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David C (25)
Saturday July 6, 2013, 2:36 am
Promotion of and apologisom for hard (addictive, destructive, stupidifying, ...) drugs -- NO THANKS !!!

what percentage of cases of 'domestic violence' does C2H5OH play a (major) role in ?
"NSW Police Commissioner says that dealing with alcohol and its effects consumes about 70 per cent of a frontline police officer's time. "
" Heavy boozers cost the U.S. economy more than $220 billion in 2006 from lost work productivity, increased health care costs and law enforcement, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "
--The High Costs of Drinking Too Much: (The Wall St. Journal, October 17, 2011)
Alcohol to blame for 13,000 cancer cases a year in UK [population ~ 1/5 of USA]

10% of men's Cancers and 3% of women's in W-EU are caused by drinking
up to and including WW-2, hardly any army would have marched without C2H5OH
[booze] The most potent weapon of war!
" If my soldiers were to begin to think, not one would remain in the ranks. " -- Frederick II ("The Great") (1712-1786)
Whoever has the most liquor to get the soldiers drunk and send them to be slaughtered... he's the winner.
[Even] "Light Drinking Linked to Increased Breast Cancer Risk" ( Drinking as few as three to six glasses of wine a week may increase a woman's risk of breast cancer by 15%, Harvard researchers say ... and the more you drink the higher your risk )

natasha s (714)
Saturday July 6, 2013, 3:07 am
And next week they'll be a new study suggesting otherwise...these studies are Bi-polar---moderation is key! Thanks
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