From Welcome to Milwaukee: 35th Anniversary Opening Remarks by John Zutz:
I'd like to welcome you to the 35th anniversary of Vietnam Veterans Against the War.
I want to apologize for any difficulties or delays getting through security here at the Tasting Room. I know the metal detectors are a hassle. And the bomb sniffer broke down briefly. It's been repaired now, and we will be checking you on your way out.
I want to take a moment to give a special apology to those of you who were strip-searched. I want to assure you that it was totally random that you were all women. It had absolutely nothing to do with profile ... profiling.
It's my job today to welcome you all to Milwaukee. We are happy and proud to have all of you here. For those of you from out of town I'd like to give you a little background.
Milwaukee is still a small town. In fact, "important" Milwaukeeans tend to have somewhat of an inferiority complex about that fact. Avis recently began using their old commercial about second place trying harder. Well 24th place tries even harder... Read More