Wednesday, May 2, 2012

30 Days of Shakespeare - Day 28

A good wit will make use of anything; - Henry IV, Part 2, Act I, Scene II

My Take - When you're working on a problem, take whatever tool and skill you have to find a solution.  Use any toehold, crack, or soft spot in the puzzle to find a way to crack it open.  The solution is usually there, waiting for you to find a method to coax it out.


bluesun said...

I was thinking of a Belgian Wit Beer, that they throw in any kind of spice, fruit peel, stale hops, and malt that they have laying around...

DaddyBear said...

True, humans seem to have unlimited ingenuity when it comes to making intoxicants.

"What do we have, desert succulent plants? Screw it, get the juice out and ferment it. We'll figure out what to do with it once it's good and alcoholic. If the wine sucks, we'll distill it and convince college guys that they're real men if they can take a shot without putting their fists through a wall. We'll convince the women that drinking distilled fermented cactus juice will make them more fun and desirable."

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