Here’s to you, Louis

November 14, 2004

This day in history, thanks to SotallyTober.com:

1732 – 1st US professional librarian, Louis Timothee, hired in Philadelphia

1851 – “Moby Dick,” by Herman Melville, published

1991 – Michael Jackson’s “Black or White” video premieres on FOX TV

Those are three very good reasons to drink. Ok, Two very good reasons. Either way… you’d be a fool not to drink. More cheers, more beers. That’s it, that’s all.

Actually, with or without Louis I’d be having a beer. I’d be having a beer because every time I close my eyes I see yoke on a white platter and I smell syrup and grits and cinnamon-apple-garbage. Whatever. I don’t work for 3 days, and for that, I am happy. Funny, cause a few months ago I wouldn’t have given a shit what day it was. I would have hated it all the same.

2 Responses to “Here’s to you, Louis”


  1. Something about shitty days makes days that aren’t shitty just that much better… Especially when work is involved…

  2. Josh Says:

    The holidays are here! It is Sunday November 21st and the Rite Aid Christmas booze specials have just been announced. I spent the better part of 15 minutes perusing the colorful 4 page sale ad. Then my friend took it back from me. It was his.


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