• Frank

    I do agree with you on this one.

  • Janice

    I really don't get the tie-in of the title, "Alcohol Abuse has reached 007 and the story line that Greenfield being a New York writer, focusing on radical Islam, unless his book on international challenges America faces in the 21st century covers how alcohol abuse knows no race, nationality, or borders.

  • jstackerbridge

    Of course, if you look at all the TV programs, someone is usually picking up a glass of alcohol of some type or another. We have glamorized booze, in the same way that cigarettes were glamorized in the movies during the 40′ and 50’s.

  • tlittelton

    Celebrities do play an important role in spreading ‘coolness’. The kids are especially suseptible in seeing which star looks the coolest. Who has the drink in their hand, while being cool. This only spreads throughout the teens world at school and their areas of accessibility. If you want more teens binge drinking, just show how funny and cool it looks and it will spread like wildfire.