. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
Talisker or Oban for me.
I think Aaron might have missed the significance of the whisky/whiskey distinction in this post, based on those two whisky preferences. No matter.Agreed Pete, Slainte indeed. On a realted note, it seems that contrary to my scepticism about progress in Northern Ireland in an earlier comment, you knew something that I did not. Apologies. Of course, we won't know for sure for a while yet, but these latest developments are very encouraging.
Or *related* even.
I'very happy to drink Aaron's whisky at any time, however he chooses to spell it. :-)And aren't the Irish developments encouraging -- that's worth a whiskey or six on its own. ;^)
The Jamesons or the Tullimore Dew are good, to be sure!The stuff out of my still (while somewhat harsher) has the sweet taste of excise-free, non-govamint subsidising poteen!"Morning is the time to pity the sober. The way they're feeling then is the best they're going to feel all day. "
It must be a virus, I took Jameson last night as well :-)
I trust all you gentlemen are fine this morning. Another of the virtues of drinking good whiskey, although Oswald's poteen sounds like it'd be worth a lash. :-)
OTOH, there's a lot to be said for waking up in the morning in your own bed, with someone you actually recognize sleeping next to you, your own car in the driveway, and a wallet full of cash. But hey, as long as the whiskey isn't causing any of you any adverse reactions from your family and friends, I say, "L'Chaim"!
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