@pmarin House Bill 415 has finally made KY the 46th state (we’re actually a commonwealth) to allow direct-to-consumer shipments from wineries, breweries and distilleries! YAY! It just hasn’t started yet
Sadly, I don’t know if casemates (I’ve waited a long time for this, actually) would be able to ship to KY residents, as I don’t think it constitutes a winery, does it? It’s more of a reseller, no? I would love to be wrong about this. I’ve given so much money to w00t, meh and morningsave. I would love to have another outlet to provide Matt Rutledge with more money
[I know w00t is owned by Amazon now, but as a charter member from back in the day, I believe I put at least one of Matt’s children through college. If he has none, I like to think that some of my money went towards the operations of avoidance. LOL maybe that was a bit too far. Sorry.]
The extra-terrestrial Rodaleph from the planet Missaltone, sent to Earth to investigate the strange events called “holidays” by the quizzical “humans” and with little prior information available from his species. Equipped with only cursory knowledge of human interaction rules, and unfamiliar with the effects of alcohol, Rodaleph is invited to a small company Christmas party. An attractive member of the opposite sex (“sex” and “opposite” being hazy concepts between planets) also unaccustomed to the effects of alcohol and dressed as an elf, becomes enamored with the socially inadept Rodaleph at the party. She, unaware of his identity and that the predatory species on his planet look a lot like elves, makes increasingly amorous overtures toward him. Hilarity ensues. In a surprise plot twist, it is finally revealed that she is from yet a third planet unknown to planet Missaltone, on a similar mission to Rodaleph’s. In the end the pair discover a new meaning to Christmas, the universal theme of Qgsuiverslogmagkzsclikityambordivicx.
I’m the small town Polly Anna who believes everything is going to be OK. Once again, I’ll get burned hard but, never give up. Unless this is a Bad Santa sequel, I’ll live through it but never find true love.