Stanley Kobierowski (not pictured) is apparently a bit of drinker and a bad decision-maker. After Rhode Island police arrested him for crashing into a sign, Stanley blew a 0.491 BAC on the breathalyzer — more than six times the Rhode Island limit of 0.08. That's a state record, by the way. To put Stanley's inebriation into perspective, a blood alcohol level of 0.3 is considered blitzed, 0.4 brings unconsciousness and 0.5 is a fatal dose. Our Polish friend here was not only not comatose, but cruising around and running into things — fortunately, nothing living. Bad Stanley, bad! [ABCNews, Photo Credit: EnglishRussia]
My wife went to the hospital in January with a .300 BAC. It almost killed her. I stayed by her bedside all night as doctors kept elevating her bed back and forth to keep her blood pressure up. The blood pressure alarm was going off all night...I couldn't sleep. Also, she had her wedding ring switched and didn't even know because she was so hammered. She was only supposed to be going to Disneyland with a girlfriend. I left her for 4 months after that, but now we are giving it another try. It's not easy to trust someone after that especially when she still drinks a lot.