If I'm not mistaken, this topic is about parties and drinking. So my comment was relevant.
I wasn't attacking you or anything. I just think she wasn't talking about drinking a beer or two, but about the serious stuff.
Personally, I think, that legal action isn't necessary. It can't hurt however to raise their awareness of the dangers, that go with such actions, which is being done for quite some time now, with little or no success if you ask me, but,to be honest, I can't think of a better way myself.
Edited by Snake_6024, 04 November 2005 - 10:09 PM.
Someone is gonna die if you listen to me.
I try to salvage thoughts long gone,
I am the mountain that dreams on.
I am the sea that longs for freedom.
lashing out towards my chains.
dare you to do what you want, dare you to be who you will
Posted 05 November 2005 - 08:21 PM
Hey Yari, I totally understand why you think these wild parties are bad. People can't see that it is because parents care that they look out for us. But I still wouldn't say no to a wild party, being a teenager I'm somehow automatically drawn to things like this
Because of a previous incident, if I am caught possessing drugs or alcohol, am caught drunk or high in public, I'm heading for juvenile prison so I gotta be careful
On a more serious note, I could have screwed up my whole life, so I'd say to others maybe not to go too crazy.