I'm sitting in a “Hooters” in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on a sweaty Sunday night enjoying a comically large glass of water and watching the locals do their local thing. Behind me a table full of bubbas is playing some digital poker game that baffles me. Aside from them, however, it's clearing out faster than a pool that's been shat in. I found out that in Alabama they stop serving beer at 9pm on Sunday nights, which explains the exodus.
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