Al Capone made a living off of one of the worst laws in American history. At one point he was earnings over 100 million dollars a year, simply by giving the people what they wanted, booze. But liquor discrimination still continues today despite the efforts of Capone and his crew. Today's bootleggers, college freshmen, have adapted the methods of Capone to smuggle liquor into dorm rooms, and themselves into bars, proving that people today have just as little respect for liquor laws than they have ever had.
Some cocktails require a professional touch to make, it doesn't hurt if the person making the drink is one of these Busty Bartenders either. Others are just too much of a pain in the ass to make yourself. These are the 8 drinks that are worth paying for when you're at the bar.
Maybe in high school it was cool to invite your girlfriend over for a stolen and skunked beer, but you're an adult now, and people expect more from you. You don’t have to be a bartender to make a drink, and you don’t have to limit your cocktails to two ingredients. Here are 9 cocktails that everyone should know how to make.
There is no need to deny it, we were all raised by that glorious idiot box. We marched down the stairs on Saturday mornings to eat cereal and watch endless hours of TV. Here is an homage to the ten greatest Saturday morning cartoons in history.
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Today's stereotyping doesn't come from skin color, religion, or sexual preference (well it does, but not for the sake of this article). Here are the stereotypes that come along with the alcohol you drink.
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There are two issues that get constantly put in front of congress. The right to smoke pot, and the right...
Feb 27, 2010