Valkyrie wrote:Oh, you're right. It reminds me of a funny story I heard once about a judge who liked to shop at a liquor store on State Line Road in Kansas City and park across the street... Apparently, a cop thought it'd be a good idea to set up a liquor version of a speed trap there.
Then again, who would know where you got your booze, anyway?
Besides, the same rule for water probably also applies for beer: it'd be cheaper to buy it in Nevada than to haul it across the mountains. Hard liquor might be different, but...
Ugly Dougly wrote:I've never been able to find Everclear in California.
C187 wrote:I've been buying my beer and liqueur here in Ohio for the last week. But I'm starting to think the lady at the state drive-threw (yes you can buy intoxicants while operating your car in Ohio.) liqueur store is beginnings to wonder about me. So I have a question! Do most of the stores in NV sell Rolling Rock or PBR? Because that store I've been going to is the only one in the county that I live in that sells them. And I think it might be best to pick up the last few cases in NV.
robotland wrote:Ugly Dougly wrote:I've never been able to find Everclear in California.
They disappeared after that last crappy single.
Winnemucca or Fernley are my usual tank-up spots for beer...It STILL freaks me out to see people crushing all their cans, me coming from a deposit state and all....Tecate is overrated, by the way. IN SHPACE.....Ve drink ze PBR.
I got a lovely hug from a Recycle Camp cutie for bringing my cans pre-stomped, in a reusable bag...highly recommended.
robotland wrote:C187 wrote: and other places in the state stealer state,
Th' wha? Please to explain, please.
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