Ep 126 - Southern Bastard
This Week: It’s time for the football with the Southern Bastards. Earl Tubb is an angry old man with a very big stick. Euless Boss is a high school football coach with no more room in his office for trophies and no more room underneath the bleachers for burying bodies. And they're just two of the folks you'll meet in Castor County, Alabama, home of Boss BBQ, the state champion Runnin' Rebs and more bastards than you've ever seen!
Just like High School - Whenever the coach is an asshole, take a drink.
I'm not a teenager, but I played one on tv - Every time you see someone who is supposed to be a teenager but looks like they're in their 30s, take a drink
You ain't from 'round here! - Anytime Earl gets told to leave town.
I Got Wood - Whenever someone gets hit by that stick or a baseball bat
- 2 oz. vodka
- 1 handful blueberries
- 1 pinch sugar
- 12 oz. lemonade
- Add the vodka, blueberries and sugar to the bottom of the glass and use a spoon to muddle (or mash) everything, just until the sugar has dissolved and the blueberries are broken up.
- Add ice and lemonade, and stir to mix in the vodka-soaked blueberries.
Serve in a Mason Jar
- 1 oz White Rum
- 1 oz Peach Schnapps
- 1 oz Amaretto Liqueur
- 1 1/2 oz Cranberry juice cocktail
Add Ice then top off with:
- 1 cup lemon-lime flavored beverage
Full Moon Shandy
- 6 oz mikes hard lemmon-aide
- 6 oz blue moon beer
- garnish with slice of orange
- 1 oz Southern Comfort
- 1 oz Sloe Gin
- 1 oz Amaretto
- 2 oz Orange Juice
Garnish with Orange Wedge in a Highball glass
Add all the ingredients into a shake with ice and shake the shit out of it. Strain into high ball glass over fresh ice. Garnish and serve.
Next Week: RINGSIDE is a series set within the world of professional wrestling, written by JOSEPH KEATINGE (SHUTTER, GLORY, TECH JACKET) and drawn by acclaimed illustrator NICK BARBER, combining the ensemble drama approach of THE WALKING DEAD with interconnected rotating perspectives akin to "The Wire." RINGSIDE explores the relationship between art and industry from the view of the wrestlers themselves, the creatives they work with, the suits in charge and the fans cheering them all on.