Thoughts on beer in clubhouse AGAIN

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    can beckett get in shape, please????  thats what we are talking about...then he can hang his white trash, i love beer, bottle opener from his locker w/o question...SNAKE, having a beer after a game is not the same as partying on the bench, (eating and drinking) in the last month of the season while it slips away...there is a difference....it would be nice if the 2012 beer brigade showed a lil more common sense given the past
     
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    As far as I'm concerned, as long as the players share with us fans some of that beer, I'm all for it.
     
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    Shump: I have strong feelings against alcohol, yes. It does nothing good, wreaks havoc on the drinker, and effects other people around the drinkers. It's poison in a bottle that is somehow legal because being drunk is acceptable in this country. Nevermind all the stats and facts about how negatively alcohol effects EVERYTHING. That aside, people can do what they want, just don't be so shocked about the criticism that follows. I don't think I 'know better', I just don't fool myself into thinking alcohol is anything but a legal, dangerous DRUG. JoeB: -You know I have no articles proving that, wise a s s. But, for players to defend it so strongly shows me that it IS a priority, otherwise they wouldn't; a) do it at all in light of the criticism, or b) wouldn't defend it so strongly -Why is it a problem? Someone needs to put a substance in their body to unwind, and you are actually asking me why that's a problem? I guess plenty of meth users would agree with you. What's the big deal? Just relaxing a little, right? -Athletes can work out daily, and still be overweight, sure. What are their eating habits like? 99% of people on the planet can be in shape if they so choose. I don't think anyone on the sox has a medical or glandular issue like Homer. -Ok, fine, it's not familiar to you. And the example you laid out is familiar to me, fair enough. But, ask yourself if those workers would do better, worse, or no different if they weren't drinkers. My own father fits perfectly into what you described, he was a chef in and around Boston for 30 years. He outworked most people he was around, and yet, I KNOW how much more he was capable of if he didn't drink every night. I know the physical issues he deals with now directly related to it, and I'm well aware of how it effected him throughout. He would have been a lot better at work, and stronger and healthier in general without it. Drinking is a huge problem in America, it's startling how many people defend something that offers NOTHING but hangovers, puking, and blackouts. I don't get it. Oh, sometiems it convinces bad dancers they are good, and it gets ugly people laid. Awesome.
    Posted by ma6dragon9


    You need professional help with your issues, my friend.

    Well, I guess Nikola Tesla didn't live up to his potential because he had a drink every night of his adult life.  If you're not aware, he is the inventor of the radio...not Marconi(Marconi used about six of Tesla patents). Also, Tesla is responsible for alternating current.........the list goes on and on.

    In moderation, there is nothing wrong with a social drink.
     
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    In Response to Re: Thoughts on beer in clubhouse AGAIN : that's fukkin' stupid.....found another rightwingnut radio listenin' tool.   _________________________________ Curt Schilling Deadbeat Fraud Clown
    Posted by bellhorn_


    It was tongue in cheek, but if you don't think there isn't a kernal of truth to it, then you haven't been paying attention.  There are no small amount of schools banning sports programs because they don't want kids to lose.

    Do you know why kids are fat now?  It's because no one makes fun of them anymore.  They're not allowed.  Bad for their self-esteem you know.

    The reason that kids are stupider is because most schools don't allow ranking.  If there are 100 kids in the school, letting kids know that they are ranked #95 is bad for their self-esteem you know.

    NYC public schools won't fail most kids because having them left back is bad for their self-esteem.

    You can deny it all you want, but this is part of our two-tiered society.
     
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    I just want to know if it was Blue Moon or Corona Light?
     
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    Too funny!

    As a smoker, constantly under attack by people who love to scream that cig. should be outlawed, or should include a confiscatory tax, I have been arguing that I can't wait 'til the gov. comes after THEM for their "indulgences," i.e. snack foods, soda, junk food, etc.  All the things that CAN lead to poor health, & high medical bills, if abused.

    I LOVE IT!!!

    The day has finally arrived, & it is so much fun watching them scream.  NYC, with M. Bloomberg's nanny state prohibitions on such trivial things as "Big Gulps," is an absolute riot.  Now it's "hide the baby formula in all hospitals."  I am basically a libertarian with respect to doing what you want to do.  Not with respect to illegal drugs, but with all things that are, & should remain legal, i.e.  cigarettes, alcohol, junk food, etc....  NOW...  I also think that people who abuse said legal things should have to pay a price with increased insurance rates.  If you are a regular smoker, you should have to pay increased rates.  I should have to pay increased rates.  If you are fat, you should have to pay increased rates.  My rate might go down on the fat score.  It's all about keeping things legal, but taking responsibility for your actions! Paying a price for abusing legal products.

    It is amazing and highly ironic to see that the TRUE PROHIBITIONISTS, the ones who constantly want to tell you how to live your life, & seek to use the law to do so, are the LIBERAL DEMOCRATS! I LOVE IT!!!  They love to pretend it is Republicans who want to impose their will on you, but most are slowly realizing the truth.

    VERY FUNNY!  :)
     
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    as a non-smoker, I feel sorry for you
     
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    oh!  p.s.  I do agree with limiting where you can smoke.  Within sane reason.  No indoor smoking where the public is concerned.  Have a deck out back where smokers can go.  Public parks?  Have an area, out of the way, where smokers can go.  etc.    People who pull up to a convenience store, open their door, & dump their ashtrays, should be video taped, & HEAVILY FINED or publicly castrated :)
     
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    You're polluting my children's air with your smoking. 
     
