Take time to educate your kids about the dangers of asking adults to buy alcohol for them....
A guy in his mid-20s pulls into a convenience store parking lot and is approached by two teenage girls, who nervously ask him to buy alcoholic lemonade for them.
A few of my friends who attended Seattle Mariners and Seahawks games recently made the observation that there seem to be more drunk,unruly fans.
It’s not exactly something new they say, just a lot worse than in past years.
If you’re a sports fan, you’ve seen them: Obnoxious ticketholders with too much to drink hurling F-bombs right and left with a family of kids sitting two seats away.
This has been an issue with the NFL, where in some stadiums, fights and injuries are commonplace.
More on the danger of energy drinks, thanks to Join Together newsletter.....and OP pal, Jim Mosher.
Various state attorneys general and advocacy groups are calling for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Federal Trade Commission and the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to ban caffeine-infused alcohol drinks from the market -- or at a minimum add warning labels stating that combining caffeine and alcohol can cause health risks, the Wall Street Journal reported Aug.