaughter but I would have though he would have been charged with something.

Regardless good to see him free and skating, I think that could help his recovery.
They could probably ask for leniency at sentencing. But, its unlikely an elected DA would not press charges due to the family not asking for charges. They after to view the macro issue, and if they let him off and he did something stupid again like drink and drive that results in another death (just talking in general, not about Cory specifically) it would look really bad for all parties involved.

I don't think this is a major story outside the skateboarding community, so I just wonder if there was never a follow-up on the story by those local news outlets. I hope for Cory that he is in the clear, what he has to live with is terrible. I mean, we are talking about a guy who made a mistake that killed a close friend. Someone who had moved up to live near him and hang-out. He probably interacted with P-Stone's kids countless times, and I can't imagine that guilt.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: QueeferMadness on January 10, 2018, 03:23:23 AM
Just glad to see him back on a board and trying to live a normal life. No idea what is happening with the court proceedings. I'm pretty sure he was granted bail immediately.

didn't someone post saying that he had no pending court dates maybe 2 weeks after? maybe it got dropped? nike got money and when your names on a shoe for them I'm sure that goes a little further.
I think stuff along those lines have been said, but I have no idea if its true.

If it was dropped that quick, my guess is his bloodwork came back below .08. Because I think at the scene he blew .10

If he only blew .10 the accident would have happened at .00 just the same. .10 is like 2 tall boys
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Swithflip on January 10, 2018, 04:31:36 AM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder.
Would be a great thing to see, but he's probably need therapy that was a gnarly life-changing event

Didn't someone say that P-Stone's family wasn't gonna press charges or something (haven't really been on that thread)

Therapy is never a bad thing. I think a lot of skaters could use therapy. Perhaps to ease his conscious more, he should help P-Stone's family financially. I think jail time is sort of unnecessary but that's just not how the justice system works. 4 months or however time isn't the end of the world.

This!
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: SOTY on January 10, 2018, 06:24:40 AM
Y'all claiming to know what a stranger should be doing and what a dead man would've wanted... ???
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: schralp pal on January 10, 2018, 06:40:50 AM
great to see that clip
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Cherb on January 10, 2018, 07:00:15 AM
Is it wrong that I hope he doesn't get charged with anything because I think he's already been punished enough?
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: S. on January 10, 2018, 07:52:07 AM
When I read the title I thought Cory Duffel was out of the closet...
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: dstrytruitt on January 10, 2018, 08:12:38 AM
Y'all claiming to know what a stranger should be doing and what a dead man would've wanted... ???
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: planman on January 10, 2018, 08:19:02 AM
Any word on his sponsors?
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: hartpijn on January 10, 2018, 08:27:40 AM
Any word on his sponsors?

Pretty sure Girl said they were gonna have his back through all of this. He's also still on the Nike team page
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: BigManTing on January 10, 2018, 09:10:27 AM
Yeah, he's still got pro models on Girl coming out
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Ronald Wilson Reagan on January 10, 2018, 09:17:44 AM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.
Badformyhealth is a severe alcoholic, confirmed.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: louie the taurus on January 10, 2018, 09:21:39 AM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Witcheshit on January 10, 2018, 09:27:33 AM


Y'all claiming to know what a stranger should be doing and what a dead man would've wanted... ???
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: NFLYoungboy on January 10, 2018, 09:31:08 AM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)
If I was really in the scene like I am now back then, yeah. It's a shame how Ali's situation played out in retrospect, but them's be the shit breaks when alcohol get's involved.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: UggMugg on January 10, 2018, 10:20:32 AM
Y'all claiming to know what a stranger should be doing and what a dead man would've wanted... ???

why do ppl always says logical shit like this in a board called useless wooden toy banter
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: slappies on January 10, 2018, 10:24:27 AM
Y'all claiming to know what a stranger should be doing and what a dead man would've wanted... ???

why do ppl always says logical shit like this in a board called useless wooden toy banter

The name of the board doesn't imply logic can't be applied; the board isn't called "The Whacky Retard Cafe", though it probably actually should be.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Grind King Rims on January 10, 2018, 10:30:33 AM
When I read the title I thought Cory Duffel was out of the closet...
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Gary Ate My Peanuts on January 10, 2018, 10:31:58 AM

The name of the board doesn't imply logic can't be applied; the board isn't called "The Whacky Retard Cafe", though it probably actually should be.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: shit_for_brains on January 10, 2018, 10:32:16 AM
When I read the title I thought Cory Duffel was out of the closet...

