I think that is a ridiculous question. I have never once had a car where I had more than three bottles of alcohol in the trunk.
What else can you carry in a car that is not a bottle of Jack Daniels? You can’t have a bottle of bourbon, vodka, or tequila, because those are illegal in many states. Also, you can’t have spirits that are illegal in multiple states, because they get put in liquor stores or are smuggled in via a plane. It’s just that easy.
I can’t believe it, but I’ve got a car where the trunk is full of liquor bottles. I can’t get enough of it.
This is how booze gets smuggled in. It’s called buying it in bulk. The bulk of the bottles are usually smuggled in via plane or smuggled in via truck through customs and it’s just a matter of time before our local liquor store gets a bunch of them.
I am totally in favor of booze being sold in bulk. All it needs is the government to open the door, and it will be all over town. It is not a secret that many of the government’s biggest money makers are alcoholics, and the fact the government can now open a bottle of booze means they can now spend hundreds of millions on booze. But we don’t want to start a war with the government because we can just open the door and let them drink themselves silly.
Of course, the government can use all of their drinking money to buy booze, but there are limits to how much they can drink. After all, they have to be aware that they are the government. It’s not like the government doesn’t know they are the government. One of the reasons the government doesn’t really care about the “vigilantes” is that they are often busy making illegal wars.
But the government can pretty much do anything they want with the liquor money. The government can buy cars, hire cops, and buy any new drugs. So when you start driving with a huge amount of booze in the car, you are just allowing the government to do as they please with the money.
The last time I was in a car with an unopened bottle of liquor in the glove box, the cop who pulled me over, started hollering and telling me to get out of the car because I was driving without even looking at the bottle, but I was just glad I was not driving with that bottle of liquor in my glove box.
The issue, of course, is that you are allowing the government to do as they please with your money by not being able to just walk away when drunk. It’s a really weird situation in which you can literally get away with a lot of stuff, but you also have to go and ask the cop to let you go.
This is a problem that is all too common in America today. The government feels that a drunk driver is a danger to society and wants everyone who does drink to get an alcohol test to prove they are not impaired. But the problem with this law is that it is not really a law. Because the government doesn’t actually get to decide whether or not you get to go to jail. So they can decide only that you get to go to jail, if you are really hammered.