The other day -- commenting on the news that the state of Idaho was not allowing Utah-made Five Wives Vodka to be sold in that state because it might be offensive to Mormons -- we suggested that selling T-shirts was a better way to protest than, say, filing a lawsuit.
- Idaho capitulates to ‘Five Wives Vodka’ - AP/Salt Lake Tribune
Boise, Idaho • The Idaho State Liquor Division on Wednesday reversed direction in the face of a lawsuit and says it will sell Five Wives Vodka. ...
... The decision came shortly after George Washington University professor Jonathan Turley, in a letter on his website, told Idaho officials he planned to sue on behalf of the producer of Five Wives Vodka. ...
Added Google search bonus: What looks like a really bad Rodney Dangerfield movie, My 5 Wives, which is set in Utah and involves a religion that kinda sorta resembles a sketchy impression of some off-shoot of Mormonism.
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