Posted on July 29, 2010 | By TheEnabler | Comments Off on

In the eternal war of good versus evil, many battles are waged. Some are won, some are lost. The fight goes on.


No wonder she has no clothes. Very hard to buy off the rack.



Today, we have examples of both.

Evil has claimed a victory, as reported here by the KUSI NEWS. “Floatopias” were an awesome end-around to get past a previous violation of our constitutional right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness (emphasis added, although I think the Founding Fathers meant precisely that). San Diego had previously banned alcohol on the beaches, so Floatopias were a mass of tubes, rafts and what have you that floated, and drank, about 20 feet offshore. Totally legal. Sadly, the forces of evil have now pushed the ban out to 3 miles. Curse you, Satan!


Clearly this type of enjoyment must be stopped!



On the side of Good, the forces of righteousness have proclaimed that drinking is allowed 24 hours a day in Chicago Airports! Anyone who has taken a redeye across the country and had to lay over at Midway at 3:00 a.m. knows that you really needed a drink. Especially those of us on West Coast time. Now, thankfully, we can have one.

The forces of Good and Evil remain balanced for another day.


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