Washington Hubbers--What do you think about alcohol being sold in grocery stores now?
I was pretty apathetic towards the matter, but today decided to go into my local Safeway to get a bottle of happy juice. I noticed that their alcohol aisle was pretty bare, and didn't have nearly the variety of selection that was present at my closest liquor store (which, as a result of sales deregulation, has now been shut down).
So what do you guys think? It convenience a fair price to pay for weaker selection? Do you think we'll ever get a chance to see greater variety in the future?
And--boy--that alcohol tax. Hardly makes it cheaper, all things considered.
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Let say the grocery store or convenient store. That is as opposed to a park or a swimming pool or beach. In other words someone is fully barefoot in what in conventionally an unconventional setting.
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