KrispyKritter: every week of my life until age 18 there was Dad coming home from the VFW hammered to the gills. wake up the whole house, start shiat with my batshiat insane Mom, the volume on this one went to 11. it was great when we were very young. you simply live in fear.so what. when it wasn't the VFW it was the American Legion, my uncle's house, a bar or just getting wicked smashed at home. this probably took place all over town and all across the country. real life isn't Mayberry RFD.
vinniethepoo: thermo: Again, as a former Tavern owner, firing her by saying (FTA):According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, there is no law requiring a bartender to report a drunken-driver.Bartenders are prohibited from serving an intoxicated person and could be held liable for any crash or injury that results, though.I'm ok with thatBut then saying:'I'm going to have to fire you, because it's bad for business to have a bartender that will call the cops,'Um, not so muchWhy do you keep capitalizing the word "tavern"? It isn't a proper name.
ParallelUniverseParking: If only there were some kind of service you could call to have them pick you up and drive you home for a small fee in return.
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