The better way is to get those bottles with the twist off caps.This post in the public interest has nothing to do with strategic philanthropy, but may be of interest to grant-seekers and other losers. In tough times we must all do more with less.
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Well, you've got to give the French their props for knowing what to do with wine and wine bottles.
I'm willing to bet the technique demonstrated has been perfected over a period of very many years.
Posted by: Jon Husband | November 05, 2009 at 11:33 PM
No doubt Frenchmen have been practicing this technique longer that the 'Bird has been bottled. There is a Continental aesthetic, though the language doesn't sound like French. A happy drunk in a timeless 'berg, I'm sure his countrymen would be glad to claim him. A wise man of the streets, a regular Diogenes.
Posted by: twitter.com/ddenizen | November 06, 2009 at 04:35 AM
Ah, that's nothin'. Frank Luntz, using only 'the right words', can persuade a corked bottle to decant itself.
Posted by: jr | November 06, 2009 at 04:44 AM
An event too refined for a YT video. Some rituals are only meant for the inner circle.
Posted by: twitter.com/ddenizen | November 06, 2009 at 08:39 AM
though the language doesn't sound like French
It is French.
Posted by: Jon Husband | November 07, 2009 at 07:11 PM