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Crash victim who lost leg sues drunk driver, Salem brewery for $3.5 million

A Harrisburg teen who lost his leg in a car wreck is suing the drunk driver who crashed into him — along with the Salem brewery accused of over-serving the driver— for $3.5 million.

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New Texas Laws Starting September 1, 2019

 

New Texas laws go into effect this Sept. 1 which were passed by the Texas Legislature earlier this year. Here are a few of the big ones:

Beer To Go

Craft breweries can now sell up to a case of beer per customer, per day, to go.

Restaurants, bars or businesses with a permit can deliver alcohol with food to homes or other locations.

(Published Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019)

Forensic Testing of Rape Kits

A new law will add staffing and money for forensic testing of rape kits. It will require an audit of untested kits and extend the statute of limitations. The law is named after Lavinia Masters, whose rape wasn’t tested for 20 years after she was sexually assaulted at 13 years old.

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I’m a bartender, and these are the drinks that we secretly judge you for ordering

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Bars are filled with people trying to look cool.

Maybe you’re trying to impress your squad. Maybe you’re trying, and failing, to woo someone on a first date.

Or maybe you just want to appear cool in front of me, your bartender.

And why not? Bartenders are hip. We stand in front of people and do things most people probably can’t do.

So it’s no surprise that folks sometimes try to impress us — or at least not disappoint us — when it’s their big moment in front of us: ordering a drink.

No matter what kind of drink you order, we’ll happily make it with a smile. But that said, there are some types of drinks we’ll secretly judge you for requesting.

Here are 16 orders that bartenders are sure to secretly judge you for:

Read more here at the Business Insider…

Attorney claims video evidence destroyed in Tiger Woods case

JUPITER, Fla. (WPEC) – The attorney for the family of an alcoholic bartender claims the restaurant owned by Tiger Woods in Jupiter destroyed evidence showing the bartender drinking at the restaurant for three hours before he was killed in a crash.

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