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(Chicago Trib)   In an effort to make Fark headlines more often in the future, the town of Downers Grove seeks to give an old folk's home a liquor license   (chicagotribune.com) divider line 3
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2014-04-10 04:43:30 PM
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So they'll be able to serve wine and beer with dinners. Old people like wine and beer, just like younger people do. What the hell is the problem with that? Should old people all be celibate teetotalers just because they're old?

Screw that. If I'm ever in a home, I damn well expect it to have an open bar.
2014-04-10 04:39:34 PM
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We need to establish a set of "ok now you can take/drink whatever in the hell you want" criteria for older folks. Stuck at home all day, can't drive, let em load up on heroin and whiskey if that's what gives them pleasure. It's not like they are going to wreck their health...
2014-04-10 05:13:31 PM
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cptjeff: So they'll be able to serve wine and beer with dinners. Old people like wine and beer, just like younger people do. What the hell is the problem with that? Should old people all be celibate teetotalers just because they're old?

Screw that. If I'm ever in a home, I damn well expect it to have an open bar.


This. If my retirement home is byob the shuttle had better include a liquor store stop.

I have to make up for all the drinking I'm not doing now.
 
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