Please, Don't Make a Whiskey PC with a Good Whiskey Bottle

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Yesterday I spent the evening at Tuthilltown Spirits, New York's first distillery after the Prohibition, and makers of some of the most delicious whiskey I've ever had. I would never use their bottles to make a PC. It'd be sacrilege.

A bottle of bad whiskey, on the other side, would be perfect for it. After all, I'd rather have a liquified 3.5" SBC board with an Intel P3 733EB processor and a 40GB notebook HDD inside, than that horrible engine cleaner known as Ballantine's.


And now, if you excuse me, I have a glass of Hudson Manhattan Rye waiting for me.


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