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21 year old college student, conservative values, Southern Baptist, seeking information on best cities to live in; Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia

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Old 04-22-2007, 03:01 AM
 
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When I said fully wet, I meant package as well as liquor by the drink. The Sunday thing is an Oklahoma Blue Law, not unique to Stillwater. You also can't buy liquor of any kind on election days.

People from other states seem to be shocked at the Blue Laws in Oklahoma, so they're something to check out of you consider moving there. For my part, I assumed that you couldn't buy a car ANYWHERE on Sunday. I was wrong.
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