Breaking Booze | Dark ‘n’ Stormy ‘n’ Vacuous
1 oz. dark rum (the darkest available)
1 splash ginger beer
Preparation: Pour rum into tallest high ball glass you can find, splash ginger beer over it, sprinkle an insignificant amount of brown sugar into the darkness, and watch it disappear into the devouring nothingness below.
As some of you may know (I didn’t), Tropical Storm Agatha blasted through Central America this past weekend and made quite a mess — a massive sinkholey mess. While holes are nothing new to theavantguardian or Guatemala this hungry hole is over 60 feet wide (and growing) and nearly 300 feet deep.
Clearly some angry deity has it out for the less fortunate. Pat Robertson seems to know why January’s earthquakey disaster struck the only LDC (Least Developed Country) in the Americas, but Pat Robertson is arguably insane (and hilarious). Chavez believes the US caused the earthquake in Haiti, but I think he should go back to tweeting instead of hypothesizing about natural disasters. I think the sinkhole in Guatemala was caused by a little H2O, and I’m not the only one.
After covering holes such as sink, blue, and ass, I feel it’s in my and your best interest to offer information on another type of hole — BLACK.
And I’m pretty sure that’s the way it is.