sometimes kansas makes no sense.....

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by madcrappie, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    alright, just in the past year or so, they allowed for liquor stores to be open on sundays, but the only sunday they arent allowed to be open is on easter sunday. NO liquor stores are allowed to be open that day, and its against the law. wtf?? what makes easter sunday more holy than any other day, really? and jesus was all for drinking, hell he turned water into wine. he always made sure people were having a good time. so why not celebrate jesus's resurrection with some wine and spirits???????
     
  2. Lodog

    Lodog ¿

    Try living in a dry county buddy.
     
  3. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    IM not complaining that it will be closed, because you can get liquor on saturday, if you really wanted it. Im just saying it makes no sense.....
     
  4. Kinky Ramona

    Kinky Ramona Back by popular demand!

    What I'd like to know is why in a "free" country with "freedom of religion" do we ALL have to observe Sunday as a holy day with laws like that?
     
  5. Lodog

    Lodog ¿

    Damn right! You should be nursing your hangover that day!
     
  6. texasmade3

    texasmade3 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    well here in texas you cant buy wine or liquer and i think beer too before noon on any sunday.. because of church or whatever.. i used to work at a kroger about 6 years ag o that wouldnt allow anyone to buy beer or wine before noon on sunday. i thought i twas stupid as fuck... not sure if this applies to any other state? or maybe it was just the store im not sure.. but either way..
     
  7. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    well, here in kansas, no one was allowed to sell beer on a sunday........ grocery stores , even. liquor stores werent allowed to be open.

    now, I know here in the county I live in, they just recently allowed it so that there could be sunday liquor sales, but they have to close down on easter sunday.
     
  8. lace_and_feet

    lace_and_feet Super Member

    That doesn't even make sense to me religiously--isn't Easter Sunday the breaking of Lent and therefore the allowance of some indulgence? Correct me if I'm wrong.
     
  9. Posthumous

    Posthumous Resident Smartass

    Oh no what are all the hypocrites gonna do for liquor on the way home from church?
     
  10. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    yes. it is. but its the holiest of the holies........ dare anyone drink on that day!
     
  11. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    i have a kansas shaped cake pan.. how bad can any state that shaped like a cake be?
     
  12. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    ummmm is the top right corner bent??????
     
  13. Posthumous

    Posthumous Resident Smartass

    The Blue Laws used to be much worse. For a long time it was illegal to do any business at all on Sunday, which is retarded when you consider that Saturday is the Sabbath.
     
  14. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    yeah for the jewish religion....
     
  15. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    the law is on the books still, that it is illegal for anyone to eat pie alamode on sunday, here in kansas. :p
     
  16. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    bent? i thought it was a rectangle.. i ruined my joke with my own stupidness
     
  17. Posthumous

    Posthumous Resident Smartass

    What the first day of the week?
     
  18. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    see.......... you people and your geography!

    kansas isnt an exact rectangle!! it bends up in the top right corner because of the missouri river!
     
  19. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    sunday, but for christians and catholics, sunday is the HOLY day.
     
  20. LetLovinTakeHold

    LetLovinTakeHold Cuz it will if you let it

    Dry Counties suck man, but they do have some great parties.....
     

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