Joe Blowme: [www.whisky.dk image 700x880][crwine.com image 260x315]If you have ever had these, you know why the increase in drinking in iowa
WalMartian: What's the difference between Iowa and yogurt?Yogurt has an active culture.
JMan245: Spotted on the horizon, "new Iowa tag to give Florida tag some competition."
redslippers: I moved to rural Iowa from south Florida a little over a year ago. Trust me, Iowa is nowhere near deserving of a Fark tag.Towns as small as 155 people have bars here, though. Seems like any town over 500 has a liquor store. There is just nothing to do here (especially in winter) but drink, it seems.My husband's practice is in a town of 912 people. In this town you may choose to eat at the grocery store deli (processed, from a box, overly salty crap), the gas station, or the filthiest diner I've ever seen. But you can drink at the bowling alley bar, two stand alone bars, the filthy diner, or you can purchase alcohol at the grocery store, the liquor store, and the gas station. There are three churches, three options for shiatty food, but there seven options for procurement/enjoyment of hard liquor.Never seen anything like it until I moved here.
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