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Brownski Brownski
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campgottagopee wrote
Can you imagine if booze wasn't essential? Holy crap what a shit show we'd have on our hands.
Seriously.
I’d gladly trade my “Christmas in March” to get the rest of you back to work though or even just to get my on-premise co-workers whole again.
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campgottagopee wrote
Can you imagine if booze wasn't essential? Holy crap what a shit show we'd have on our hands.
Is it everywhere?  My brother and his fam in PA told us they ‘couldn’t go to the liquor store’.  Don’t know if that was by choice, or if they are closed.

We REALLY need a proper roll eyes emoji!!
Brownski Brownski
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The liquor stores in PA are state owned. I know they closed them initially but I thought they had reconsidered and opened them up. Maybe not
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Brownski wrote
The liquor stores in PA are state owned. I know they closed them initially but I thought they had reconsidered and opened them up. Maybe not
 
PA reopended for online orders only. No retail stores. Beer distributors are open and some grocery stores sell beer and wine.
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I heard the online store site keeps crashing. I don't drink alot (of liquor anyway  ) and have enough bourbon and scotch for awhile, but wifey is down to two fingers and a couple airplane bottles of Tito's so I guess I'll find out soon enough. Local PA craft distilleries are still open as well.
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How close are you to a border? You might be better off just popping into NY or NJ
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I’d like to know how other modern, Democrat countries are dealing with the economic woes.

This might be a good time to ask ourselves what is working in this country and what is not.

If climate is actually our biggest threat right now we should probably rethink our values, economy, consumption etc. I mean, this cleaner air, quieter skies and streets is actually really beautiful imo. I say this with no disrespect to those that are sick but it has been my observation.

Maybe it’s time to simplify things. Reconsider our health care, free people from crushing student debts etc.

I don’t know, I’m no economic wizard but what seems most apparent to me right now is how much this pandemic is uncovering all of the things wrong in America.
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That’s one expensive suit! :D
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I have also been dreaming about changes for the better.  The improvement in air quality is awesome.
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i read some towns in India are now able to see the Himalaya for the first time in many a moon
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