The Minnesota Legislature hardly gets anything right these days, and when it does, it comes years too late. That's going to be the case with Sunday liquor sales, which have been "right around the corner" for years now, despite being overwhelmingly popular with the public. Chinks in the armor have finally started to appear. Last year saw the biggest in the form of a handout to the busting-at-the-seams local brewing and distilling industries. Any Minnesota-based small brewing operation is now free to sell growlers on the Lord's Day, and distilleries can send customers home with enough to fill up the better part of a flask. These new rules were part of what was called the "Bloody Mary Bill," so nicknamed because it also allowed restaurants to start serving alcohol at 8 a.m. for their early brunch crowd, instead of the previous 10 a.m. Because, dammit, we're grown-ups, and if we want Sunday morning to feel more like Saturday night, that is our right as Americans. God forgive us.