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Old 03-25-2019, 03:00 AM   #21
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The blue law never really bothered me. I wouldn't mind if it came back. Just a little slower pace.
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Old 03-26-2019, 08:55 PM   #22
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You guys can say what you want about Jersey, but aside from a few dry towns, I can go anywhere on any day and drink whatever I want lol. We can buy it all in one store, too. I always get confused going out of state and having to go to a beer store, wine store, or liquor store. It's all alcohol, why do we need different stores?

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You guys can say what you want about Jersey, but aside from a few dry towns, I can go anywhere on any day and drink whatever I want lol. We can buy it all in one store, too. I always get confused going out of state and having to go to a beer store, wine store, or liquor store. It's all alcohol, why do we need different stores?

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I doubt folks will flock there for that reason.
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I doubt folks will flock there for that reason.
Nope, they are leaving in droves

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