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Alcohol On Vacation? Americans More Inclined To Give Up Booze Than Social ... - Huffington Post

Alcohol On Vacation? Americans More Inclined To Give Up Booze Than Social ... - Huffington Post | Oscars Year 9 Journal | Scoop.it
Alcohol On Vacation? Americans More Inclined To Give Up Booze Than Social ...
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Why Where the American food revolution began, and the children of Alice Waters continue to do her proud.

Via Christine Szalay-Kudra
Oscar Stanis's insight:

This really shows that people dont really want the experience of a holiday they just want to be in a different place with scocial media and alcohol. Now people dont judge their experience by how much they enjoyed it they judge it by how many likes they get on their holiday photos.

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Christine Szalay-Kudra's curator insight, May 2, 2013 8:23 AM

Which do you think tourists would rather go without on vacation if they had to pick on - alcohol or social media? The results of this experiment might just surprise you because it seems that more people would worry about not being able to access Facebook than swapping their usual beer for a cola. Surely vacations are a time for relaxing though, not for having to check your cellphone or tablet every few minutes, and how relaxed are you going to be able to get when your device is pinging and buzzing every few minutes?

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Minn. House passes bill raising tax on income, alcohol, tobacco (during a recession...Great Move!)

Minn. House passes bill raising tax on income, alcohol, tobacco (during a recession...Great Move!) | Oscars Year 9 Journal | Scoop.it
The Minnesota House has passed a tax bill that raises a number of taxes, gives subsidies to businesses and provides property tax relief to homeowners and renters.

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Oscar Stanis's insight:

I think this is good because this will cut down the drinking and smoking problems that are occuring in our scociety, people should not be taxed for bread and milk but they should be taxed for unnecessary items. Its interesting when homeless people come to my door asking for help they never want food they always want money so they can buy alcohol. If taxes are higher then maybe they can make healtheir choices

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GolfKahn's curator insight, April 25, 2013 12:37 PM

My heart bleeds for Minnesotans!