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Alcohol Math: Who Gets Drunk and Why – WSJ.com

Originally titled, “Testing the Limits of Tipsy: Many factors Alter the Effects of Alcohol; A Party Experiment”

“How much alcohol does it take to get intoxicated?

“Many people figure a few beers at a ballgame or a couple of glasses of wine with dinner won’t put them over the legal limit for driving. But how alcohol affects people is highly individual, with a number of factors in the mix.”

via Alcohol Math: Who Gets Drunk and Why – WSJ.com.

The WSJ evidently changed the title when sharing via “Press This.” (A plug in from WordPress.com.)

There is this wonderful comment from Psalms 104:14-15:  He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, And herb for the service of man; That he may bring forth food out of the earth,  And wine that maketh glad the heart of man, And oil to make his face to shine, And bread that strengtheneth man’s heart.

Of course, David never drove a car. Be careful out there, y’all!

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