Monday, February 27, 2006

Sarin, Ricin, Whisky?

A Scottish distillery is reviving an ancient recipe for a quadruple-distilled whisky.

Supposedly more than two tablespoons full of the 92-proof concoction can kill a man. I don't know about you but I want some.

The United States Secret Service has admitted to monitoring the installation because there is only a slight difference between distilling whisky and making chemical weapons.

Maybe this is why the Europeans have been so good at making chemical weapons, especially the Russians who have the largest stockpile of the munitions. Our severe alcohol dependency gave us all the equipment necessary and enough vicious hangovers to make such an idea plausible.

One day we will all be minding our own business and bam, some Scottish terrorist will unleash a cloud of whisky onto a major city, killing thousands and making millions more hug total strangers.