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Weds 10/11 - The Onion Society for the Preservation of Alcohol Meeting #14

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Wednesday, Oct 11, 7-9 p.m.

We'll meet to the honor and the pleasure of Jameson Irish Whiskey, compliments of The Society (while supply lasts), starting at 7 p.m. The Onion Society welcomes all alcohol preservationists over the age of 21.

The Society meets monthly to discuss the issues of greatest import to alcohol preservationists: mainly, alcohol and the endless possibilities it bears. Heretofore, The Society has existed in near-secrecy (thanks to poor handling by its publicist) since 1756, its meetings having been the catalyst for many of the greatest events, inventions, and gestures of philanthropy in the past quarter millennium. Among them: the American and French revolutions, nine feet of licorice-string fun, The Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, gunpowder, and orphanages.

The Onion will buy your Jameson Irish Whiskey drinks starting at 7 p.m. (While supply lasts.) Must be 21+ of course.

If you plan to attend the Society meeting, please RSVP to mailto:nypromo@theonion.com?subject=Society with "Society" in the subject. Your friends are invited, too.


at Puffy's Tavern,
81 Hudson St. @ Worth St.
Closest trains are the 1 to Franklin and A,C,E to Chambers.
Free! w/ RSVP


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