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12/31/05

Bars Looking for Intoxicated Patrons

It's not only law enforcement who will watch for excessive drinking. Local bars are prepared to cut you off if you've had too much alcohol. Managers and servers want to make sure you have a great time, but stay safe as well. Remember police aren't only looking to hand out DWI's, you can also get ticketed for public intoxication, so make sure if you plan to drink you know your limit.

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