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Booze kills roughly three times as many people per year than guns ....

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RicInOR, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. RicInOR

    RicInOR Washington County Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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  2. Chee-to

    Chee-to Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Ya but, death by guns is baaaad, while death by booze is not on the liberal progressive agenda...:confused::s0079::s0079::s0079::s0079::s0079:
     
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  3. albin25

    albin25 Lewiston Idaho Well-Known Member

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    Sounds to me there should be a ban on bottles that carry more than 10 ounces (7 in New York)

    Guinness = assault beer?
    Seagram's Black Velvet = assault rye?
    Black Russian = assault cocktail?

    Insulated mugs and/or "cozies"= ban the "cover thing that goes up"
    Beer mugs = ban due to the vertical grip
     
  4. cmica

    cmica puy Active Member

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    burrrrrrpppp!!
     
  5. soberups

    soberups Newberg Well-Known Member

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    If you cross the state line, you will need to pay an FBL (Federal Booze Licensee) $25 and get a background check before you buy a beer with your dinner.

    Serial numbers on all beer cans and wine bottles.

    All bottles containing alcohol will be equipped with electronic locks and"Smart bottle" technology will require you to wear a special electronic bracelet in order to get the bottle open.

    You can still drink at home but if you want to take a bottle of wine to a picnic or the beach you will need an "open container permit" that will cost you $200 in fees and background checks and it will only be good in your own state and a few others that reciprocate.

    California will require all beer cans to be microstamped with the purchaser's personal information.

    Even if you are flying to or from a state that you are licensed to drink wine in, you will be arrested and your wine bottle will be confiscated if you have it in your luggage and your flight has a layover in New Jersey.

    Your child will be expelled from school if he draws a picture of a beer can, and if any of his classmates see the picture then the school will go into lockdown and grief counselors will be on hand to help the children cope with the trauma.

    Vineyards will be surrounded by barbed wire fences and locked gates and out-of-state visitors will have to get an instant background check in order to close the "tasting-room loophole."