I thought he was off Foundation and Hockey was ready to make him their Gino
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 10, 2018, 11:26:14 AM
Is it wrong that I hope he doesn't get charged with anything because I think he's already been punished enough?

if he took out some other innocent folks in a different car then i think it would be universal that he needs to be punished but i think it's entirely different when the deceased is wasted and in the car with the person driving. it just becomes more of a tragic accident and less of a victim situation for a lot of people, myself included. my sister was in a similar situation, driving home from a late night club, everyone wasted and they crashed and one of the people died. no one got charged or went to prison and it was a tragic horrible thing but the survivors all had normal lives after and moved on with their lives. i don't think the story would be any better if my sisters life had got thrown away and note that i don't really care for my sister and haven't talked to her in years so i'm not just saying that out of family bias.

i guess another way of looking at it is say that p stone lived but they ran into another car an innocent people in that car died. for a lot of people, p stone would have some dirty on his hands too. it's like being an accessory on some level.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Tyroneshoelaces on January 10, 2018, 11:41:36 AM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Cherb on January 10, 2018, 12:33:31 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: new_york_shitty on January 10, 2018, 12:49:58 PM
"The Whacky Retard Cafe"

Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Get fired up on January 10, 2018, 01:04:23 PM


The name of the board doesn't imply logic can't be applied; the board isn't called "The Whacky Retard Cafe", though it probably actually should be.
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“The Whacky Retard Cafe” is definetly somewhere I would want to hang out. 
Sounds like a good time.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: badfomyhealth on January 10, 2018, 01:29:32 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.
Badformyhealth is a severe alcoholic, confirmed.

:))
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: andocom on January 10, 2018, 03:02:39 PM
Is it wrong that I hope he doesn't get charged with anything because I think he's already been punished enough?

if he took out some other innocent folks in a different car then i think it would be universal that he needs to be punished but i think it's entirely different when the deceased is wasted and in the car with the person driving. it just becomes more of a tragic accident and less of a victim situation for a lot of people, myself included. my sister was in a similar situation, driving home from a late night club, everyone wasted and they crashed and one of the people died. no one got charged or went to prison and it was a tragic horrible thing but the survivors all had normal lives after and moved on with their lives. i don't think the story would be any better if my sisters life had got thrown away and note that i don't really care for my sister and haven't talked to her in years so i'm not just saying that out of family bias.

i guess another way of looking at it is say that p stone lived but they ran into another car an innocent people in that car died. for a lot of people, p stone would have some dirty on his hands too. it's like being an accessory on some level.

Wait, your sister was drink driving, crashed and killed an occupant in the car and wasn't charged? Why not?

I was in an car accident when I was at university, my homie came to pick myself and my brother up from the bar which he had also been drinking at, we were all wasted & hit a tree. I broke my back and leg, brother lost his spleen and the driver almost lost his leg, metal plates in his head etc. I didn't hold it against my friend, I knew the risks and got in the car although I was telling him to slow down.

He was charged after blood sample was taken at the hospital, if someone had died that takes it to a different level again.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: raji on January 10, 2018, 03:14:12 PM
saw the title and and thought that thread would be about corey duffle coming out...good luck too corey k though, shit must be rough!
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tobey on January 10, 2018, 03:54:14 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.

