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Monday, January 6, 2014

Glad You Asked: Red Telephone, Snatch and Geeks Who Drink

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Dear GYA, You see what I did there (slides entire spicy Italian sausage down throat)? That's right, my hunger strike was a spectacular success, and I guess you could say that I, alone, put a stop to gay marriage (spritzes face with aioli sauce).--- Not gonna lie, though; for a moment, I was worried I was going to starve and we were gonna let a bunch of gays do their sinful gay stuff here in Utah (rolls a 12-inch Pizza Hut Meat Lover's pizza into a sleek, suppository missile tube). Anything happening today now that the hunger strike is over? - The Anti-Gay Utah Faster

Congratulations, You're a true patriot. Not only did you put a hold on gay marriage in Utah, but you proved to all your friends and family that you could not, in any way, be gay. Here's what's up for tonight:

Local bands Red Telephone, Coyote Vision Group, The Wasatch Fault and The Pentagraham Crackers will be playing a free show at Urban Lounge. Doors open at 8.

It's Film Buff Night at Brewvies, which means you can watch the classic flick, Snatch, for free, on the big screen, starting at 10. 

Devil's Daughter will be hosting the always-fantastic Geeks Who Drink pub trivia, beginning at 8. Admission is free. 

For today's complete list of things to do, click here.

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