It's Sunday...you've just gone for a bike ride, enjoyed the outdoors, now you're ready to relax with a cold one with your friends...you drive to the closest gas station to pick up your brew and BAM!!! The beer section is closed because it is Sunday. I'm sure Georgia isn't the only state where this happens. I remember visiting Minneapolis once and asking if you could buy beer there on Sunday...the guy behind the counter almost busted a gut laughing at me "Of course, this is Minnesota!" It's almost embarrassing that "The Lord's Day" carries so much weight in Georgia. The only way one may partake in alcohol on Sunday in Georgia is to go to a restaurant or bar. Of course, restaurants at lunch time are bombarded with fundies (who I'm told by wait-staff aren't good tippers), thereby leading beer-loving atheists to hole-up in some bar. What's worse...Georgia has "dry counties" where no alcohol is even sold at stores. I'm no alcoholic (yet!) but if I want a beer I want a beer. Often liquor licenses are ridiculously expensive, while the no-tax-paying churches who hypnotize their parishioners into voting by verdict of pulpit levy these taxes on said drinking establishments. That, my friends, is some sanctimonious bullshit.