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February 22, 2017


Following a string of local bar assaults involving glassware, the city’s Liquor Licensing Board is moving to crack down on establishments where patrons have suffered injuries related to glasses holding drinks. Watering holes with repeat offenses could have to use plastic barware in lieu of the real deal — no matter how upscale the joint.

(Thanks to Poker)


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"So we're going to ban forks, knives and fruitcakes and all items that could cause bodily harm", Anthony asked rhetorically.
Shouldn't you have to be in a Chuck E. Cheese to assault someone with a fruitcake?

Please brawl responsibly.

I blame the Wahlberg family.

You wouldn't hit a man (or woman) with glasses, would you?

(Apparently, in Boston, the answer is YES.)

they'll never stop all the glAsses holding drinks

Do away with glasses and just use troughs.

They would do us all a favor if they banned fruitcakes.

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