Liquor geeks

Published January 10, 2013 8:13 pm
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Re "No food, no booze: Liquor cops mean it" (Tribune, Jan. 10):

Let's see, as in other states, residents here go to sleep hungry every night. The educational system here is second to …most every other state. And the air here can be potent enough to gag a maggot.

That said, let's spend more taxpayer money to hire more liquor geeks to troll restaurants to ensure such an important law as "no drinks before ordering food" is being thoroughly enforced.

You treat adults like adults, they usually act like adults. You treat adults like children, you're in the state of Utah.

Gary D. Ruiz


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