For those who haven’t heard of Kickstarter.com, you should have, by now at least.
Kickstarter is a way for inventors, film-makers or entrepreneurs to raise capital to create their product by promising the product or other incentives to the investors based on how much they invested.
Now with that aside, check out this one!
It’s a sweet ass Cowboy Comb!
Now, as I’ve checked back on this project, they have met their goal and are in production!
Check out their website, orders are going out August 1st, and I shall submit my order then.
A DIFFERENT kind of energy than it already creates.
The article on Good.is states that distilleries in the Speyside region of Scotland will use whisky byproducts to fuel a power plant.
The 7.2-megawatt Rothes plant is expected to be up and running by 2013 and will provide as much electricity as two wind turbines—enough for roughly 9,000 homes. That will save 46,000 tons of carbon dioxide compared to coal-generated electricity.
Read the full article here.
I love it. One small step for booze, one giant leap for more power to make more booze!
P.S. As I’m writing this post, “(Whats So Funny ‘Bout) Peace Love And Understanding?” by Elvis Costello came on my shuffle. Not a huge coincidence, but I thought I’d share that tid-bit.
Hey folks! I know we’re behind, and for that, we apologize.
Hoover and I have been sick / busy. We’re working overtime with this new movie and we’re doing MORE than one job each. All of which makes it difficult to record/edit Podcasts.
I’m working on getting the “Bass Holes” Podcast up, maybe we can flip flop between Podcasts to keep things moving!
How much do they REALLY drink in Mad Men?
DON DRAPER (Jon Hamm)
Title: Creative Director at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce
Total Drinks This Season: 78½
His Usual: Canadian Club Whisky on the rocks
Most Creative Drink: Sally fixes him French toast with rum (Episode 9)
Drinking Buddy: Himself
Drunkest Moment: The weekend after the Clio Awards, he drinks so much he forgets which day it is, wakes up with a strange waitress—and still has a little hair of the dog.
Best Bon Mot: When Joan asks him for his drink order, Don says: “Make it simple, but significant.” (Episode 6)
MORE at TheDailyBeast.com
Just before we wrap up the lovely month of March, I thought I’d share one last Irishy post before we move on the the pastel-filled Holiday of Easter.
PasteMagazine.com posted a great article with delicious recipes enhanced with BOOZE! Double Whammy!
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