Despite Hot Weather, Oklahomans Voted For Beer

On July 11, 1933, Oklahoman’s voted to allow themselves to drink beer – despite the hot weather.

11 Jul 1933, Page 1 – The Eagle at Newspapers.com

Temperatures were over 110F in much of the state.

July 11 afternoon temperatures in the US plummeted after the 1930’s and never recovered.

If the long term cooling trend continues, people may lose their appetite for beer. Or more likely, government will ban beer again, because it frequently causes people to behave like heterosexuals – which is no longer acceptable.

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2 Responses to Despite Hot Weather, Oklahomans Voted For Beer

  1. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    Nothing better on a hot afternoon than an ice cold brewsky!
    Till you’ve had too many…

  2. JTW says:

    This proves beyond doubt (using the IPCC standards) that drinking beer lowers the earth’s temperature, thus cooling the climate.

    So we should make laws requiring everyone to drink a lot of beer to counter their carbon footprint, thus preventing global warming.

    Or something along those lines.

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