If it wasn't specifically proscribed in the rules, I'd be with the no harm, no foul crowd. But, we all agreed to not use names of that ilk, we made a commitment. Whether it crosses the line is not up to us, it's up to the company, it's just our responsibility to inform them, whether we agree or not. Hence, rules, so that it doesn't get tied down in this type of silliness. If some wish to break their word/commitment, it's up to them. (I am surprised they are flaunting that fact and suggesting others do as well, but to each their own.)
PS: Having known a mother who wanted her daughter/friends around when they got wasted, I can tell you it doesn't result how you think it might. They didn't respect her in the least, and her daughter went on to have a poor drug-addled life, for decades.