Issue 56: All of our yesterdays
Based on the dark color of Ireland, and the light color of the mid east, I'm going to say Beer.
Ahem, sorry,What is Beer, Alex?
What is beef?
What is using fossil fuels?
All wrong! Will is closest, however.
The big question is what do Uganda and most of Europe, especially Ireland and The Czech Republic have in common? I have no idea. I know lake Victoria is big in freshwater fish exports to Europe... fish'n chips?
Ireland and the Czech republic (and Uganda, surprisingly) have this in common. As I said before, you were closest Will.
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Sorry, what's the answer?
Time has not run out yet.
Hint: think larger. While some would disagree, there is more to life than beer.
I have to admit, I'm stumped.
Booze in general:http://earthtrends.wri.org/updates/node/302Apparently, Uganda tops it, consuming on average about a 1.2 bottles of whiskey per week per person. Sheesh.
Woot Will!We have a winner?I think the Ugandans took that Last King of Scotland to heart. Note that Scandinavia, despite its reputation, consumes much less alcohol than other European countries.
A friend of mine spent a few years in the Czech Republic where he noted that they have a much more liberal definition for alcoholism: Piss drunk but still standing means you don't have a problem.