I've mismeasured and misdrilled plenty of times without the aid of intoxicants--although not on skis. Certainly possible a tech is stoned; more likely rushed and overworked and getting yelled at by the boss who's getting yelled at by the customers who want their skis done yesterday. And do you think techs aren't aware of the kind of contempt towards them that is expressed in this thread? Do you think that encourages them to be extra careful with your skis (not talking about the OP)?
Any criticism to the tech or shop should be for not noticing after the jig came off and binding went on... or worse, noticing but hoping the customer would not. That is what was really wrong here IMO. Own up to the mistake on the front end when that happens.
The hilarious thing is that I don't even think the ski in the photo is all THAT terrible. I'd probably not be demanding a new pair of skis over that, though I wouldn't be happy. I do all my own skis and have a pair that came out a little worse than that one. I ski them and it isn't even noticeable to me at all. I was really bummed when I saw the clamp had moved but just decided to try them anyway before deciding to move up/back a little and re drill. They ski fine to me. The mistakes that are likely to be due to intoxication are the ones where any skier would immediately notice when picking up the skis... hence the ski 3" different than the other one I gave as the stoned tech example.