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    [–] Is sports gambling legal in NY TJfromOK 1 points ago in gambling

    I don’t think so. I think the closest would be New Jersey.

    [–] Even after months of not listening to his podcast I still have the urge to support the man! TJfromOK 9 points ago in AdamCarolla

    Almost all craft beer is packaged in cans now. It gives it a longer shelf life and it seems to be the trend. Source (I’m in the beer business) .... also Gina is a talentless cackling cunt!

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 2 points ago in oklahoma

    Arkansas does, and Oklahoma is a bigger beer market than Arkansas. So I bet they get someone in Oklahoma to distribute it.

    [–] Pregnant at a party? Need some insight. TJfromOK 50 points ago in Swingers

    You should go and have fun. Nobody will care. I have seen plenty of pregnant women at parties. Go and meet people and mingle, if something happens it happens and if not... just have fun.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 1 points ago in oklahoma

    Well ... I was staying away from this because it's a long answer and I have just recently gotten involved with liquor stores, so it's not really my specialty. But here goes. Liquor stores have generally run about 25% margin on beer. In my opinion that is going to change. Convenience stores usually run about a 10% margin on beer. I think liquor stores are going to have to compete with convenience stores pricing with this new law. however..... your question is a little tricky. Those numbers I just listed were for "city' pricing. Your situation seems to be for "country" pricing. I don't know if you've noticed this or not? When you are outside a major metro area, prices go up. There is not a lot of competition (usually 2-3 stores per town), so stores generally charge more. also, now that liquor stores can sell items that are not liquor (ice,red bull, soda) they will be able to make $$ on products that they couldn't in the past. These non alcohol items usually have a 40% margin (sometimes higher in the country)

    I would be willing to bet that now is a good time to open a liquor store if you had the right location that would see traffic and allow you to pull business from other stores that are already operating.

    [–] Cuckold-themed swinging TJfromOK 3 points ago in Swingers

    Absolutely you can get into this by visiting a club. There will be many males there that are allowed to play alone and would be willing to fuck your wife. Just go to a club and hang out, you will probably really like it and you will meet people that are open minded. I see it all the time. There is no such thing a cuckold club

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 2 points ago in oklahoma

    Yes! This will all be worked out 100%. There were issues with some distributors having 3.2 rights and some distributors having the strong rights for the same brand. (Corona for example) This has all been worked out. Once you receive any of your missing products, there will not be any problems going forward.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 2 points ago in oklahoma

    Yes! This will all be worked out 100%. There were issues with some distributors having 3.2 rights and some distributors having the strong rights for the same brand. (Corona for example) This has all been worked out. Once you receive any of your missing products, there will not be any problems going forward.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 2 points ago in oklahoma

    Walmart made a huge mistake. Their plan was :

    week 1 = 25% off week 2 = 50% off week 3 = 75% off

    They never made it past week 1 !!! They didn't realize Oklahomans would buy the shit out of beer on sale!!!

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 1 points ago in oklahoma

    There are no monopoly laws.. for example: Budweiser makes their product and they are the only ones who sell their product. Almost all manufacturers of liquor and beer only pick one representative to sell and distribute their product within a certain foot print. (usually by county) That way they know exactly who is responsible and they can control the quality and price of their product.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 4 points ago in oklahoma

    I'm a little confused on the wording of this question. Everyone is running out of beer because they don't want to get stuck holding 3.2% beer when October 1st rolls around. It's like a giant game of hot potato. The distributors have basically shipped all the 3.2 to the stores and the stores didn't order that much, because once Oct 1 rolls around.... 3.2 will be basically worthless as customers are excited to get the strong versions

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 2 points ago in oklahoma

    The manufacture usually controls price so this doesn’t happen. Let’s say for example a distributor sells Jack Daniels and they want to raise the price because they are the only one who sells it. Well jack daniels doesn’t want to be higher than other whiskeys so they won’t let the distributor raise the price. It works like this all the time, the manufacturer of the liquor or beer is very involved in pricing.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 1 points ago in oklahoma

    This is exactly the right answer. There has to be one company in charge of a product. If the product is out of date, they know who is responsible. If there is a recall, they know who picks it up.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 5 points ago in oklahoma

    I saw your post and that’s kind of what inspired me to pass this one. .... I don’t specifically know the answer. There will be no more 3.2, so I’m guessing they will change the law to “beer” no liquor on the river.

    [–] Oklahoma beer distributor here... ask me anything about the liquor and beer laws changing TJfromOK 7 points ago in oklahoma

    In 2002 when Red Bull came to Oklahoma... they offered it to all Miller distributors. Accounts that are out of Red Bull, are usually accounts that don’t buy enough. They cut the orders and then they run out.