Cory's recent footage has been raging
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 10, 2018, 04:13:28 PM
Is it wrong that I hope he doesn't get charged with anything because I think he's already been punished enough?

if he took out some other innocent folks in a different car then i think it would be universal that he needs to be punished but i think it's entirely different when the deceased is wasted and in the car with the person driving. it just becomes more of a tragic accident and less of a victim situation for a lot of people, myself included. my sister was in a similar situation, driving home from a late night club, everyone wasted and they crashed and one of the people died. no one got charged or went to prison and it was a tragic horrible thing but the survivors all had normal lives after and moved on with their lives. i don't think the story would be any better if my sisters life had got thrown away and note that i don't really care for my sister and haven't talked to her in years so i'm not just saying that out of family bias.

i guess another way of looking at it is say that p stone lived but they ran into another car an innocent people in that car died. for a lot of people, p stone would have some dirty on his hands too. it's like being an accessory on some level.

Wait, your sister was drink driving, crashed and killed an occupant in the car and wasn't charged? Why not?

I was in an car accident when I was at university, my homie came to pick myself and my brother up from the bar which he had also been drinking at, we were all wasted & hit a tree. I broke my back and leg, brother lost his spleen and the driver almost lost his leg, metal plates in his head etc. I didn't hold it against my friend, I knew the risks and got in the car although I was telling him to slow down.

He was charged after blood sample was taken at the hospital, if someone had died that takes it to a different level again.

sorry to hear about your wreck, that sounds crazy.

maybe she got lucky, it was a bad wreck and the all were pretty badly injured and got taken to the hospital and i think they ever even made her blow. it could have also been that she wasn't over the legal alcohol limit. it was a late night club that people did a lot of drugs at so could have been high but not drunk.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Hairy Ballsagna on January 10, 2018, 04:29:20 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.

Cory's recent footage has been raging

No, it really hasn't. Do you think that because of his zany outfits?
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: givecigstosurfgroms on January 10, 2018, 04:35:24 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
  It only sounds to me like he was suggesting it was a free country and that drinks aren't evil.  Even if you messed up you needn't be barred for life by the guilt police.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: NickDagger on January 10, 2018, 04:38:26 PM
Honestly I feel like it may be really hard NOT to have a drink or do drugs with the weight of what happened... but yeah he should definitely go sober.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tobey on January 10, 2018, 05:04:27 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.

Cory's recent footage has been raging

No, it really hasn't. Do you think that because of his zany outfits?

I think more of the news documenting his story about his latest stuff is a pretty clear case of alcoholism. But yeah def the zany outfits

Me being an actual alcoholic and im sure others on here who had drug or alcohol abuse problems can tell you yeah we probably all had driven when we shouldn't of because we fucking suck. Normal drinkers usually don't do that. That's why the courts make you go to AA after a DUI. Normal drinkers are unselfish and usually don't drive after a few beers, even if they aren't even drunk. They know its not a risk worth taking.

Me and other pieces of shit don't give a fuck about that and just want to make sure our car is home because we don't want to deal with that the next day
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: SonictheHedgehog on January 10, 2018, 05:27:54 PM
People make mistakes, wishing Cory the best as he handles this life changing event.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Fecal Fury on January 10, 2018, 05:32:49 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder.

+1
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Gay Imp Sausage Metal on January 10, 2018, 08:24:45 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.
Just because it hasn't been well documented doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Maybe it would be okay for him to have a beer every once and while (if he is even able to do that?) but personally, and yes everyone deals with this shit differently, I don't know how he could enjoy doing so knowing that alcohol was a big factor in the death of one of his good friends.
Dude's logo was a face on a beer can? Yes, and drew, grecs and Ellington all used to label themselves pissdrunx but that doesn't mean people can't change. I honestly doubt that if he had a near death experience and escaped the accident he'd be as vocal about his love for the drink. All speculation of course but still...
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Francis Xavier on January 10, 2018, 08:35:39 PM
I hope he goes sober from all this and just kills it at skating. I think the biggest tribute to P-Stone would just to continue to be a proper skateboarder and grill master.
you don't hope he gets sober???

Going sober isn't changing what happened, just don't drink and drive anymore. IMO going sober isn't a way of paying respect for the guy or fixing anything.. Dudes logo was his face on beer can.

