Did you hear?... German reporter unveils idiocies about SLC

In a recent feature column in Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung (SDZ), a reporter unveiled a few idiocies about Salt Lake City:
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In a recent feature column in Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung (SDZ), a reporter unveiled a few idiocies about Salt Lake City: First, he points out that the Mormons don't smoke, don't drink, don't consume caffeine, and visitors have to pay to join "clubs" to get decent alcohol above the three-percent beer without food. Contradicting those seemingly high morals, he then adds, is the fact that the use of the anti-depressant Prozac is 60 percent higher in Salt Lake City than the average in the United States on a whole.

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