Jun 26, 2013

A sweet 16th edition of Things Discussed at the Brewhaus (and beyond)

One thing I've learned is you don’t have to confine Brewhaus-like conversations to the Brewhaus.  Any place with good booze and a flat surface is liable to induce lively conversations and debate.  For instance, here are a dozen topics recently discussed at the Brewhaus and other similar environs:

  • Proper heart worm prevention for your pooch
  • There is no such thing as a free steak dinner
  • How the computer age killed the art of responsible journalism
  • Types of hats
  • When church becomes so time consuming and demanding that it ruins your faith in God
  • How government regulations help ensure there’s just nothing sexy about marketing or selling annuities
  • Things that sound more obscene than they really are (e.g., shaking hands with Mr. Lincoln)
  • Why some hopeless men cling to the belief that the female orgasm is a myth
  •  How do you make sure a tightrope stretched across the Grand Canyon stays tight?
  • What’s the deal with Secretary of State John Kerry’s hair?  How much longer before it approaches the Trump level of outlandish?
  • People with massive egos who assume every Facebook post is about them

There you go … a dozen discussions definitely worth having, at least when libations are involved. 

Next time, I plan to continue my countdown of my all-time favorite blues songs.  I also have a few scattered travel topics to churn out as well.  After all, I can’t bore or disappoint my five faithful followers.    

1 comment:

joseph tury said...

The state of the springy-g music scene is no longer a drinking topic?

A commoner dines at Baumgartner’s Cheese Store and Tavern, Monroe, Wis.

I wasn’t sure a place existed that could be the perfect representation of Wisconsin life, but then I traveled through Monroe, Wis., one week...