- Feb 23, 2005
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This. Adding more regulations does absolutely nothing so long as the current regulations are not enforced. By changing laws, what do they reasonably expect to achieve? The law abiding citizens are not the problem.Enforcement is all that is needed
Sadly most big biz works this way. Not that socialism is any kind of fix, some new model needed.I don't think regulation is going to change much, at the end of the day alcohol companies will do everything in their power to sell as much alcohol as possible - with the occasional tip of the hat to the bare minimum social responsibility.
They should at least make you show that you have your shít together before they let you buy booze.
Overindebted? No booze
Kids can’t read at an appropriate level? No booze
Not paying tax? No booze
Can’t use Excel? No booze
Send WhatsApp that just says “Hi” instead of just saying what you want in one message? No booze
Just say Hi back, and then when they come out with their request, ignore them.Ugh... I stand behind you on that last one especially.
People do it at work too. Like, please tell me what you want so I have time to think of a sufficient excuse, or time to control my immediate response to what is undoubtedly going to be a stupid fkn question.