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Alcohol More Harmful than heroin,cocaine

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#21 Lord of the Sword

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 07:21 PM

View PostAnnibal, on 02 November 2010 - 04:30 PM, said:

D: But that would include me! Remind me to never have a beer around you, LotS! ;D

Hhhhmmmm. Oh very well then. I guess we can make it "2 beers means call for death penalty"...LOL. ;)

As for getting drunk around me goes...I have some friends who do drink...come to think of it, they both drink more then 2 beers...damn, alright, guess no death penalty for beer...lol. I really don't enjoy being around people who are drunk. I can't stand their behaviour, the overpowering smell of alcohol. People who drink but don't get sloshed, who only have a few...I can tolerate that, to an extent.
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#22 Bad Wolf

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 03:02 AM

View PostTricia, on 02 November 2010 - 02:04 PM, said:





I have little to no patience with drunks or people who imbide to the point of stupidity.  I have even less patience with those drunk fools I know and avoid, who think that being drunk means they can say whatever mean and hateful and dreadfully inappropriate things they want to and then claim not to remember their drunk ramblings.

Example--the drunk I mentioned in Saul's thread...the last time I was around him was at a BBQ and he told the most offensive racist sexual joke possible in front of not only children but it was a mixer of all neighbors including African Americans.  He was lucky that nobody kicked his butt and that was just the mamas in the group.  Of course, he didn't remember it :rolleyes:.

Believe it or not, black outs are REAL.  This in no way excuses or even a little bit lets people off the hook, but the blackouts are still REAL.

How do I know?

MUCH MUCH MUCH personal experience.
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#23 Tricia


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Posted 03 November 2010 - 09:31 AM

Oh I know that blackouts are real...

and mine is from personal experience of being around those who have had them.  

I figure those feelings expressed that they don't remember are in there somewhere deep inside them.  No filters or edit button when drunk.  So when they say those things I know that no matter how much they deny them later,  at least some part of them does feel that.

And it hurts.

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