At its best New Wave/punk represents a fundamental and age-old Utopian dream: that if you give people the license to be as outrageous as they want in absolutely any fashion they can dream up, they'll be creative about it, and do something good besides. -- Lester Bangs
The days are getting longer and, as the man says, the nights are
getting HOTTER! Lick your finger, touch your ass and go *Tschssh*,
cause the damn SUN is out now! And of course that means it's time for
a refreshing Spocktail that meets YOUR NEEDS for a delicious booze
cooler at affordable prices.
This week's Spocktail, "The Dead Man's Float," is a delicious creamy
concoction with hearty flavinoids of every type. I first tried the
Dead Man's Float on the porch of a decaying bayou mansion in the
swamps of Louisiana about 150 miles from New Orleans. On the
run from a group of Canadia-loving Cajun paramilitary types,
I wore a large red wig and stayed confined to the premises of this "safe house,"
run by a cell of Pigdog sympathizers.
There wasn't much to do in that place except hack Perl, shoot at
endangered reptile species with a big, rusty blunderbuss, and drink
Dead Man's Floats pretty much non-stop. Some of the boys would get so
liquored up they'd put on virtual reality glasses and go wrestle with
the gators swimming only inches from the front door. Crazy kids!
Made with premium ingredients only, the Dead Man's Float can cool off
even the hottest heads. Use French vanilla is CRUCIAL, so don't skimp out!
Mix up a whole batch of these puppies today! Beaujolais!
The Dead Man's Float
1 pint Guinness Stout
1 scoop French vanilla ice cream
1 oz. bourbon whiskey
1 sprig of mint -or- candy sprinkles
Pour the Guinness out into your favorite pub glass, leaving about 2
inches of room at the top. Pour in the bourbon, then top it off with
the scoop of ice cream. Garnish with mint or sprinkles.