It was a long, hard slog (ok not really) but we made it!
Denver has really slipped since I got married and stopped clubbing up there all the time.
YES! Only took fifteen years after I moved away for Austin to get back to #1. Hell, I even recognize the bar in the Forbes picture…
Uber Left Austin being a “hard drinking” city? What, “Mike’s (no relation) Hard Lemonade”
Only in Stephen Forbes Manhattan Mind!
Based on my drinking alone, Jackson,CA would beat out Progressive/Liberal/NE Carpetbagger Austin!
40+ plus years ago you could go to an Austin honky tonk and fall in love with the waitress thanks to cheap perfume and holes in her net stockings!
Today, it’s all white wine and micro-brews and when was the last time you saw/heard “country” on PBS’s “Austin City Limits”?
Austin, just San Francisco on or about the Pecos!
Jeeze Mikdaley, I can smell the Confederate belt buckle on that comment.
Anyway, congrats on my hometown of SF making it to number, although I’d bet to say that the measurements of male and female drinking patterns may be a bit, um, blurred.
First off, Lincoln’s Union thru & thru!
Born in SF and graduated college there before you were probably even conceived (1964).
I knew SF when!
I, also, knew Austin when!
Today, both cities suck copious amounts of slough water!
Back to The Subdudes great CD “Behind the Levee”.
Hopefully, in the fullness of time, you will overcome your feelings of inferiority on being a resident of SF! Moving to San Mateo county could help, but, Southern Alamdeda county would be even better!
Heh! (tm Instapundit)
mik…that made me laugh pretty good, man.
Good stuff, my friend, good stuff.
I love my city, though. But then again, I’ve always dreamed to live in a shoe box for 2k a month.
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