how old do you have to be to drink on the ba
a history of puritan values and laws
It really doesn't make sense.
Because laws are meant to be broke
I was able to drink and buy beer at 18, I didn't because beer tastes like dung but still I could if I wanted to.
That is an old question, but a good one. I figure that a group of men decided that it was okay for a man to serve his country straight out of high school while he able-bodied and willing and begin polluting his body after he has served a 2-4 year contract with the government to help him get over what he has seen.
Beer is for the ones that can make it at least 3 years?
That's a great question which no politician has a answer for.
Yeah. It's a law I don't agree with. It just doesn't seem right that a person can die for this country yet isn't allowed to legally enjoy a couple of brewskis. I understand the need to protect society from drunk driving, but I think it is patently unfair to blame the 18 to 21 year olds for the problem.
It's true. It doesn't make sense at all.
Insane, stupid government.