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Old 02-07-2019, 05:13 PM
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If the brother & sister raised in the sticks are consenting adults, it's not illegal just very immoral!

It says you are in California, but my bet is that you grew up in south eastern Kentucky.
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Old 02-07-2019, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by RetroGuy View Post
If the brother & sister raised in the sticks are consenting adults, it's not illegal just very immoral!
Morality is kinda fluid and in the eye of the beholder. That is until the kids come out sitting on the porch swing, looking weird and playing the banjo in a dueling act.

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Originally Posted by CorvetteRules View Post
It says you are in California, but my bet is that you grew up in south eastern Kentucky.
Don't knock it. Think about it. No more argument about whose parent's place to go to for Thanksgiving or X;mas, when she runs home to Mom, it is Mom to you also, etc.
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Don't knock it. Think about it. No more argument about whose parent's place to go to for Thanksgiving or X;mas, when she runs home to Mom, it is Mom to you also, etc.
In the 70's I was in college in a "redneck" area of Kentucky so your dueling banjo comment brings back memories.
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In the 70's I was in college in a "redneck" area of Kentucky so your dueling banjo comment brings back memories.
In the early to mid 80s, I was in Morehead, KY. Suffice to say, the town DID NOT live up to expectations.
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:34 PM
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In the early to mid 80s, I was in Morehead, KY. Suffice to say, the town DID NOT live up to expectations.
So you may know where Barbourville is.
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So you may know where Barbourville is.
Haven't had the pleasure. What's it like?
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Old 02-08-2019, 11:23 AM
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Haven't had the pleasure. What's it like?
I can give you the big picture by providing the below passage from Wikipedia:

Voters in Barbourville have approved alcohol sales in the city. The measure won in a special election on Tuesday, December 29, 2015, by a little more than 60 votes after 82 years of prohibition since 1933. The approval comes three and a half years after voters rejected alcohol sales in another special election. The measure will allow alcohol sales in both stores and restaurants.[11]

So as a college student from NJ in the 70's in a dry county you can just imagine the number of "runs" made to surrounding counties to enable us to have the proper weekend party supplies that are a part of proper college living.
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Morehead is still a moist area. Wondering if the religious nuts are behind it.
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Originally Posted by CorvetteRules View Post
I can give you the big picture by providing the below passage from Wikipedia:

Voters in Barbourville have approved alcohol sales in the city. The measure won in a special election on Tuesday, December 29, 2015, by a little more than 60 votes after 82 years of prohibition since 1933. The approval comes three and a half years after voters rejected alcohol sales in another special election. The measure will allow alcohol sales in both stores and restaurants.[11]

So as a college student from NJ in the 70's in a dry county you can just imagine the number of "runs" made to surrounding counties to enable us to have the proper weekend party supplies that are a part of proper college living.
OMG!! Rowan county: With regard to the sale of alcohol, it is classified as a moist countya county in which alcohol sales are prohibited (a dry county), but containing a "wet" city, in this case Morehead, where package alcohol sales are allowed.

No end to people and their religious nuttery
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