Barfing all over myself then setting myself on fire because I still haven’t seen To the Wonder.
What someone sets as their cell phone background speaks volumes about who they are as a person.
“Sleeping In so Late That I Have to Rush to Get Ready for a 2:30 Class: An Autobiographical DYI Guide” by Alexander Pelletier
Alex, do they not sell beer in gas stations in Canada?
Well apparently there is a whole god damn Wikipedia page dedicated to liquor laws so here it is for BC.
- British Columbia- Alcoholic beverages may be sold only:
- in privately owned retail stores (stores can only be operated by primary liquor license holders, such as bars, pubs and hotels, but the stores can be located off site)
- in government-owned stores,
- in rural government-appointed liquor agencies (which may be a gas station or convenience store).
- There are also VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) wine stores, which are privately owned. These stores only sell only British Columbia wines that have the VQA designation; these wines are sold at the same price as in the government liquor stores. There are also a limited number of private wine shops, which can sell both British Columbia and non-British Columbia wines.
- In 2012 British Columbia announced it planned to fully privatize liquor wholesale distribution by 2015. In September 2012 the initiative to privatize liquor wholesale distribution was cancelled, a term agreed upon during contract negotiations with the BCGEU.