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Cocktail-To-Go #6879579
05/22/20 06:50 PM
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Nittany Lion Offline OP
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Governor Wolf signed a cocktail-to-go law in PA. How many of those buying a cocktail to go will be drinking and driving? I can't get a haircut but I could buy a cocktail to take with me. How smart is that?


I want to grow my own food but I can't find bacon seeds.
Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879584
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Originally Posted by Nittany Lion
Governor Wolf signed a cocktail-to-go law in PA. How many of those buying a cocktail to go will be drinking and driving? I can't get a haircut but I could buy a cocktail to take with me. How smart is that?


You can cut your own hair. I cut my own. wink

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879588
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cut mine too-look like a cross between cpt. kangaroo and joe dirt.


quality over quantity

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Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879590
05/22/20 06:54 PM
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Not smart

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879604
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What cut your own hair. Or cocktail to go. I grew up in the era of cocktails to go. Also in that same era we where taught self responsibility. Both are gone now

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879634
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That way the don't have to rebate local license fees and people must carry insurance.

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879739
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Never forget the first time the driver of the vehicle we were in asked if we wanted a drink. Pulled up to a drive through window and got three mixed drinks to go.
Boulder, Wy. 1980

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879834
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Now they can bust you for 'open container' violations. cry





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Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: pcr2] #6879839
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Originally Posted by pcr2
cut mine too-look like a cross between cpt. kangaroo and joe dirt.


SWEET!!!

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6879902
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So have all the new rules got any of you rethinking the old ones?

Seat belts for example. Grew up long before seat belts were an option on a vehicle. Then they added them and hardly anyone wore them. Then some statistics showed they could save lives, and I still only wore them occassionally. Then I had kids and got in the habit, while making sure they did. Kept wearing one after the kids were gone because they made sense. Then government passed a law requiring that everyone had to wear seat belts and I found myself wearing it less. Kind of chapped me having big brother telling me what I had to do for my own safety.

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6880008
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Things that may have made sense once don't seem to make sense today.

Things that make sense today may not have made sense a while back.

So, here's the plan:

As of today all laws are null and void. Any and all laws need to be created or re-created by our ______blessed legislators to fit today's conditions.


Man who mistake shillelagh for fairy wand; see pixie dust, also.
Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: walleye101] #6880026
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Originally Posted by walleye101
So have all the new rules got any of you rethinking the old ones?

Seat belts for example. Grew up long before seat belts were an option on a vehicle. Then they added them and hardly anyone wore them. Then some statistics showed they could save lives, and I still only wore them occassionally. Then I had kids and got in the habit, while making sure they did. Kept wearing one after the kids were gone because they made sense. Then government passed a law requiring that everyone had to wear seat belts and I found myself wearing it less. Kind of chapped me having big brother telling me what I had to do for my own safety.



You HAVE to wear a belt if you drive a vehicle newer than 15 years old. The dinging will drive you completely insane. While checking traps i pull it behind me but the receptacle pokes into my side so i just wear it any other time.

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6880142
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The dinging can be disabled. It's not easy but it can.
Checking traps is a great example of where it is a real PITA, and I choose not to wear it.

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: walleye101] #6880168
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Originally Posted by walleye101
The dinging can be disabled. It's not easy but it can.
Checking traps is a great example of where it is a real PITA, and I choose not to wear it.


Walleye, you and I must be about the same age! Agree with everything you said!


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Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6880182
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I am hard of hearing, all I have to do is turn down my hearing aids a bit and I don't hear the dinging. I do wear seat belts all of the time when not trapping.


I want to grow my own food but I can't find bacon seeds.
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If your too scared to cut your own hair then get about four cocktails to go and the job wont seem so daunting . Then youl have your wisky goggles on to aid in your self appraisel of the job

Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: Nittany Lion] #6880247
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i have sat at the bar and cut my winter foliage off before.hold my beer and watch this used to be my motto.


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Re: Cocktail-To-Go [Re: lee steinmeyer] #6880570
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Originally Posted by lee steinmeyer
Originally Posted by walleye101
The dinging can be disabled. It's not easy but it can.
Checking traps is a great example of where it is a real PITA, and I choose not to wear it.


Walleye, you and I must be about the same age! Agree with everything you said!


I guess we are both reaching that stubborn age and getting tired of being told what to do, where to stand, wear a mask, how far I can drive, about the same time.

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