- October 07, 2011 - 07:02
An adult can drink and smoke what they want,they are ones who are the grown ups,but young kids drinking these drinks are a different ball game.I have a young son,I don,t want him to have them,but there is no law to stop these children from buying them.These kids are as young as 7 and 8 years old buying them.I believe they should be sold in NLC stores only,then maybe they can be kept out of the hands of young kids.We all put things in our bodies that are not heathly,but these drinks are deadly,and our young kids don,t understand it,other then that they are cool and everyone else are drinking them.
- October 07, 2011 - 11:50
I agree kids should not be drinking them , i think we should request id to buy them , the same as we do for beer and cigarettes. They can be sold in stores the same as they are now but just an age limit put on it .
- October 06, 2011 - 14:46
Gatorade is tagged, but is neither an energy drink, nor contains caffeine. If it did, I doubt it would be a go-to carbohydrate supplement for athletes. Somebody isn't very clear on their subject matter.
- October 06, 2011 - 14:30
Ha funny , they want to limit caffeine amounts and who can buy them because its so dangerous....i don't see them limiting the amount of alcohol one can consume or how many packs of cigarettes a person is allowed to smoke in a day....both of those will kill thousands of people every year.