July 22, 2008

UK considering anti-Moron policies

So, the number of people being treated for alcohol-related illnesses is apparently sharply on the rise in Britain, but that doesn't mean they have to resort to drastic measures, right?

Supermarkets have faced repeated calls to ban discount alcohol, in particular deals in in which beer is cheaper than bottled water. And ministers are considering plans to tackle the problem, including cigarette-style health warnings on bottles and cans, a ban on “happy hours” where bars sell cut-price drinks and rules outlawing supermarket discounts.
Asked for his reaction to these proposals, one prominent figure who spends a lot of time with British dudes had the following reaction:


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