Monday, September 10, 2007

Reasons to Drink this September

  1. Labor Day in the U.S. “A person can work up a mean, mean thirst after a hard day of nothin’ much.” The Replacements
  2. World War II ends (1945) Drunks save the free world from tyrannical teetotaler

Victory Collins

1 ½ oz vodka
3 oz lemon juice
3 oz grace juice, unsweetened
1 tsp powdered sugar
1 slice orange

Shake with ice, strain into a Collins glass over ice cubes. Garnish with orange slice

  1. Lost Day. Good day to start a bender
  2. Looking for the Boundaries Day (Cuchumatan Indians, Guatemala Highlands) Test the boundaries of last call. Mescal.
  3. On The Road published (1955) Barhop like Cassady and Kerouac. Cheap beer
  4. Read a Book Day.
  5. Keith Moon overdosed on drugs prescribed to combat his alcohol problem (1978) Well, it cured his drinking
  6. Star Trek debuts (1966)
  7. Horned Dance Festival (Pagan)
  8. Buy A Regular Drink Day
  9. National Tricky Handshake Day
  10. H.L.Mencken’s birthday (1880). This great journalist estimated that about 18 billion cocktails could be conceivably mixed from the ingredients of a well-stocked bar
  11. National Peanut Day. And you know what goes with peanuts.
  12. Slaughter of the Pig at Santa Maria delle Grazie (Italy)
  13. Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. Don’t pay your bill.
  14. Day of The Great Mother (pagan)
  15. M.A.S.H. debuts (1972) “Swill gin? Sir, I have sipped, lapped and taken gin intravenously but I have never swilled.” Hawkeye.
  16. Captain Nelson discovered Jeannie in a bottle (1965)

19.International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Tis a perfect day for plunderin’ ye local tavern. But the modern version is, Devidi, sir. Bili na kayo. May X kami.

20. Alexander the Great’s birthday (256 B.C.) Conquered the world while on a bender.

21. Swiss National Yodeling Day. Fred Panopio, we miss you.

22.National Wine Week begins.

  1. John Paul Jones victorious (1779) I have not yet begin to drink.
  2. F. Scott Fitzgerald birthday (1896) “Sometimes I wish I’d went through those good times stone cold sober so I could remember everything – but then again, if I’d been sober the times probably wouldn’t have been worth remembering.”
  3. William Faulkner’s birthday (1897) “there’s no such thing as bad whiskey. Some just happen to be better than others.”
  4. Gilligan Island debuts (1964).
  5. Samuel Adams’s birthday.
  6. Drink as Much Beer as Possible Day. Originated in Milwaukee.
  7. Festival of Texcatzonctl (Aztec) All hail the Aztec god of Intoxication!
  8. Cheers debuts (1982) “Terrorists, Sam. They’ve taken over my stomach and they are demanding beer.” – Norm.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous volume-addict said...

Big ups for quoting The Replacements. While hacks like The Goo Goo Dolls mine the crap out of The Mats' material and serve them over to an unsuspecting public, a lyrical genius like Paul Westerberg is relegated to cult status. Some things just aren't right in this world.

Here Comes A Regular indeed.

I really should be working on that deadline now *grr*

2:17 AM  

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