Wine a bit -- You'll feel better!

Happy New Year’s Eve!

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Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos


Wine a bit -- You'll feel better!

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

If you do decide to wine a bit:

  1. do it at home
  2. arrange for a designated driver
  3. have someone deliver you and pick you up
  4. get a hotel room
  5. call a cab.

Don’t take public transportation (like the train or a bus) if you’re inebriated. The train and bus police will be out in force because drunk folks tend to damage mass transit facilities, either intentionally or unintentionally. Also don’t go traipsing down the street all wined up; that is also called public intoxication. You don’t need the financial penalties that come with being drunk in public.

Have fun, and best wishes for health, happiness, peace, and prosperity in 2013 and beyond!


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45 thoughts on “Happy New Year’s Eve!

  1. sunshinemac

    Happy New Year to you too RR. I so agree with this blog – our road death toll since 1 December is well over 1000 already. Mostly due to DUI. Drive dry, arrive alive as we say here.

  2. jotsfromasmallapt

    What a difference….in Portland all mass transit vehicles: bus, street car and MAX….are free after 8-30p and into the wee hours of the New and Improved 2013…in an effort to provide safe transportation for all…whether drinking or not.

    Happy New Year to you RR and Jim!

    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      We have some organizations — for profit and nonprofit — that provide rides home but the cities are broke, so they want every penny and they don’t mind if some of those pennies come from those who are drunk in public.

  3. smilingtoad

    Sound advice. Loving your blog. Hope you had a marvelous and splendid NYEve.

    We were attempting to get back home rather late last night (2 am oh dear…) and happened to be on the wrong street- bars were disgorging what looked like thousands of young people from the bars…it was rather eerie, that foggy, New Year’s Eve night.

    Anyhow, grand post, looking forward to discovering more. Cheers and happy 2013!

    Autumn Jade

  4. Inside the Mind of Isadora

    Great advice … my husband and i take turns when there are festivities. This way someone is always ready to drive. Fortunately, for us, we’re a one glass of something.
    Happy New Year 2013 … may it filled filled with magical memories to last your whole life through.

  5. malctg

    Hi Russel. Great to hear from you again. And Thank you for liking my poems, it means so much. Seems a long time a go now New Year. I worked News Years Day. You are a Great artist, Best Wishes for 2013, The Foureyed Poet.

  6. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    Was wondering what you did new year’s… Ah Zoey, Russel – great stuff. It’s really good for you to do that recommendation at the end. I really appreciate being referred. Happy new year, all year :)


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