Thursday, June 08, 2006

At least it was a tight race

According to a (I'm sure intensely scrutinous) study from Student Monitor, beer drinking has been dethroned by Steve Jobs' pocket jockey as college undergrads' waste of time of choice. Apparently it's only the second time in recent memory that America's pastime has been beaten out by something as pedestrian as the sonic arts - last time it was that icky old Internet, of all things!

Obviously we'll have to rally to get college beer apprec(inibr)iation back at the top of the list. Here's to beer, kids - here's to beer.



Blogger John said...

Kids today. They say they listen to music, but they don't *rock.* Not like when we were kids. We had to play heavy metal in the freezing cold, without gloves. That's why we invented finger tapping.

And giving up beer for technology! Kids today. Why, I oughtta...

11:01 AM  
Blogger Adam said...

Ha...that's nuthin'. It was so cold when we were lads that our instuments wouldn't play. Thats right we had to douse them in gasoline and set them afire as we played with our frost bitten fingers just to hear any sound at all.

Ahh. Try to tell the young people of today that, and they won`t believe you!

7:35 AM  

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