mR. bReWski says.......
It's Burritos, Not Beer

A judge has ruled in favor of a man's claim
that he had alcohol on his breath not because
he drank, but due to his eating of burritos.

William Dolge, 45, was accused of violating
his work release for having alcohol on his
breath when he returned to jail from his job
last month.

After reviewing the burrito recipe, Lincoln
County District Judge John Murphy agreed
that the Mexican food was to blame.

"Because of the recipe the court feels it is
unnecessary to conduct a taste test of the
burritos in question to determine their
potency," Murphy wrote in his ruling.

Dolge ate four burritos from a recipe that
included one bottle of red Irish beer, 1 1/2
cups of tequila and three-quarters of a bottle
of dark ale.


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Report Warns Men About Beer

Yesterday, University scientists
released the results of a recent analysis
that revealed the presence of female
hormones in beer. Men shouldtake a
concerned look at their beer
consumption. The theory is that beer
contains female hormones (hops
contain phytoestrogens) and that by
drinking enough beer, men turn into
women. To test the theory, 100 men
were fed 8 pints of beer each within a
1 hour period. It was then observed
that 100% of the test subjects:
1) Gained weight.
2) Talked excessively without making
sense.
3) Became overly emotional.
4) Couldn't drive.
5) Failed to think rationally.
6) Argued over nothing.
7) Had to sit down while urinating.
8) Refused to apologize when
obviously wrong.

No further testing was considered
necessary
You don't say.....

Within a few seconds of pouring, a beer
typically forms a head of about a million
bubbles, stacked 20 to 100 bubbles high
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The Russian Academy of Agricultural
Sciences has developed a non-alcoholic beer
with added vitamins exclusively for use by
cosmonauts in space.
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Mount Everest is 29,035 feet high.  It would
take a stack of 77,427 beer can
to reach the top.

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Ya gotta love these guys

Winston Churchill -
"Sir, if you were my husband, I would
poison your beer."
-Lady Astor to Winston Churchill
"Madam, if you were my wife, I would
drink it."
-His reply


Al Capone-
"Whoever called it near beer was a poor
judge of distance. We make the real
stuff" - said during Prohibition.
.
Frederick The Great:
"My people must drink beer."



Best Beer Ad

From Hobgoblin Ale:
"What's the matter lagerboy, afraid
you might taste something?"