Pennsylvania and the Abnormal Moral

When my dad was here, he got me thinking: here is a short list of things that you can do in Morocco, an Arabic Islamic country, and of things that you cannot do in Pennsylvania, a state in the US:

-You can buy beer, wine, and liquor in the same place in Morocco. Not so in PA.

-You can buy beer, wine, or liquor at the supermarket in Morocco. Not so in PA.

-You can buy liquor on sundays in Morocco. Not so in PA.

-You can go to a bar on election day in Morocco. Not so in PA.

And so on and so on and so on. So when debating the state of the world and watching Fox news and all that, remember: Pennsylvania’s beer laws are about 1000000 times harsher than the laws in an Arab Islamic Country in Africa.

The end.


5 Responses to Pennsylvania and the Abnormal Moral

  1. Holzerman says:

    Yeah, but does Morocco have a place where religious shut-ins who shun technology sell delicious jellies and other foods?

    If the answer is yes, then please ignore this comment.

  2. Holzerman says:


    There are more religious shut-ins in isreal and the US than in Morocco. Get a passport and travel the world before u open your mouth

  3. Holzerman says:

    Whoa, take a chill pill dude. I was making a light-hearted comparison to the Amish in PA. I think you need to check this site out and have a few good laughs lest your black heart consume the rest of your body, good sir.

  4. Kelly says:

    Ha! Are we getting a little more liberal Aaron? huh? huh?

    haha… before you know it you’ll be advocating for socialized healthcare (as well as softer liquor laws, of course)….. I knew there was hope for you yet!!

  5. sakulich says:

    Haha, just for old times sake I will have to completely disagree… I plan to start campaigning not for softer PA liquor laws, but for harsher Moroccan laws 🙂

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