You are not signed on; if you are a visitor please register for a free account!
|The Market Ticker Single Post Display (Show in context)||
User: Not logged on
|User Info||Drugs And Hypocrisy; entered at 2019-06-10 14:53:49|
Registered: 2012-04-19 South of Canada
Based on the number of breweries, craft cocktail lounges, wineries, liquor stores, etc. it surely seems that the vast majority out there are regular drinkers. Not denying the stats but where are all these teetotalers? Booze today seems more pervasive than ever. They put a bar in my local movieplex of all things. |
There was a time in my life when I was probably putting down more than 15 drinks/week. Vividly remember in college getting a 24 pack on Thursday and by Sunday evening it was gone. No telling how many were drank by drop-in friends and such but the majority was me. But even at those levels there was never a time when I was putting down 10 drinks per day every day. I imagine that top 10% probably goes up like a hockey stick when graphed going from the heavy drinker to full blown boozehound status.
I've cut back considerably since then (and drink more quality than quantity now) but in the words of Brett Kavanaugh, "I like beer."