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Bogdan Radovic
"Alcohol doesn't make you play better, it only takes away the ability to realize about your own mistakes."
Marcus Siepen
Cheers wink.gif
Ivan Milenkovic
This is true, but a beer or two can't do much harm. (if the player is above 21) cool.gif
Marcus Siepen
Hehe, depends, I know some people that get knocked out by one beer wink.gif
Piotr Kaczor
QUOTE (Marcus Siepen @ Feb 17 2009, 10:17 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hehe, depends, I know some people that get knocked out by one beer wink.gif


I know some people that play the guitar (pretty good) after 0,5 litre of vodka smile.gif

but of course I don't recommend this! smile.gif
Dejan Farkas
So true Marcus smile.gif

Alcohol is a nervous system depressant, it slows down your body responses in all ways, reduces attention, and often exaggerate your mood when starting drinking. Also it may cause a person to become aggressive for no apparent reason. For adults in small quantites it can reduce anxiety and make persons more sociable, for underage it is not recommended at all, and in some countries it is even forbidden.

And some people try to drown a sorrow into alcohol, but then they realize that the sorrow swims very well biggrin.gif
David Wallimann
QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Feb 5 2009, 06:23 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
"Alcohol doesn't make you play better, it only takes away the ability to realize about your own mistakes."


Very good tip! :-)
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