Beverage architecture

Laurence Horn laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Tue Jan 25 16:03:26 UTC 2005

At 7:52 AM -0800 1/25/05, FRITZ JUENGLING wrote:
>Never heard that.
>Fritz J
>>>>  neil at TYPOG.CO.UK 01/25/05 01:36AM >>>
>As a Limey I'd get you a drink, make you a drink or fix you a drink (the
>latter if I used more than one component).
>Just when did Americans begin to build drinks? Not only build them, but also
>repair/rebuild them!

very odd.  in the old days, refreshing them was enough.  Well, this
way it does sound as though we're burning more calories when we do
it--"The snow was too deep to go out to exercise, but I worked out
rebuilding my drinks."


>'She sipped at the repaired drink with pleasure...'
>'His own drink was almost gone so he rebuilt it.'
>-Marty Machlia, 'Electric Swap', Greenleaf Classics, San Diego, 1970, 130

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