The holidays are filled with loud family members, packed parking lots and that same Mariah Carey album on repeat. To ease some of the stress, have a drink … or 24. The Whisky Advent Calendar is back for 2013 and will supply you, or the recipient of it, with a holiday season filled with delicious booze. Behind each window is a 3cl sample of whisky to look forward to each day in December leading up to Christmas. It’s also a lesson in discipline as you attempt to not bust open all the windows on December 1st or the day it arrives at your door. (Via.)
Birthday: December 3rd.
I need this.
Are Jews allowed to buy advent calendars? I don’t want anyone showing up at my house.
Can’t wait to see Art in black face tonight! One more hour! Halloween!!! #Dat2013
This costume was not backface. It was probably worse on at least a couple levels. Unfortunately it completely didn’t work and will remain but a dream.
The world is an incredibly dumb place that never ceases to amaze me
Is it bad that I miss Hofstra bar flyers?
I feel that feel, Rob.
Is this real? I can’t decide if I want this to be real.
It always gets me when MRAs bring up the draft as an example of discrimination against men. Yes, it’s true that no woman in America has ever been subject to conscription in times of war; however, being that the most recent draft was in 1973, most likely…
Can I take both sides of this issue? I had to register for the draft when I turned 18 (8 months after 9/11 so, you know, during a period of profound military uncertainty) and it really disturbed me to be required to do so. Women do not have to do that. That’s not cool. That’s not cool on a lot of levels and the primary one is the exclusion of women from many facets of the military. My mother is offended that among the myriad ways she protested the war in Vietnam she was prevented from dodging the draft.
I would 100% support abolishing the requirement to register for the draft but if that can;t be done I would much rather everyone have to do it than it continue in the current form. Maybe if people had to sign their daughters up for potential death in war we could have more meaningful conversations about the use of the military. Or we could continue to just send poor people who have no voice in the political process to begin with.
I guess that’s not really on both sides of this but I kept that because I thought this would be more provocative.