For teenagers, a popular rite of passage is going up to a buddy’s summer cabin and seeing how much beer they can drink. Apparently bears like to do this too, as a Norwegian family learned the hard way.
On Sunday morning, 20-year-old Cody Lassonde from Altamont, was arrested by the Albany County Sheriff's Office for forcing his way into a home on Veeder Road in Guilderland, and demanded money for delivering beer kegs to the homeowner.
This invention is much more in Sean and Levack's wheelhouse than in mine. I'm more of a wine guy. But if you are a beer lover, and a lazy one at that, this is for you. All you need is an iPhone and a robot controlled refrigerator.
I came across an article on the "Times Union" website about a professional beer pong tournament. It actually sounds like a lot of fun if you want to do it, it's at "Jillian's" tonight. The thing that stands our for me though is, there is no beer involved.
Well, CNN set out to prove the theory that there's a correlation between the beer you drink and who you are going to vote for in the New Hampshire Primary. Check out the video and tell me if you see any trends here!
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