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  1. minnesota does not, and i forgot to get beer yesterday, so im drivin to another state for beer. should take about 2 hrs to go to wisconsin for some, i knew i shoulda went last night. oh well, im off. 2 hr drive and i was just gonna get a 12 pack, but hell if im drivin that far i might as well make it a case and a bottle.
  2. wow Minnesota sucks
     
  3. Virginia. Beer yes, liquor no.
  4. Wow that blows. If jersey tried that, I wouldn't really care cause I can make it to 3 other states within 1 hour.

    But in ur case, id probably just not drink today. F that shit.
  5. Yes..
  6. ftr its only 1 hour each way, and im out, im kinda thirsty been busy all week and have had zero beers this weekend so im going, lol.
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  7. in fla, yes....in ga, no
  8. Yes in Michigan but certain counties don't sell whiskey...
  9. You might be an alcoholic if....
  10. yes and at every gas station/convenience store
     
  11. missouri,yes. matter of fact i just got back from the store here is my shopping list-dog food(both bag and can),diesel for the tractor,beer(30 pack),frog legs,chicken thighs,brownie mix,smokes and rum. few other odds and ends.

  12. Beer kills...

    Quit now!
  13. is it statewide? in Tennessee there are some counties that won't sell beer on sundays, but otherwise it's based on the municipality. Nashville and Memphis both sell beer on Sunday. Collierville and smithville do not. short drive to germantown or baxter for beer in the latter two.
  14. Yes
  15. Yes, but being from Wisconsin no one can really be surprised.
  16. liquor can't be sold in Tennessee on Sunday's statewide. and it can only be sold in designated liquor stores, no groceries or corner stores.
  17. alcohol of any kind in indiana, NO.


    tg i'm 5 mins from the border of illinois
  18. VT yes, I went to college in CT for a semester and they did not. I transferred upon learning this. Dry counties and states are for tossers and shape shifters
  19. Indiana = no beer, no liquor.
  20.  
    Originally Posted by TheSilentBob View Post

    Indiana = no beer, no liquor.

    can you buy it in a restaurant? by the drink?
  21. what is the point of not selling beer on sundays?
     
  22.  
    Originally Posted by waboose View Post

    minnesota does not, and i forgot to get beer yesterday, so im drivin to another state for beer. should take about 2 hrs to go to wisconsin for some, i knew i shoulda went last night. oh well, im off. 2 hr drive and i was just gonna get a 12 pack, but hell if im drivin that far i might as well make it a case and a bottle.

    nfs, WI >>>>>> MN on so many things - roads/taxes/beer sales

    I hate that I moved to Minneapolis

    I think beer will be cheaper in WI too so you should def. stock up

    And also, WI > MN in that you can get beer at a gas station and the beer sold in grocery stores isn't weak ass 3.2% shit

    Wisconsin permits the consumption of alcohol by minors, provided they are being supervised by parents/guardians/spouses. Supermarkets, liquor stores, and gas stations may sell liquor, wine, and beer.
    Edited By: time4badbeat Jun 6th, 2010 at 06:14 PM
     
  23. yea not selling alcohol on sundays is retarded...I guess its a christian based thing with church and all.....

    youd think by 2010 this would change
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  24. Georgia - Negative
  25. nevada? yeah we sell cocaine in churchs.
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  26. not selling beer on sundays is one of the dumbest things ever. thankfully i live in wisco. too bad im not drinking today tho im hungover as fuck
  27. I love CA!!
  28. glad i live in a state where the blue laws have been repealed

    i don't think you can buy a car on sunday in your state either
     
  29.  
    Originally Posted by p00pymcp00perton View Post

    I love CA!!

    oh ya me too