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On the Grasslands of Africa the packs of lions turn the grassy feeding ground of the zebra into their slaughterhouse floor The lions hang back observing the herd They eye out the old lame or very young to maximize their assurance of success They stay low and out of sight of the zebra being careful not to be spotted Although some zebra will die today the lions are indirectly assuring that the herd of zebras will continue Darwin believed that by the killing of the weak of a species that the stronger more vertile of the group would be left Thus maximizing their ability to feed multiply and otherwise function to the maxim of their ability By the weak zebras dying they are streamlining the heard and increasing the herds amount of grazing land not to mention the gene pool being saved from their inferior seed Just as some in society believe you can take this basic theory and apply it to social issues a small group as people think we college students can do the same with our brains through the mass consumption of alcohol Exactly what is a mass amount Binge drinking is defined as taking five or more alcoholic drinks in a row Wechsler ET al 1997 A local Brain Trust that I asked while doing research for this subject had this to say about this definition of bingemass consumption of alcohol Think this is pre-posterous this Wechsler person is a real panty waist How can someone be an expert on the binge drinking if they cant drink more than five beers If more than five beers are not a sufficient amount used to define binge drinking I headed back to Mr Burton for an answer As luck would have it Mr Burton the local expert on alcohol at the braintrust was preparing for a night out This would enable me to observe a bingdrinker in their natural
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