Thursday, November 19, 2015

Albany Gin Mill Found With 115 Under 21 Drinkers







      Your prospects for continued business are not good when the law finds 115 of 125 customers not of age to be drinking there. An Albany college bar faces a heap of trouble after that happened.
     What was also interesting is at least 75 people had false ID, meaning that industry is alive and well.  
      The 21 year old drinking age has been one of those laws that creates crime out of what used to be socializing as an adult, which is what you are at 18.
      When I was  at Mizzou, it was a 21 state when NY was still 18.  It didn't stop drinking and there were altered IDs.  Some things don't change.
http://www.syracuse.com/state/index.ssf/2015/11/upstate_ny_bar_loses_liquor_license_after_ladies_night_raid_finds_115_underage_p.html#incart_m-rpt-1

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh...not adults at 18 anymore. Still got a min. of eight years left to be on the parents insurance and live in their basement, at that tender age. And don't forget the free college they still get as wards of the state. courtesy of Jefferson County RINO's.

Anonymous said...

And people wonder why heroin and other drugs are on rise. Don't recall heroin epidemic when drinking age was 18

Anonymous said...

And most of the kids there are probably sons and daughters of state officials. It gets funny after a while.

Anonymous said...

What changes are the consequences. If you or I got caught with a fake id they confiscated it. If you are I, as under aged drinkers, got caught with booze they confiscated it. Now they arrest them, investigate where the booze came from and arrest them and everybody ends up with a record.

Anonymous said...

Did the Jeff Graham really attend Mizzou?

Jeff Graham said...

Yes, I graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1977

Anonymous said...

Hey Jeff, did you experience systemic racism? Or is that something that developed later on? Mindless little spoiled Democrats. Easily offended.