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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dtx, Mar 2, 2021.
YouTube guys that post stupid shit online. They had some meetup today
Backstreet Boys concert
why do they think that commie is an insult
Do masks even bother non-crazy people? Sometimes wear glasses and they fog up which is annoying but that’s it.
Quick question for you, do you think most Asian Americans like to be called that. Do you think most Asian Americans like communism?
why do they always look exactly like I expect them to?
He’s got some Mose Schrute in him
been a rough year on the old beet farm
Katy Trail Ice House GM keeping it real
Real ones (ie: me) knew
because they're dumb fucks
How much of the population is still wearing masks, even though they're not required?
I would imagine myself and my wife will still wear masks even if they aren't required.
As dumb as we are as a nation, I fully expect mask usage to tank. I love masks if they can keep me from getting covid or the flu.
in my experience 90% or so of people are still wearing masks. I don't go a ton of places other than grocery store, gas station, Lowe's or Calloway's Nursery, and lately the dentist but I almost never see maskless people
Are you in Southlake? It's fallen off pretty hard here in Parker County.
Arlington, but we're going to visit friends in Aledo tomorrow so I'll keep my eyes open
about time abbott did something useful
Maybe a hot take, but alcohol to go is overrated if you still can't drink in public
Open up liquor stores on Sundays if you really real
yeah I don’t get paying a premium for alcohol to go. Just go to the liquor store, buy your own shit, and make it at home.
It's a way to help your local bar mainly
We just got Sunday liquors store in PA less than 10 years ago. I don’t get the drive through either, with you on that. One thing that’s absolutely blown up here is growlers and 22 ounce cans to go from beer stores. We have weird laws but most surprisingly all the stores have slushy machines as well. Daquaries, Mai Thai, pina coloda, and basically any other fruity drink you can think of. Anyhow, they absolutely make a killing on that shit. We know the owner to our local place and he’s completely revamped his business with it. Employs like 10-15 more people offers 10 times the selection what he used to.
I feel like 90% of the times I’ve bought take out beer in my life it was an after hours situation.
tbh they can be slippery sometimes.
PA liquor laws make no sense. I spent most the 2008 summer in Pittsburgh which I enjoyed, but getting any quantity of beer either was a hassle. It was either some weird six-pack maybe a bar would sell you or nothing smaller than a 24-pack from a specialized package store.
The beauty of state's rights is best expressed through their alcohol laws.
From my experience:
-Arkansas/Oklahoma have to have some of the worst, especially Arkansas with most of the state being dry. I believe Oklahoma got rid of their low alcohol beer, but that was some baby back bullshit.
- Mississippi was weird how you could buy liquor and wine at a liquor store but had to buy beer from gas stations or grocery stores.
-Louisiana is the pinnacle of what state alcohol laws should be: Sell it everywhere all of the time. I don’t think you’re allowed to not be drunk in Louisiana.
-Texas isn’t bad but they do need to have Sunday sales for liquor stores.
Some of Texas sucks. Where I live there are no liquor stores can only buy beer and wine. Have to drive to Arkansas to buy liquor
That’s strange. Even when I was in small towns they all had liquor stores. I was surprised having come from a dry county at how much more available it was in a much smaller towns.
Ga has "dry" counties that only sell beer and wine. You also can't buy alcohol on Sundays. It's really stupid
well you basically live in Arkansas sooo
when i first moved here you couldn't even buy beer on texas side. besides no state tax the thing i was most excited about moving to texas was sunday beer sales. get here and can't even buy beer on any day. thankfully they finally started selling beer 5/10 years ago
Are you telling me you’re not anywhere near a Spec’s? Jesus, what are you doing in this place if you don’t have Spec’s/Bucees/HEB? Without those Texas is basically Alabama/MS/Arkansas tier.
Didn’t see the previous post and was hoping he died
never been in a specs or HEB, think bucees is overrated outside bathrooms and beaver nuggets, and while i'm on it whataburger is trash. i fucking hate everything about living in this state and will be moving as soon as my daughter graduates high school
She's in fifth grade so we have plenty of time to hang out
I hear this a lot from Louisiana and Arkansas transplants in particular who live here. You really seem to just want to be miserable instead of just making the best of the hand you’re dealt which I’ll never understand. But I hope you get to move back.
Oklahoma is a lot better than it used to be, but still has a way to go. Low point beer is gone, grocery stores, gas stations, etc now carry wine. Liquor stores can stay open past 9pm, and be open on Sundays (if county govt approves).
I've had lots of fun in the bigger cities. Just despise where I live (and my job). Except for devine I like the Texan tmb'ers. Texas isn't the worst state I just don't understand why most Texans think it's the best
I think it has a lot to do with the facts it’s basically like five or six states and it depends on which one you live in so everyone is coming at it with that perspective. There is certainly a lot of bad that comes with the good parts.