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Originally posted by wondermost
its still shocking to me that a nineteen year old male or female(let them, not their numbered age determine if they are a man/woman or a child) can be shipped off to war, but cannot legally have an alcoholic drink in this country. people still make a big whoopty doo about some almost legal young adult getting busted drinking. haven't we all been there before? by all means, let him shed blood and die for his country though....... i dont know about this one.
Originally posted by ~widowmaker~
if the law was no one can go to war until 50 years of age, there wouldnt be many wars lol.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
**** Corrected from first impression/post - (Sorry OP... I keep forgetting BAN forces title)
I think USA Today needs to do some staff reviews when they can't seem to keep a kid straight from his father, the Senator. I'd almost wonder if it was a mistake....or a "slip". Absurd!
As far as the story? I'm thinking by his age...there is a flight attendant that needs arrested along side him? Who served the 19yr old alcohol on the flight? The article says maybe on the flight but he either boarded REAL drunk to still be toasty by landing, I'm thinking....or someone served a minor. Ooooops.edit on 7-1-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
reply to post by gangdumstyle
So he has a son has been drinking beer so what of it? when i was a teenager i was drinking to but not that much.