Link of the Day: Without Liberty, You Can’t Even Cork Your Damn Wine Bottle

Posted on November 5, 2012 6:00 pm

[High Praise! to American Digest and Wineanorak]

How cork is made: An illustrated guide to the cork production process

In order to work, capitalism only requires that idiots who don’t comprehend what you’re trying to accomplish simply stay the hell out of your way.

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10 Responses to “Link of the Day: Without Liberty, You Can’t Even Cork Your Damn Wine Bottle”

  1. Writer says:

    BUT, Obamanation can teach you to whine…

  2. Crabby Old Bat says:

    That cork right there? You didn’t make that. Someone else made caused that to happen.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Harvey, sailors can’t cork their own wine bottle while ON LIBERTY.

  4. Iowa Jim says:

    That link was quite a corker!!

  5. CTCompromise says:

    One of my ancestors was from Cork..I’m pretty sure she was the hand punched, top quality sort.

  6. 5of7 says:

    It took a real genius to look at a piece of bark like that and say, “You know? I think you could use something like this to plug the neck of a wine bottle!”

  7. Professor Hale says:

    The modern wine industry used plastic corks. They are superior to the natural ones and factories can produce as many as you like for pennies.

  8. Harvey says:

    @7 – True, although there’s a certain aesthetic pleasantness about natural corks. Plus their use and continued popularity indicates that civilization is still strong enough to support a luxury industry.

  9. Professor Hale says:

    I know what you mean. But there is no USB port on my Brother typwriter.

  10. Harvey says:

    @9 – Luddite! You need to spend the money and get a new Apple iYpewriter.

    Careful, though, it’s made out of glass and will shatter if you hit the keys too hard.

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