[I have also learned recently that adultery is literally a crime in Massachusetts. Wow Chapter 272.]
So, during Heroes tonight I caught part of a Vote No on #1 ad which mentioned how most grocery store cashiers are teenagers and if grocery stores sell liquor, they will be the ones under all this pressure to confirm that liquor-buying customers are in fact over 21. I could see this being a problem when it first goes into effect and it's new and a big deal, but my suspicion is that it would stabilize. I say this mostly because there are grocery stores that sell booze (like the place we went in Atlanta) and they seem to be fine. Anyone have thoughts, especially people who are familiar with places where grocery stores do sell booze? [I was about to say that my personal preference would probably be to remove the age restriction on the sale of both booze and tobacco, 'cause I have inherited my father's "less laws = better" tendency, and it occurred to me that one can buy cigarettes in any CVS, where the cashiers are almost all teens, and that seems to work out fairly well. I know there are sting operations regarding selling cigarettes to minors, but given how many minors get people to buy booze -- and cigarettes -- for them, I'm not sure the consumption-by-minors of booze would increase much with grocery store sales.] Erm, I still owe comment replies on the same-sex marriage post, but should really finish reviewing Portrait and wash my dishes before going to bed.