Friday, January 11, 2008

The Week in Alcohol

Handing out speeding tickets can drive a man to drink for sure
Northern Ireland Deputy Chief Constable Paul Leighton was criticized for envisioning extenuating circumstances for police officers caught drinking and driving

I guess it was the drunk driving through the carwash with the triple whopper that proved to be too much for them Fulvio Brunetta, president of the wine growers association of the Italian city of Treviso (where Prosecco is made) condemned ads for Rich Prosecco, featuring Paris Hilton

Warning: pregnant French women should not read this newspaper article A Paris county court ruled that an editorial piece in the Le Parisien newspaper entitled 'the triumph of Champagne' could be constituted as advertising, and thus must carry the same health warning that a liquor ad does.

Hey, Adam---you've got company Celebrated California winemaker Adam Tolmach of the Ojai Vinyard admitted that by chasing favorable reviews by Robert Parker, he now makes wines with so much alcohol that he doesn't like to drink them any more

All the a-list celebs were released from the show after serving 10% of their sentence VH1's reality series Celebrity Rehab continues to draw horselaughs and terrible press. In other news, DUI jailbird Michelle Rodriguez is now available if needed

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