Has a touch of western swing to it. Good stuff.
Didn't her handlers brief her beforehand?
Love that song.To be fair, and I don't know how tap beer systems work, but the woman that is showing her the taps seems to be checking the tap and seems to have a handful of foam, so maybe it's a hardware problem. Still, she ought to know not to hold it up like you're proud of it...
Need to tweak the "human commonalities" and "manual skills" subroutines ...
Didn't her handlers brief her beforehand?Why don't you try telling her she doesn't know how to do everything?- Hillary's handlers
Knife? Kids these days don't carry a knife. Too dangerous. It's a weapon. Get 'em kicked out of school or run up on charges. All part of what Kim DuToit called "the pussification of the western male". hired a neighbor kid, to do some work around the yard. He shows up in shorts and flip flops. He tries to tear some landscape fabric with his hands. "Use your knife" "don't have a knife". He was 16, 17 years old. Probably most people here, males anyway, got their first pocket knife between 7- 10 years old. Big deal to a kid- wow, adult trust! Sorta like getting you first real paycheck. Now they are infants into their 20's, most of them. OK, the old codger rant is over- for now.
Well, heck, in some states it's illegal to carry a knife at any age. And it would be in all of them, if our noble and generous friends on the Left had their way.
Might as well carry a gun then. In for a dime ... Maybe I related this here before, if so, forgive the reiteration A WA state appeals court recently ruled against a man carrying a 3" paring knife, he claimed it was for defense and the court ruled it was not dangerous enough to be considered an "arm", therefore his argument it was protected under the second amendment was invalid. Yet the regulation he was convicted of was "carrying a dangerous weapon". So in a classic "Catch 22", it was both dangerous enough to convict, but not dangerous enough to acquit. One wonders what would have been the reasoning if he had one of Jim Bowie's namesakes in his possession. No doubt there would have been some other convoluted reasoning to convict.
My Sis-in-law was offered a job on the spot at the Guiness tap-room at their factory and museum in Dublin. She's tall, blond, pretty, and poured a perfect pint on her first try ever. LittleRed1
I have a certificate from the Guinness brewery stating that I have demonstrated that I can draw the perfect pint of Guinness. On their 250th anniversary as well. Not that it's particularly hard to do so. But I will confess, I'm neither particularly tall, nor blonde, nor pretty, so that may have factored into their lack of offering me a job.
"hired a neighbor kid, to do some work around the yard. He shows up in shorts and flip flops. He tries to tear some landscape fabric with his hands. "Use your knife" "don't have a knife". He was 16, 17 years old. "Should get a katana, works like a crowbar, pry bar, machete, and digging tool all in one. Well, it helps to have both a sharp and blunt one.
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