Mar 7, 2012

Things Discussed at the Brewhaus: Vol. 6

I had started the second half of the Saint Louis/Soulard Mardi Gras blog, but work obligations and unexpected turns in life have kept me from finishing.  But all in all, I can’t complain.  Beside, other than a mysterious and exotic Gypsy, who would listen? 
Plus, it’s probably the journalism major in me, but I’m a stickler for details and want to make sure I get everything right before I hit the dreaded “send” button.  For instance, it takes forever for my archaic computer to upload any pictures, and then it takes me more time to fix and screw-up in spacing that resulted from me posting the picture.   
Anyway, here’s the latest list of Brewhaus conversation starters to tide everyone over.  These are actual topics discussed over the past few weeks.  Maybe you were involved, but in all honesty, even if you weren’t, you probably didn’t miss much.

  • The structural integrity of the Brewhaus bathrooms
  • Hypothetically, how much heroin is a baby worth?  Does the amount of heroin increase with the size of the baby?
  • Political denial of current socio-economic activity (aka prostitution) Or, why pimpin’ ain’t easy. 
  • Straw art and calligraphy
  • Toilet paper:  over the top or along the wall?
  • The joys of salvaging and cooking road kill
  • Should happy hour really be called disgruntled hour?
  • Why everyone should have a manifesto on standby
  • The art/skills of butlery
  • How fast can a sea lion run … or waddle?
Once life settles down, I promise to conclude the Saint Louis weekend.  I also expect to have a blog/gripe session about the NCAA tournament and who belongs and who didn’t deserve an at-large bid.   Rewarding mediocrity just grinds my gears.
Anyway, I’m beginning to ramble.  More next time …  

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