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Posted: 8/27/2001 3:53:21 PM EST
I'm not proud of it,but not a single day passes without a cold one in my hand!Bud is the brand.Average about a case a week.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 3:58:20 PM EST
Only on days that end in "Y".
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:00:51 PM EST
I try. It's a goal of mine. My favorite thing to do is wake up and just start drinking till noon, grab lunch and ride out the buzz for the rest of the night. [):)] NSF
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:03:11 PM EST
Yes, I do. I go through 2 1/2 cases a week or so. Not a good habit. It will hurt me over the long term. I'm 40 and have been doing it ever since I was in my early 20's. I know my days of popping a top are limited. The ole liver won't hold up much longer. Just make sure you maintain proper nutrition or you will kill your liver real fast.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:18:36 PM EST
I have been lately.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:23:47 PM EST
I have a much worse problem living w/o Mtn Dew. Even in college, we usually took Tuesdays off.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:27:12 PM EST
Sometimes the term"Too much is never enough"applies unfavorably.I don't give a damn,I love my brew!
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:34:20 PM EST
Yes, but who cares? If your not getting drunk everyday, beating your wife or kids or dog, or doing nothing but drinking, who cares. If your not hanging out at the bar every night instead of hanging out with your wife or family every night, who cares. If your not out getting drunk and getting behind the wheel, getting arrested, or messing up your career, than who cares? A case of beer a week IMO, ain't a bad thing. In Europe it's fairly common. It's called relaxing. Stress can kill you as well, a fact often overlooked. Studies have even shown that 3-5 beers (or the equivalent in wine) a night are good for you. So..... ?
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:44:56 PM EST
A couple of beers a day is not a problem. As long as you're not having to drink more every day to get some same affect. Relieving stress is a very important thing to do. It is the leading cause of illness and anxiety. A long term regular treatment of the correct herbs can help you to avoid ever having to do prescription drugs to counter the affect. Beer has herbs. Beer is good :) Dr. Retro approves.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 4:57:31 PM EST
Thanks for the input?,fella's.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 5:12:06 PM EST
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Link Posted: 8/27/2001 5:18:14 PM EST
My father knew Jackie Gleason,he used to drink every day(JG).But he wasent a drunk.Gleason touted,"drunks dont know why they drink" he said,"I drink to get drunk".I no longer drink on a regular basis.Saves me a G note a year easy.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 5:23:09 PM EST
Winston Churchill was a big, daily drinker. He led Great Britain though WWII fueled by a liter of brandy or whiskey each day. "I have taken much more out of alcohol than it has taken out of me."
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 6:16:26 PM EST
"im losing my grip... [b]I NEED CAFFIENE [/b]"
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 6:42:38 PM EST
Don't drink. [beer]
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 6:53:16 PM EST
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 7:02:40 PM EST
ATF. Not particularly in that order. Good Luck
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 7:23:34 PM EST
if you drink a lot of beer,you drink a lot!just keep guzzling and maybe you can get ussa's bed when he is done with it.its not"relaxing"its drinking.used to be achohol and drugs were used only on special occaisions now corporations have got you by the shorthairs buying into their crap product[at least gernany enforces brewing laws!]alchohol and tobacco products are the leading causes of misery and death in this country,if not the world.just try to think of all the wonderful decisions you made w/ a brew in hand and how things would of gone different if you hadnt been drinking.do yourselves a big favor,and do something with yourself other than drinking some overpriced corporate pisswater
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 7:40:07 PM EST
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Hey thanks drock. I never saw it that way before. Good Luck
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 8:35:45 PM EST
My buddy USED to drink 200mls of South. Comfort a day, and the docs told him that if he don't stop drinking, you WILL die within a year. He has been attending AA meeting and has cut his drinking down to 200ml a week.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 8:38:03 PM EST
At least ont heni a day.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 8:41:31 PM EST
So far I have isolated myself from the hostile outside world and if things do not change for me soon I will be drinking every chance I get.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 9:03:17 PM EST
I usually have a beer when I get home from work, and sometimes I'll have one or two with dinner.
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 10:37:30 PM EST
Trust me, I am the last person you wanna see drinking! Not only does it make me "a gigglin' gertie"( that's what a fellow bartender calls me) it messes up my aim!
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 10:41:25 PM EST
Drock. I don't think you are all there. Big coporation is NOT your enemy. Big Brother is. Read some Ayn Rand and set yourself straight. Moderation is only good if it's self moderation. Yes I smoke, Yes I drink. I smoke now in moderation: 3 cigs today, thats about how much I do daily. Alcohol is always welcome and that might be anywhere between 1 - 9 depending if I have to work the next day. Besides, I'm smoking and drinking for the children. [):)] NSF
Link Posted: 8/27/2001 10:57:32 PM EST
Can't get through the day without my vitamin A! The least understood of all the important neutrients. "never trust a man who doesn't drink".
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 4:41:42 AM EST
I am a Jesuit priest.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 4:46:55 AM EST
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 4:58:31 AM EST
Any manual labor merits beer. Beer(s) after every workout. Bottle of wine every night, with dinner. (Days that include labor, workout and dinner...)
