A press release from McDivitt
is in my inbox, so it must mean there's a reason to drink up and be driven home on the law firm's dime. And look at that: Though you wouldn't know it from the fact most of your Facebook friends have probably already appeared in costume somewhere, Halloween
will not actually happen until this Thursday. So that's when you want to get drunk about it.
In any case, when that happens between 10 p.m on Oct. 31 and 3 a.m. on Nov. 1, call Yellow Cab
or City Cab
— as long as you're going home, not to another watering hole — and tell them Mike McDivitt
has you covered.
And considering that last year
, El Paso County
reported more than 2,730 arrests for driving under the influence, with an average
blood-alcohol content of .167 — roughly seven drinks
for a 160-pound person — we really hope you will if you need to.
If you're not sure whether you need to, you have either failed to know thyself, or you need the calculating power of the Colorado Department of Transportation
app, which will also help you get a cab.
Barring all that, try Designated Driver of Colorado Springs