Friday, May 20, 2011

The Rapture

Dear Heather,
Under normal circumstances, I would not write to you regarding my birth anniversary. However, with Jesus coming on Saturday, I am a little concerned about my birthday on Sunday. Do you think I have anything to worry about?
Staying Behind in Chico

Dear Staying Behind,
Planning a party for Sunday is probably not a good idea. If Jesus returns in the giant firestorm that is predicted for tomorrow, you might not get a huge turnout for the party. I would hate to see you spend money on hats and party favors, and then only have a few people show up.


Heather said...

You are awesome. Nothing else needs to be said. Lol

REZESKI said...

This is great advice. However, although I like Jack, it is a low-end whiskey... considering this is the last time we are going to be drinking. Do you have a recommendation for a high-end whiskey more appropriate to the occasion? (The End-of-Time).

James said...

@ REZESKI: I believe the appropriate Whiskey would be Old Rip Van Winkle Handmade Bourbon. It's handmade, expensive, and the smoothest whiskey I've ever put to my lips. Perfect end-of-time drink, in my opinion, based on name as well as taste.

Jaime said...

Rezeski I agree. Here are my choice's. Makers Mark, Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace ( which makes Old Rip Van Winkle), Bookers Small Batch Single Barrel Straight Bourban Whiskey. Being a Kentucky guy, I of course prefer those above as they are some of the finest made in Kentucky. Not blended and smoooooth. Happy Drinking! I think I will have one when I get home. Need to get there soon so it can be in my hand when the world ends and I can take it with me!

Jaime said...

It is 6:25 and I have been sitting here with a drink in 1 hand, a bottle of Makers and 1 of Woodford reservein my lap ready to go. AND Nodda! Still here! At least I still had a good drink!