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The Commentariat: A sampling of reader comments posted on sltrib.com

Published February 9, 2013 1:01 am
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"I understand that the bureaucrats in the DABC need to justify their existence. But at this point I wouldn't mind if they stayed in their offices all day watching reruns of 'Hee Haw' (paid) instead of rolling back any progress that has been made in this state over the past decade."

— Thefuzz123

commenting on the Feb. 1 sltrib.com article, "Utah brew pubs warned not to offer beer samplers"

"Aren't members of the LGBT community being bigots as well for not accepting 'original' or 'traditional' Christian views? It goes both ways."

— rit

commenting on the Feb. 4 Tribune editorial, "Half measure: Boy Scouts should grant full equality."

"Massive leftist boondoggle that has just drained the taxpayers, to support something totally outdated and unnecessary."

— 50shadesofobama

commenting on the Feb. 3 sltrib.com article, "Happy birthday: Salt Lake City's Main Library turns 10."

" 'We want real leadership from the governor.' Yeah? And I want to sleep with Brooklyn Decker, but I don't really expect that to happen either."

— SkierJim7

commenting on the Feb. 5 sltrib.com article, "Campaign to fight air pollution targets Gov. Herbert"

"You can have my gun when you pry it from my hot, charred hands."

— MuskratMcDougal

commenting on the Feb. 5 Tribune editorial, "Target shooting: Pulling SB120 was a bad idea"

"Time to wax up the board and wake up early to get a crack at the first powder. Got to love Utah when it snows in the mountains."

— lonecanyonrider

commenting on the Feb. 8 Tribune article, "Here it comes: Major winter storm for Utah through weekend"






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