Originally Posted by psandman
Of course they do. But what does that have to do with this issue. The expiration date on my driver's license simply denote sthe time that the state requires me to pay again. It has nothing to do with how old I am. If having that particular picture ID satisfies you as proof of my age because it contains a picture of me and my date of birth ...... why would the fact that the state wants more money from me change that for you?
In California last year or maybe the year before (Ive gotten to the age every year blends into one) The DMV got behind in issuing DL's I think by 3 months
I had an expired license (It was expired by about a month) and I went to go get a six pack from the seven eleven. The guy asks for my ID which is fairly unusual in itself cus im clearly and I do mean clearly over 30. I show him it and of course he sais "its expired" and that I need a valid and current DL otherwise I cannot be served ! I was flabbergasted !!! I told the guy to just use his common sense I said "Its obviously me, im obviously of age and I was born in 1977" but he would not budge. This wound me up nad I was pissed !!
In the grander scheme of things Im getting real sick of being told to constantly show an ID to whomever demands, as I get older and more cynical Im starting to see that this is a real invasion of privacy and less and less to do with checking my age and more more to do with getting me to conform with every little nitt picky little law they feel making up. Well im glad I got that of my chest.
In answer to the op in reality I think you will be fine as most casinos will not ID you, but I might avoid places with a BBJ as this may be heart breaking lol.