Saturday, February 26, 2000

(GK: Garrison Keillor, SS: Sue Scott, TK: Tom Keith, TR: Tim Russell, RD: Rich Dworsky)

....brought to you by Glenfrancisco, the 18-week-old single-herb Scotch made in California. If you don't care for Scotch, then you've never tried Glenfrancisco.

SS: I never cared for Scotch. I don't know. It was just so moody, it had all those dark overtones of regret and misgivings, and then a friend suggested Glenfrancisco. It's so sunny, and agreeable. It's so empowering. I love it.

It's the friendly free spirit of a Scotch. Eighteen-weeks old, single-herb whisky. From the Pacific coast. (SURF, GULLS) Glenfrancisco.


I'm pickin up Glenfrancisco
I'm pickin up Glenfrancisco
I'm pickin up Glenfrancisco.....ooooooooooooooooooooo.


(c) 2000 by Garrison Keillor

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