3 Liters = about 60 drinks. Daily recommended amount is 1-2 drinks or equivalent per day. This is a story. DO NOT do what JB did. PLEASE follow the drinking age in your country. Also, please pardon my Greek.
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The numbers can't be accurate. I know you know that the liver can only process 1 drink per hour. At 60 (consumed) - 24 (processed) drinks per day, he is accumulating 36 drinks per day. After, say, 10 days, he has 360 drinks in his system. That would be 2.8 GALLONS of pure ethanol. That would make his blood alcohol level 200%. Not physically possible.
60 drinks a day = 600 grams of Ethanol a day X 7 days = 4,200 grams of Ethanol a week = 16,800 grams of Ethanol a month= 201,600 grams of Ethanol a year or 444 Lbs. So over 14 years this human's Liver processed 6,222 Lbs of Ethanol?
Over the same time frame of my recent 14 years I have consumed 15 drinks a day every day (as 2 bottles of dry red wine). This equals 150 grams of Ethanol a day X 7 days = 1,050 grams of Ethanol a week = 4,200 grams of Ethanol a month = 50,400 grams of Ethanol a year or 111 pounds. So over my recent 14 years my Liver processed 1,554 Lbs of Ethanol and I just turned 60 and also have gained 44 pounds over those 14 years. The only thing I have probably done differently is that I have always eaten well and taken supplements as well as regular blood and liver tests.
So. If this human who died at 27 had my consumption levels he would have passed away at 69 years of age? He died in 1973 so that would have instead stretched his death to 2029.
Suddenly I'm hoping I haven't left it too late as I finally stopped as of yesterday. Time will tell I guess.
My mother died Oct. 27th last year. She was a heavy drinker but was a functioning Alcoholic. she wrked at the hospital for 35 yrs. she woke up one morning and her eyes were yellowish, brown. she went to the doctor that day to find out she has ENDSTAGE LIVER DISEASE. she was given 2 to 6 months to live, she made it 6 weeks. im 30 and recently was honorably discharge from the army/time served. ive drank beer almost everyday since ive been 18. Im afraid im going to end up like my mother. ive always struggled with soberity and smart enough to know what im doing to myself and what i need to do to stop. but its so hard to stop doing what you have always done and know. my emotions are all over the place and i now struggle with mentally easy tasks. i have to stop before i meet the same fate. my mom blew up like a balloon from all the fluid in her body when her body was shutting down, and kept forgetting things and repeated herself and was confused all the time almost like Alzheimers from the toxins not being filter out of her body. I have to stop! Pray for me in my journey, I ask GOD to take the taste away and the urge to escape in a can. LOVE YOU ALL.
as a rum enthusiast i came to make sure Rum in an of itself wasnt the cause..
thankfully i have about 1-2 drinks aver half dozen days or so ( weekends to you people who get them off)
i have to say i love these vids but after watching about 5 in a row i feel as if everything inside dont "feel quite right" LOL
psychosomatic...i hope XD
My girlfriend’s grandfather drank a fifth of rum everyday since he was 30 and lived to be 92 years old. Genetics plays a huge role in tolerance thresholds to alcohol and other substances.
That being said, 3 liters a day is almost impossible to believe. Most humans would have been dead within a far shorter period of time from consuming that much alcohol. How did he not die from chronic dehydration? How was he able to drink enough water after consuming that much alcohol. This guy was an abnormality without a doubt.
dad's boss was a chronic alcoholic. One afternoon he threw up blood, but refused to go to the hospital. Next morning he was found dead in his chair with another empty bottle by his side.
We inherited his dog.
Fun fact: Mother McCrees Uptown Jug Champions was a predecessor to the Grateful Dead. "JB" was referred to by his friends/bandmates as "Pigpen," one of whom was Jerry Garcia. Pigpen was the Grateful Dead's pianist/frontman until he died at the age of 27. Pigpen also dated Janis Joplin for a period of time, who also died from heavy drug abuse.
3 liters of rum a day at age 13... How is alcohol poisoning not a thing?! Most people that don't drink, even adults, would die after 1 liter or less. This video makes it seem like it's a thing that can be done knowing there are eventual long term consequences, when in fact, it can instantly kill you if you drink a huge quantity like that.
I think my dad had this from drinking too much my dad had beers under the kitchen sink he started to throw up every 5min when he was driving he passed out
Then my mom called 911 he died from carte act arrest I found out when my mom was 😭