Wikimedia CommonsWilliam Hogarth's "Gin Lane." Really, it could be anywhere.Small towns and big boozers go together. If you don't believe that, then you've probably never lived in a small town, where the most exciting thing to do is drink and gossip about how much of a drunkard everyone else in ... More >>
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HEY, WE'RE THE GRAND CANYON STATE. WE LIKE BIG SCHISMS.