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Mandatory AlcoholEdu Training Course & Exam

   Fri, August 29, 2008 - 1:06 PM
Last night:

"Some words come to mind.

MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP MAKE IT STOP!!!!!!!!!!

Before you begin there's a message that says, "This is going to take three or four hours to complete," and something to the affect of, "We don't care whether or not you decide to drink, you have to take this anyway because it will help you deal with your drunk friends."

Starts out with some utterly Godawful, one-take videos. "What does BAC stand for?" "Umm, body alcohol calculator?" and goes on to a TWO PAGED POP QUIZ. Nothing on that quiz would help me deal with my drunk friends! I'm now on page four. Still nothing. Awesome! The flash video bugged and now I have no go back to the beginning and watch it AGAIN. Three ways to torture an INTJ: Make him watch those videos. Make him watch them again. Make him watch them again.

Yeah. Guess what. I DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THIS! WHY DO YOU THINK I HAVE TIME FOR THIS??

Great, a SURVEY!! Who's at fault when a rape occurs under the influence? I @#$%ING WONDER. Look, I avoid the newspapers because there's crap like that in them. I avoid TV because of crap like this. It has become a mission in my life to avoid all things I don't want to know about. Putting it in a mandatory survey does NOT MAKE ME HAPPY.

What exactly do they think we were force-fed in driver's ed and health class?

Alright, I've seriously had enough of this. What part of "I'm never going to drink," is hard to comprehend?

Quality picture! ¦D
I loled

Wow, I failed the test by five points. ¦D

I failed by ten points on my retake. XD

"

Tried again today, passed by three points.

Don'cha love it?:

3: Alcohol can have a negative effect on academic performance because of:
A
alcohol's interference with the ability to process new information
B
hangovers leading to missed classes
C
forgotten work
D
all of the above

26: Which of the following perceptions influence why and how people drink:
A
how much we think others are drinking
B
how often we think others are drinking
C
what we think we will or won't get from drinking
D
all of the above

37: Which of the following activities can cause your BAC to rise quickly:
A
drinking two different kinds of alcohol
B
playing drinking games
C
both a and b
D
neither a or b


That was painful.



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