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 5:51:08 AM EST
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 6:22:32 AM EST
Originally Posted By araddict: I'm not proud of it,but not a single day passes without a cold one in my hand!Bud is the brand.Average about a case a week.
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That's the textbook definition of an ALCOHOLIC!~! Maybe you should think about that a little the next time you crack open a crutch, I mean vice, I mean beer.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 6:28:50 AM EST
Well some would suggest that Coors Light is only water anyway.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 6:52:30 AM EST
Originally Posted By drock: used to be achohol and drugs were used only on special occaisions now corporations have got you by the shorthairs buying into their crap product
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Really? When, exactly, were those good old days when alcohol was used only on "special occasions"?
alchohol and tobacco products are the leading causes of misery and death in this country,if not the world.
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The statistics kept by the US Department of Health and Human Services do not support that assertion, at least as far as causes of death are concerned. [url]http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/lcod.htm[/url]
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 6:56:43 AM EST
Reformed drinkers can really be tedious bores. They point their fingers at everyone, hoping it makes their weakness seem less so.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 7:31:21 AM EST
Word of caution: DON'T DRINK THAT HOOCH HARD LEMONADE - DANG IT! IT TASTES LIKE CAA - CAA! Man that stuff sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![puke] Yes, I consume adult beverages. SHINER!! LOVE THE STUFF! But shoot, a six pack will last me two weeks or longer. That's not too bad.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 7:51:55 AM EST
"I'm drunk right now." Just kidding. Drinking a lot is fun in one's early twenties, but it gets to be tedious pretty quick. Same with smoking cigarettes. I'll drink a beer about once every two months, usually at friends' houses, if it's offered to me. One's enough. I smoke a pipe with about the same frequency, usually at historical reenactment events. Take care of your body, and it will take care of you. Otherwise, it WILL become your enemy, more quickly than you can imagine, kids.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 8:19:23 AM EST
What - you expect me to drink plain, unadulterated orange juice for breakfast? [:P]
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 8:27:17 AM EST
Several beers most every day except for Wednesday's when I am in school and my last class doesn't end til 9:00pm
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 12:04:05 PM EST
You are OK but are headed into the danger zone. If you drink 4 beers everyday you are going to wind up having trouble. Quick story. I started drinking when I was 14. Drank everyday throughout my late teens and twenties. Even worked at a liquor store during college. Everything was cool until I was about 28 and suddenly I went from drinking a half pint of whisky a night and thinking nothing of it to drinking a pint and I realized something was wrong. This will likely happen to you some time. I just quit. No AA or anything. It was strange at first but it's great now. Bottom line if you are 30 or above stop drinking. Most people don't drink everyday. We need you in good enough shape to get yourself and your weapon to the designated area when SHTF along with your mags and two canteens.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 12:11:21 PM EST
I had a good friend in college who had a beer with dinner every eveining. He'd always say in that West Virginia drawl:"Drinking a beer or two every day won't make you an alcoholic, but it might keep you from being one!" Good advice, I've found. [sniper]
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 2:31:00 PM EST
You're only an alcoholic if you go to the meetings.
Link Posted: 8/28/2001 2:51:40 PM EST
A single to 5 beers a night is average for me. It doesn't get me drunk but it does make it feel like I'm doing more than just watching tv or sitting on the computer. But if $$ it a little low I don't drink anything, its no big deal... As ar50troll stated earlier "[b]That's the textbook definition of an ALCOHOLIC!~![/b]" Has anyone ever been to any type of alcohol meeting? EVERYTHING is a definition of an alcoholic. Even if you drink one beer a year, they call you a "pattern alcoholic" Only drink with friends you are branded a "social alcoholic". Every instance you are deemed an alcoholic. BISHOP
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 12:58:11 PM EST
I have a shot of Rumple Minze strait from the freezer every now and then. I really don't drink at all any more though. Tyler
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 1:34:31 PM EST
Yes. But only 2-4 Coors Lites each day. Weight holding at 170. Not exactly a guzzler but that what I go by. Guz
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 2:04:54 PM EST
I quit drinking 7 years or so ago... I took it up again in this last year or so... but only when I'm camping, in Reno at a casino... etc.. I don't drink anywhere near my wife (shell kick my ass). With the day I've been having since yesterday...today is a good day to leave town... Most reformed drinkers are just as bad as ex smokers... I cannot stand people telling me what i should do because of what they did....
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 2:10:50 PM EST
How much or how often you drink has nothing to do with whether or not you are an alcoholic. What you DO when you drink is what determines if you have a problem. If you do things that cause problems in your life when you drink, no matter how often or seldom, you have a problem. I have now been sober for about the same number of years that I stayed drunk and have personal knowledge of the topic of this thread.
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 4:21:11 PM EST
Do I drink everyday? Hell no....not since they invented the funnel![BD] I rarely tie one on anymore. I just don't recover from the hangover as quickly as I used to. I have a six pack spread over 2 weeks. Now of course when the 10th of November rolls around, providing I don't have to work on the 11th, I'll get shit faced for the ones who went before. Semper Fi
Link Posted: 8/29/2001 6:09:15 PM EST
Most every day im-BALMING-fluid
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