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Old 12-04-2011, 07:26 PM   #1
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This country has so many ****ed up, stupid no sense laws!
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Old 12-04-2011, 07:33 PM   #2
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In several states (like Ohio) a minor can sit at a bar and drink alcohol as long as their parent or guardian is with them.
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Old 12-04-2011, 07:36 PM   #3
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No wonder our country is ****ed, it's being ran by ****s!
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This country has so many ****ed up, stupid no sense laws!
That's a law I agree with.

I hate that some places allow minors into the bar area at all. A pub, and there is a non-bar area present, and they serve food? Sure, no problem. But, there are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many more appropriate places to bring kids, not a bar. Please.

I specifically go to pubs and such so I don't have to deal with kids. Don't like them, don't want to hear them, so I go to places where I should ordinarily be able to not have to.

Why some parents HAVE to bring their kids to a bar I'll never know.
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In several states (like Ohio) a minor can sit at a bar and drink alcohol as long as their parent or guardian is with them.
In Texas, a wife/husband can also drink in a bar or club as long as the person over 21 doesn't leave that person alone with the drink. Of course the establishment can still refuse service if it so chooses.
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Why some parents HAVE to bring their kids to a bar I'll never know.
My son is 15, and it's not a bar per se, but Hurricane Wings. Kinda like a Chilis establishment.
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Old 12-04-2011, 08:12 PM   #7
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My son is 15, and it's not a bar per se, but Hurricane Wings. Kinda like a Chilis establishment.
But, he's a minor. Not allowed to sit at the bar. They have plenty of other places for you 2 to sit.
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My son is 15, and it's not a bar per se, but Hurricane Wings. Kinda like a Chilis establishment.
Even if it was legal for a minor to sit at a bar where you live, I doubt most establishments would allow it because their other customers probably don't want to be around kids or teens when they are at a bar, regardless of what kind of bar it is.
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I thought Hooters was a "family" restaurant?
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HAHA I was waiting to see if you would chime in.

Now go get yourself a beer.
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In Wisconsin a parent can allow their child an alcoholic drink while seated at a bar.
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Old 12-04-2011, 09:26 PM   #13
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I would love to see more Kid Free Zone restaurants. I get so tired of going out to an expensive or relatively expense restaurant only to have some kids running around screaming, crying or what ever. I have told more managers and owners to do something or we're leaving. Some do some don't . The ones that don't we simply tell the waiter/waitress why we are leaving and to cancel our order.

We were recently at a Sports BAR to watch a game. One family brought their 2 young kids (around 2 and 5 maybe). Everytime the crowd would yell for their team the 2 kids would scream bloody murder. We were across the room and we lasted about 20 minutes or so before leaving. Whats probably worst is the parents were oblivous to their children.


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That's a law I agree with.

I hate that some places allow minors into the bar area at all. A pub, and there is a non-bar area present, and they serve food? Sure, no problem. But, there are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many more appropriate places to bring kids, not a bar. Please.

I specifically go to pubs and such so I don't have to deal with kids. Don't like them, don't want to hear them, so I go to places where I should ordinarily be able to not have to.

Why some parents HAVE to bring their kids to a bar I'll never know.
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They can't be in a bar but they can die for their country. Never made sense to me.
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My son is 19 and cannot have a beer with me......

I remember sitting in a club drinking margaritas with my girl at 18 years of age (17 if you count the year I had a fake I.D.)
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I don't know that a law is needed, but what responsible parent would take their kid to a bar in the first place?
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Why some parents HAVE to bring their kids to a bar I'll never know.
Whenever my band plays Sunday afternoon shows at a local bar, both my teenage kids always come. I wouldn't bring them to a show at midnight on a Friday though, totally different environment.
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That's a law I agree with.

I hate that some places allow minors into the bar area at all. A pub, and there is a non-bar area present, and they serve food? Sure, no problem. But, there are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many more appropriate places to bring kids, not a bar. Please.

I specifically go to pubs and such so I don't have to deal with kids. Don't like them, don't want to hear them, so I go to places where I should ordinarily be able to not have to.

Why some parents HAVE to bring their kids to a bar I'll never know.
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Whenever my band plays Sunday afternoon shows at a local bar, both my teenage kids always come. I wouldn't bring them to a show at midnight on a Friday though, totally different environment.
ya know what I will give you teenagers..I have issue with people who bring their 3-8 year olds in and take up bar seats because they don't want to wait for a table....I imagine your kids are not running around under the waitresses feet and hollering and screaming
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