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(Berkshire Eagle)   Is it legal to buy your child a beer in Massachusetts? Nobody is sure   (berkshireeagle.com) divider line 3
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2013-03-10 05:39:27 PM
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FTA: "A survey of a dozen Berkshire County parents, none of whom wanted to be quoted by name, found that many are reluctant to encourage drinking at home, thinking that teens likely will experiment on their own with their peers. "

This is why they "experiment" dumbass, because you won't let them learn about alcohol. You teach your kid to swim or ride a bike, so they'll learn and know what to do and what not to do. But with beer you keep it locked away on the top shelf with a big sign saying "Danger! For adults only! Not for kids!" and you wonder why they then experiment with their school buddies? Well duh!

Children in France have wine with family meals from under ten year sold and they grow up knowing how to drink socially.
2013-03-10 06:47:17 PM
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A survey of a dozen Berkshire County parents, none of whom wanted to be quoted by name, found that many are reluctant to encourage drinking at home, thinking that teens likely will experiment on their own with their peers

Why is experimenting with drinking with peers better than in a controlled environment where there are proper cocktails and brews available? Develop a healthy respect for alcohol and after effects while learning the difference between enjoying the loss of inhibitions versus flavor.
2013-03-10 02:14:08 PM
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Throw the law out and make the legislature write a new one.  It's unconstitutional if  a reasonable person of ordinary intelligence cannot tell what is permitted or prohibited.
 
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