Dedication . . .

Roundhouse Faithful . . . So I  may have really stretched the faith of the 7 people who actually read this blog.  It has been a long time since my last post.  What can I say, I am lazy and get distracted really Ooo butterfly . . .  Ok I am back.  What was I saying?  That's right, I am a little lazy.  But you know who is not lazy, our August employee of the month.  Not long ago, Christine rounded the corner of the cooler, slipped, and fell on a growler and promptly severed her ulnar artery.  For those of you not in medicine, arteries are the ones that shoot blood across the room.  Luckily Dan was there.  He sprang into action, ran to his computer, and promptly docked Christine's pay for the broken growler.  Way to keep costs in check Dan, and for that, you are the employee (actually owner) of the month.  What happened to Christine you ask?  Turns out you don't need your ulnar artery to serve beer.  She is back at work serving beer faster with one arm then I can with two.  Thanks Christine for your dedication!

Ok Faithful, I have a little secret that I am just going to share with the 7 of you.  We have started an operation with the Codename "Install TV to ceiling that we can lower down for Viking's games and then winch back up so it is out of the way".  What we are going to do is install a TV to the ceiling and then lower it down so we can televise Viking games and then after the game we can raise it back up so it is out of the way.  Phase two of the operation is for the Roundhouse Faithful to bring some food to share potluck style during the game.  Stay tuned to see when we actually get this TV hung. We may not get it hung up till later in the year when the Viking's are in the Super Bowl.  Hahahahahahah. . . Oh my ribs hurt . . . Hahahahaha. . . I think I just wet myself.  I gotta go. . . . Keep on Chugg'n . . . . Responsibly!

Ok, as I mentioned, I wasn't there to witness Dan's heroics.  But, I did find a video that reenacts how things went down.  http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/the-french-chef/n8667

Ok, as I mentioned, I wasn't there to witness Dan's heroics.  But, I did find a video that reenacts how things went down.  http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/the-french-chef/n8667

Sticking to the history of the NP Center we chose the exact TV the railroad workers used to watch in the 1800s.  The only difference was NASCAR used horse and buggies.  

Sticking to the history of the NP Center we chose the exact TV the railroad workers used to watch in the 1800s.  The only difference was NASCAR used horse and buggies.  

We took the live music a little to far at the brewery.  These guys just destroyed the place.  I had to stop filming so I could help control the crowds.  That is the last time we let rif- raff like that play at the brewery.