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Friday, October 2, 2009
It is a long standing strongly held cherished conviction by several members of the Shag Security Council that the words "fruit" and "beer" do not belong together - certainly not in a bottle, and probably not even in a sentence. For many decades we have proudly held the line at Camp with a firm commitment against this dangerous trend in popular culture.
I am distressed to report that the abomination against god and man pictured at the top of the page was brought into Camp by two miscreants who's names will be withheld to protect their family's reputation. Okay - It was Brian and Andrew.
This created quite a dilemma. What to do with this swill? Drinking it was, of course, never seriously considered by anyone with taste or common sense (Brian and Andrew each drank at least one). Sean arrived at a solution.