Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

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Because I apparently have nothing better to do, I have created a new blog called Draining the Glass. Its purpose is basically to chronicle my slow and painful descent into alcoholism, but it's also going to provide booze news, drunken narratives, and best of all, drinks recipes and reviews. There's already a few representative posts up, so go take a look.

As big a drunk as I am, I can't do this alone: so if you'd like to contribute to Draining the Glass with your own stories, news, narratives, recipes, taste tests, or other liquor-related ephemera, please let me know and I'll sign you up. Cheers!
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