A performed a voluntary act (stabbing b) that caused b"s death (the social harm). My voluntary act causes the intended result. ie. murder. It is a conduct, but it is causing the risk that others will be harmed by the intoxicated state. There is not a tangible result, but the crime is designed to show that there is a social harm that follows conduct. Hypo 1: imagine we have martin, who is a farmer. He then gets into his crop duster with his wife. He knows he is drunk and he knows he is in a plane. He decides to hand the plane over to his wife and parachute over his own property. Then wind ends up blowing him onto public lands. Now, he is manifesting drunkenness there on the public property. Is he guilty under the statute shown above: this hypo is different because it was reasonably foreseeable that the wind could have blown him onto public property.