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January 30, 2019


It's so cold in the parts of the Midwest, they can't deliver beer

(Thanks to Steve K)


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And still the UN does nothing?

beer will freeze -- around 32 degrees or slightly lower, depending on alcohol content

Which is the reason Bud Light freezes at 47 degrees.

Time to call on the National Guard?

There was a run on beverages last night

My company closed the Chicago office today and tomorrow for us to work from home

I wanted the challenge of arriving at work alive

According to he news they're not delivering the mail or pizza either!

NMUA, that's my challenge Every. Single. Day.

I'm in the Chi-town vicinity, and have also been furloughed for the next two days. No mail, no pizza, no beer, and am keeping busy cleaning out closets so that I don't have to think about how quickly I could turn into a popsicle if I stepped outside.

We should all go and run our internal combustion cars for two hours to increase the CO2 in the atmosphere and warm up the midwest. Electric cars and Hybrids should go plug into the power grid and make those power plants work! This is an emergency! Think of Chicago with no beer! And no pizza! Oh the horrors!

Since Xcel is asking the entire state of Minnesota to set their thermostats for 63 degrees tomorrow, it's likely that beer consumption will be down slightly anyway. More of a hot toddy situation.

Oh the humanity!

And our government is focused on Border walls while this tragdy is unfolding in front of our EYES! Wake Up,America.

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