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Should we have health warnings on alcohol?

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posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 06:59 PM
reply to post by paraphi

Sorry I will not chill out. If people choose to drink responsibly I do not care. However given the vast destruction to families and individuals from alcohol abuse, not even bringing up drunk drivers, no I will not chill out. I will raise my voice and shout to the heavens.

posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 03:42 AM
reply to post by Iamschist

Why sulley my bottle of wine with health warnings. In the UK they already have advisory notices on the number of units etc in alcholic drinks. That’s good enough.

Yes, you should chill out. People already know the dangers of alcholoism and are not going to pay heed to health warnings. The way to tackle alcohol abuse is to treat people like adults, rather than treat them like children. Good public health and education which start in schools. There is too much mollycuddling from the State already.


posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 04:45 AM
Anyone who doesn't know that drinking too much all the time is bad for you, they are retarted. Same goes for smoking.
OK I get it. smoking is bad for your health. I don't need 80% of the pack to be labeled with 'shocking and disturbing' info and images that are over a decade old to remind me. Is not something you forget, like duh.. 'What!?!? You actually mean that these things are BAD for you and could very well possibly KILL YOU!!!!!
OH They better put giant obnoxious health warning labels on my whiskey now, because otherwise I won't know any better!!!!!

posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 09:42 PM

Ads and age-restricted products should NOT be assessable
for brain-washing or conditioning under-age kids !
Same should be for lottery advertizements, they should be hidden
from view just as cigarets.
I seen one commercial using super hero's, shown along with
kid's early morning t.v. programing, this is just wrong in so many ways.
. . . but the government is ok with it because they get their
share of the profits.

Yes I want to see a warnings and picts on ads and labels, like
homeless people who lost their shirts etc. ;
Same with any gut rot hard liqueur,
And definitely health warnings and picts on the doors of military
recruitment centers.


edit on 3/3/13 by ToneDeaf because: (no reason given)

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