Apparently I Live In a Cave – Metaphorically. This Song Rocks! (As it were)

This morning I was pleasantly surprised to hear this song. It is an awesome new song to add to the vast catalog of drinking songs that exist. However, I was unpleasantly surprised to note that apparently I am clueless as to the wide world since this song has been out for several months and I […]

Bourbon Heritage Month-What it Means to Me

When I heard it was National Bourbon Heritage Month, I was astounded.  Mostly astounded that they had actually passed some Senate resolution at one point in time for that.  Or so interweb legend holds. But I thought about it.  Bourbon is my favorite hard liquor.  I could pretty much drink it to the exclusion of […]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

    What better way to celebrate than with the Pogues singing about streams of whiskey?

The Sierra Nevada Song

It is impossible to argue with the sentiments expressed in this song. P.S. Found at Holly Beck’s Blog

The Liquor Locusts

The Liquor Locusts

"The harsh, useful things of the world, from pulling teeth to digging potatoes, are best done by men who are as starkly sober as so many convicts in the death-house, but the lovely and useless things, the charming and exhilarating things, are best done by men with, as the phrase is, a few sheets in the wind." ~H.L. Mencken

The Dangers of Thirst

"Let your boat of life be light, packed with only what you need - a homely home and simple pleasures, one or two friends, worth the name, someone to love and someone to love you, a cat, a dog, and a pipe or two, enough to eat and enough to wear, and a little more than enough to drink; for thirst is a dangerous thing." ~Jerome K. Jerome

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The Jug of Empire!

The Jug of Empire!

"How solemn and beautiful is the thought that the earliest pioneer of civilization, the van-leader of civilization, is never the steamboat, never the railroad, never the newspaper, never the Sabbath-school, never the missionary -- but always whiskey!" ~Mark Twain