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Thread: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    What a dumb comment! Sure it is legal to order a 3 year old a gin martini, do you honestly think the kid would drink it? I remember getting a sip of beer from my old man when I was like 6 or something and thought it was the most ridiculous tasting stuff in the world. Honestly, what parent would order their 3 year old a martini? You sir are dumb.

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    Growing up in Illinois I technically had to wait till I was 21 to drink. Drinking wasn't considered a huge deal, my mother is Irish, and the rule of the house was as long as I walk home and can make it to bed I'm fine, and if I am drunk call to let them know and spend the night somewhere. I was 13 years old, hanging out with the guys in the neighborhood. While everyone thought it was a huge thrill to go drinking, and they would binge drink at the opportunities they had. I would just drink socially, and never really got drunk. It wasn't a big thrill for me to drink because if I wanted I can have a beer at the house. When I turned 21 I had a few drinks, but didn't have the need to get drunk and sloppy. Drinking wasn't anything special. I hardly drink, only when with friends at the bar every couple weekends and normally I just nurse one or two double scotches and enjoy myself.
    Parents letting kids drink while supervised isn't some huge epidemic that needs laws to stop it. If you go to Ireland people most people know how to handle their liquor. If you make drinking a big deal then the kids will think it's a big deal and they will abuse it, if they learn it's nothing special and no big thrill then they learn how to handle it and respect it.


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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    This bill is a stupid waste of time. Isn't there a war going on? Maybe we should be focused on that.

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    Hey What are you all complaning about? Who put these people in office? You may have wanted change up there too. Look at the Whitehouse now we got a change. I support P.E.T.A. People eating tasty Animals :-(

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    I say there is nothing like a good puke fest with the dry heaves to teach a kid about drinking alcohol. Making a 18 year old wait until they are 21 is ridiculus.

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    >What a worthless waste of time. This has nothing to do with
    >drunk driving as the children wont be driving home anyway.
    >No amount of regulation is going to curb drunk driving. It
    >is always going to happen. Take a look at Utah, we have the
    >most ridiculous liquor laws out there and people still drink
    >and drive. Why would you want to ruin Wisconsin culture

    WOW So you want to teach kids to drink at a very young age ???
    What is wrong with you ?????? It should be 21 years old !!!!


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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    If 18 is old enough to vote and 18 is old enough to die for this country shouldnt it be ok to drink a beer.

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    Coldfront-

    youre right on the head there. My friend ratted me out after he dared me to smoke a cigarette. My parents were called and I had to smoke 2 menthol cigarettes that night. Puked my guts out all night, and never had the urge to smoke, except for a couple of days in the army. Man I learned my lesson well there. Wished they woulda done that about drinking.

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    RE: HURRY to belly up to the bar with your 3 year old

    "WOW So you want to teach kids to drink at a very young age ???
    What is wrong with you ?????? It should be 21 years old !!!!"

    Please tell me how many people you know are going to take their 12 year old or younger kid out to a bar and get them hammered? The thought is ridiculous, even for the most red necked family. By 16 most kids are going to have tried booze anyway, why not teach them to be responsible about it? This is an absolute waste of time/money to put effort into passing. I'd imagine very very few people even know this is legal, especially anyone under the age of 18.


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