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June 26, 2008

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His comments are like saying "Hey, I noticed that when you're holding something in your hand, and you let go, it drops to the ground. I did some reading, and it turns out my theory is right". Great work there. You've invented gravity.

But surely, with regards to those 'silly names', forgetting them (or making them up) must be the way to go! And don't get him started on all those French chefs, what with their crazy cooking language...

I mean really, just how is anyone supposed to keep track of all these crazy details, these...recipes?

Wow, anoying self-centered host who doesn't have a clue what he is talking about. It's meaningless to even debate his "taste" of cocktails, when all he does is drinking with alot of lime and sugar. He should just take a glass, put booze in and top it with lemonade or lemon-lime soda or something, and save him the trouble. Not to mention the "head bartender" who probably just went through a 10min crash course of cocktail-making, because if he actually had any real knowledge, he would have stopped the host about 20 times to correct him.

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