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Submitted by CL from cb (not verified) on Mon, 03/31/2008 - 9:19pm.
Obviously you can not read. She/he said that she/he would buy an 18 year old alcohol. That is not acting like an adult when you buy someone underaged alcohol. It does not matter if you think the law if fair, it is still the law. Breaking the law, in this case, is not acting like an adult. The reason we can't control this situation is because of people like you who admit defeat. We will never get control of underaged drinking and drugs with that attitude. Why can't we stop it? I don't have the answer, but I don't think we've tried very hard. The vast majority of adults that do drink did not start when they were 21. It started earlier, much earlier. What stopped them? Nothing. No adult to say no. No adult to supervise their behavior. It is a parental responsibility to know what your kids are doing and with whom. It is a job, but left undone and this is what we get. Again, I say act like an adult, supervise your children, even when they really get angry. There is too much at risk to leave it up to a child to make the call.
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