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  1. Cozmot

    Characterizing Amanda Adams as a “reporter” is quite generous, because she is not. Introduction to Journalism specifically calls for reporters to seek out multiple sources for viewpoints and interpretations to report on a news story. Instead of reporting, Adams presented a viewpoint. A student on a high school newspaper would have been given an “F.” Amanda, as a former high school teacher, I hereby give you an “F.”

    Because Adams presented a biased viewpoint, particularly with her deceptive lead-in, she probably has a promising career on Fox News Channel.

    Meanwhile, we will have a single-server merchant in the neighborhood, Good Libations, thanks to the failed leadership of the MVNSA and ANC 2C.

    I’m hoping that people like me who oppose all single sales will not patronize any merchant who engages in it. Good Libations, I will never cross your threshold, your “wine tastings” notwithstanding.

  2. Anonymous

    @Cozomt
    I respect your right to have this viewpoint on “single sell”. I don’t agree because WholeFoods sell singles, so does Yes Organic Market. I think these stores are great.

    “I’m hoping that people like me who oppose all single sales will not patronize any merchant who engages in it.”

    So you don’t shop there, right?

    Ronny

  3. Cozmot

    Ronny,

    This is a silly argument, and you know it. The ban applies to liquor stores, where the problems of public drunkenness stem from.

    While I don’t shop at either of the two you mentioned, if they’re covered by the ban and they seek an exemption too, then I guarantee you that I’ll never patronize them.

    Any other questions?