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A double shot of Mr. Molotov’s cocktail

“After one comes, through contact with its administrators, no longer to cherish greatly the law as a remedy in abuses, then the bottle becomes a sovereign means of direct action.  If you cannot throw it at least you can always drink out of it.” – Ernest Hemingway, Death in the Afternoon

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2 Comments

  1. Yeah, I’d rather drink out of it, actually.

    My sister was here for the weekend and we saw Lincoln. It was terrific, though I do recommend a pocketful of kleenex for the scenes at the end.

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