Thursday, July 25, 2019

TKC MUST SEE!!! FANCY KANSAS CITY BOOZE DUDE DISPENSES FASHION ADVICE FOR SERVING UP LIVER DAMAGE!!!

Here's a bit of "earned" media that deserves a tinkling of TKC skepticism in order to properly season the promotional hype praising a beloved hard liquor operation.

Sure, nobody forces whiskey down the throats of local hipsters but it's also important that we remind our reader community that there's nothing trendy about kidney failure and it's hard to look stylish whilst waiting for the next available dialysis machine.

Pretend to enjoy the booze in moderation given that nearly half of the country drinks too much . . . Read more:

The Secret to Dressing Like a Craft Cocktail Bartender

When Andrew Olsen accepted the role of beverage director at Kansas City, Missouri's recently renovated J. Rieger & Co. Distillery, he was not only tasked with creating cocktails for the three bars housed within the 60,000-square-foot facility, but also figuring out the staff's uniforms. "For me, it's really been about the aesthetic beyond just the stuff that's going into the glass," says Olsen.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

If half the country drinks too much, does the other half drink too little?

Anonymous said...

I can handle my liqueur Tony, thanks.

Anonymous said...

The Secret of Being an Idiot

Anonymous said...

Sly demonstrated the secret of dressing like a KCMO mayor.
Looks like the secret is spreading!
How about someone discovering the secret of dressing like a street maintenance crew?
Or an elected official who is actually interested in public service?

Anonymous said...


All people who drink are alcoholics if asked to go without a drink they can't do it. So in other words you are a broken down drunk.

Reality Speaker said...

How about someone discovering the secret of dressing like a street maintenance crew?


Above quote for the WINNER.

Anonymous said...

Hipsters would rather suck dick than drink whiskey.

Anonymous said...

@8:50AM and you're a broken, busted, bitter good-for-nothing, Buzz Killington. You wouldn't know a good time if it sat on your face. Your idea of fun is posting judgmental, worthless posts on a blog for dying geriatrics in lieu of a a meaningful life. You're all alone and running out of time.