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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:28 pm 
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I just wonder the red dot in South Dakota, Oglala Lakota redskins I assume. :lol:


It pains me to say this ;) but Nero is absolutely correct:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_d ... uth_Dakota

(but not politically correct for using the racist term 'redskins')

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Oglala Lakota County (which is located entirely within the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation) is a dry county. Taxes on alcohol consumed within the county go to other counties.


What? That makes no sense.

"Dry county" means no alcohol ALLOWED. NONE.

Or at least that was what it meant back in Barren County, Kentucky in the days when I used to visit there often. Many of us would often bring small amounts of alcohol with us to the Cave Research Foundation headquarters, just outside Mammoth Cave National Park. There was a tacit agreement on the part of CRF leadership, and the park service (with whom CRF cooperated extensively) that this breach of law wouldn't be aggressively enforced so long as it was kept discrete and "under wraps." That meant, no talking about it with anyone who wasn't in CRF, no brandishing containers, no drinking outside of buildings, and no drunkenness. It functioned just fine that way, and the cavers who enjoyed a bit of ETOH muscle relaxant after a trip were allowed to indulge themselves.

But the fact was: we were all in breach of county law. Alcohol was not allowed in Barren County AT ALL. Any LEO who found it was pretty much required by law to confiscate it or pour it out and generally expected to write a small citation for it. I even seem to recall this having happened to some folks on occasion. I believe that people who are merely traveling THROUGH Barren county and can present a credible argument as such were exempted.

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Oglala Lakota County (which is located entirely within the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation) is a dry county. Taxes on alcohol consumed within the county go to other counties.


What? That makes no sense.

"Dry county" means no alcohol ALLOWED. NONE.

Or at least that was what it meant back in Barren County, Kentucky in the days when I used to visit there often. Many of us would often bring small amounts of alcohol with us to the Cave Research Foundation headquarters, just outside Mammoth Cave National Park. There was a tacit agreement on the part of CRF leadership, and the park service (with whom CRF cooperated extensively) that this breach of law wouldn't be aggressively enforced so long as it was kept discrete and "under wraps." That meant, no talking about it with anyone who wasn't in CRF, no brandishing containers, no drinking outside of buildings, and no drunkenness. It functioned just fine that way, and the cavers who enjoyed a bit of ETOH muscle relaxant after a trip were allowed to indulge themselves.

But the fact was: we were all in breach of county law. Alcohol was not allowed in Barren County AT ALL. Any LEO who found it was pretty much required by law to confiscate it or pour it out and generally expected to write a small citation for it. I even seem to recall this having happened to some folks on occasion. I believe that people who are merely traveling THROUGH Barren county and can present a credible argument as such were exempted.

The US was a dry country under the prohibition, in theory. In Finland the alcohol consumption increased four times, and the smugglers became popular heroes.

The same insanity is going on with drugs.

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Saw this at Ace of Spades HQ:

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Title Berkeley, California. University of California Student Peace Strike. About half of the students assembled at the University of California Peace Strike. Most of them have books and they have "cut" their 11:00 o'clock classes
Date 19 April 1940


Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/America_F ... tee#Issues


:roll: hmmmm.....some things never change.

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I suspect that the Syrian children's parents haven't figured out yet what a 'furry' is. :lol:

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I suspect that the Syrian children's parents haven't figured out yet what a 'furry' is. :lol:

Wait until they find out what "yiff" means and what they get up to in those fur suits...

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