I have observed that you are basically trying to get people to "behave better" and be more serious in their faith and respect for God.
There were people who were "Fools for Christ" as already mentioned. This is an established "type" of saint in the church...so are you saying that their actions are no longer holy because they wern't "serious"??
You never did responde to many people's posts about the Wedding at Canaan and the miracle there. How does this impress upon your opinion?
Most of the quotes quoted about drinking being bad were from the OT, and Christ said that he came to fulfill the Law, so maybe his fulfillment was to bring us into a new era of enjoying wine? How can you say for sure what was His will at Canaan?
Also, God is Love, if we decide to love him by enjoying ourselves who's to say we are being sacriligious? You and ascetics? Tons of desert fathers drank wine, are we more holy than them? There are TONS of stories of saints being shown "ordinary" people who are sinners like the rest of us, but are shown to be holier than the monks, who spend their whole lives in asceticism. So who is to say that one way is better than the other?
I think that we can adore God and respect him in the way that you are saying, and still enjoy life and the promise of Resurrection, without being tea-toters (I think that's the right phrase).
Pastorally speaking, if you were put in a situation where you had to minister to construction workers who smoke, drink, curse, make lude jokes about everything including God, what would you do? Cry out that they are being rediculous? How pastoral is that? Rather, I think we are called to come to their level. That doesn't mean that we have to do what they do, but we have to approach them in love.
Anyway, i've kind of gone off topic, let me know what you think about any of these things. I hope i've been clear...maybe not though...