Red Hook new York

New York worster Bartender’s Skills with a Manhatten, tries to take on Perth’s Redcliffe with Red Hook NY in the Hudson River Valley. You lose Barman. That Roller would have to be on fire. And be a General Motors vehicle. And be smashed into someone’s loungeroom. And yet…Perth wouldn’t have something as moronic as a stall for freedom. Would we? What are they selling there anyway?

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12 Responses to Red Hook new York

  1. Bento says:

    Perth stall would be for more regulation, surely?


  2. Bartender's Skils with a Manhatten says:

    They’re not selling anything. It’s the local chapter of noted looney, Lyndon Larouche. They give you all their anti-lizard people stuff for free. True, they want emissions controls stepped up and to reinstall FDR’s Glass-Steagal, so they’re not entirely vicious, just more batshit crazy.


    • Bartender's Skils with a Manhatten says:

      I tried to get a shot of the “Line Dry America!” Tent but it didn’t come out. Basically, line-drying your clothes will save the planet. Somehow.


    • Snuff says:

      Redcliffe might beat Red Hook, but you’ve trumped us with LaRouche, BSwaM.


      • Bento says:

        LaRouchies crossed the oceans many years ago. I recall their pathetic little stall outside the Kalamunda bakery 20 years ago, peddling their crackpottery to the fossils and banjo-strummers.


  3. NF#1 says:

    Pity this wasn’t titled “The Horror of Red Hook”.


  4. boredinbouldaire says:

    Speaking of batshit crazy . . . .


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