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Linux Drugs:  11 of 208

Always store beer in a dark place.
                -- Lazarus Long
 
Linux Drugs:  12 of 208

An alcoholic is someone you don't like who drinks as much as you do.
                -- Dylan Thomas
 
Linux Drugs:  13 of 208

And you can't get any Watney's Red Barrel,
because the bars close every time you're thirsty...
 
Linux Drugs:  14 of 208

... at least I thought I was dancing, 'til somebody stepped on my hand.
                -- J. B. White
 
Linux Drugs:  15 of 208

Be wary of strong drink.  It can make you shoot at tax collectors and miss.
                -- Lazarus Long, "Time Enough for Love"
 
Linux Drugs:  16 of 208

Because the wine remembers.
 
Linux Drugs:  17 of 208

Beer & Pretzels -- Breakfast of Champions.
 
Linux Drugs:  18 of 208

Beer -- it's not just for breakfast anymore.
 
Linux Drugs:  19 of 208

Beggar to well-dressed businessman:
        "Could you spare $20.95 for a fifth of Chivas?"
 
Linux Drugs:  20 of 208

Best Beer: A panel of tasters assembled by the Consumer's Union in 1969
judged Coors and Miller's High Life to be among the very best. Those who
doubt that beer is a serious subject might ponder its effect on American
history. For example, New England's first colonists decided to drop anchor
at Plymouth Rock instead of continuing on to Virginia because, as one of
them put it, "We could not now take time for further consideration, our
victuals being spent and especially our beer."
        -- Felton & Fowler's Best, Worst & Most Unusual
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