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Next thing you know, people will be seeing disembodied eyeballs hovering over truncated pyramids!
Hazy--Isn't that what salvia divinorum? does? And it's legal!
The real question is why does Treasury have to approve labels at all?Their job should be to ensure that tax is paid and collected on liquor; truth-in-advertising enforcement shouldn't be Treasury's job. That's what the States, or at worst Commerce or FDA should be doing.
Curiously, the Boston Globe has a similar article today. Absinthe seems to have moved from hipster to newly-discovered-by-MSM trend in lockstep in the two cities; which is odd, given that the Boston hipster community usually lags even the Times by two years.
Huh, I hadn't realized absinthe was legal here now. I'll have to try some.
Isn't it odd that the U.S. Treasury Department opines about such things?It certainly is. That's the Supreme Court's job.
Ann, I'm proud of you for trying acid. You know that box wine wasn't really doing it for you anymore. Not after Sanjaya was booted.
Absinthe just tastes like Ricard Pastis (the stuff that the absinthe makers invented after absinthe was banned), only more bitter and more alcoholic. Merely a curiosity.
Toot Braunstein: [drunk] I thought you loved me, Captain Morgan! [smashes bottle of booze against the wall] Toot Braunstein: Oh no, you're bleeding! I'll save you, Cap'n Morgan! [licks booze off wall] (Drawn Together 2004)
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