University Bans Energy Drinks Because They COULD LEAD TO HIGH RISK SEX

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Universities across the country are pushing statistics that claim female students are being raped at unprecedented levels. The problem is that the stats are untrue. Still, the phony figures are leading to things like this:

Weasel Zippers reports via NBC News:

Say goodbye to the caffeine-fueled all-nighter: Middlebury College in Vermont has banned campus sales of popular energy drinks such as Red Bull and 5-Hour ENERGY.

College officials blame the drinks for contributing to “problematic behavior,” such as alcohol abuse and “high-risk sexual activity,” and say they don’t contribute to the dining service’s mission to “nourish” its students.

A prominent flyer in the college’s Wilson Cafe states: “Energy drink consumption facilitates unhealthy work habits such as prolonged periods of sleeplessness, contributing to a campus culture of stress and unsustainable study habits.”

The college also links these drinks with increasing likelihood that students will drive drunk and use other “intoxicating” substances.

Seriously? How dumb can these liberals get?

What about alcohol?

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