Tag: Prohibition

AlcoHOLidays | Repeal Day | Good Clean Fun

From 1920 to 1933, the United States was technically dry, minus a few loopholes and a helluva lot of bootleggers. See, the temperance movement thought that many of society’s ills would be cured if drinking were just outlawed. And even though President Wilson tried to veto it, Congress used their 2/3 vote to overrule him […]

Sips & Shots–50 Shots of America: Massachusetts

In 2005 I took my first plane ride ever up to Plymouth, Mass., to learn the new accounting system my company purchased. (Actually, we flew into Boston–late–and drove to Plymouth by way of Rhode Island… whoops!) At any rate, we didn’t get a chance to do much sight-seeing (one of these days I *will* visit […]