Is there a single item in this article you find surprising?
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I find it surprising that the numbers aren’t higher. Let’em run that test on fall Saturdays in the south.
And in unrelated but equally shocking news, the Pope is still Catholic……
I’m Shocked SCHOCKED!! there is gambling going on in there. At least there was no government grant used to determine this.
Look get a designated driver young people and have a great time and if you tear up the North Area Campus, I know you will pick up your mess.
“WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, GO STATE U!!!!” continued Dr. Erickson, doing a backflip onto a keg behind his desk.
Hah this is a great comment onthe article:
Listen I am a Jets fan, and its my God given right to be drunk, loud and stupid. I will just walk to the games..By the way..we come in a bus with 20 drunken idiots plus one recovered drunk –who happens to be a priest.. So was that covered in the survey.. That we have a sober idiot driving us home.
In a related study: Sky blue, water wet.
No s*!t Sherlock.
I think the most surprising thing in that article is that scientists conducted a study to ascertain what we already know.
Is that a photo of Stafford’s beer keg toss?
Only 8% legally drunk? We can do better than that!
I’d like to know the percentage drunk walking out of the Stanford student section after a night game.
Funny. I usually go in with a strong buzz and leave less inebriated than when I went in. (I abstain from carrying contraband).
I usually take care of that in the after-gate.
It would depend on who got tested. When I was at UGA if they tested the male students leaving the game, the results would have been 8% sober, 92% drunk and 100% drinking some amount.
This reminds me of the article on the front page of the AJC a few years ago that stated that teenagers’ brains were not fully mature. Well, who would have thunk it? Not I, all I did was raise two of them! Just how much money do taxpayers like myself have to fork out for these pearls of wisdom anyway?
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