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Czech Cheers

The Czech Public Health Ministry was in a panic, scientists could not tell them what was going on, perhaps the atmosphere, perhaps acid rain, perhaps colorants and preservatives in the food chain, but statistics showed the country was stricken by a public health problem of epidemic proportions. Kidney disease on the rise and having been for some years, reaching double and even tripple the levels of neighboring Germany and Poland.

But in an ostensibly unrelated story the Czech Republic was also very proud of its national beers, promoting brands like Urquell and (real) Budweiser as the healthiest Pilsner libations anyone could export, brewed with help from pure Bohemian source water and centuries old hop growing techniques, by law forbidding additives of any sort, assuring timeless quality etc.

In fact, a previous Czech Public Health Minister in his zeal and rather demonstratively at one point announcing that people with kidney problems and on doctors orders could get up to 1 liter a day and cure themselves by drinking the stuff on their State Medical Insurance card, proving his point about the excellence of Czech beer conclusively and proudly, he thought.

Well, needless to say after word leaked out that they could drink on the Government, every rummy in town and countless other winos bribed their physician into writing out a prescription for kidney related problems, including the urgent administration of the aforementioned medicine, and up to the full 1 liter daily, of course.

It is obvious then that the clever Czechs have no Republican Party to spoil the fun, and that statistics are as useless as tits on a bull, or that scientists forever look in the wrong direction for whatever it is that ails the planet and the populace.

But Heavens, please keep them all stupid, so that even lowlifes have a life, poor sods!

O New Guinea!

And talking about taking a big, I mean a BIG, chance!

Papuan Roulette is getting a blowjob from a cannibal (girl).

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