Fairfax County Police in Virginia are showing up at bars, taking patrons outside, and giving them sobriety tests. If they fail, they <a href="http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=6551084&BRD=1898&PAG=461&dept_id=126522&rfi=6">are arrested on charges of public drunkenness.</a> That's right, you could just be sitting in a bar, minding your own business, not driving a car, and not even intending to drive a car, and you can still be arrested Richie Prisco was the general manager on duty at Champps in Reston's Plaza America on Sunset Hills Road on Thursday, Dec. 19, when he said police came into the bar and started taking patrons outside. "They were talking to one of the guests, then physically pulled him off the barstool," Prisco said. "They were really aggressive and nasty." Many states have a .08 limit now, and <a href="http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/druginfo/statebac.html">yours could be one of them. </a> Is the goal to prevent drunk driving or to prevent drinking in general? It sure looks like the latter to me. I thought Bloomberg was crazy, but Virginia takes the cake.