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The RNC drinking game

By Joe Romm on September 2, 2008 at 1:04 pm

"The RNC drinking game"

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Because of Hurricane Gustav, I delayed the start of this drinking game. But this is the best one ever:

Down a shot whenever any speaker uses some variant of the word “drill.” You must stop drinking for an hour anytime a speaker mentions “global warming” or “climate change.”

Now nothing can get you plastered as quickly as listening to a Bush speech on climate or energy and taking a shot whenever he uses the word “technology” — that can be a staggering (literally) 19 shots in 21 minutes.

But I do believe this is the only drinking game in recorded history where you can get drunk during the commercials! I bet a couple of Pickens’ ads — “I say drill, drill, drill” — would slow down even the irrepressible Alaskan supermom Sarah Palin pretty fast.

WARNING: Do not, under any circumstances, listen to the RNC while driving or operating heavy machinery like a drill rig or a single-hulled oil tanker near an Alaskan port….

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5 Responses to The RNC drinking game

  1. Paul K says:

    I’ll bet $2 climate change will be said more times at the Republican Convention that at the Democratic.

  2. Brewster says:

    I-I dunna thing dat I cannn count alll da drills and teshnoologie words in the onne Ima redain’ now…

  3. Paul K says:

    I counted only one drill (via Bush) and three climate change/global warmings. (All from Lieberman, once from the podium and twice more talking to Andrea Mitchel on MSNBC). Sobering.

  4. shop says:

    I’ll bet $2 climate change will be said more times at the Republican Convention that at the Democratic

  5. Now nothing can get you plastered as quickly as listening to a Bush speech on climate or energy and taking a shot whenever he uses the word “technology” — that can be a staggering (literally