A good day is shaping up: weather forecast warm, beer forecast cold. I had planned on spending the afternoon quaffing, but a client called and said she needed to see me Saturday. Because I’m tied up all day Saturday, the only option was to schedule her for 7:45 a.m. I couldn’t exactly risk a hangover (“I think a D reorg . . . [!#%*, my head, ouch. Why isn’t that @$%$*@$# Motrin kicking in, ouch] . . . would work if you want to . . . [wait, I’m feeling kinda oozy] . . insulate liability for the dynamite-production side of the business,” so I drank Thursday night. Nothing heavy, just a couple of Leinenkugels (my tribute to the brewery’s former president, Bill Leinenkugel, who passed away this week) while waiting for The Office to come on. I have one of those unjustified hangovers this morning (three beers doesn’t call for a headache and slight stomach pains), but I still plan on drinking a few this evening. The weatherman says this weekend might be the last real nice one.
Useless piece of information of the week: Skydiver proves drinking moonshine at 120 mph is possible. He was drinking some sort of Russian moonshine. Maybe it just felt like he was at 120 miles per hour.
You’re still sleeping with Bubba: Instead of having a hostile reaction, a driver offered his thanks when officers pulled him over on suspicion of drunken driving for a fifth time.
Picture of the week:
I’m not a Guinness fan, but that’s pretty.
Far out. Elvis beer steins.
For the reprobate: Yellow Snow.
“Strap on your snow shoes and keep your eye out this winter for Rogue’s Yellow Snow IPA in a 5 Liter Can. The can uses a convenient “Pull and Turn” tapping system that makes this the perfect gift to share with friends at the mountain, the lodge, or the local motel. Yellow Snow is Rogue’s tribute to winter sports everywhere—downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country, ice hockey, ice fishing, snowmobiling, and even curling.”Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg | Facebook | Technorati | Google | StumbleUpon | Window Live | Tailrank | Furl | Netscape | Yahoo | BlinkList
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