posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 02:23 AM
reply to post by ollncasino
We have warning labels all over the place here. There's the Surgeon Generals warning on our liqour bottles, then there's a health risk warning on
the wall or door in some restuarant bathrooms, ect....
From the OP link
• Drink sales in shops and supermarkets should be restricted to certain times, and alcohol products sold only in designated areas, to reduce
"pre-loading" – in which people drink cheaper shop-bought alcohol before going out
Here in Texas, liqour stores are open from only 10am-9pm, and closed on Sundays. You can buy beer and wine in grocery stores and gas stations, but the
law says sales must end at midnight, except for Saturday night/Sunday morning, which is 1am. Not sure when sales are allowed to re-open up. Im not a
• A hike in the price of high-strength products, such as certain wines, to discourage consumption
Wine is a "high-strength" product?......Not from what Im drinking.
Also for the warning labnels part. Im looking at the bottle of vodka im drinking, and see "Government Warning: (1) According the to Surgeon
General....blah blah blah."
Yes alcohol is dangerous, but it's your own choice to drink it, which I am now