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Episode (65):Is it MY Responsibility To Keep YOU Sober

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Tonight we are going to discuss another form of regulation that is taking place socially. The question on the table is ‘should I be responsible for your irresponsibility?’ Here is the scenario that we will start our conversation with: A young woman walks into a bar. This young woman is obviously pregnant. She sits at the bar and asks the bartender for a margarita. The bartender tells the young woman that they are out of the mix needed to make the margarita (this is a true statement). Still the young woman persists in asking for some form of alcoholic beverage. The bartender, inconspicuously, speaks with his boss and voices his objections to serving a woman alcohol that is obviously pregnant. Here are some common bar regulations that will be pertinent to our conversation; a bar is liable for serving alcohol to someone that is obviously drunk and a bar is liable for serving alcohol to a minor. Now, this being said, if a person presents proper identification should it be the bar’s responsibility to regulate the person who is drinking too much or drinking at all when they should not be or is it the individual’s responsibility? This scenario is analogous to several considerations individually, socially and politically and tonight we will explore all of these areas. Join in our conversation and lend your opinion so that we can all grow together.  

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