Condolences To Busch Beer And Their 60,000 Pounds Of Lost Soldiers

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Why is it always the good ones that have to die young?

On Wednesday, tragedy struck around 2:40 a.m. on an Okaloosa County, Florida interstate when a semi truck driver failed to maintain his lane, causing the truck he was driving to flip. No, the driver wasn’t hurt or anything, but about 60,000 pounds of Busch beer spilled onto the interstate.

There are pictures of the incident, but I must warn you: They’re graphic.

The inhumanity.

If you’re like me and trying to do the math of it all, take 60,000 pounds of beer divided by the weight of a beer can over the weight of a case times π and you get: a lot of beer.

The payload was presumptively a total loss, roughly all $62.78 worth.

When news first broke of the terrible incident, condolences directed toward Busch beer were pouring in from all parts of the world. The beer brand eventually hopped on Twitter and thanked its supporters for the help.

Gone but never forgotten. RIP in peace, young ones.

Oh, and also: I lost 60,000 pounds of good men in thevaginator’s mother last night, too. Suck it, nerd.

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El Taco

Either a war hero or war criminal depending on how you look at it

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