…Sorry. I just can’t go after a guy for being a homebrewer.

Everybody’s got his line in the sand, and that’s mine. More people should make their own beer (and then the best of them should give me some*).

Speaking of sand, ByronYork’s reporting that tide came in on that Obama sand-sculpture thing.

Personally, I just thought that the thing was kind of tacky and embarrassingly hideous, but I know people were reading stuff into it.

Moe Lane

*Hey, I can chip in for raw materials and stuff.


  • Shawn says:

    I homebrew as well. I can’t get mad at anyone for that… unless they make swill. Then I dump them in their vat for wasting materials. 😛

  • qixlqatl says:

    Heh, that “obama sand sculpture” looked like a bad caricature of Jimmy Carter…………

  • Rob Crawford says:

    You realize the odds that Obama actually boils, siphons, and kegs his “homebrew” are about zero, right? He’s got staff for that.
    As for the sand sculpture — I suspect neighborhood cats were not showing the Won proper deference.

  • qixlqatl says:

    @Rob Crawford, wrt the cats: Yes they were.

  • Lourae says:

    The face reminded me of the orange-peel-in-the-mouth scene in The Godfather. ::rawr::

  • Shawn says:

    Rob, I wasn’t giving Obama credit for making the beer. I was just saying I can’t be mad at the White House for divulging THESE secrets. 😉

    I like me some good beer recipes.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Shawn, there MUST be a copy of the “Cat’s Meow” floating around the Internet, still. Dates back to the Usenet days. Included my simple, but strangely successful, recipe for strawberry mead.

  • Shawn says:

    I still say it was the one unquestioned good of the Carter Administration that he legalized home brewing. 🙂

  • Catseye says:

    Cats societies truth tellers, they call ’em as they see ’em.

  • LeSinge says:

    funny how the administration that hides the actions of their Attorney General are proud to laud the meager accomplishments of their cooks

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Site by Neil Stevens | Theme by