June 5, 2009

I Could Make a Polar Bear Liqueur

Not that I’d want to tee off any polar bears (does anyone say “tee off” anymore, outside of the obvious golfers? That’s a good phrase. You should use it this weekend). Anyway, I finally got a copy of an interview I did that was printed in Onion’s NY edition about a billion years ago. Or last fall. It was when Luscious Liqueurs came out, so there is some liqueurs talk, but also just general drinking talk, talk about the Replacements, talk that could get me retroactive tickets, and more, all rolled up in an article that I now have as an  incredibly-difficult-to-read pdf. It’s probably my favorite interview (even better than the one that starts “A.J. Rathbun, we’d kill to have a drink with you” if you can believe it), so you should read it! Right now. And if Andy Battaglia is out there, thanks pal. If you see Andy, buy him a drink for me, too.

leslie said:

You made a classic mistake by focusing on the wrong character ..the Polar Bear I’m loving him. :)

phismi said:

Understatement of the day: “incredibly-difficult-to-read pdf.” I’m getting a crick in my neck. Yes, I said “crick.” If you can say “tee off” I can say “crick.”

Nicole Sholly said:

“Tee off”? How about “PO’d”? A favorite of my mom’s. When used in conjunction with your middle name, it was not a good thing.

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