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To be lawful in Tennessee.

8 Responses to “Moonshine”

  1. nk Says:

    Could I get you to send me a Mason jar or two of the stuff? I could send you Gino’s pizzas, cheese-spinach puffs, or gyros, in return.

  2. SayUncle Says:

    Unfortunately, it is unlawful to mail booze in my state. We’re working on changing that.

  3. nk Says:

    Pity. There was a Supreme Court case about it too, as I recall.

    In any case, my side of the offer is open. Chicago is the place for Greek specialties and pizza.

  4. Chas Says:

    Moonshine stills are now to become “craft distilleries”. So, what would be the euphemism for a brothel? Artisan sex boutique?

  5. blounttruth Says:

    Too bad Popcorn Sutton didnít live to see the day he could make a little profit for his medicine instead of being persecuted. Our government at its finest, a day late and a dollar short!

  6. nk Says:

    So, what would be the euphemism for a brothel?

    Providers of negotiable affection?

  7. PawPaw Says:

    Daddy and his best friend were bad about making shine, until the revenuers shut them down. I understand that it’s legal now, for your own consumption, but whiskey is cheap enough that I don’t have to resurrect the old man’s recipe.

  8. comatus Says:

    Wasn’t Sutton a North Carolina man? Distilling has been illegal there since before the first Revolution. Striking down federal statutes is fine, but, like so many other long-running battles, it’s state by state.

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