Booze Break

018Strictly speaking, you can’t really Save and Stay here because, as the sign on the door says, “No public telephone, No public washroom.”  So once you’ve saved, you pretty much have to leave.  From a capitalist perspective, wouldn’t Save and Leave send a truer message?  Another sign, inside, warns patrons not to clearly read the newspapers.  Although I haven’t graduated to bifocals, most of my reading is less than clear.  It might take Foucault to weigh in on clarity.  But I can clearly see that Save and Stay is not in the cards.

019We are on a brief mid-winter booze time out.  Back soon with more reviews from the lush life.  Enjoy Lent!

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