beer

Murray, KY

#1 Jun 16, 2012
What is everyone's favorite beer in Marshall County. Oh yea don't forget to vote yes
marhall law

Benton, KY

#3 Jun 16, 2012
beer wrote:
What is everyone's favorite beer in Marshall County. Oh yea don't forget to vote yes
Does a beer have to favorite? I don't care for Budweiser if that tells you anything
Disgruntled

Pontiac, IL

#4 Jun 16, 2012
I'm voting dry because I don't want the problems that alcohol sales will bring, but I do like the occasional Sam Adams Cherry Wheat or their American Kriek. Dox Equis isn't bad for something light.
Jim Beam

Murray, KY

#5 Jun 16, 2012
Disgruntled wrote:
I'm voting dry because I don't want the problems that alcohol sales will bring, but I do like the occasional Sam Adams Cherry Wheat or their American Kriek. Dox Equis isn't bad for something light.
how do you know it will cause problems. We haven't been wet before to know this. I sure hasn't hurt Paducah, trigg county, or Danville. If anything it has helped all these communities. So keep on throwing your money into someone else's pocket instead of keeping in your own community. Vote yes and just see if there is problems. If so we can vote it out in another election. But you will see we can only grow and prosper. Vote yes.
Jim Beam

Murray, KY

#6 Jun 16, 2012
Oh yea I like bud light
outinthawoods

Benton, KY

#7 Jun 16, 2012
just look at the growth it has done for mayfield
tee totaler

Hopkinsville, KY

#8 Jun 16, 2012
The advertisement that Topix put on this thread for the iPhone app was for Miller Lite. Topix has given their opinion.

I'm not a drinker, but I do think MC should go wet. Only because it will be better for the economy. Think of all the people who come up to the lakes areas and they can't buy beer here? People fish and drink beer. It's a tradition. MC could surely use the tax dollars.
Impressed

Sarasota, FL

#9 Jun 17, 2012
Vote wet because it's estimated to bring in one million dollars in annual tax revenue... The population is too small for there to be any bars so people don't have to worry about that here... Coors and Budweiser ftw
Newton

United States

#10 Jun 18, 2012
You're all idiots if you think going wet Is gonna have some huge impact. Get your facts straight.
beer

Murray, KY

#12 Jun 18, 2012
Newton wrote:
You're all idiots if you think going wet Is gonna have some huge impact. Get your facts straight.
if you think staying dry will help with anything at all your talking out of your ass
Paul

Kendallville, IN

#13 Jun 18, 2012
Impressed wrote:
Vote wet because it's estimated to bring in one million dollars in annual tax revenue... The population is too small for there to be any bars so people don't have to worry about that here... Coors and Budweiser ftw
How much money will it save on gas for people driving to Paducah? While there they go to Lowe's instead of Shop O Rama, or Kroger instead of Food Giant. What about the time it takes to go to Paducah? Being wet has been a mistake for all of us.
marhall law

Benton, KY

#14 Jun 18, 2012
Paul wrote:
<quoted text>How much money will it save on gas for people driving to Paducah? While there they go to Lowe's instead of Shop O Rama, or Kroger instead of Food Giant. What about the time it takes to go to Paducah? Being wet has been a mistake for all of us.
Um, how?
Jim Beam

Murray, KY

#15 Jun 18, 2012
Paul wrote:
<quoted text>How much money will it save on gas for people driving to Paducah? While there they go to Lowe's instead of Shop O Rama, or Kroger instead of Food Giant. What about the time it takes to go to Paducah? Being wet has been a mistake for all of us.
how has being wet a mistake. Don't you mean being dry is a HUGE mistake for Marshall county. Vote yes
Newton

White Plains, KY

#16 Jun 19, 2012
beer wrote:
<quoted text>
if you think staying dry will help with anything at all your talking out of your ass
I never said that. Truth is Marshall will be exactly the same either way.
Unbelievable

Kendallville, IN

#17 Jun 19, 2012
Jim Beam wrote:
<quoted text>
how do you know it will cause problems. We haven't been wet before to know this. I sure hasn't hurt Paducah, trigg county, or Danville. If anything it has helped all these communities. So keep on throwing your money into someone else's pocket instead of keeping in your own community. Vote yes and just see if there is problems. If so we can vote it out in another election. But you will see we can only grow and prosper. Vote yes.
I don't care how any one votes, but you really don't know very much about Marshall county history. We were wet and it did get voted dry.

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