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Some Guy Successfully Bought Beer Using a Blockbuster Card for ID

Since all but a tiny handful of Blockbuster stores had closed by late 2013, it’s a reasonably safe bet that even those who got a Blockbuster Rewards card during the chain’s final days would be 21 by now.
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