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William Speight 19459574 Food for Thought I went to a party at one of my friend’s house on Saturday with about 20 other friends. When I got there, there were about 5 or 6 bottles of hard liquor on a table. It was up to each person to serve themselves, but if anyone felt like one person was drinking too much or getting out of hand, we cut them off of the alcohol and let them only have water from that point forward. I never saw any drugs personally, but I heard from some others that a few people were smoking pot out in the back. About half way through the night, one person fell down and was acting a little hysterical. She had a little too much to drink, we think, so we brought her up to a room and just laid her down, with her body on her side, leaning over. Everyone else was pretty much fine. The girls as a whole were more drunk and a little bit more crazy than the guys. The event, as a whole, wasn’t too weird to me since a couple of my friends were also not drinking. We tended to hang out together, and were a little
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2009 for the course MECHE chem1a taught by Professor Stacy during the Spring '09 term at American College of Gastroenterology.

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