And then there's my mom, carded when she was 75 years old for a bottle of beer. Go figure! :biggrin:
I once asked about carding people who are obviously over age and was told that when there's an infraction of the liquor laws in NV, the store may be required to asked every customer for ID for a period of time. It's like an extra punishment for failure to follow the rules.
I guess if you sell liquor to someone underage, the store is fined and all employees must card everyone for a month or two to make them be more diligent (I was told there's be obviously overage people coming in to check as well)
I call that the 'GOD' complex. I've seen it before. They think since they have a gun and a badge that they are above everyone. Luckily they get rid of them before they get too high in the department and luckily they are a very small minority in LE.
I started getting defensive about your post until I got to the end, "they are a very small minority in LE."
Thanks for that last part.
How hard is it to go home and change clothes before going to buy something like this? Public image???