It’s easy to pick out an out-of-towner at the grocery store on a Sunday. Often times he or she will walk confidently up to the cash register holding a six-pack of beer or a bottle of wine, only to be turned away due to Indiana’s Blue Laws. It’s a list of common complaints among visitors: the hassle of not being able to buy cold beer at a grocery, not being able to bring your children into a bar, and the dreaded no Sunday sales. Things always could be worse. When looking at the history of liquor regulations in Indy, Big Brother isn’t paying nearly as much attention as he used to.