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I thought that the first two of the following strip were quite funny, although I had never come across a ‘free beer Friday’. While being aware of the television series Boardwalk Empire I did not understand the ‘Volstead’ connection. Apparently it refers to The National Prohibition Act of 1919 (commonly called the Volstead Act) this was the legislation that lead to the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, establishing National Prohibition of alcoholic beverages. Read more of this post
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