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Liquor is a regulated commodity, as it should be, given the many dangers from its misuse. By allowing convenience stores and grocery stores to sell liquor, we would be increasing tremendously the amount of point-of-purchase locations, making it all the more difficult to regulate.
If liberalizing and loosening restrictions are indicated, the first step should be to allow liquor stores to sell mixers, munchies, and other related items. That would make sense and make shopping more convenient for the majority of Americans who consume alcohol.
However, the current push is merely a money grab by the large convenience and grocery store chains to take a bigger bite out of the consumer dollar, and will put many small mom and pop liquor stores out of business.
I'd say "yes", but that will give Hyvee an excuse to stock even less of the things I need. The store on CP is pathetic.
We've got maroons on our team! Ronaldo?
"You will have to pry the cold beer from my dead hands!"
You go, Bea! I still bet you looked hot at that Skynard concert. I've got a thing for women who came of age in the 60's and 70's. I'm an 80's guy, myself.
Blue, there should be no limits on selling of alcohol of any kind, ever. Anyone who suggests restrictions of any kind -- like saying someone shouldn't be able to sell to minors or being against home stills and selling hooch to your neighbors out of the back of your van without any form of registration -- are really just wanting to ban alcohol sales entirely. They are just a bunch of Carrie Nations, I tell ya.
You will have to pry the cold beer from my dead hands!
They should be able to sell liquor as long as it isn't in high capacity containers.
Maroons I tell ya', maroons!
Strangers in Naughton? Not good!
I like a hint of mint in my tea. Is that a pinko commie thing?
There is zero gravy left. I don't know when I've seen that happen. Sure pissed the dog off.
Ronaldo, many a Julep drinker would take exception.
I was wondering about the outcome and analysis of the Cotton Bowl played last night. I guess that what the Heisman winner and 2 fellow Big 12 teams did last night isn't noteworthy around here. Boy, but that article about the high school bowling season starting up sure makes up for it.
I agree that probably the dumbest thing is not being able to buy mixers, soda, or anything except liquor in a liquor store. Mass Beverage has a store within the store where you can buy that stuff. Seperate books, separate business. What the hell? It reminds me of those pharmacies in Mexico where there is a curtain divider behind the counter. The owner is a pharmacist on one side, then crosses through the curtain so he becomes a doctor that can prescribe the dope he sells.
I already get my groceries where I get my beer, at the Free State Brewery.
The Sketchy List. strikes again.
There's an isle that's all cookies?! Hot diggity! I have often wished for such a place. Pecan Sandie beaches, chocolate chip tropics & deep water wafers! Yum! Sure hope the grocery store there sells booze.
The cookie isle must be stocked.
Sometimes when questions like this are asked, I'm still amazed how many Kansans are OK with this state being bass ackward.
"“ I don’t think that’s a good idea. I think mom and pop shops are always encouraging for the local economy. ”"
That doesn't even mean anything. I have no clue to his point.
"Jacob Skalko, works at Walmart,"
He works at Wal Mart? That's rich.
Some readers appreciate the answer that is to the point.
You would think I was waving to a crossing guard.
And mint should never be commingled with anything but rum.
What does fricken mean anyway? Who flippin' cares?
And then sell marijuana also...they could call it 'Pot 'n Go'. I think...with a store in a store like described..you have to have doors and other clerks and stuff which shoots your overhead in the foot and creates a regular frick n frack situation. But in this state nobody gives a flip anyway,
Not getting involved in the debate, but would like to point out that the gas station at 23rd and Harper has a convenience store with a liquor store attached to it. Just attach a liquor store or open a store inside the store kind of like Subway does inside some convenience stores.
I don't care about grocery stores. But liquor stores should be able to sell mixers, tonic, soda, limes/lemons..all that stuff as necessary.
The compromise that some states use is to sell full-strength beer and wine at grocery stores, but not liquors.
I think they should allow grocery stores to sell booze. If not, at least let liquor stores sell ice and mixers alongside the booze.
it's not any worse than being able to buy beer at any truck stop style convience store along any interstate in the U.S. I've always wondered why we are constantly told that we should not drink and drive, yet every gas station in the U.S. sells beer!!!
Well, I'm not gonna blame my drinking problem on ABC stores, but there were at least 2 on every block in Waikiki. They sold liquor from 7am-Midnight. So did Food Pantry, the rip off tourist grocery store. I used to wake up with the shakes at about 530am and walk over there with a really bad jones. They blocked off the booze aisle with grocery carts til 7am, so I'd stand right there sweating and tapping my foot until I could grab a bottle of gin. Oh, Kansas, that's right. Mom and Pop blah bah. Maybe the Merc would sell a locally made dandelion wine. And organic cigarettes, too.
They should sell liquor at Billy Vanilly, whatever that is. Cute girls work there.
Kansas had statewide prohibition from 1881 to 1948, longer than any other state, and continued to prohibit on-premises liquor sales until 1987. As of 2012 Kansas has 19 dry counties, where on-premises liquor sales are prohibited, but the sale of 3.2% beer is permitted, though Kansas still has not ratified the 21st Amendment, which ended nationwide prohibition in 1933.
What a bass-ackward mess. There aren't even any good hardcore porn shops in this town. I have to go all the way to Troost and Main in KCMO to have any fun.
NO! (But y'all stop by RoeDy's House of Paranoia and ATF Supply for all your cuzin's needs)
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