intelligent comment below: State alcohol laws? So much for "freedom" those conservatives always proclaim
USAF Retired: I regularly attend antique car parts swap meets. The food and drink vendors have a captive audience and the prices reflect this.... A few enterprising folks have tubs of used spark plugs and signs that say "Buy a spark plug for a dollor and get a coke or hot dog for free"....They sell alot of used spark plugs....... Funny thing though..Most people drop the spark plugs back in the tub as they walk away.
Satanic_Hamster: DownDaRiver: I would have figured that Texas would be a pretty open, non-restrictive state when it came to alcohol.Oh no. Remember, conservatives love freedom of commerce... For big businesses. Not small ones.This is reason that in state producers are farked in Texas. Texas wine makers can't make direct shipments to customers, local beer and wine producers have retarded sales and distribution restrictions. All to protect big producers.
DownDaRiver: I would have figured that Texas would be a pretty open, non-restrictive state when it came to alcohol.
John Buck 41: fusillade762: You're not paying for sex, you're paying for champagne her to leave.
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