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What sort of mentality do the morons that make a fuss over something like this actually have?
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legend!
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Owned. Drink driving is epic.
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haha i love James May, he really should be prime minister
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What type of people complain about this?
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ut speaking today from his London home, May defended the footage, saying the pair were "hundreds of miles" from the nearest road - and that they deserved their treat.
Well, had the two careered into an Eskimo, I'm sure there would have been some big whitewash, and the tragic victim would receive some sort of payout.
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Yes, what sort of people complain about drink driving? Really....
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apprarently someone also made a complaint about that episode as they did not distinuish between the north pole and the magnetic north pole....
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(Original post by Kater Murr)
I read this as "Complete legend, I want to PM him."
well good for you, you managed to read my post the way i meant it to be read.
so if you can figure it out maybe everyone else can aswell and saves me the hassle of using correct grammer.
as you can tell i hate english.
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Thats nothing, journalists were told off by james when they wrote about how gay he was with jeremy
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Yeah drink driving; it's PC gone mad, just like hitting your wife or owning an unregistered firearm.
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(Original post by mipmapped)
Yeah drink driving; it's PC gone mad, just like hitting your wife or owning an unregistered firearm.
not really.
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Not that this is either a sensible criticism of the show or an example of "PC", but I just love how the Daily Mail commenters are a living parody of themselves. First web article response: "It's political correctness gone mad!" Of course it is, dear.
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What type of people complain about this?

Maybe someone whos' child has been killed by a drink driver perhaps
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(Original post by Guy Secretan)
Maybe someone whos' child has been killed by a drink driver perhaps
now we feel guilty
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not really.
It's indefensible.
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(Original post by mipmapped)
It's indefensible.
again not really. its defensible when there hundreds of miles from anything
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incase anyone has forgotten
It is still legal to drive after having a drink. It's excessive drinking that is illegal. 1 gin and tonic would not put you over the limit. (I can't remember if they had more than one)

Where they were there were no driving regulations. So they were not breaking any laws.
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(Original post by Daily Fail)
Top Gear's James May tells BBC Trust to 'sod off' show is rapped for 'glamorising drink-driving'
Who is Spain? Why is Hitler? When is right? Ho-ho beriberi. Balls!
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(Original post by Luize)
incase anyone has forgotten
It is still legal to drive after having a drink. It's excessive drinking that is illegal. 1 gin and tonic would not put you over the limit. (I can't remember if they had more than one)

Where they were there were no driving regulations. So they were not breaking any laws.
and they were in international waters if they wanted they could have taken heroin, married a horse, drove on the wrong side of the ice anything, who said they didnt?
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