You must keep the cover on the straw while driving. For those who may find themselves unfortunately in Leesville, drive through the Daq Shack and order the "Bitchinator." It's the local favorite. I wouldn't venture inside to eat or drink, unless you are adventurous.
Except that you left out the u.
Every other aspect of the "honorable" amateur athletics model has fallen by the wayside; why are adults still not allowed to buy a beer at a Notre Dame football game? It's especially galling now that the average fan is asked to shell out $100+ per ticket and $80+ per parking pass.
Before anybody readies a defense for this, consider that ND is about to turn this into a class/status issue with the new premium seating arrangements tied to Crossroads. Big donors and rich people...you can buy beer inside the stadium. You "regular" fans? Not a chance...we're talking about collegiate sports here!
This is already happening at ND basketball and hockey games, and that bothers me. If we were all forced to live by the same antiquated rules, that's one thing. Refusing to sell me beer because I'm not a valuable enough "prospect" is a whole different story.
Easier access to alcohol.
that goes into a signature Louisiana cocktail, a beer garden sounds like a cute little diversion that might actually help some people sober up.
Hurricanes and Hand Grenades from day one.