If he wants to go sober cheers to him, but grabbing a beer every now and then to remember a homie you drank with isn't bad either.

Sober or not I'd still watch his skating.

this is basically exactly what some people said in regards to Ali and Antwuan.  The lack of awareness and overall stupidity of this comment is astounding.
Well I mean there alcoholism was well documented. Cory's hasn't been even close to the same if he even is an alcoholic.

Cory's recent footage has been raging

No, it really hasn't. Do you think that because of his zany outfits?

I think more of the news documenting his story about his latest stuff is a pretty clear case of alcoholism. But yeah def the zany outfits

Me being an actual alcoholic and im sure others on here who had drug or alcohol abuse problems can tell you yeah we probably all had driven when we shouldn't of because we fucking suck. Normal drinkers usually don't do that. That's why the courts make you go to AA after a DUI. Normal drinkers are unselfish and usually don't drive after a few beers, even if they aren't even drunk. They know its not a risk worth taking.

Me and other pieces of shit don't give a fuck about that and just want to make sure our car is home because we don't want to deal with that the next day
I've been that dude, and went up a curb,dodged a tree, and then rolled into my driveway with two flats on one side of my car...oh, and I was already on my block. Dumbest shit I had done. As said before, Cory has a long road ahead of him on top of his mental game.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: JumpManShorty on January 10, 2018, 08:50:45 PM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)

This makes me think and I'm suprised everyone looked over this post.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Little Debbie on January 10, 2018, 09:28:04 PM
I hope for the best and expect the worst in this situation. Cory has a lot of amazing skating yet to come in his life, but he will also need some serious support and guidance to be able to live up to what he is capable of, which I agree would be likely what Preston would have wanted
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: RoaryMcTwang on January 11, 2018, 01:14:03 AM
stoked to see this.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: givecigstosurfgroms on January 11, 2018, 06:06:04 AM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)

This makes me think and I'm suprised everyone looked over this post.
  I don't know what this means but I never said shit about Ali in that scenario, fuckin shit happens.  What is the good in finding a villain in that situation in the aftermath?  Nothing would get me on the back of that dudes bike -just looks like a bad idea.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Get fired up on January 11, 2018, 09:01:59 AM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)

This makes me think and I'm suprised everyone looked over this post.
  I don't know what this means but I never said shit about Ali in that scenario, fuckin shit happens.  What is the good in finding a villain in that situation in the aftermath?  Nothing would get me on the back of that dudes bike -just looks like a bad idea.

The topic of Ali and Shane has been gone over many times on here. Most reasonable people feel Shane, like P-Stone, was partly to blame, he was drunk, and he got on the bike of someone who was clearly wasted. Yes Ali is also to blame, but he went to jail, fucked himself physically and , just like Cory, will have live knowing he unintentionally killed his friend. The guilt is propbably the worst punishment, but if you get in/on a vehicle where the driver is drunk you assume some of the responsibility. There are lots of similarities between these two situations.
Personally I wish the best for both Ali and Cory, I am fans of both of their skating.  Ali seem pretty fucked but hopefully Cory can move forward and not let this destroy him.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: JusticeAbberdash on January 11, 2018, 10:48:50 AM
Once my two buddies showed up at my place wasted and wanted me to go hang out down the road. I agreed and got in, not even a kilometre down the road we almost hit the ditch. I made them drop me back off at my place and they sped away together. A hour or two later they crashed and one of them couldn't walk for a long time (no deaths luckily).

I feel responsible to this day, for not stopping them or taking the keys, etc.. I didn't stop them because I drank and drove tons of times, but not wanting to feel like a hypocrite is no excuse.

Basically, just being near people that are drinking and driving brings bad things. Without the law or anyone else getting involved, punishment is doled out by everyones conscience that was there that day. I feel terrible for my part in that event, and my story is 1/100th of what CK experienced.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tura on January 11, 2018, 11:05:42 AM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

More interestingly-
1- Someone drives drunk. crash. No death
2- Someone drives drunk. Crash. Death.
If the actions of person 1 and 2 are the same, but the outcomes are dramatically different due to outside variables, should persons 1 and 2 be held to different degrees of responsibility?

