posted on May, 13 2010 @ 09:08 PM
Don't know why I'm even posting to this topic because everybody on here is frickin nuts. But what the hey, I'll throw my cashews into the bowl
If a person walks into a bar and orders a beer, the bartender may ask for ID to prove age. If that person is underage, or can't prove one way or the
other, he gets thrown out of the bar.
If a person walks into a bar and orders a beer, the bartender may serve him without asking for ID. If that person turns out to be underage,
regardless of whether or not the bartender suspected him of being underage, the bartender can be arrested if caught.
Now on the other hand, if a person walks into a bar and orders a beer, the bartender asks for ID, the person provides valid ID proving he is old
enough to drink, he gets served his frosty beer and enjoys it in the dim light of the cozy establishment.
Three situations, all completely different, all perfectly understandable, all perfectly enforceable. Guess I don't understand why we have all this
nonsense being fought over. If this was a group of minors trying to fight bartenders from "profiling" them because they look young, it would be the
If you are here legally, show your ID to the nice officer, and go have a beer. If not, well the bouncer at the door will try and not let the door hit
your ass on the way out.