MyDearFriend wrote:I can't believe I'm taking shit from a meat-cake-with-teeth. :lol:
illy dilly wrote:Yeah, I'm totally doing this!!!
My cup is a little small and sort of weird shaped to put the ID right on the cup. But, I'm thinking a laminated copy on a 2in lanyard(or something similar) that is permanently attached to the handle of the Mug.
Ludo wrote:...your license is safely back at your tent!
2. Is it only people under 25 or so who can expect to be carded?
BBadger wrote:I'm sure it's more about due diligence than certifying ages beyond all doubt. Even with a full blown driver's license, each state has a different one, and it's not like bars have those new barcode scanners, UV lights, etc. to determine whether your awesomely laminated fake ID is real or not anyway.
catinthefunnyhat wrote:1. So a photocopy of your ID reallly is sufficient under Nevada law? Here in Ontario, it's original or bust, baybee. Using a photocopy would be nice, as my ID is my passport, and that's a rather... precious thing, especially as I'll be out of my home country. Heh... I probably need to get a firearms license. That would be a good ID.
2. Is it only people under 25 or so who can expect to be carded? My experience here is that during big events, everyone gets carded, and I mean everyone. There are sometimes even sob stories of grannies who couldn't drink because they didn't have their pensioner's card with them to prove they were over 21. (OK, maybe those stories come from the UK, and maybe they were in the Daily Mail ("It's absolutely true because I read it in the Daily Mail!"). Still, I'd hate to be caught ID-less because I thought being 40 granted me some sort of immunity...
gyre wrote:catinthefunnyhat wrote:1. So a photocopy of your ID reallly is sufficient under Nevada law? Here in Ontario, it's original or bust, baybee. Using a photocopy would be nice, as my ID is my passport, and that's a rather... precious thing, especially as I'll be out of my home country. Heh... I probably need to get a firearms license. That would be a good ID.
Carry permit is a valid ID in the states, good for burning man will call, voting, or especially when they card you for allergy medication.
Cops know if you have a carry permit, they don't have to worry about you.
Too fucking hard to get one and keep it.
I'd get one for that reason alone.
You don't have to own a gun to get one here.
30.240 Serving minor: Demand of proof of age as defense. In
any proceeding for the suspension or revocation of any license
based upon a violation of section 30.235, proof that the
defendant licensee or his agent or employee demanded and was
shown, immediately prior to furnishing any intoxicating liquor to
a person under the age of 21 years, bona fide, unaltered,
documentary evidence of majority and identity of the person,
issued by a federal, state, county or municipal government or
subdivision or agency thereof, including but not limited to a
motor vehicle operator's license, a registration certificate
issued under the Federal Selective Service Act, or an
identification card issued to a member of the armed services is a
defense to the proceeding for the suspension or revocation of the
TomServo wrote:Awesome idea! Not only responsible, but I'm sure will win you points with the bartender. I know it would for me.
Ultimately, it's the discretion of the LEO, that determines whether or not it will even go to court. The fact that it's a copy, NOT the real ID, I think won't really matter. The last thing an officer would want to do, is to travel around matching up IDs.
portaplaya wrote:tattoogoddess wrote:So ALWAYS ALWAYS ask if they are of age before seeing an ID. it will cover your ass!
This was in Nevada?
tattoogoddess wrote:Felons cant drink in NV? Good to know.
tattoogoddess wrote:so ok reading laws currently for NV. How do you handel this one?
"Minors are not permitted to hang out in areas of a business where liquor is sold, served, or given away, unless the under age person is an employee and regulations related to such employment are adhered to. This includes hotels, casinos, and restaurants.
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