Where words were never watered down, because we all know what a words worth.

My dear friend Brian Meredith thought perhaps we could amuse ourselves imagining being ponied up with our favorite author in their favorite pub.  Here is a collection of pubs that have lubricated some of the best literature in history. http://www.salon.com/life/feature/2011/01/09/literary_watering_holes And here is one I’d like to add to the list, “Pop”  on Unterestrasse, in …

My dear friend Brian Meredith thought perhaps we could amuse ourselves imagining being ponied up with our favorite author in their favorite pub.  Here is a collection of pubs that have lubricated some of the best literature in history.

http://www.salon.com/life/feature/2011/01/09/literary_watering_holes

And here is one I’d like to add to the list, “Pop”  on Unterestrasse, in Heidelberg, Germany.  The pub where the ” Other” James Joyce of The Boy with a Torn Hat fame saved the city from a twenty foot tidal wave of beer one evening in the 70’s.

When blackness was a virtue, and the road was fulla mud

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