While driving home on Saturday, I was behind a large pickup truck which had a home beer kegerator with a triple faucet in the truck bed, and it was set up kind of high. As the truck accelerated to get on the highway, the force of the wind caused the dispensing handles to engage and beer started to spray all over SUVGeeding and the highway. I wasn’t upset, if anything I got a good laugh out of it. I pulled up next to the passenger and she thought I was going nuts with my hand motions, but after she rolled down her window and found out what I was telling her, she was extremely thankful. It would have been funny if they were going to a party and were responsible for bringing the beer only to show up empty and then arguing if they loaded an empty unit, though I’m sure the truck bed had plenty of beer residue for them to figure out what happened.
My alma matter is a small Southern Baptist university. My professor who taught business law and marketing only referred to beer as “effervescent malt beverages” to poke a little fun at how Baptists aren’t fond of alcoholic beverages.
We visited Whole Earth Provision Co. in Southlake and I was reminded of a scene out of Miracle on 34th Street when an employee was talking to a customer. The customer wasn’t satisfied with a product selection, and the employee told the customer she’d be happy to call the REI across to street to see if they had the product he was looking for.
Speaking of Cruz, I saw a local campaign commercial for a conservative but I can’t recall the name or office he’s running for. However, in one scene, there’s a bookshelf behind his desk and you can’t make out any of the titles except for one that has “TED CRUZ” prominently displayed.
GIF – Snow Tank – I really like their dedication, go as far as making shade so the sun wouldn’t melt their massive project.
I was listening to Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” in the car. Towards the end of the song he starts to woot or howl, and BoyGeeding said, “Daddy, I know who’s singing, that’s Bono.” I hated to tell him he was wrong, but he replied by telling me the song sounding fancy and he liked it.
The top 15 D-FW venues in alcohol sales – Only one “adult” business is on the list, here are the top five: 1. AT&T Stadium, 2. Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center, 3. Hilton Anatole, 4. Omni Dallas Hotel, 5. American Airlines Center