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DABC: Loaded Questions 

Eight questions asked of Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control commission nominees.

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Eight questions asked of the nominees for the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control commission:

8. “Can you show us how to shotgun this Bud tallboy in 30 seconds or less? And … go!”

7. “On Sunday, would we find you at, A. a house of worship, or B. the correct house of worship?”

6. “How many shots of Patrón does it take to get a U of U coed out of her tube-top?”

5. “That was a trick question: U of U coeds only drink Cuervo. Don’t you know tequila?”

4. “Is vodka made from potatoes, grain or the tears of Jesus?”

3. “Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Jager Party?”

2. “If wine is fine and liquor is quicker, then amaretto is ______?” *

1. “Are you in fact drunk right now, Mr. Frost?”

* Answer: “Ghetto”

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