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  • follow my finger with your eyes.

  • Don't pick me up.

  • I'm getting flashbacks sometimes.

  • Tequila.

  • Sometimes it's fine.

  • A little whiskey.

  • A little box.

  • You look at this face, everyone intimidating e got you.

  • Learn that on.

  • Like while you're copper, You are talking way too much.

  • Was drunk.

  • I'm Jim.

  • Where does former law enforcement?

  • 12 years Today.

  • I'm gonna try and figure out who's drunk.

  • Come down here for sure.

  • You do drink radio?

  • That's okay.

  • Yeah, I do too, When I'm off work.

  • Makes sense.

  • Yeah.

  • What you drink of choice?

  • A little whiskey Lavaka.

  • That's what The mixed?

  • No, no.

  • Everything depends on what day of the week it is.

  • Whether you make summer night Monday, you mix Friday makes the rest of time, you know, it makes sense.

  • So how did you get to work today?

  • I drove.

  • Yeah, And you're driving home.

  • You sure?

  • How far away do you live?

  • About 17 miles.

  • O kind of our.

  • That's quite the track.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Thank you for your cooperation, Blake.

  • How about you?

  • Yeah.

  • Making you nervous.

  • I mean it.

  • No more than any other interrogation.

  • I think this is an interview.

  • Not in it.

  • And you?

  • Would you like an interrogation?

  • That sound?

  • I don't know the difference.

  • Well, one is me being nice cop on the others, being bad cop, you know, it might be good for the video.

  • Yeah, well, it's really not my nature of kind of a I'm officer friendly most of the time.

  • Okay.

  • So unless I need to not be do I need to not be?

  • I mean, I think you got a pretty good crowd over here.

  • Think everybody's cool.

  • You look at this face, everyone intimidating.

  • Yeah, I got you.

  • Did you learn that?

  • I'm, like, why you work up?

  • You are talking way too much.

  • You realize that, right?

  • I've never been interrogated by a cop before.

  • I haven't been able to.

  • It is you're talking more than I am.

  • How am I supposed to interrogate or even interview if you're talking more than I use my bad Europe?

  • I'm done.

  • Thanks, man.

  • Scar.

  • Come on down here for me, please.

  • I got this.

  • You've done this before?

  • Not just getting practice, okay?

  • Just waiting to be ready for next time up.

  • Why do they call you scar?

  • Well, you see my face because of the scar on your face.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Was drunk.

  • Yeah.

  • Five yet.

  • So it's on me.

  • What's your drink of choice?

  • We'll get some vitamin water right now.

  • You know what I do?

  • Make some good pruno, by the way.

  • No, you do it.

  • Yeah.

  • Where'd you learn that?

  • Um, use potatoes.

  • Was in the Boy Scouts.

  • Okay, get your pruno badge, the use potatoes.

  • But he's gonna have a kick speed up the process.

  • Yeah.

  • Sugar should get lots of slides of sugar.

  • Okay, You blink.

  • I always bring It's how I keep my eyes moist.

  • All right.

  • Come on down.

  • Oh, yes.

  • We'll save the best for last.

  • Right?

  • What's your drink of choice When you, uh, partake sometimes tequila.

  • Sometimes it's wine.

  • Kind of depends on the night kind of night.

  • Was it today today?

  • So not yet.

  • Only she only drink at night.

  • Yeah, otherwise I'd be drinking at work.

  • Do we favour?

  • Stand right over there for me.

  • Okay.

  • And face may put your feet together, heels and toes and senator side.

  • Okay.

  • You see my finger.

  • I want you to focus on my finger right here.

  • Okay.

  • I want you to follow with your eyes in your eyes only.

  • Don't move your head.

  • OK, OK.

  • Do we favour be John, Touch the tip of my finger.

  • Perfect.

  • That's where I want you to watch.

  • There's three acceptable tests in law enforcement for deciding if for at least administering these tests to determine if somebody's in compared or not.

  • It's the one leg stand, the walk in turn and nystagmus test.

  • You could smile, and the best part about this is you're not getting arrested.

  • You could smile, smile.

  • You want to take you off of my back?

  • No, I'm just kidding.

  • I stand right over there.

  • It's Spencer.

  • Same thing for it.

  • Please heels and toes together.

  • Really jarring fields.

  • We're not doing the whole field sobriety test.

  • We're not.

  • I'm just just looking at your eyes by looking at a person's eyes and having them fall my finger on.

  • The more you drink, the higher your B a.

  • C, the more pronounced that nystagmus is, and I say this is the involuntary jerking of your eyes.

  • The motion, Um, so when following my finger, when I take the I alway out to the edge on both sides, that's when you can see it you don't.

  • I I stepped away.

  • I didn't ask you to look at you thinking you're controlling things.

  • They're all like, Yeah.

  • How'd you get to work today?

  • Are you getting home driving?

  • I'm sure you need what we taser Blake Blake again?

  • You've done this?

  • Not just kidding.

  • Yeah, you have a cop friend.

  • He's done it in a bar.

  • Uh, no.

  • It was a real cop doing it to me, but it was like I think he just decided pretty quickly I wasn't.

  • That's good.

  • Yeah, It was, like, the first thing I already know whether these two are not so it's just now it's just a process of elimination, right?

  • You get itself.

  • And I'm not even doing this on the full way now, just so can you do me a favor?

  • Got what?

  • You put your feet together like that.

  • Hands Daddy side.

  • Okay, don't start yet, okay?

  • Not until I tell you to.

  • OK?

  • When I ask you to, I'm gonna have you lift your foot.

  • Whichever one you want, OK?

  • About six inches off the ground at the height of a coke can point your toe, stare, trato and count.

  • 12 2003 1000 4 1005 and so on.

  • It's a time to maneuver.

  • I'll tell you.

  • I'll tell you when to stop.

  • Okay?

  • Okay.

  • It's not It's not.

  • It's not a pass fail thing.

  • That's just an observation.

  • You understand?

  • How high do account?

  • So I tell you.

  • You ready?

  • You may begin.