Death happens, often as a result of the dumb, casually reckless shit a lot of us do regularly. A valid argument exists that we shouldn't take risks at all, but that brings up the spectrum of risk taking, within which both extremes are as absurd and destructive as each other.

Unfortunately, legality necessarily requires a certain level of rigidity in order to function, and intention is too formless and open to interpretation to apply. Because of this lack of clarity, it is the results of actions that become priority.

But in the case of morality - the only standpoint with any validity outside of courts - I think it's intention that matters. I don't think person 2 is any more of a villain than person 1.

I guess what I mean is I hope this doesn't ruin Cory's life, because people have done dumber shit and gotten away with it.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: AitchBeeGayBuh on January 11, 2018, 12:55:02 PM
Death happens, often as a result of the dumb, casually reckless shit a lot of us do regularly.
This scares me when I look back at alot of the stuff I've had close calls with (some my fault, some not) and wonder why I'm still here and some aren't.

Not a paralegal or anything but I think they have a year to charge him.

There's been cases of people drunk driving getting into accidents that's not even their fault, then getting charged just cuz they were "driving under the influence".

That's messed up.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Hevonen on January 11, 2018, 01:02:28 PM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

More interestingly-
1- Someone drives drunk. crash. No death
2- Someone drives drunk. Crash. Death.
If the actions of person 1 and 2 are the same, but the outcomes are dramatically different due to outside variables, should persons 1 and 2 be held to different degrees of responsibility?

Death happens, often as a result of the dumb, casually reckless shit a lot of us do regularly. A valid argument exists that we shouldn't take risks at all, but that brings up the spectrum of risk taking, within which both extremes are as absurd and destructive as each other.

Unfortunately, legality necessarily requires a certain level of rigidity in order to function, and intention is too formless and open to interpretation to apply. Because of this lack of clarity, it is the results of actions that become priority.

But in the case of morality - the only standpoint with any validity outside of courts - I think it's intention that matters. I don't think person 2 is any more of a villain than person 1.

I guess what I mean is I hope this doesn't ruin Cory's life, because people have done dumber shit and gotten away with it.

If you drive drunk on a closed circuit by yourself and crash and die I don't care because it's your decision to risk your life, but if you're doing it in public you're risking the lives of random people and that's not your risk to take. Driving drunk puts innocent people's lives in danger and imo should be punished whether shit happens or not. The level of intoxication should define the degree of the punishment. Also the passengers are morally accountable if they let someone drive intoxicated.

I can't really say much about cory since I don't know how drunk he was or what actually caused the accident in the end. The turn where the accident happened looks pretty gnarly and it was night time so it could have happened even if he was sober if he was speeding or distracted by something
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Francis Xavier on January 11, 2018, 01:04:15 PM
My buddy crashed his friend's car drunk by turning fast on a wet street right into a tree,he knocked out, passenger broke his leg and one of the two in the back broke their arm. He spent a week in the hospital,then after he was out he immediately dealt with multiple court hearings and various charges until they settled on DUI and reckless driving etc. since no one was going to press charges on him. He served 20 days in jail, and wasnt able to drive legally for over a year,had a strict probation officer and fines up the ass,let alone guilt. He regrets it,but it was a huge reality check.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 11, 2018, 03:05:29 PM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

interesting question but also a really over simplified ivory tower way of looking at it.

i think knowing your limits is pretty important factor in all this. there's lots of people who know their limits and manage them well but the laws are written for the lowest common denominator. i think this is why the outcome matters in a lot of cases because it speaks to your inability to know your own limits.

also, alcohol effects a lot of people differently. if i have a few drinks i drive like a grand mother going to church but others get a few drinks and think its a great time to speed and drive like an asshole.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: givecigstosurfgroms on January 11, 2018, 03:20:14 PM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

interesting question but also a really over simplified ivory tower way of looking at it.

i think knowing your limits is pretty important factor in all this. there's lots of people who know their limits and manage them well but the laws are written for the lowest common denominator. i think this is why the outcome matters in a lot of cases because it speaks to your inability to know your own limits.

also, alcohol effects a lot of people differently. if i have a few drinks i drive like a grand mother going to church but others get a few drinks and think its a great time to speed and drive like an asshole.


