Matthew Yglesias: The case for getting drunk at work.
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“Matthew Yglesias: The case for getting drunk at work.”
This could definitely help de-stress an office, but wouldn’t be good in high precision fields. I like the idea and think it could be used in targeted situations.
“Cancer risk may be linked to stressful conditions, events early on in life.”
So, drink alcohol!
Are you being sarcastic? That sounds like a terrible solution. There are more effective and less damaging ways to relieve stress.
Tom has a point. Using alcohol to relieve high stress condition is just asking for addiction.
“Woman has baby using embryo frozen 18 years.”
Science is a wonder.
“Study: There’s no such thing as a right or left brain thinker.”
First they took Pluto away, now this?
Are we really making the case for getting drunk? What about deleterious health conditions associated with alcohol consumption? You can relieve stress in other ways.
I must say, I have had some of my best ideas while being intoxicated… I’ve also had some of my worst.
Coors Brewing Company used to allow workers to drink on the job. In the mid-1990s a worker died after a drunk driving accident (leaving work if as I recall) and the company decided to halt the practice.
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