Jim Beam’s Go to Mardis Gras – Unless you live in a Stupid State (Yes, California, I am speaking to you) – News You Can Booze

Posted on October 26, 2011 | By TheEnabler | Comments Off on Jim Beam’s Go to Mardis Gras – Unless you live in a Stupid State (Yes, California, I am speaking to you) – News You Can Booze

Jim Beam is hosting a Devil’s Cut Unleash Your Spirit Contest that will send 5 lucky winners for 3 days and 2 nights to Mardis Gras in New Orleans in 2012.  You must enter here by December 3, 2011 to be eligible.  There are also 2nd and 3 prizes that are not so awesome and you can also enter by some kind of text thingy but to do that you have to read all the details here:


Oh, yeah, you get to ride in a float, too, with girls like these.


Also, if you are stupid enough or unlucky enough to live in California (And God only knows why you would, but I also do, so I guess I fall in the stupid category) you cannot enter.  I am not sure why, but given how our legislature spares no effort to screw the ordinary citizen, I am sure that they put in some stupid law to take away this tiny chance of winning a brief respite from California.  Perhaps they were afraid we might find out that other states exist and don’t suck quite as much (except for weather, scenery and restaurants).  If you want to know details there is lots of tiny print I can’t be bothered to read here.


Oh well.  Enter and win and tell me how coo it is.



Yeah, the weather.


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