Drinks.com skirts around regulation

from the Calling-all-alcoholics dept

Drinks.com is establishing relationships with local retailers in 30 states and promises to be selling you your favorite nighttime (or morning) beverage by 2001. I think this is great. Any way for more kids, alcoholics or others to get at alcohol is a great thing, in my opinion.

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Jon Acheson says:

Actually, I think this is great.

As a Pennsylvania resident, it might actually allow me more selection than I get at the state-run liquor stores in my area. Stores which have uniformly BAD selections, and all the ambiance of Stalinist Russia.

Of course, a better solution would be to ditch the liquor store system like the repressive failure it is, but then everyone would turn into alcoholics and vampires like the heathen scum in Delaware.


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