Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Minnesota Is Running Out of Booze and Smokes

Due to the state shut down in Minnesota, beer/liquor and cigarette sales may come to a crashing halt. Weird consequence, since two of the biggest revenue streams for states tend to be the "sin" taxes.

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  1. This post reminded me of Gary, an alcoholic friend. Forced into rehab to save his job, Gary approached me to apologize for his alcohol-fueled workplace behavior. Gary was a talented guy, but I was having none of it. "Gary," I blurted, "This is the Mahoning Valley (a depressed area known for public corruption)! Who wants to stay sober?" He lost his "rehab face", and we both had a good laugh. (He moved on and did much better.) Jack/Youngstown

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  2. As a former resident of Minnesota, I have to say that if this were happening in winter, there would be an apocolypse in that state along with convoys to Wisconsin, Iowa, and the Dakotas!

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