Climate Refugees Gathering Early Outside The CSU Football Stadium

Climate refugees are having some sort of homecoming this morning in the parking lot outside of the CSU football stadium.

All they have left is their pickup truck, hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos, salsa and horse piss in an aluminum container with the letters C O O R S  L I G H T

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14 Responses to Climate Refugees Gathering Early Outside The CSU Football Stadium

  1. Sean says:

    I would have thought horse piss had more flavor.

    • When I drank beer–many, many years ago–I liked all kinds. Coors Light is OK as long as you start with it and stay with it, on any given evening. Beer (and wine) was like potato chips to me–food, as much as entertainment–and I never really met a brand I didn’t like, on its own. Just don’t try mixing a light beer with a more robust-flavored brand, like say Heineken; in the end, it’s a waste of precious taste cells, and you’re going to get drunk either way, if you keep drinking. And don’t mix beer (or wine) and hard liquor (which I never DID like, so sue me–I have only rarely tasted any alcoholic beverage in the last 25 years). Now, hamburgers and hot dogs is another of life’s great mysteries… which reminds me of a time, a ways back on the Muggy-yon Rim, when our pack train got frozen to the tracks one dead winter night, and there was nothin’ to eat but the horses and the youngun’s… Well, I looked at the Preacher’s wife, and I said, “Honey —“

  2. Steve says:

    Alaskan Amber, that’s what I like when I get out west.

  3. Kepler says:

    One of the best examples of floodplain reclamation that I have ever seen.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Now if CSU only had a football team……

  5. lanceap says:

    Ya… I’m hiding down here in phoenix instead of canada 1 or 2 degrees warmer here 🙂

  6. scizzorbill says:

    I tried Coors light when it first came out. My thought was: this is water with a hint of beer flavor. Lucky for me, there were lotsa options.

  7. Sundance says:

    I am terrified sitting among my fruit trees lush with the most fruit I have ever seen them produce. It has to be this horrible extra CO2 combined with the 0 degreeeF of warming that has occurred in Illinois, that is to blame. I guess I’ll have to seek a real estate agent in Antarctica if I expect to survive this climate. 🙂

  8. If it’s horse piss it’s very diluted, because all I taste is the water.

  9. Bill S says:

    I’m from Wyoming and we don’t take kindly to you folks down south insulting our horses!

  10. Another Ian says:

    In the spirit of “complete the advertising slogan”

    Coors Beer: Brewed with Rocky Mountain Spring Water – Lots of it.

  11. Chuck says:

    As a brewer I know its fun to mock American Style Pilsner. What everyone doesn’t know is that some of the best and brightest brewers brew American light style Pilsners. When brewing an American style Pilsner, any off flavor can be a serious issue. There is no hops, or malt flavors that can cover up acetaldehyde, or Diacetyl or any other off flavors. Perfection is the name of the game when brewing such beers. Brewing in such large quantities with little to no margin of error requires the greatest of skill and knowledge of brewing science. That being said, yes any light American Pilsner is not the greatest way to Imbibe. Yet, we do live in new America.

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