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    Teenage drinking, one of Englands greatest problems?
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    It is one of the best problems, yes.
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    Basically, teenage drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Likewise, 20-something (and 30-something, to a lesser extent) drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Unfortunately, as there's no way to isolate who is a **** who can't drink sensibly and a sensible person who can drink sensibly, the only definition that can be made is age. So sadly, those 13-17-year-olds who can drink sensibly have to break the law to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cover drive man View Post
    Firstly the quote was just from Godfather 3 I didn't really mean nothing by it it was just a joke. Secondly I'm not telling you to respect Hitler I'm trying to put across why I respect him. Thirdly yes I would of course I would not be fond of what he did there but if he did achieve something incredible in his life I would still respect that.
    Look, cdm, put it this way - there were a few things about Hitler that were certainly admirable. However, that doesn't make Hitler an admirable person, in any way shape or form. There was much about Hitler that was deplorable, and the deplorable was far, far more deplorable (and also outnumbered) the admirable was admirable.

    Admire certain traits in Hitler, yes - but do not admire the man as a whole. He should be despised and despised only by decent humans.


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    Thought you were showing-off the Katich avatar there rather than the lack-of-10,000 for a second there TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Basically, teenage drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Likewise, 20-something (and 30-something, to a lesser extent) drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Unfortunately, as there's no way to isolate who is a **** who can't drink sensibly and a sensible person who can drink sensibly, the only definition that can be made is age. So sadly, those 13-17-year-olds who can drink sensibly have to break the law to do so.
    yeah concurred, same can be said about all this female crime on the increase as well ffs.

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    The only drink problem I've got is that I can't afford to buy any dn dn ch
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    Never had that and probably never will do myself TBH. Even now after nearly six months of unemployment I can still afford to do the thing properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cover drive man View Post
    How can you not respect him he went from a hobo nobody to one of the key figures throughout all history.
    And thats why i love Peter Sutcliffe and Ian Brady.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Basically, teenage drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Likewise, 20-something (and 30-something, to a lesser extent) drinking is a problem for the ****s who can't drink sensibly.

    Unfortunately, as there's no way to isolate who is a **** who can't drink sensibly and a sensible person who can drink sensibly, the only definition that can be made is age. So sadly, those 13-17-year-olds who can drink sensibly have to break the law to do so.
    Way to make a really simple point really complicated..

    Boredom = lots of kids turning to drink

    Simple..
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    Way to over-simplify a complex problem.

    Sure, boredom = loads of kids (and 18+-yr-olds too) turning to drink. But that isn't the only thing that presents a problem.

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