Water Into Wine

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  1. I'm fairly certain they do in fact have all of those things at Wal Mart. I mean, its WAL MART, the chain that gave poor health decisions a face. A fat, neckbearded face.

    • Here in Ontario that wouldn't be allowed. Heck the corner stores can't sell booze here unless they're so far away from a major city that they speak like its the year 1825. Even then there's restrictions like crazy like it must be behind a force-field that stuns you if you touch it without permission… The government is jealous of its booze monopoly here.

      • I'm from Sweden and here, they dont allow the stores to sell any kind of beer above like 3% alcohol content, and no wine or liquor at all. All beers 4% and over, and all sorts of liquor are only sold in goverment stores, with pretty limited open hours, I think they close 9 PM at the latest, and 3 PM on Saturdays. Sundays are closed.

    • Wonder when they'll start doing that in the States to make up for the Congress-enforced budget shortfall.

      • My home state of Missouri has been selling alcohol in convenience stores (gas stations) at least since I was a child, and to my knowledge, still do.

    • Does anyone other than me wonder about things like: When was the last time the layer of coins at the bottom of Scrooge's vault saw daylight?

  2. You know, I was gonna say until the alt-text handled it for me, that's not a kiddie pool full of wine so much as it is a kiddie pool full of bottles of wine. Semantics, yes, but important semantics!

  3. The grocery/convenience stores in Virginia can only sell beer or wine. Also they can't sell it to you after midnight. If you want liquor you have to go to an ABC store(forget what it stand for), and they close at 9 pm M-Sat and something like 2 pm on Sundays.

    I just realized all this booze information make me sound like a big drinker. Ah well, I yam what I yam.

  4. 35 feet our walmart's property touches the property of a nearby church. Here in Georgia, that means they can't sell ANY alcohol. Meanwhile, those smug church goers get to drink wine every sunday. SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME!

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