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Can one word define the culture where you live? Probably not, but it may give a pretty good snapshot of it, when it comes to the words “church” and “beer”, according to a recent study. The study by Floatingsheep.org found that Americans tweet more about church than beer, and there’s a distinct regional difference between the tweets. Researchers combed through about 10 million tweets from one week last month to come up… Read More

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The next time you belly up to the bar, it could be at a fast food joint. More chains are serving up alcohol to help boost sales. Here are some examples: Burger King recently opened “Whopper Bars” in half a dozen U.S. locations. The bars sell beer for about $4.25 a bottle. USA Today reports Sonic is next. The chain plans to sell alcohol at two new locations in South Florida. Wine… Read More

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Years ago I was on a job interview. I was having lunch with the boss (I’m call him Jim) and his second-in-command (I’ll call him Jack). It came to ordering time, and here’s how a portion of the conversation could have gone: Jim: “Do you want a drink (as in beer, wine, rum, vodka, whiskey, etc)?” Me: “No thanks.” Jim: “You sure?” Me: “Yes. I’ll have water.” Jim: “Come on. It’s on… Read More

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I went to a concert Saturday night and saw three shows, instead of just two.  Reba.  George. And the Cowboy.  More on that last one later on, but here’s a tease:  How many beers before a cowboy passes out? The Reba McIntyre/George Strait concert at the BOK was in a word “awesome”.   Nearly 20 thousand fans saw and heard quite the performances by these two professionals.   Reba comes out first…. Read More

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