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Just wanted to say thank you to the state of Tennessee for finally changing your liquor laws. I can now buy wine on a Sunday. Jesus would’ve wanted me to have it that way

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 酒類販売法をやっと変えてくれたことで、テネッシー州に感謝する。今やっと私にも日曜にワインが買えるようになった。  神は、私がこうすること(=テネッシー州に感謝すること)を欲していただろう。

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