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    The Temper | 5/4/20 | 5 min
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    • pandemia
      Scout
      2 weeks ago

      I will investigate if this is also true in Italy

    • chrissetiana
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      3 weeks ago

      The lengths businesses would go for profit smh

    • TripleG
      Reading streak
      3 weeks ago

      Any kind of shameful promoting to make more money for the alcohol industry.

    • jbuchana
      Scribe
      3 weeks ago

      Unbelievable. Shameful. I used to drink a lot, but stopped 19 years ago when my psychiatrist told me that the meds she prescribed would work a lot better without alcohol. My wife stopped years before that, well before I met her, she's been a sober alcoholic for decades. Before the shutdown, we used to go to a local gym for exercise, but have never been really serious about athletics. Still, even though it has no effect on us, marketing alcohol as healthy just seems like a bad thing to me. Somewhat evil actually.

    • Alexa
      Top reader this weekScoutScribe
      3 weeks ago

      Last summer, Eater reported that alcohol companies are marketing their products as an important part of the wellness lifestyle.

      Seriously shameless marketing tactics, ugh.