Within weeks after it want on sale “All Purpose Liquor” was banned by ATF agents and removed from the shelves of liquor stores nationwide. When asked about the ban ATF secratary Carl Swinson said “We just dont know what to call it. It’s not whiskey, it’s not wine, it’s not gin, how do we tax it? And have you tasted it? It’s like flat coke with one hell of a kick, and at $1.99 a bottle no-one will buy anything else. It will ruin the booze industry”
Happy Labor Day!
Did you ever wonder where Labor Day came from?? It used to be the day that all the babies were born. That’s right, but the hospitals got too full and told all the mothers to stop having sex just on New Years Day (that used to called “Here Comes Daddy” day).
VERNON, Vt. – It’s not too often that the police get pulled over by a drunk driver. But that’s what happened recently to Police Chief Ian McCollin. McCollin was heading south on Route 142 when he noticed a driver at the Broad Brook Road stop sign, slowly edging forward into the intersection. As he passed the car, McCollin saw a confused look on the motorist’s face.” I figured it might be somebody looking for help, possibly lost or something,” he said. When McCollin pulled his cruiser to the shoulder, the man pulled alongside, rolled down his passenger-side window and made an astonishing proclamation: He was looking for a police officer to arrest him because he was drunk.
…I guess he couldnt find an AA meeting!
The self-proclaimed alcohol inspector became plastered as he was allegedly checking the alcohol content of the restaurant’s drinks.
At a restaurant in Söderhamn in Sweden, the man introduced himself as alcohol inspector from the local authorities. He said that he was going to control that the restaurant provided the correct amount of alcohol in drinks. Alcohol worth about NOK 660 (USD $95) was placed in front of the 59-year-old man, who immediately started to investigate the volume and the amount of alcohol in the drinks.
After a while the man became so drunk that he started to throw the alcohol all over the place. At that time, the staff concluded that something was not quite right, and called the police. The false alcohol inspector was sentenced to pay fines.
WARSAW – A Benedictine nun is facing jail for driving a tractor into a car while drunk outside her convent in southwestern Poland, police say.
The 45-year-old nun will be charged with drunk-driving and causing an accident, which carries a prison sentence of up to two years, Dariusz Waluch, police spokesman in the southwestern Polish town of Dzierzoniow, told local news agency PAP.
He said the nun was 17 times over the country’s legal alcohol limit for driving.