My own personal stalker. How special.
Brichy, you said it was called jesus juice and we could spoon like vikings.
With all the fake news swarming about, why not write about beer. At least it's safe. The only down side is that you may have your William Casey Disinformation Program Completion Certificate revoked.
Nightcrawler, that certainly accounts for your paucity of brain cells.
Mia posted: "Pouring a shot of cheap bourbon into a cheap beer, more effective at a fraction of the cost."
Oh yeah, the Boiler Maker!
Brings back some memories from long ago of some really fuzzy morning afters.
If you give a mouse a cookie.
Shame on El Jefe for failing to list Duquesne and Fort Pitt as much vaunted Pittsburgh beers, albeit of a certain era, though both have made recent comebacks. Fort Pitt even entered the Pittsburgh lexicon: "That's It---Fort Pitt." Rolling Rock, despite its adoption by hipsters, is still many folks' least favorite beer, owing to its watery taste. It survives on the fiction that its water, which used to come from Ligonier, PA, where it used to be made---it now comes from---UGH---Newark, NJ, where it's made now---is somehow just as good as it is in Golden, CO. Nope! Besides, all beer is horse piss anyway. If you've ever taken a brewery tour, you'll know what I mean by that.
And Jet near beer. No alcohol. Why bother? I guess it would be appropriate to drink fake beer while reading fake news
Don't forget the gluek stite malt liquor in the small cans 8 oz I think. Quick drunk guaranteed hangover with the shitz
Well you know... They ARE right.
I LOVE JAM!
p.s. a Camry flipped me off my Honda and I landed on my back and head. Helmets really really work. I'm considering wearing them full time.
If I turn, I want you to kill me.
I know it's going to be hard, but I can't be allowed to infect any of the others.
Trumpian logic is obviously contagious.
But Miller is $4.69 a 12 pack (bottles) out on Hwy 7.
And Mia if I recall correctly that has something to do with our continued animus.
"1930 Mile Posts
In The United States
The Depression causes a slump in US automotive sales. Industry volume skids to 2,910,187 passenger cars and 599,991 trucks
Population is 122.7 million; life expectancy is 61 years. One of every 5 Americans owns an automobile"
Car ownership at record lows, life expectancy at record highs. Coincidence? Nah, causality.
OMG. You left out Falstaff! There'll be the devil to pay for that omission.
Excuse me, Mr. Flyer Editor Person, but you seem to have gotten some Juan Williams on yourself. You may want to wipe that off before it stains.
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