We're deep into the information age, so why did this take so long?  Now the public can see which restaurants should be patronized, and which ones should be avoided like the plague (because you might end up contracting it)

According to an article at YNN.com

Starting Sunday, county restaurants must post their latest Department of Health inspections in a visible, conspicuous place in their establishment.

They actually give the restaurant a LETTER GRADE and it has to be posted in the window. No hiding now!

I've actually come up with suggested letter grades

GP     Greasy Spoon

D -     Disgusting

C-      (use) Clorox

B+    Bacteria plus (I don't even want to tell you what the plus stands for)

A      Atypical (meaning actually clean)

Ok, to be serious for a second, you can check out the video on their website.  I'm wondering if this rating system will be on some sort of centralized website so you don't have to go there first, but that remains to be seen.

It's about TIME we knew this important information, huh?