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Submitted by John Philips (Japan), Sep 10, 2008 at 05:05

Ironically, the state of Minnesota forbids the delivery of alcohol.

My problem with alcohol at the MSP airport was when I failed to make a connecting flight and was put up by the airline in a local hotel. Using the coupons provided, I ordered dinner and asked about beer. "Are you at the airport?" the person on the other end of the line asked.

"Yes" I said "How did you know?"

"You must be from out of state." he replied, explaining that state law in Minnesota forbid the delivery of alcohol. I had to eat my pizza without any beer.

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