Monthly Archives: November 2013

Pungry’s Thirsty: Iron Horse Root Beer


I saved this one for last because my mom said that it looked the “most competent” out of all the root beers in the store. I started drinking this thing while my mom was at a live performance by Lyle … Continue reading

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Pungry’s Thirsty: Red Arrow Root Beer


Ah thank goodness, a root beer that’s not stuck in the past. As past root beer reviews have shown, what was good enough for the old folks when they were young is no longer good enough in this busy dog-eat-dog … Continue reading

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Pungry’s Thirsty: Rocket Fizz Root Beer Float


Disgusting.

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Pungry’s Thirsty: Old Town Root Beer 66


Ah my favorite settlement from a long time ago, “Old Town”. What a great place, with its old-fashioned gas pumps (with attendants!), Leave it to Beaver sensibilities, long stretches of dirt road and wild, old people, and,  of course, its … Continue reading

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Pungrie’s Thirstie: Frostie’s Vanilla Root Beer


          I’ve had it with the old-fashioned, stuck-in-the-past, anti-progressive root beer regime! I’m having something that’s different this time! Something without spice or sassafras! They say “Be the change you want to see” or in capitalism, … Continue reading

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On the Dichotomy of a Band’s Image and What Their Music Sounds Like


Music is very important in this society. It’s what manipulates us into feeling certain emotions. An upbeat song with drums will get your adrenaline pumping, a slow piano-driven song will make you sad, a reggae song will get you relaxed … Continue reading

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Pungry’s Thirsty: Abita! Root Beer


Well, I finally moseyed on down to the saloon to restock on root beer. The first one there that struck my eye was this little number due to it’s strange bottle. Now, I’m not saying it’s fat, I’m just saying … Continue reading

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