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lilBuddha
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quote:
Originally posted by rolyn:
There is a comparison to be made between smoking and obesity.

No, there really isn't. The main reason obesity is a problem is that humans did not evolve to sit on our arses as much as modern life dictates. A main secondary issue is that easy and cheap meals tend towards higher caloric content.
Smoking is necessary, eating is sort of a requirement to continue living.

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quote:
Originally posted by lilBuddha:
Smoking is necessary, eating is sort of a requirement to continue living. [/QB]

Thinking that should read 'isn't'. Other thoughts will go on other thread.

Keeping this one on the legal aspects of serving already inebriated individuals.
If such a law was to be strictly enforced here it would undoubtedly deter people from taking up bar work. Similar to people possibly thinking twice about joining the army because of lawsuits being used in a way which has the potential to make certain professions untenable.

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