 I hope you get caught.  Might save your life.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Gary Ate My Peanuts on January 11, 2018, 03:29:54 PM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

interesting question but also a really over simplified ivory tower way of looking at it.

i think knowing your limits is pretty important factor in all this. there's lots of people who know their limits and manage them well but the laws are written for the lowest common denominator. i think this is why the outcome matters in a lot of cases because it speaks to your inability to know your own limits.

also, alcohol effects a lot of people differently. if i have a few drinks i drive like a grand mother going to church but others get a few drinks and think its a great time to speed and drive like an asshole.


"I drive better when I'm high."
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tobey on January 11, 2018, 03:41:06 PM
Two scenarios -
1- Someone drives drunk, as many do regularly where I'm from. No crash, everybody lives
2- Someone drives drunk, crashes. Death.

Is person 2 more deserving of punishment than person 1? And if so, what is the purpose of the punishment?

interesting question but also a really over simplified ivory tower way of looking at it.

i think knowing your limits is pretty important factor in all this. there's lots of people who know their limits and manage them well but the laws are written for the lowest common denominator. i think this is why the outcome matters in a lot of cases because it speaks to your inability to know your own limits.

also, alcohol effects a lot of people differently. if i have a few drinks i drive like a grand mother going to church but others get a few drinks and think its a great time to speed and drive like an asshole.

It really doesn't matter how the law is written when it comes to drinking and driving in America.

Cory's case is kind of an example because apparently his blood alcohol was low but lets just have no names in my description.

If a person only had one or two beers (not drunk) and drove home and got into an accident with another person who didn't drink at all. The person who has been drinking is going to be at fault no matter what. Not saying that's right but that's how the courts/insurance companies are going to see it.

Just not worth it at all. My mom calls me to pick her up after she only drank 3 beers at most but then again she rarely drinks
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 11, 2018, 04:03:04 PM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tobey on January 11, 2018, 04:06:56 PM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.

I didn't say its uncommon. I just said what would happen if they got into an accident
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Willie on January 11, 2018, 04:18:39 PM
Impairment begins with the 1st drink and all but IIRC he blew under .10 which was legal until about 10 years ago. It's not like he was half a bottle of scotch in like some of these posts make it sound.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 12, 2018, 06:10:45 AM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.

I didn't say its uncommon. I just said what would happen if they got into an accident

oh no, i agree with what you said and it's a definite legal risk you take. they had a wreck in austin where a red light malfunction recently and two kids died when their mini van got t boned by a guy in a truck. if that guy had a few drinks before that he'd be fucked even if he was driving fine.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: perverted super otaku! on January 12, 2018, 06:59:51 AM
"driving fine" seems like kind of a meaningless state, you might be driving fine but if your taking something that depresses your central nervous system you will not be able to react as quickly to a surprise. You might not be swerving all over the road, but it still could effect your reaction to a split second situation.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 12, 2018, 09:00:53 AM
the point was a bit of an ivory tower hypothetical about all things being equal, meaning your reactions wouldn't make a difference, you'd be fucked. basically backing up tobey's point.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: essal on January 12, 2018, 09:34:23 AM
Impairment begins with the 1st drink and all but IIRC he blew under .10 which was legal until about 10 years ago. It's not like he was half a bottle of scotch in like some of these posts make it sound.
.1 is drunk. You're so impaired at that point that you have nothing to do behind the steering wheel of anything.

Here it's .02, which is pretty much 1 small beer and a few hours later you are (for the most part) legally allowed to drive.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: MeanestCleanestPenis on January 12, 2018, 09:37:05 AM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.

