Wet Your Whistle At The Pig 'n Whistle In Hardy

Jan 11, 2013 Full story: Main Street Hardy 21

Sixty years to today is a long time, but you can now enjoy a beer or some wine at a Hardy restaurant right on Main Street.

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City Guy

Memphis, TN

#1 Jan 14, 2013
We stopped and enjoyed a great meal and a drink over the weekend. With all the rain, it was nice to have a place to relax and have a drink with our meal! Very friendly folks too!
Country Gal

Salem, AR

#2 Jan 14, 2013
City Guy wrote:
We stopped and enjoyed a great meal and a drink over the weekend. With all the rain, it was nice to have a place to relax and have a drink with our meal! Very friendly folks too!
great, just what we need! a bunch of drunken scum from Memphis driving on our safe streets!
Billygoat nutgobbler

United States

#3 Jan 14, 2013
Country Gal wrote:
<quoted text>great, just what we need! a bunch of drunken scum from Memphis driving on our safe streets!
Aw go blow it out your brown eye
aaron

Ash Flat, AR

#4 Jan 14, 2013
Country Gal wrote:
<quoted text>great, just what we need! a bunch of drunken scum from Memphis driving on our safe streets!
Are you sure they are from Memphis the other day I was on here & it said I was memphis & I'm from Cave City.
Pastor Fuzz

Mountain Home, AR

#6 Jan 18, 2013
This Evil force known as alcohol is slowly taking over all of Sharp Co. First WalMart now The Pig n Whistle!

Be strong and cast out this Demon that has entered your local restaurants and food stores!

Repent! Repent! before it is to LATE!! Turn toward God not, the beer bottle!!
Post Turtle

Hardy, AR

#7 Jan 20, 2013
Alcohol is a 100% natural process given to us By God to enjoy.

Some people forget or wont admit the fact Jesus didn't turn wine into water, He turned water into whine. Like anything else alcohol is not the problem the abuse of alcohol is. There is sex abuse too maybe we should ban sex because a few misuse it.

Lets get Wet/Dry on the state wide ballot.
nope

Mountain Home, AR

#8 Jan 20, 2013
i personally will not be going.most people do not want to take there family where your enjoying a meal with your kids while people at next table is getting drunk......then driving.no thanks
in shape

Mountain Home, AR

#9 Jan 20, 2013
nope wrote:
i personally will not be going.most people do not want to take there family where your enjoying a meal with your kids while people at next table is getting drunk......then driving.no thanks
I assume you are in shape and fit as a fiddle ? If not or anyone at the table with you is not , I do not want my family sitting near you . I refuse to let my kids see overwieght people eat and get fat .
Pastor Fuzz

Mountain Home, AR

#10 Jan 20, 2013
in shape wrote:
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I assume you are in shape and fit as a fiddle ? If not or anyone at the table with you is not , I do not want my family sitting near you . I refuse to let my kids see overwieght people eat and get fat .
Your analogy of over weight people is very stupid. Over weight people are happy go lucky and as jolly as can be.

People who are drinking are, obnoxious and violent. Who would want to eat next to a load of drunks? Not very family oriented!

Go to the Copper Feather or Elks if you enjoy that kind of trashy atmosphere.
in shape or not

Mountain Home, AR

#11 Jan 20, 2013
Pastor Fuzz wrote:
<quoted text>Your analogy of over weight people is very stupid. Over weight people are happy go lucky and as jolly as can be.
People who are drinking are,obnoxious and violent . Who would want to eat next to a load of drunks? Not very family oriented!
Go to the Copper Feather or Elks if you enjoy that kind of trashy atmosphere.
I beg to differ ! All people eat but not all are fat OR anorexic. People can drink and not be obnoxious OR violent . Moderation in EVERYTHING is the best thing we can teach our children ! They need to see the results of the extremes ends of everything , to see the benefits of the middle road .
nope

Cherokee Village, AR

#12 Jan 20, 2013
in shape wrote:
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I assume you are in shape and fit as a fiddle ? If not or anyone at the table with you is not , I do not want my family sitting near you . I refuse to let my kids see overwieght people eat and get fat .
actually i am fit and healthy and exercise regularly.i just choose to not be around alcohol.but i would not want my children around you with your attitude.did it ever occur to you that some ppl are overweight due to medical issues or medicine there on.thing is most peiole can fix ugly and overweight but you cant fix stupid
Nope is Milktoast

Dallas, TX

#13 Jan 20, 2013
nope wrote:
<quoted text>actually i am fit and healthy and exercise regularly.i just choose to not be around alcohol.but i would not want my children around you with your attitude.did it ever occur to you that some ppl are overweight due to medical issues or medicine there on.thing is most peiole can fix ugly and overweight but you cant fix stupid
You are either a bitter baptist who now realizes he or she gave their hard earned money to fight the bad "alkee people", only to find out you were duped and your money went to Missouri liquor interests, or you are just an ignorant baptist who hasn't figure out to get out of the 1800s and will wake up one day too late when their kids have flown the coop as soon as legally possible to get away from your washed up logic. Have fun at Mickey D's.

