If you don’t use public transportation and undertake to have too many drinks in every bar», you can call these guys.
Born of a noble cause,1 Zingo exists in the interstice between municipal financial interest, motor vehicle safety, and alcohol abuse awareness, what Althusser would recognize as a materialization of ideology.
The man who runs Zingo out of their headquarters in Atlanta has special motivation[. . . .] Years ago, he was driving drunk and killed his best friend, so he sees Zingo as a way to make amends.