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(   1800 gallons of tequila flowing through streets of Louisville. Drew's birthday party in Louisville this past weekend. Coincidence?   ( divider line
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2003-02-10 12:55:55 PM  
2003-02-10 01:46:26 PM  
Thank Christ it wasn't bourbon. Me loves me some bourbon.

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2003-02-10 02:02:57 PM  
I live 70 miles from there. I will now be unavailable for the rest of the day.
2003-02-10 02:44:51 PM  
Tequila sucks. I spent 3 hours huddled on a cold, cold bathroom floor in Dayton Ohio while purging some nasty worm juice. Ever since the smell makes me gag... I'm with you CB810 I loves bourbon (rum's not bad either - cept that spiced stuff.) Unfortunately I must stick with vodka as the missus can't smell me drinking that one.
2003-02-10 03:05:49 PM  
Cuervo 1800 - Mmmmm.....
2003-02-10 03:49:08 PM  
Loki_see_Loki_do and I were gonna trip to the big party this weekend, but it seems that one of us couldn't get permission to leave town. Sorry ladies.

And, I assure you, there would have been NO tequila mishaps had we been on the scene. Okay, well, MAYBE, but not to that extent.
2003-02-10 04:21:32 PM  
Almost as unlikely as:
2003-02-10 04:22:29 PM  
pepe lopez? that tequilla is pure crap! Im with the bourbon guys, Jack Daniels baby!
2003-02-10 04:23:05 PM  
2003-02-10 04:23:37 PM  
This was not a spill. It was to disinfect the city after after all the drunk farkers were through with it. We had great fun. It was nice to meet so many from so far away.
2003-02-10 04:23:39 PM  
a wee dram o' Scotch'll do me....
2003-02-10 04:24:07 PM  
Can someone please explain what was
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2003-02-10 04:24:18 PM  
No tequkilla for me. whew. I sure have had some memorable memory-losses with that stuff.

Nice cold beer does a body good.
2003-02-10 04:24:35 PM
2003-02-10 04:25:36 PM  
I'm going to jump on the bourbon bandwagon, forget tequilla.
2003-02-10 04:25:47 PM  
Buy Kentucky bourbon. Try Woodford's made in Versailles, Ky where I also make my living.
2003-02-10 04:27:04 PM  
Also, worms are in Mescal, not te-kill-ya.
2003-02-10 04:27:50 PM  
Most of the tequila I've ever ingested wound up in the sewer system as well... 'Cept it was diluted with BILE!
2003-02-10 04:29:00 PM  
In other news....
Salt and lime sales up in Louisville.
2003-02-10 04:29:18 PM  
"hazardous materials incident"

indeed. the first time i ever got drunk was drinking pepe lopez tequilla - christ almighty that stuff is VISCIOUS!
2003-02-10 04:29:29 PM  
Send 20,000 lemons and 1000 pounds of salt.
2003-02-10 04:29:41 PM  
According to Argentine and Costa Rican witnesses, the last time I drank tequila I spoke fluent Spanish. I struggle with Spanish when I'm sober.
2003-02-10 04:29:55 PM  
Lets go...

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2003-02-10 04:30:21 PM  
FLA Chickie Yeah 1800 gallons of 1800. Now that is one hell of a binge. If I ever win the lottery I'd like to get a few 100 of my close friends and actually try it.
2003-02-10 04:30:26 PM  
Calling Pepe Lopez 'Tequila' is a bit of a stretch. I usually prefer calling it 'shiat' and pouring down the sewer has probably just saved countless lives.

Now, Pass me the Hussongs, Chinaco, or El Tesoro.
2003-02-10 04:30:54 PM  
Pictures from Fark party?

Spiced. Rum.
2003-02-10 04:31:34 PM  
AmoricanCrowe Same here. I am still suffering from a night in Mexico 35 years ago.
2003-02-10 04:32:20 PM  
I must say that one of my best "drunks" was as a result of drinking lots of tequila shooters in a video bar in Mexico City. Man, did I laugh/giggle my ass off. I ended up having to pretty much crawl up the stairs at my godmother's house 'cuz I was laughing so hard.

Needless to say, the next morning was not pretty. I had to get up early to fly home. I still remember standing in the shower having the shakes.

I'm gonna age myself here, but it was about 17 years ago. Good times....
2003-02-10 04:32:57 PM  
almost forgot...

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2003-02-10 04:33:13 PM  

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2003-02-10 04:33:54 PM  
AuntofDogface - Excuse the ignorance, what's a "video bar"?
2003-02-10 04:34:05 PM  
Skinink: LOL!!!!
2003-02-10 04:35:54 PM  
Pepe Lopez? Never heard of it so I'm going to assume it's shiate.

Now Herradura Añejo...mmmmm...pure heaven
2003-02-10 04:36:48 PM  
Stubacka: This was back in 1986 or so... There were bars that had tv screens showing MTV - this was back in the days when MTV actually played videos almost 24/7. Hence, video bar. I was pretty psyched once we got into the bar considering I hadn't heard any American music (was staying with locals) in 10 days.
2003-02-10 04:39:38 PM  
Anyone else noticed the name of the station, wave3.

Tequilla flowing. Get it.

Sorry for that post.

2003-02-10 04:41:01 PM  
I second that long as it's not bourbon then it is oooookaaaaay...
2003-02-10 04:41:25 PM  
Im not 21 so uh...i dont uh...know anything about alcohol
2003-02-10 04:42:12 PM  
I have hurt myself with Pepe Lopez tequila before. Damn you Pepe Lopez - damn you to hell!
2003-02-10 04:44:05 PM  
they did me a favour dumping theat swill, it's the equivalent of a bar mat shot(ask your bartender for one-he'll be more than happy, especially if you're an asshat), now Patron Silver...Nectar of the Gods
2003-02-10 04:44:59 PM  
Jack Daniels...that's the stuff!
2003-02-10 04:45:07 PM  
This isn't the first that I've heard of tequila flowing in the streets of Louisville.

The first time was when I got my buddy pretty much trashed before we went to the bar... ...but I guess that was a tradgedy on a smaller scale.
2003-02-10 04:45:29 PM  
Louiseville Margarita

1800 Gallons Tequila
600 Gallons Triple Sec
1200 Gallons Lime Juice(Or rub of 30,0000 limes.)
Salt to taste

Mix in a water truck, serve over crushed ice, enjoy. (Old family recipe. This is how we make them in Connecticut)
2003-02-10 04:47:22 PM  
Unlikely? I posted this story early today with a SAD tag. Much more appropriate. You could have seen that if it had been picked up. Oh well. Guess I'll go swig some tequila.
2003-02-10 04:49:10 PM  
Same here Bump, after a tequila binge at the INDY500 once, I puked my guts out in a fresh portajohn, and now just smelling tequila makes me sick. ...Unless it is excellent premium stuff like El Tesoro de Don Felipe Paradiso
2003-02-10 04:53:27 PM  
Considering it was overflowing at a rate of 100 gallons/min, doesn't it seem strange to anyone else that it took 15-18 minutes before the river of tequila was noticed?
2003-02-10 04:55:11 PM  
Morningbreath: Where art though in CT?
2003-02-10 04:55:50 PM  
Oops... I meant thou instead of "though"
2003-02-10 04:57:28 PM  
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2003-02-10 04:58:56 PM  
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2003-02-10 05:00:40 PM  
you know what they say...
1 drop of wine in a gallon of sh*t = sh*t
1 drop of sh*t in a gallon of wine = sh*t
1800 gallons of wine in the sewer system = even match!
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