Saturday, December 10, 2005

When asked what he thought of Prohibition, Will Rogers replied: "Well, I guess it's better than no liquor at all."

Hey. Congrats to my pal Robert Merkin who managed to escape Vleeptron long enough to get the letter of the week award for an LTE published in the Ukiah Daily Journal.
No one has been murdered over a wine deal gone sour since 1933. Even the desperately thirsty just go to the neighborhood liquor store, pay less than $10, and get the intoxication they want. The beverages are certified pure, untainted and of precise potency by the government. All disputes over sales turf by alcohol distributors are settled by lawyers in civil court.
Go on, read the whole thing. It's short.


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