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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Bar, liquor store, wildlife display

OK, I admit it: Last week was WEAK at Under 30 blog. My post work was pure Paul Mokeski. I apologize. It was a busy time with the holiday and all and blah blah blah.

Anyway, I promise to do better this week. I've got a bunch of stuff in the works: A new "Worst of Steven Hyden" involving a truck driving competition from 1999; new features like "No, No Joke, I Really Like This" and "Wacky Random Top 5"; and a proper eulogy for the departed Suck/Lame, which got a (surprising but welcome) unanimous heave-ho from the readers.

In the meantime, I want to take this opportunity to give some free pub to a bar I visited this weekend, Sach's Rendezvous. Some random facts about Sach's: It is located on State 139 about 10 minutes shy of the U.P. It is shaped like an octagon. There are approximately 256 dead animal carcasses inside. On the jukebox you will find plenty of oldies, Merle Haggard and Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River," which I am almost positive has never been played.

Best of all, on the sign out front it says "Sach's Rendezvous: Bar, Liquor Store, Wildlife Display," which pretty much covers all the bases for an entertainment venue if you think about it.

While at Sach's I learned three things: (1) People up north really, really like it when you cue up "Hang On Sloopy" on the jukebox; (2) Any woman from up north would definitely kick my butt in a fight; (3) Sach, the unseen proprietor of Sach's Rendezvous, is as "ornery as ever," according to the bartender.

When writing this post, I learned something else: When you punch "taxidermy beer" into Google, this is is the first image that comes up. Nope, I don't know what it is, neither.


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