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- Very flimsy rational. People can drink anywhere and still kill people. Fortunately it's a very rare occurrence. Drinking on the beach has nothing do with anything--it's pleasurable and relaxing in and of itself. It's just a place like any other.
- Oh, come on. Can't you come up with a better arguement than cops on horseback blowing whistles and arresting 6 roudy young guys for BANNING DRINKING on all the beaches in Sarasota County. Puleeze, you say this incident and possible future incidents will stop some people from coming to Sarasota for their vacation. (drinking on the beach) THIS IS THE REASON why some people come to Seista,and Lido and Nokomis beaches etc. So they can have a cold beer, a glass of wine , or a delicous marguarita......................................I,m begining to find your opinion humorous. Are you really so puritanically provincial. I dont think so. Maybe you just need to get a little sand between your toes. David Cantrell
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