The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: What’s the Point Anymore?
Two days after the Republican Primary basically ended, the #BATF guys will be on live to basically just drink and see who can die of alcohol poisoning first. As we slowly begin to lose our minds and our lives, watch us talk about Donald Trump’s win, the lessons we have all learned, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and so much more. Even though it’s all meaningless. | Read More »
How Far Is Too Far In Advertising?
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator This Is Extremely Funny, But Where Is The Line And When Will It Be Crossed? By The Way, I LIke To Put The Lime In Myself </object
Nanny State, 2.0: Britain to Ban Happy Hours
Per the AP, British health experts have begun lobbying Parliament to explore a possible ban on happy hours – designated times for discounted drinks in bars – to stem the growing “epidemic” of liver disease. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a government spokesman said the ban will be evaluated when an independent study on binge drinking and alcohol-related illnesses is published in the coming | Read More »
Election Advice from a Therapist
Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was feeling pretty good about McCain’s chances. He was doing pretty well in the important battleground states, Palinmania was still sweeping the nation, and Obama couldn’t seem to find his legendary voice. I was beginning to think that, perhaps, despite all the naysaying and the gloom-and-doom about Republicans’ chances this year, McCain is the guy who can | Read More »