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11.09.2010

Taxidermied Deer Don't Drink Wine

And that makes me angry...

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The sad thing was, the deer won the bar fight.

This is the current feature called "What People Drink" in the latest issue of Mutineer Magazine, a very interesting outlet for the true cutting edge of drinking culture. The editor, Alan Kropf was a fellow judge at the Lake County People's Choice wine awards, and one afternoon he pulled me aside for an interview and a photo shoot.

Here's a PDF of the spread. Go out and buy this month's issue if you can and check it out. It's a very interesting read.

Comments (4)

1WineDude wrote:
11.10.10 at 7:14 AM

I'm having flashbacks of that famous "When Animals Attack" deer scene when it attacks the hunter... :)

11.10.10 at 8:15 AM

This is really cool and fun. Awesome photo and great representation - you look like a character from Quentin Tarantino.

Lisa Mattson wrote:
11.11.10 at 5:05 AM

Thanks for posting this. Nov/Dec is a great issue and your "What People Drink" interview was one of the best thus far. Mutineer's knack for photography makes the magazine that much more fun to read.

Jenny wrote:
11.15.10 at 5:15 AM

Yes thanks for posting as it looks like a great magazine to read.

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