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The Old Rules Were Dumb Anyway

The Old Rules Were Dumb Anyway

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Cocktails to go have become normalized during the pandemic. Sarah Gonzalez /Sarah Gonzalez hide caption

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Cocktails to go have become normalized during the pandemic.

Sarah Gonzalez /Sarah Gonzalez

When the pandemic hit, rules started going out the window.

That margarita that you had to drink at the restaurant? You can get it to go.

The doctor who you had to wait hours to see? She'll FaceTime you.

Today on the show: After the pandemic, when things go back to normal, should some of the old rules stay broken?

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