Welcome to America. Glad you could join us.
I knows! Now I don’t have to drive across the state line to by booze!
No more long drives to stock up? Congratulations! I imagine the local merchants who can now sell liquor are very happy.
It wasn’t that long a drive to the state line from where I live. Like 6 miles. And I’ll probably still make that drive just because the Arkansas tax rate is cheaper by far in Missouri than it is here in Arkansas.
Any added revenue is always good for the area.
And now we can have bars! Oh wait, we had “clubs” and “restaurants” before that served.
Yay! Big boy coolaid for everyone!
I love the Adult Kool-Aid.
There are still dry counties in these illustrious United States? In the 21st century? Amazing.
Yeah, like Will said, I bet the merchants are dancing for joy.
There are many still: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dry_communities_by_U.S._state
In New Jersey to buy beer or any sort of liquor one must visit a liquor store or a bar that sells packaged goods. Grocery stores are for… Groceries!
This was in a supercenter. You know, groceries, clothing, etc. I don’t know if the regular grocery stores will carry any here. I’m sure the actual liquor stores will start popping up though soon.
What they wanna do… they CAN do, cuz it’s not a
Good The B-52′s reference.
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