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Old 08-26-2013, 04:56 AM
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Is not drinking on sundays in the bible? Then make it so!
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Old 01-11-2014, 02:36 PM
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Wow, sounds like CharlieLovesCarolina has a bit of an attitude. I totally get it that he loves the Carolina's but come on.... no need to be rude to the good folks who pay SC taxes and are questioning the alcohol rules and regulations in this beautiful state. I recently moved here myself and I love it...however, I was also a little bewildered by the no beer/wine sales here on Sunday. It took me a bit to learn which stores sell and which ones don't. So Charlie, be kind and take it down a couple of notches...lets see some of that Southern Hospitality.
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by NoodlesKnowles View Post
Agreed, who would choose what town they are to live in based on alcohol sales?(well ok maybe someone with a serious drinking habit) I live in easley and have to drive into greenville on sundays if I forget to pick up anything during the week. its a mild annoyance, but has caught me unprepared more than once, and there is really no reason for it.
I also used to live in Easley and this has happened to me before and I agree. There really is no need for such an antiquated law. Only this not only happens in SC even in Dallas County there are dry places. Thats just one small example of why Houston is so much better than the Big D
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