Jenise wrote:Am I alone in finding this poll a little strange? It seems to me that it lumps together what I would otherwise consider mutually exclusive priorities: what's in the bottle vs. consumer issues like shipping. It's like having to pick between apples and cucumbers, which otherwise don't compete.
And it's doing pretty well in the answers department
but I try not to take it more than three times a week.
Tom V wrote:I was surprised to see that shipping restrictions was garnering the most votes in this poll. Not, I hope, to be too nit-picky but a trend is something that is increasing in influence, building steam so to speak. The wine shipping restriction problem quite to the contrary is easing, and while this won't make the folks any happier who are still inconvenienced by it, the trend is towards improvement. I think it would be better classified as "worst wine reality for those subjected to it".
Bob Ross wrote:Don't forget New Jersey which was one leader on the way backwards ...
Paul B. wrote:Many thanks for this, Bob. Very interesting.
In fact, it was indeed such an amendment - a new amendment - that I had in mind. I wonder if it could ever come to pass, and what dynamics would have to be in order for it to be successful.
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