Saturday, February 18, 2006

High noon

I feel alive.

I am still struggling with the half hour plus between beers. I tell you it ain't easy. Tom Petty said it succinctly. Waiting is the hardest part.

I feel like I am wringing each bottle of beer of all the liquidy goodness. I feel sorrow when the glass is empty and I have to watch the clock for the top of the hour.

From what I can tell, it is -4 degrees outside. They say we will reach 8 degrees but I think the weathermen are full of shit. It will stay cold. Thus I stay inside.

For now.

What, no questions? Nothing to ask the man of science?


djw said...

I have a question for you. "Will I be disqualified for having a couple shots of Kessler at the bar last night?"

AlCantHang said...

Why do fried foods and beers taste so good together?

djw said...

why doesn't corn -ahem- change in the body? I mean, c'mon I just ate it last night!!!!

Otis said...

So, this completely reminds me of my friend, Grieb, who once challenged himself to drink 100 beers in 72 hours.

I was there for #100 and I wish I could be there for your 24th. It should be a party.

BonoVox said...

I don't know if there's an official name for this challenge, ala "The Century Club". Might I suggest "The Jack Bauer Challenge"?

If you watch the tv show 24 you'll know why this makes sense.

djw said...

I like that. Maybe shorten it to "the J & B Challenge"

BonoVox said...

The following beer takes place between 2:00 pm and 2:12 pm.

Intoxication occurs in real time.