|Drain bramage, schmrain damage, if a man can get a DUI, I want one, too! (cracked.com)|
|Drunk without a real-friend's protection (see sutra below). Oh, alcohol! (cracked.com)|
|Yum, it's liquid ignorance.|
|To self-sabotage! (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP)|
Experts say the rise in "risky drinking" is due to increased social acceptability [from shows like "Sex and the City"], gender "equality" [or the illusion of striving for it], culture and even a preference for hard liquor over beer.
Women are also being arrested [and being sent to prison which, after all, is "equality," too] at an increasing rate for driving under the influence.
|I didn't mean for that to happen. - Another drink?|
- Please speak clearly into the cellphone when you drunk dial: White House proposal wants to [keep] NSA’s collection of your phone data [in a different guise]
- 5 Drinking Myths That'll Get You Killed
Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson, Wisdom Quarterly
|Health is wealth, and here's how to lose both.|
These include drinking alcohol (indulging in intoxicants which occasion heedlessness), roaming the streets at all hours, bad diversions, gambling, associating with the foolish, and idleness.
|Let's go underage drink! If it's good enough for adults...|
"Idle hands are the devil's helper," grandma says: Addiction to laying around (with the hangover blues) means we are not inclined to put forth effort to get anything done, instead making excuses: "It’s too cold! It’s too hot! It’s too late! It’s too early! I’m too hungry! I’m too full!" Living like this, we leave many (karmically) profitable things left undone. Wealth is left unacquired, and savings dwindle away.
These are just some of the ways of losing money and losing our health the Buddha explained and warned about 25 centuries ago. More