Thursday, December 13, 2007

The Week in Alcohol

In a related study, they were unable to see any significant difference between Steven Harper and Dick Cheney The University of Victoria's Center for Addictions Research published a study which found that a group of university-aged males couldn't tell the difference between regular-strength and low-alcohol beer

Well, when you're pissed, you can't tell whether the glass is half full or half empty The Australian Wine and Brandy corporation released figures which were interpreted in the Rupert Murdoch-owned The Australian as saying that "wine exports grew 8% on pricey reds", while its competitor The Age interpreted the data as saying that "wine export growth slows again."

It was around about then that a bottomless pit opened up and an evil host led by Abaddon the King of the Abyss came forth A major British supermarket chain reported that in the lead-up to Christmas, English wine was outselling wines from Bordeaux, California, Portugal, Alsace and Germany

The John Belushi Blues Brothers Speedball was an especially hot seller
Former funny man Dan Aykroyd spent the week barnstorming Atlantic Canada promoting the Dan Aykroyd Discovery Series of wines

The "I will kill you" to the police officer was interpreted as simple high spirits
24 star Kieffer Sutherland began serving his 48 day prison sentence for driving while intoxicated

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