Day 46

This beer must have electrolytes

May 11th, 2010



Also, is that Lance Armstrong's signature or a graffiti tag?

11 Comments

  1. Steve says:

    I hope you and Jonathan will take some time to throw down a few of these in the coming days. Enjoy your visit with him.

  2. Jason Eppink says:

    What is it with beers advertised as sports drinks? This is not an uncommon phenomenon!

  3. Lauren Cuz says:

    I don’t know about you but I like to work out while I put down a brewsky…

  4. Nigel says:

    If I remember correctly you’re in “Old Style” country. Perhaps you could humor me and get a shot of an Old Style ad, like a billboard, a barroom window, or even an empty in a gutter somewhere…

  5. Nigel says:

    I almost forgot, have you ever seen the film “Idiocracy”?

  6. Rob says:

    If the French hadn’t been so obsessed with steroids, they would have realized the true secret behind all the Tour de France wins.

  7. Karen Too says:

    Unbelievable, but true. Lance Armstrong’s image, AND his autograph, promoting beer as nutrition.

    Here’s a picture of an autographed “Sports Illustrated,” and I found tons of other clear samples of his autograph all over the Internet. Some of the text on the magazine cover is oddly appropriate, too.

    http://www.fatcyclist.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/200812010017.jpg

  8. Greg says:

    My dad always told me that beer is good for you. The hops, corn, wheat, rice and barleys are all natural but I never liked the taste, HAHA poor me. I know it cleans out your bladder with all the water and it comes in 2 types. Ale and lager with various kinds of each and some guys can’t handle drinking it. If you want to see all about it I added the wikipedia link on beer.

  9. Dan says:

    Sadly, the sport is given a bad rap by cheating bikers like him..

    http://velocitynation.com/content/interviews/2009/michael-ashenden

  10. Tom says:

    First, the sport hasn’t been given a bad rap; it’s as closely regulated as any sport on the planet. Secondly, Armstrong is one of the most-tested athletes in any sport and has never shown positive for anything other than medication prescribed for him when he was battling testicular cancer. Check your facts.

  11. Em says:

    It’s what plants crave.

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