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  • NEVER drink and drive. It is just not worth it. Even if you live, you might kill someone, and you'll have to live with that for the rest of your life. Pick a designated driver, use a taxi or public transportation, or just check in to a hotel and sleep it off. Do not get behind the wheel. If you do, you're putting people you don't know and their families in danger by driving a 4000 pound vehicle while impaired.
  • This site is all about the art of mixology and the subtleties of good mixed drinks. It is not about drinking in excess and making a fool (or worse) out of yourself. Proof and strength information are provided so you know if a drink recipe will be too much for you.
  • If you have a drinking problem or think you're an alcoholic, seek professional help.
  • Remember that excessive alcohol consumption will harm your body and in extreme cases is lethal. Chronic, excessive alcohol consumption can result in dehydration, mood swings, insomnia, blackouts, tremors, sweating, liver disease, neurological impairment, and congestive heart failure.