I think it's time for a petition to stop consumption of alcohol on the beach. The drinkers leave the beach, drive away and use the same roads as I do and my family does. Too dangerous. Besides, they leave their empty cans and trash behind for someone else to clean up.
Whats next? Making our women wear bras on the board walk? Everybody at Carolina Beach smokes. This beack is the ony one left for us good ol blue-collar boys who can't afford Wrigtsville. We smoke, we drink, we dip...this is the south...leave us alone!
If you "good ol blue-collar boys" would learn to properly dispose of your butts, the ban wouldn't be as needed.
I think it's time we get a petition going and stop alcoholic consumption in public. These people drink all day and drive home on the same roads as I do and my children do. Besides, children seeing folks drink gives them the wrong idea. . they think it's okay and it's not! Turn about fair play and I WILL bring national media here to cover the battle of the public beaches.
you not take your children to restaurants? What is the wrong idea children get by seeing people drink? Maybe you should do some parenting of your own and explain alcohol consumption to your children.
I hope you give your children plenty of food and water while they are living in that box.
You idiot! You must be one of the folks laying around drinking all day. My children are grown, college graduates with families of their own. I DID DO MY PARENTING!! How about your kids?? Did they graduate high school? I think it's time North Carolina went to a dry state. If people would use common sense and drink moderately that would be one thing but to drink to the point of slurring words, using foul language and in general being an a**, then that's another. My God! Everyone is in such an uproar over smoking it's time to add drinking to that law. I will research this. You really are an idiot.
If, after 30 years of publicity telling us that smoking kills, people are still stupid enough to smoke- let them do it at the beach. They will be dead soon and should go with fond memories of that smoke at the beach.
CB is becoming as wussified as WB.
I am not a smoker, but I feel that if local beaches are allowed to pass laws banning smoking on "their" beaches, they eventually they will be able to ban anything they want to control, including what you wear, eat,drink, etc. This is a slippery slope to go down. Who owns these beaches anyway?