I'm sorry to say Leave it To Beaver left us years ago. Living in the past makes you small and lets other pass you by at a rapid pace. Snap out of it. It'll be ok.
nope

Melbourne, AR

#14 Jan 20, 2013
what the heck is milktoast?by the way i have already had 2 children leave home are now in lifelong careers and both are high school graduates and one is working and doing more college.so just because i and others choose to keep our children away from drunk people and people drinking doesnt mean a thing except we have decent well educated responsible children.if keeping your children away from that stuff is stuck in 1800 yes i am and if it means i am baptist by all means i am definetely baptist.so say what you will your just giving me something to laugh about
Ken from Evening Shade

Cherokee Village, AR

#15 Jan 21, 2013
It is too bad many folks have not been around those who use alcohol in moderation. From some of the posts here it is obvious that their experience has been limited only to those who abuse alcohol. Jesus clearly made water into wine in the bible. And the original Greek was Oinos-wine, not grape juice. They didn't have refrigeration to preserve juice so wine was developed, and different grape varieties have been created over the centuries. The changing of grape juice into wine also is representative of the conversion from carnal beings to born again Christians. Jesus hqd his disciples drink wine to represent His blood, not grape juice.Over eating is just as great a sin as over drinking, but unfortunately many local churches do not address this. It is obvious when you walk through the Walmart in Ash Flat. Paul said, "drink a little wine for your stomach's sake." He didn't say a lot! We were put on this earth to build character and avoid abuse, and to grow in Grace.
guest

Mountain Home, AR

#16 Jan 22, 2013
Ken from Evening Shade wrote:
It is too bad many folks have not been around those who use alcohol in moderation. From some of the posts here it is obvious that their experience has been limited only to those who abuse alcohol. Jesus clearly made water into wine in the bible. And the original Greek was Oinos-wine, not grape juice. They didn't have refrigeration to preserve juice so wine was developed, and different grape varieties have been created over the centuries. The changing of grape juice into wine also is representative of the conversion from carnal beings to born again Christians. Jesus hqd his disciples drink wine to represent His blood, not grape juice.Over eating is just as great a sin as over drinking, but unfortunately many local churches do not address this. It is obvious when you walk through the Walmart in Ash Flat. Paul said, "drink a little wine for your stomach's sake." He didn't say a lot! We were put on this earth to build character and avoid abuse, and to grow in Grace.
LMAO, look at this. Some stupid jerk from Evening Shade is telling us like it is. All I have ever seen come out of Evening Shade AR. are, inbreeds and pedophiles. Which one are you?
Shelia

Russellville, AR

#17 Jan 22, 2013
I know Philip and Rebecca and I highly doubt they will allow people to get drunk and unruly in their establishment. Beer and wine are natural and healthy beverages in MODERATION just like everything else.
Colonel GrassGrape

Mountain Home, AR

#18 Jan 22, 2013
Shelia wrote:
I know Philip and Rebecca and I highly doubt they will allow people to get drunk and unruly in their establishment. Beer and wine are natural and healthy beverages in MODERATION just like everything else.
People in this area do not know what moderation is. They are a bunch of uncivilized scum who drink and drug like there is no tomorrow.

Once they have entered one of the local restaurants and start drinking, its all over. There is no stopping these inbred, incest beings. Before you know it, chairs will be flying, windows will be broken, your wife and kids will be injured. NO THANKS! I will be staying home these days, sipping my sweet tea and enjoying a fresh home cooked meal, where it is safe!

Alcohol is a dangerous drug, that can and will cause severe mental and physical health problems. Even in moderation.
dude really

Collierville, TN

#19 Jan 22, 2013
So do cigarettes and fatty foods, fast cars, etc. Dude it's a free country. You're exercising your right to stay home, let others exercise their right to drink in a legal establishment. If someone gets out of hand, they're probably going to end up in jail or dead where they belong.
Colonel GrassGrape wrote:
<quoted text>People in this area do not know what moderation is. They are a bunch of uncivilized scum who drink and drug like there is no tomorrow.
Once they have entered one of the local restaurants and start drinking, its all over. There is no stopping these inbred, incest beings. Before you know it, chairs will be flying, windows will be broken, your wife and kids will be injured. NO THANKS! I will be staying home these days, sipping my sweet tea and enjoying a fresh home cooked meal, where it is safe!
Alcohol is a dangerous drug, that can and will cause severe mental and physical health problems. Even in moderation.
What Shape

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Feb 23, 2013
in shape or not wrote:
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I beg to differ ! All people eat but not all are fat OR anorexic. People can drink and not be obnoxious OR violent . Moderation in EVERYTHING is the best thing we can teach our children ! They need to see the results of the extremes ends of everything , to see the benefits of the middle road .
Judgemental People Create There Very Own Karma, Peace
Jerry

Mountain Home, AR

#21 Apr 8, 2013
I am 40 and I have a beer belly, I cant seem to get rid of it. WHat can I do?

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