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    as a non-smoker, I feel sorry for you
    Posted by dannycater


    Danny danny danny...  :)

    Please don't!  Worry about your own life!  My guess is you have things in your own life that are not perfect?

    oh...  When I recently learned that my daughter, who is heading off to college this year, started smoking, I told her I would quit is she did.  SHE DID!  I'm panicked about it, but I will be quitting by the time she heads off to school :(  Yes I'm terrified, but I'm very happy she quit.  It's a stupid & very bad habit!  Unfortunately, it's very addictive.  Not much good about it, but I don't want to live in a country that outlaws it either!!!!!!
     
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    hey, your daughter is a saint, you should follow her lead.
     
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    You're polluting my children's air with your smoking. 
    Posted by dannycater


    Oh please!  Many of your good friends are adding more pollution to MY KID's air by driving their old VW wagons.  Many of your more wealthy friends are adding MUCH MORE pollution to MY KID's air by jet setting around the world & through their overly conspicuous consumption, that is the biggest driver of THEIR "carbon foot print."  The rich liberal Dems can buy all the "carbon credits" they want to make themselves feel better, but it's like paying somebody to go on a diet for you!  Keep eating all you want, somebody else can cut down to "offset" THEIR LARGESS!
     
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    oh, dirtcancerdog, here's the answer to that argument: Ok, even if all of that is true...why contribute to the pollution if you know for a fact it's unhealthy and truly a sick habit.
     
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    hey, your daughter is a saint, you should follow her lead.
    Posted by dannycater


    I will!  I promised, so I will follow through!  I'm just happy she quit!  Wish I never started!  Such is life...
     
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    What if all of those people stopped doing they did, and then you did too...wouldn't that be a healthier World to live in? It's like voting. Romney is about to raise taxes on a horribly poor middle-class (I'm part of that), if he gets elected because of apathy or race and party hate...the only people who will be happy are the Rich and the Richer and the Lobbyists and Fox News
     
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    And stand-up comedians...
     
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    dirt, I'm pulling for you. you can do it.
     
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    oh, dirtcancerdog, here's the answer to that argument: Ok, even if all of that is true...why contribute to the pollution if you know for a fact it's unhealthy and truly a sick habit.
    Posted by dannycater


    As you said, if everything I just said about polluting the air is true, AND IT IS, why don't you & your friends stop doing it???  As I also said, I think that there should be limits as to where one can smoke, within reason!  I'm disgusted by the smoke that billows out of all those VW wagons!  Should they be outlawed??  Are the people driving them hypocrites???  Why do they keep adding to the pollution in MY AIR?  Are the rich liberals who jet set around & buy everything in site adding more to the air pollution than all the smokers who have ever lived, in a few short months??? YES!  Just a little perspective & reality my friend.

    oh,  & YES!  I should still quit.
     
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    In Califoria, emission standards require all cars to be smog-checked and they have to pass rigid emission standards. I can't speak for the rest of the country.
     
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    What if all of those people stopped doing they did, and then you did too...wouldn't that be a healthier World to live in? It's like voting. Romney is about to raise taxes on a horribly poor middle-class (I'm part of that), if he gets elected because of apathy or race and party hate...the only people who will be happy are the Rich and the Richer and the Lobbyists and Fox News
    Posted by dannycater


    Oy!  Because you are such a nice guy, I won't even touch that one.  :)  Could knock it out of the park though.  :)
     
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    In Response to Re: Thoughts on beer in clubhouse AGAIN : I will!  I promised, so I will follow through!  I'm just happy she quit!  Wish I never started!  Such is life...
    Posted by redsoxdirtdog


    You can do it!!

    I stopped cold-turkey about 35 yrs ago while smoking about three packs a day.

    One day on the way to work, I found myself checking all my pockets to see if I had enough to get throught the day.  I caught a glimpse of myself in the rear view mirror with a cigarette(my 3rd one)in my mouth....something clicked....I said to myself "what am I doing"?

    Well, the two packs I had on me went flying out the window along with the one that was in my mouth...right on the freeway in Phx., AZ.

    That was the last cigarette I smoked.
     
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    In Califoria, emission standards require all cars to be smog-checked and they have to pass rigid emission standards. I can't speak for the rest of the country.
    Posted by dannycater


    You're  missing the forest for the trees.  Look around.  No offense, but you see that, & things like it all around you.  The easiest being the upper middle class libs, who love to tell you how to live, & how to decrease "carbon footprints," who buy everything in sight, adding the most significant portion of our total "carbon footprint."  Not a tough one.
     
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    In Response to Re: Thoughts on beer in clubhouse AGAIN : You can do it!! I stopped cold-turkey about 35 yrs ago while smoking about three packs a day. One day on the way to work, I found myself checking all my pockets to see if I had enough to get throught the day.  I caught a glimpse of myself in the rear view mirror with a cigarette(my 3rd one)in my mouth....something clicked....I said to myself "what am I doing"? Well, the two packs I had on me went flying out the window along with the one that was in my mouth...right on the freeway in Phx., AZ. That was the last cigarette I smoked.
    Posted by ampoule

    amps, you da man! I've heard a lot of the cold turkey stories and it's interesting that many did it that way and things worked out well

     
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    Danny, socialism doesn't work...anywhere.
     
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