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OK, this is gonna be a rant for those of you who like to indulge in the consumption of an alcoholic beverage called “beer.” If you aren’t one of those people, I guess you can stop reading now (or not even click on the post – it’s fine, whatever…).

I hate to sound like a beer snob here, because I really am not one. BUT, (yes, there’s always a “but” in statements like that) you really don’t have to be a beer snob to understand what I am about to say.

How have domestic brewers stayed in business for so long? Like, really?

While I haven’t consumed piss water, I am pretty sure that is what it would taste like. Domestic beer is weak, it’s nearly clear, and it’s cheap (unless, of course, you are forced to buy it at a sports stadium like I was).

I can’t remember which stadium I was at in Arizona when I was surprised that there were no choices of micro-brewed beer. The other stadiums had them, so what was the deal with this one? Anyway, I was forced to buy something domestic (ok, forced may be a little strong since I could have kept my wallet in my pocket) to go along with my overpriced stadium food.

The experience was not enjoyable. I didn’t like the beer. Water. With a little food coloring in it. Pretty sure that is all it was. And, to top it off, if was $11. WTH?

So, anyone else out there baffled by domestic piss water beer? Anyone care to defend it?

Costco is killing the Polish

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Costco is killing the Polish and in some ways they are killing a small piece of each of us.

Goodbye cheap lunch. Goodbye cheap dinner. Goodbye cheap date night (errr, ummm…).

The Polish dog is going away at Costco and I can say I am none too pleased. Not happy at all! That was my go-to food staple. It was nearly a must when you visited the store. Sure, I am going to still be able to get the plain ol’ hot dog, but that is not the same and it won’t make me happy like the Polish did. Comfort food it was, and now I am just left with discomfort as I mourn its death.

I am not sure who is making these decisions for Costco, but in my opinion he/she is an idiot. Replacing it with “healthy options”…  #smh #wth #sad

They are implying that the Polish was “unhealthy”. Well, the only unhealthy thing about this is going to be their bottom line when the customers revolt and refuse to buy that other crap.

See the article below and feel my pain:

Costco food court changes, say goodbye to the polish dog and hello to healthy options

 

 

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