## One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold

1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.

2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
that way.  Do the...

There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
sober isn't one of them.

--Tedward

This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

I'm fairly certain the lyrics are:

"One bourbon, one scotch and one beer."

Jon

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
> The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking. ?That
> stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

> As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
> of ETOH is not the only factor. ?The amount of water you are getting
> is just as important. ?Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
> six beers another night, and get back to me. ?There's a three-fold
> disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.

> 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
> the concentration of ETOH in your stomach. ?Do the rsfcking math.

> 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
> times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots. ?Since BAL
> is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

> 3) More water equals more pee. ?About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
> that way. ?Do the...

> There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
> sober isn't one of them.

> --Tedward

> This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray

While I don't disagree with your thesis, I disagree with your study
design.

Tequila is often drunk in shots.

Beer is typically drunk in a much slower fashion.

Nonetheless, I believe you are correct.

a.

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
> While I don't disagree with your thesis, I disagree with your study
> design.

> Tequila is often drunk in shots.

Okay; replace it with single malt.

Quote:
> Beer is typically drunk in a much slower fashion.

Yet another rate issue.  If you want to not get sloppy, drinking
beer instead of something stronger helps.  You *can* get sloppy
on beer, of course, but you have work at it.

--Tedward

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

| The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
| stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.
|
| As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
| of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
| is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
| six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
| disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.
|
| 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
| the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.
|
| 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
| times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
| is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.
|
| 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
| that way.  Do the...
|
| There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
| sober isn't one of them.
|
| --Tedward
|
| This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray
|

I thought that *** *** level was ultimately determined by liver's
ability to process the ***. The general rule of thumb I always heard was
one drink per hour. If that's the case, then the rate of consumption would
seem to be the biggest factor.

Neither the *** nor the extra water beer goes directly to your
***stream. That's why the pee is so clear after the first couple
brewskis... it's the extra h20.

Ben

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:

> | The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking. ?That
> | stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.
> |
> | As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
> | of ETOH is not the only factor. ?The amount of water you are getting
> | is just as important. ?Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
> | six beers another night, and get back to me. ?There's a three-fold
> | disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.
> |
> | 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
> | the concentration of ETOH in your stomach. ?Do the rsfcking math.
> |
> | 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
> | times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots. ?Since BAL
> | is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.
> |
> | 3) More water equals more pee. ?About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
> | that way. ?Do the...
> |
> | There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
> | sober isn't one of them.
> |
> | --Tedward
> |
> | This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray
> |

> I thought that *** *** level was ultimately determined by liver's
> ability to process the ***. The general rule of thumb I always heard was
> one drink per hour. If that's the case, then the rate of consumption would
> seem to be the biggest factor.

> Neither the *** nor the extra water beer goes directly to your
> ***stream. That's why the pee is so clear after the first couple
> brewskis... it's the extra h20.

> Ben

DoOd, donut let the facts get in the way here.
Please listen to what he is saying.

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
> The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
> stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

> As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
> of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
> is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
> six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
> disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.

> 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
> the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.

> 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
> times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
> is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

> 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
> that way.  Do the...

> There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
> sober isn't one of them.

> --Tedward

Your fuzzy math works for those that haven't been convicted and HAD to take
course by experts in this matter,  The fact is, one beer=1 shot=1glass of
wine, alcohl wise.  The same omount of beer/shot/wine is absorbed in the
same amount of time when it comes to booze.  This is generally proved by the

Here's a kiddy site that explains it to you freeking eggheads.

http://SportToday.org/***/article2.html

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TEDWARD Said:

Eggs are really good for you.  They have the nutrition needed to make a
chicken!

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:

> | The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
> | stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.
> |
> | As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
> | of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
> | is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
> | six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
> | disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.
> |
> | 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
> | the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.
> |
> | 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
> | times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
> | is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.
> |
> | 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
> | that way.  Do the...
> |
> | There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
> | sober isn't one of them.
> |
> | --Tedward
> |
> | This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray
> |

> I thought that *** *** level was ultimately determined by liver's
> ability to process the ***. T

It's one rate issue out of many.  The "average person" burns off
about .015% per hour; a regular drinker .02%.

Quote:
> he general rule of thumb I always heard was
> one drink per hour. If that's the case, then the rate of consumption would
> seem to be the biggest factor.

That's a gross approximation that works because the rate of intake
is so goddam slow.  Who the hell drinks two beers during a basketball
game, for example?  Try drinking six beers vs. six shots during a
basketball game and get back to me.

Quote:
> Neither the *** nor the extra water beer goes directly to your
> ***stream. That's why the pee is so clear after the first couple
> brewskis... it's the extra h20.

What's your point?  I've already noted it is a rate issue, which by
definition means it doesn't go directly (all at once; a little bit
does go directly).

--Tedward

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
>> The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
>> stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

>> As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
>> of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
>> is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
>> six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
>> disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.

>> 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
>> the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.

>> 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
>> times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
>> is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

>> 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
>> that way.  Do the...

>> There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
>> sober isn't one of them.

