In this context, HAL should be read as Hardship Abstraction Liquid, right?
The Vultures asked, and the always creative Register readership answered. Now we have a name for Microsoft and Mackmyra's new AI-designed whisky blend. Last week we paid a visit to Mackmyra's Swedish whisky distillery and their fragrant storage facility for casks deep underground, and learned how the gang had used some Python …
(the grey Tilley, today)
Brilliant suggestion, and I will raise a glass of one of my favourite whiskies to it this evening (Talisker Port Ruighe most likely).
Regarding the 'innocent typo' that mixed '"whisky" with "whiskey"': isn't that a hanging offence in some parts?
Of course more level-headed whisk(e)y fans know that it is just "brown stuff that tastes good" (in the words of Gordon Muir)
I see it is nearing beer o'clock, so I had better be going
I'm weighing up going with "So not a real whisky then?" or "That's what they claim!"
Anyway, back to standing in the corner to atone for my previous sin. As it's looking now; I might be back out before brexit's done. Something, somewhere, might all be over by Christmas.
I can't find the video I saw a few years ago involving a naked lady in a whisky barrel where the implication was that perhaps there had been a slight increase in total fluid volume. I did find a not-unrelated video aimed at sad old blokes from gspirits.com
Trigger: So what’s Dave, a nickname, like?
Rodney: No - you’re the only person who calls me Dave, everybody else calls me Rodney - and the reason they call me Rodney, is because Rodney is my name.
Trigger: Well, I shall have to get used to calling you Rodney from now on.
Rodney: Thank you.
Trigger: How long are you going to be, Baz? Me and Dave haven’t got all day.
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