Discussion in 'The Bar' started by UncaDollas, Mar 14, 2015.
I'll be drinking tonight, then again I drink every night!
So you partying tonight? Tuesday? Not at all?
The city will host two St. Patrick's Day parades on Saturday with an emphasis on stopping public intoxication and drunken driving.
This year's celebration comes with strict rules for alcohol consumption.
City officials said the laws banning open containers will be enforced by issuing citations.
No. On Tuesday I will be volunteering with a group to drive people home from bars starting at 4pm til 3am. It's something I've been doing for the past three St Patrick's Day and all the big "drinking" holidays.
If you’re reaching for the green beer, or the spring break party hat this weekend, leave the car keys at home.
That’s the message from the Portland Police Bureau, which will be running extra patrols throughout the month to enforce Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) violations.
In your Saturn?
I think I might meet some people out today, but probably not for too long. Between not being Irish, being out late(ish) last night, and not being a huge fans of crowds (unless its a concert), St Patricks celebrations arent really my thing.
That's cool. I'll be driving too.
What are you talking about?
Every day is St. Patty's Day in this household gatdammit!
Wonder if the mayor is going to lock up the gays that try to interfer with the parade again this year.
For the first time in two decades, a New York City mayor has chosen not to lead the march because of the controversial exclusion. Bill de Blasio's decision is a stark departure from predecessors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, who marched in the parade every year during their respective tenures.
Dude Gerry might be there...
Meh. I think Jerry and I are on the same page when it comes to sloppy drunks huge crowds.
Stop posting personal information.