How to drink all night and (mostly) not get drunk
, advice from Jim Koch, co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company.
"Anything else you want to add? Don't do drugs kids?" "Yeah That's a good one."
In a highly (un)scientific experiment, BuzzFeed video producer Andrew Gauthier spent one night drunk and one night stoned while performing identical tasks. He filmed the results for our
Ali Spagnola's Synonyms for Drunk
is a remarkably catchy song featuring 91 words for "Drunk" in less than one minute. [slyt]
Before his death, Mickey Mantle spoke to Sports Illustrated
about the effect that alcoholism had on his life and career. [more inside]
Now that the presidential debate is back on
, it's time to prepare by selecting the most appropriate drinking game for tonight's debate. [more inside]
Is Cinco De Mayo For Sale By the Alcohol Industry?
In the 1960s, Chicano activists in Colorado promoted a boycott of Coors beer
in response to employment discrimination against Latinos
at Coors breweries. Coors had two problems. They had to fix their image with Latino consumers, and they had to figure out some way to get college students to drink more beer
in May. The solution: start sponsoring Cinco de Mayo!
Thus, even though Mexicans in Mexico celebrate their independence day
on September 15th and 16th, Mexican-Americans are more likely to celebrate the May 5th anniversary of the Battle of the Puebla
, which is not even commemorated with a national holiday in Mexico. In fact, the Battle of the Puebla was a skirmish in the Pastry War
, a French intervention in Mexico that began because a French chef demanded several thousand pesos to compensate him for Mexican military officers looting his pastry supply
SWAT tactics being used to combat public drunkenness
in Fairfax County, Virginia. Go to a bar or restaurant and risk being "escorted" outside by teams police in full riot gear, given a sobriety test, and arrested if you've had more than a drink or two
in under an hour.
Thank god our tax dollars are being used to keep us safe from the danger of slightly tipsy people celebrating the holidays in establishments that legally serve alcohol.
Not like they have anything better to do.