Accordion, Instrument of the Gods It Happened to Me

They weren’t kidding when they said "at cost"

The club called Shmooze (is the misspelling intentional?) that I mentioned in this entry really did sell booze at cost last night. Between the hours of 5 and 11 p.m., cocktails were priced at CDN$1.25. For my friends who live outside Canada, that’s just over 92 cents U.S., .80 Euros or just over .55 British Pounds.

The night got even cheaper as it wore on, because the accordion is a device capable of turning music into free alcohol. More on this, and The Great White Collar Socialization Experiment later.

2 replies on “They weren’t kidding when they said "at cost"”

Of course the other thing to point to is Lobsang Rampa, who wrote a series of books claiming to be a reincarnated lama. However, he, like Grey Owl, was just a fraud, a guy from Fort Erie, Ontario who’d never been to Tibet.

Oh, poop, I commented on the wrong posting. Must be the cost price booze. Wait, I’m at home, all the booze is cost price, unless I have another personality who is Moe the Bartender.

Geez, I need a drink.

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