>> --Tedward

> Your fuzzy math works for those that haven't been convicted and HAD to take course by experts in this matter,  The fact is, one
> beer=1 shot=1glass of wine, alcohl wise.

The amount, yes.  The rate at which it enters the ***stream, no.
If you drink slowly while eating snacks at a party, it doesn't make
much sense.  But in the context of getting too drink (to drive, for
example) it makes a difference if you are drinking really slowly.

Quote:
> The same omount of beer/shot/wine is absorbed in the same amount of time when it comes to booze.  This is generally proved by the

So you''re arguing concentration has no affect on the diffusion
rate.  You win an ignoble prize.

--Tedward

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
> DoOd, donut let the facts get in the way here.
> Please listen to what he is saying.

Why don't you chug six shots one night, six beers the next,
and get back to me.  It's assinine to think those two events
are anywhere near the same.

--Tedward

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
>>> The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
>>> stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

>>> As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
>>> of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
>>> is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
>>> six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
>>> disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.

>>> 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
>>> the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.

>>> 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
>>> times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
>>> is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

>>> 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
>>> that way.  Do the...

>>> There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
>>> sober isn't one of them.

>>> --Tedward

>> Your fuzzy math works for those that haven't been convicted and HAD to take course by experts in this matter,  The fact is, one
>> beer=1 shot=1glass of wine, alcohl wise.

> The amount, yes.  The rate at which it enters the ***stream, no.
> If you drink slowly while eating snacks at a party, it doesn't make
> much sense.

^^^^^
I meant "difference"

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Quote:
> But in the context of getting too drink (to drive, for
> example) it makes a difference if you are drinking really slowly.

>> The same omount of beer/shot/wine is absorbed in the same amount of time when it comes to booze.  This is generally proved by the

> So you''re arguing concentration has no affect on the diffusion
> rate.  You win an ignoble prize.

> --Tedward

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

| >

| > | The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
| > | stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.
| > |
| > | As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
| > | of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
| > | is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
| > | six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
| > | disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.
| > |
| > | 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
| > | the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.
| > |
| > | 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
| > | times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
| > | is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.
| > |
| > | 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
| > | that way.  Do the...
| > |
| > | There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer.
Remaining
| > | sober isn't one of them.
| > |
| > | --Tedward
| > |
| > | This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray
| > |
| >
| >
| > I thought that *** *** level was ultimately determined by liver's
| > ability to process the ***. T
|
| It's one rate issue out of many.  The "average person" burns off
| about .015% per hour; a regular drinker .02%.
|
| > he general rule of thumb I always heard was
| > one drink per hour. If that's the case, then the rate of consumption
would
| > seem to be the biggest factor.
|
| That's a gross approximation that works because the rate of intake
| is so goddam slow.  Who the hell drinks two beers during a basketball
| game, for example?  Try drinking six beers vs. six shots during a
| basketball game and get back to me.
|

In Wisconsin, we will regularly drink a beer as fast as everyone else drinks
a shot.

We are binging exprets.

Ben

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:

> > DoOd, donut let the facts get in the way here.
> > Please listen to what he is saying.

> Why don't you chug six shots one night, six beers the next,
> and get back to me. ?It's assinine to think those two events
> are anywhere near the same.

> --Tedward

uh...right...again, don't let the facts get in the way of a good
argument

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Don't let the well over a half gallon of water in six beers

Quote:
> > DoOd, donut let the facts get in the way here.
> > Please listen to what he is saying.

> Why don't you chug six shots one night, six beers the next,
> and get back to me. It's assinine to think those two events
> are anywhere near the same.

> --Tedward

uh...right...again, don't let the facts get in the way of a good
argument

### One drink = one glass of wine = one beer

Quote:
> The assinine thread on drinking and driving got me thinking.  That
> stupid metric they taught you in HS is, well, stupid.

> As biomedical engineer, it is patently obvious to me that the amount
> of ETOH is not the only factor.  The amount of water you are getting
> is just as important.  Try doing six shots of tequila one night, chug
> six beers another night, and get back to me.  There's a three-fold
> disadvantage (or advantage, if you aren't driving) to the six shots.

> 1) The rate at which ETOH enters your ***stream is proportional to
> the concentration of ETOH in your stomach.  Do the rsfcking math.

> 2) The amount of water your body recieves from 6 beers is about 11.5
> times greater than amount of water you get from 6 shots.  Since BAL
> is an ETOH/water ratio, do the rscking math.

> 3) More water equals more pee.  About 10% of the ETOH is elimiated
> that way.  Do the...

> There's reasons why I drink strong gin and tonics and not beer. Remaining
> sober isn't one of them.

> --Tedward

> This has been a public dis-service announcement sponsored by Tanqueray

What I hate about HS drug education is that my kids are giving me a hard
time about my Friday night beers.

I'm making six figures, they have a pool in the back yard, vacation to the
beach every summer, the Penn Stater will have NO college loans to pay back
and I'm abused for cracking a few brewskis at the end of a long week.

There Ain't No Justice.

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