Saturday, July 19, 2008

ROCK OUT AND SHUT UP AND DRINK !

And on the topic of taverns...

Reuters reports that a group of French researchers, publishing in the science journal Alcoholism, have determined a correlation: Loud music in bars = faster drinking in fewer gulps. Turn down the volume, and drinking slows. Why? Loud music "might make conversation more difficult, forcing people to drink more and talk less."

Those scientists are so wicked smart! No wonder Bar Louie, another simulation of a "neighborhood" bar, always has the music playing at full blast. What? We said, NO WONDER BAR L—

Oh, never mind. Drink up.

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