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Yesterday at work I had five separate grievances written up against me by a particular automotive group. Five in one day? Harry Bennett has nothing on me.
After a ruthless day like that, what’s the only thing a person can turn to for comfort? You got it. Beer. As East Cross Brewing continues to grow in popularity and standing, I figured it was the right time to partake in some industrial espionage at my closest rivals. My plan quickly encountered a setback when I was recognized. Figuring I wouldn’t be able to snap any photos with my super-secretive pen camera, I just decided to make some purchases. I tried to get the ingredients for a batch of Frog Island Cream Ale, but because they suspected me of spying, they whipped me up a batch of cream ale that is similar — but not the same as Frog Island Cream Ale. I went back to the East Cross Brewing labs to analyze what I had been given. As it turns out, it was very close to East Cross Brewing’s very own Smeet Frog Cream Ale. Normally Smeet Frog Cream Ale is a winter brew, but I still had some smeet frog extract in the basement. For this batch, I’ve decided to go add more Smeet Frog. I had been getting a lot of email saying that you can never have enough Smeet Frog.
In related news, I saw that my next door neighbor was enjoying the product of my closest rivals over the weekend. Whatever happened to brand loyalty? That’s the last time we let him in on the iPod promotion.
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