The more you know about Mormons, the weirder they are. As I have just learned, bars in Utah had to have glass partitions between the bartender and the patrons until today.
Partitions known as “Zion curtains” — usually made of glass — that separate bartenders from customers began coming down early Tuesday.
The partition was intended to make drinking alcohol in public a social taboo. Originally, all alcohol in restaurants was supposed to be hidden from view until it was served to a customer. Customers still aren’t allowed to order a drink in a restaurant unless they intend to order food, too.
This law just does not make sense. It didn’t affect anyone that would support it. See, anyone that would be at a bar ordering a drink would not be a Mormon, or at least not a very good one. This in only an example of the majority imposing it’s will on the minority.