I live in Scotland and it is very uncommon now, especially if you live near any kind of civilization. 2 beers and you're over. Think it is a criminal offence now to rather than a traffic violation. Depending what you do you have a good chance of losing your job. I'm either walking, taxi or not drinking. I don't really think about a 30 minute walk home but I feel like lots of Americans wouldn't even consider that. If I've ever driven over it would have been the morning after.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: JumpManShorty on January 12, 2018, 06:51:30 PM
would you say the same about ali boulala? (back then)

This makes me think and I'm suprised everyone looked over this post.
  I don't know what this means but I never said shit about Ali in that scenario, fuckin shit happens.  What is the good in finding a villain in that situation in the aftermath?  Nothing would get me on the back of that dudes bike -just looks like a bad idea.

The topic of Ali and Shane has been gone over many times on here. Most reasonable people feel Shane, like P-Stone, was partly to blame, he was drunk, and he got on the bike of someone who was clearly wasted. Yes Ali is also to blame, but he went to jail, fucked himself physically and , just like Cory, will have live knowing he unintentionally killed his friend. The guilt is propbably the worst punishment, but if you get in/on a vehicle where the driver is drunk you assume some of the responsibility. There are lots of similarities between these two situations.
Personally I wish the best for both Ali and Cory, I am fans of both of their skating.  Ali seem pretty fucked but hopefully Cory can move forward and not let this destroy him.

Fair enough. Never seen the slap posts on Ali. Just a fuck load on YouTube comments saying shit that shouldn't be said.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 12, 2018, 08:22:28 PM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.

I live in Scotland and it is very uncommon now, especially if you live near any kind of civilization. 2 beers and you're over. Think it is a criminal offence now to rather than a traffic violation. Depending what you do you have a good chance of losing your job. I'm either walking, taxi or not drinking. I don't really think about a 30 minute walk home but I feel like lots of Americans wouldn't even consider that. If I've ever driven over it would have been the morning after.

oh cool, a lot of my in laws are from aberdine. i was actually in bali this summer for my sisters wedding and she was marying into a scotish family. never really got the vibe you are describing from them but you'd know better than me. they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

definitely not saying everyone should have a few and drive, i'm just saying that most of the people i know do it and i have a pretty spread out circle so it surprising to me that people are reacting like it's child porn or some other super taboo thing. to me it's closer to speeding.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Burt Ward on January 12, 2018, 08:39:07 PM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: tobey on January 12, 2018, 08:41:24 PM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.

No we do but usually I only see them during holiday drinking days. Very rare you will see them on a random night
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DannyDee on January 12, 2018, 08:51:07 PM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.

No we do but usually I only see them during holiday drinking days. Very rare you will see them on a random night
I would also guess they are a lot less likely to be present in rural communities.

A thing that gets forgotten in this, to the best of my knowledge, where Cory lived is only accessible by Ferry and then a car. Without public transportation or cabs, someone is way less likely to leave their car somewhere overnight and try to get home and pick up their car the next day. More likely, someone has one too many and thinks driving is the only option.

Where I live, you have too many beers, you leave your car where it is, hope you don't get a ticket and take a cab or the subway home.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Francis Xavier on January 12, 2018, 11:23:06 PM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.
Over here in the Orange Curtain,CA they can happen multiple times a week sometimes. They're easily avoidable if you know the area you're driving in and didn't have any drinks,but DUIs are handed out like lotto tickets here. That's a big reason Uber and Lyft do so well,with the exception of the irresponsible people that will drink and drive. A lot of people that have been charged with a DUI go party,but get a ride now.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Radbloke on January 13, 2018, 02:33:35 AM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.

