The Phyrst Will Stop Blowing Smoke
Smoke ‘em if ya got ‘em because starting Friday the Phyrst will make you go outside if you want to light up. According to Penn State’s resident printed type peddlers, the decision came after patrons complained about smokiness and a general increase in odors that weren’t drinking-related. When the ban begins, The Phyrst will join many other local establishments that have become smoke-free.
The move has been met with outrage by smokers and general enthusiasm by everybody else. For those of you that desperately want to combine fire and alcohol, Sharkies on 110 Sowers Street still allows such joy and merriment.
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