Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together

I swear, good people, I had nothing to do with this:

DENVER — Beer and asphalt spilled out of rail cars in downtown Denver Wednesday after a string of 34 freight cars crashed into parked locomotives, derailing four of the cars and damaging others.

A tanker car carrying Coors beer overturned and spilled its contents onto the yard, Forsberg said. Another car carrying asphalt was damaged and leaked.

Did they just refer to Coors as “beer?”

Clearly, the institution of modern American journalism has lost its way, pushing such dishonesty upon the people!

On the bright side, drunkards at the scene said the asphalt in the Coors was a notable improvement to its taste.

Pete Coors, are you listening? Are you?

2 Responses to “Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together”

  1. les Says:

    Relayed from the Kansas City Star, of all places, a truism: Coors, the poor man’s Perrier.

  2. Emily Says:

    When I first started reading this story, I was horrified at the loss of perfectly good beer. Then I got to the part where they said it was Coors and breathed a sigh of relief.

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