December 26, 2005

Happy Holidays from Liquor Snob

Drunken SantasWe haven't updated the site in a little while, so you may be wondering where we've been. No, we weren't on a bender or in the drunk tank, but it has been a crazy few days. Our Internet connectivity went POOF on Thursday, and since we'd let all the interns go home on furlough for Christmas, we haven't been able to make any updates. We've wandered through the snow for days like Yukon Cornelius, searching for Internet, and we've finally found it. It's a Day-After-Christmas Miracle!

We hope all of our readers had a joyous holiday season, and we'll hopefully be back to updating the site with some regularity. We got our hands on some excellent toys over Christmas, from a Beer Belly to a batch of Shotgun 2.0 keys to a Bottle Blaster, along with a few other surprises, and we'll do full reviews in the coming days. Thanks for reading, and we look forward to driving you to drink in the new year!

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at December 26, 2005 5:15 AM
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