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    A S S
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    hole
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    Abyss
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    Beethoven

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    Dog

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    In 1882 Jumbo, the London Zoo’s great African Elephant, was the centre of an extraordinary outburst of controversy and sentiment. The Zoo was at a peak of popularity and Jumbo was the star attraction, the greatest treat for a child was a ride on his back.

    But in the privacy of the Elephant House, the amiable Jumbo became intractable and tested the courage of his keepers. Fearing some accident, the Zoological Society sold the biggest creature in captivity to Barnum for his circus in America.

    Barnum ballyhoo was given full rein as Jumbo toured the US and Canada, the public being advised to see him before he got too big to go through the tunnels on the route of the circus train.

    In 1885 Jumbo was killed and the train that collided with him was derailed.
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    dirty job

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    King Kong

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    Long Island Ducks

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    Long Island Ice Tea






    Long Island Iced Tea

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    Wikibooks Bartending has more about this subject: Long Island Iced Tea


    A Long Island Iced Tea is a cocktail made with, among other ingredients, vodka, gin, and rum. A popular variation mixes equal parts vodka, gin, rum, tequila and triple sec with 1 1/2 parts sour mix with a splash of Coca-Cola, Pepsi, or a similar soda. Close variants often replace the sour mix with sweet and sour mix or with lemon juice, and the cola with actual iced tea.

    Some claim that the drink, like most cocktails, was invented during the Prohibition era, as a way of taking the appearance of a non-alcoholic drink (iced tea). The drink also shares a similar taste to tea. This has led to its frequent use in fiction as a method to get a teetotaler drunk.

    However, stronger evidence suggests that the Long Island Iced Tea was in fact invented in the 1970s by Robert "Rosebud" ****, a bartender at the Oak Beach Inn (OBI) nightclub in Oak Beach.

    The drink has a much higher alcohol concentration (~28%) than most cocktails because of the small amount of mixer. Because of strict liquor laws in Utah, the cocktail must be served in five shot glasses with the soda, sour and ice in a separate glass, or a single glass with a single shot of alcohol with the 'flavors' of the other liquors.

    This American cocktail is however altered in other countries, due to the minimal use of sour mix. Long Island Iced Tea served outside the States are often made of liquors and cola alone(without sour mix).

    Variations of this drink include:
    • Adios Motherf**ker
    • Alaskan Iced Tea
    • Baptist Redemption - a Long Island Iced Tea without Coke.
    • Beverly Hills Iced Tea - made with Champagne instead of Coke.
    • California Iced Tea - made with Lemonade and Blue Curacao instead of Coke.
    • Electric Iced Tea
    • Long Beach Iced Tea - made with Cranberry Juice instead of sours mix, without Coke.

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