Blotch Wins; Judge Rules In Favor Of Rahr
Blotch‘s mighty influence is evident in the revised press release just sent out by Tarrant County.
Blotch bitched this morning after Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley and his Wisconsin counterpart bet a case of beer on the Rose Bowl game between the TCU Horned Frogs and the Wisconsin Badgers. Whitley said he would send a case of “Texas-made Shiner Bock” in the tiny chance that the Frogs were beaten.
Blotch argued that he should have promised a case of tasty beer from local brewery Rahr & Sons instead of sending some swill from far-off Shiner that tastes like hog sweat.
Lo and behold, a few hours later the press release was re-released with the following change: Whitley “had intended to send a case of Texas-made Shiner Bock but decided instead to send a case of award-winning Fort Worth brewed beer made by Rahr & Sons.”
Whitley added that Rahr & Sons founder, Fritz Rahr, is a TCU alum.
“We might just send them a case of Cowtown’s finest, win or lose,” Whitley said.
Blotch commends the swift leadership and decision-making of its county judge — and takes a self-congratulatory bow for sparking the debate that prompted the switch to Rahr.