Beer Die Addendum

My roommate, who introduced me to Beer Die, was unhappy with the rules that I linked to in the last post.

Here is a comprehensive set of her rules. She introduced me to the game, so she gets the final say.

Her blog, which she shares with a friend and appears to be written in a little-known dialect made up of spelling errors and run-on sentences, is dedicated to brunching in Washington. It's not bad and will soon be up in my little Friends and Neighbors section on the blogroll.

Also, there are often subtle jabs at me. So if you hate me, there's always that.

What does this have to do with DC? Um, nothing.


  1. There you go! Spite the haters, R. I will have to try this along with Diet Coke and Mentos explosions this weekend.

    What can I say? Easily amused.

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  3. Are you trying to say that people drink *surreptitious whisper, hand cupped around one side of mouth* liquor *end of whisper* here in D.C.?

  4. AnonymousJune 13, 2006

    This blog will lose its readership if Rusty stays on this narcissistic run of mediocre posts having nothing to do with D.C. Bring back James!

  5. My readership is way up, but thanks for the advice!

    Narcissistic? It's MY blog. Blogs are narcissistic by default.

    I posted about the Metro today, so, I'm trying to fill my quota of DC posts. Seriously, James gave me a quota of DC posts to fulfill every week. It's been tough, but I'm hanging in there.

    Thanks for your support!

  6. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    Rename the blog DC Bar Scene

  7. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    beer pong is far superior to beer die. also, it is not the same as beirut.

    that is all.

  8. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    Narcissistic? It's MY blog. Blogs are narcissistic by default.

    Not necessarily. Writing in the first person with a distinct voice about your experiences or observations isn't necessarily narcissism, it's just decent writing. That's what blogs are for: Individual experiences can have universal significance. This blog often falls short of that. I'd wish for less shout outs to your friends, no more dorky posts by interns, lay off the TV shows (that have nothing to do with D.C.) and cut back on the clubbing posts.

  9. 1 This is my second shoutout to a friend.

    2. There has been one post by a friend who happens to be an intern. She had a unique complaint about Chinatown that I couldn't do justice, so I let her have a crack at it.

    3. Boy Meets World is awesome.

    4. I have never been clubbing, so I have no clue what you're talking about.

    5. The complaint that I don't write about DC enough? Um, before this it was 12 straight anti-DC posts, so whatever.

  10. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    Rusty, I think you should make it a policy to ignore the people that complain about your blog. You know it's always the same three people. Nobody cares what they think.

  11. I know! Every bone in my body tells me to IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE...

    But, ach, I am an immature child. I always need the last word.

  12. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    that intern was the worst.

  13. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    I bet that intern LOVES the cock.

  14. AnonymousJune 14, 2006

    Speaking of clubbing, I despise the outfits men wear when they do that. It's always the jeans and then the untucked funky tight dress shirt down to the third button....

    What a uniform! Why can't people just wear regular clothes when they go to the club. You can't wear those clothes anywhere else. When I was younger, I actually purchased a shirt I thought might be a good clubbing shirt (it was bright red and very shiny). I never wore it, thank goodness.

  15. formerly anonymousJune 14, 2006

    Your awesome, Rusty. Keep up the outstanding work. You're revolutionizing the blogging world, one post at a time.