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Aaron Palm’s “The Red Dawn”

The Tribune Tribunal is duly impressed by the Red Dawn. It may be ‘red sky in morning, sailor’s take warning’, but this red dawn fills us with nothing but delight. Both of us. Oh, and by the way, we of course added soda. Four and sixty-two one-hundred-and-twenty-sevenths stars out of five.

  • 1 oz Bourbon, to represent my the American inspiration of my campaign
  • 1 oz Canadian Rye, for Canada (the bourbon will overpower the rye, of course)
  • 1/4 oz Red Vermouth – to represent the Leftist elements that are at work to undermine UBC
  • 1 slop Grenadine – Crimson like the blood of the patriots who fell fighting the Red Menace, sweet like Liberty

Shake angrily and garnish with a piece of flaming Knoll (or a twist, whatever) If you’re a homosexual add soda otherwise drink it straight in an iced martini glass.

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