Just sayin’ …
The owner of an historic inn in Pittsburgh has brought charges against a former tenant she says was supposed safeguard 50 bottles of vintage whiskey valued at more than $100,000 but drank it all instead.
The owner of the South Broadway Manor Bed and Breakfast, Patricia Hill, found 104 bottles of Old Farm Pure Rye Whiskey when she bought the historic mansion and converted it into a bed and breakfast ….
The Old Farm Pure Rye Whiskey was part of a collection of historical whiskey believed to have been consumed by Henry Frick and Andrew Carnegie in the early 1900s in Pittsburgh, Rick Bruckner, the chef at the South Broadway Manor.
"Historical whiskey … uhhhHHHhhrghhhuuuuHHHggrruhhhHHhh …"
HT: Tom Scotto.
If you haven’t seen last Sunday’s “Mad Men,” this isn’t going to do a whole lot for you.
But it’s the end of Finals Week so I present this without further commentary.
From the follow-up article:
Yesterday’s Herald report also prompted fans of The Simpsons to quote the show’s celebrated classic episode about bringing a monorail to their home town of Springfield instead of fixing a cracked and broken main street.
Well played, Australians.
In short, if we mint a trillion-dollar platinum coin, it could be stolen by an evil billionaire megalomaniac and then accidentally handed over to Fidel Castro. Are there ways to prevent this from happening? Perhaps. But it’s not worth the risk. Say no to the trillion-dollar platinum coin.
Skinner/Ryan 2012 …
… Because it’s never too late to replace a cartoonish candidate with an actual cartoon candidate.
Clint Eastwood discussed his RNC speech and the much-maligned chair conversation with the smallest possible media outlet he could find, the Carmel Pine Cone.
Lisa Simpson, long-time editor of the actual smallest media outlet, Springfield Elementary’s Daily Fourth Gradian, could not be reached for comment about the slight.