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Public Health and Sin Taxes

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On September 11, 2022
Interesting story here about the rise in alcohol related deaths in Oregon. Little in here is particularly surprising. Oregon is a great place to drink, the state caters to the alcohol industry given that it is an international center for both beer and wine (and I guess some decent distilleries too but I don’t know […]
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Ban Alcohol on Airplanes

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On June 6, 2021
I yield to no one in my love of a good beer or whiskey. But there’s a time and a place for things, including drinking. Airplanes and other highly public places are not the time and place. For years, flight attendant and other passengers have had to deal with drunk and disorderly passengers, sometimes leading […]
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Americans are drinking a lot during the pandemic. Who can blame them? But they aren’t drinking much from craft distilleries, an industry that may be facing mass closures. It’s hardly surprising. Craft beer came to prominence because regular mass-produced beer was trash. Craft beer does require some level of time and investment, but almost nothing […]
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Whiteclay

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On March 26, 2017
The case of Whiteclay, Nebraska makes for an interesting moral dilemma perhaps worth discussion. It’s probably the worst town in the nation. It literally exists strictly to provide alcohol to the Lakota, who have banned it on the reservation. There is nothing else there but liquor stores. This makes it basically a colonial outpost. There […]

Bloody Mary

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On December 28, 2015

This blog has been sadly free from posts stating my aesthetic preferences for at least a month. Sorry about that. Despite the vodka, you’d think I would like the Bloody Mary. After all, the one

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