No we do but usually I only see them during holiday drinking days. Very rare you will see them on a random night

It's not just at night in Australia. We get the booze bus parked up at the back of the school near my place on Wednesday mornings sometimes. You'd be shocked with the amount of mums blowing the breatho to bits dropping their kids off in the morning. They test for drugs too.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Sleazy on January 13, 2018, 06:09:55 AM
they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

Hold up. Do they not have roadside random breath testing in the U.S? if they didn't have that in Aus then I'd say HEAPS more people would drink and drive.

i've never seen it in the us by my wife and i don't go out late or partying or anything like that. red wine with dinner is raging for us.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: bawtawd5 on January 13, 2018, 06:50:28 AM
Checkpoints are common on rural highways leading out of big cities into smaller towns, only at night though. Ive experienced a handful. One was weird, I was drunk on a revoked, they just made me dump my extras and let me drive off. I thought it was a trick and they were gonna start shooting me when I rolled away.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: MeanestCleanestPenis on January 13, 2018, 07:18:01 AM
where the fuck do you guys live where it's uncommon for people to drive after having a few drink. you all have a work happy hour and everyone ubers home? get fuck outa here...

i have clients in tamps, san diego, san franciso who i travel to and there's always dinner and drinks. i went to bali this summer for a wedding, i've got family in australia and no matter where i'm at people have a few drinks and drive. acting like that doesn't happen is just naive.

I live in Scotland and it is very uncommon now, especially if you live near any kind of civilization. 2 beers and you're over. Think it is a criminal offence now to rather than a traffic violation. Depending what you do you have a good chance of losing your job. I'm either walking, taxi or not drinking. I don't really think about a 30 minute walk home but I feel like lots of Americans wouldn't even consider that. If I've ever driven over it would have been the morning after.

oh cool, a lot of my in laws are from aberdine. i was actually in bali this summer for my sisters wedding and she was marying into a scotish family. never really got the vibe you are describing from them but you'd know better than me. they also have super strict dui laws in western australia where my dad lives, they even do random road blocks where you have to blow but a lot of the people i know still roll the dice even there.

definitely not saying everyone should have a few and drive, i'm just saying that most of the people i know do it and i have a pretty spread out circle so it surprising to me that people are reacting like it's child porn or some other super taboo thing. to me it's closer to speeding.

Granite city folks. Nah, the thing is most Scottish folk are booze hounds so if they were given an opportunity where they could get away with it they would. Like my buddy never drink drives at home but now he lives in Morocco where you can bribe cops easy so he does it. But in country the consequences are so high and provision of taxis and public transport is decent enough folk don't risk it.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: andocom on January 15, 2018, 03:21:00 PM
Its funny how the perception/acceptance has changed over time. When I was 18 (long time ago) I remember getting pulled over by the cops out front of my house where we stopped while I went in to get some clothes to get into a club after a party. There was about 12 of us in the front/back a ute, all drunk including the driver. Cops puts him on the breathalyser, doesn't tell him what it read but made us all walk to the club, he was way over for sure as well as all the other issues with us in the back of a ute.

This was in a small rural town which is probably significant. But these days everyone would have been ticketed for sure. I've lost quite a few friends to drink driving so I guess its not a bad thing. I actually got alcohol & drug tested the other morning coming home from the skate park on a Saturday morning with my son.
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: DCLOVE on January 15, 2018, 04:08:33 PM
Impairment begins with the 1st drink and all but IIRC he blew under .10 which was legal until about 10 years ago. It's not like he was half a bottle of scotch in like some of these posts make it sound.
.1 is drunk. You're so impaired at that point that you have nothing to do behind the steering wheel of anything.

Here it's .02, which is pretty much 1 small beer and a few hours later you are (for the most part) legally allowed to drive.
  .02 is the legal limit for people over 18 but not old enough to drink legally in most u.s. states. Which I always thought was that it went up from 0 when you turn 18
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Tedd on January 15, 2018, 05:34:47 PM
New skate post <3
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bd-2PklH49X/?taken-by=jakevx1k
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: IHOP on January 15, 2018, 07:20:02 PM
Still blatantly skating anti heros.

I wonder if he even cares if he is on girl, or if they are the ones who care about having him. most likely the second one. 
Title: Re: Cory's Out.
Post by: Francis Xavier on January 15, 2018, 09:14:54 PM
Still blatantly skating anti heros.

I wonder if he even cares if he is on girl, or if they are the ones who care about having him. most likely the second one.
Girl/Crailtap doesn't even care about itself