[S5E9] I Am The Liquor
In reality, Lionel is speaking with the doctors at the Hospital and demands to speak to the doctor in charge in order to push a risky surgery. In Metropolis, Clark meets Chloe at the Planet, and she explains that her Teamsters went on strike, and the thousands of presents they collected for Toys for Tots will be undelivered unless he helps her out. Clark agrees to help her distribute the toys. While zipping through the city, he sees a man dressed in a Santa Claus costume about to jump off a building with a liquor bottle in his hand. He says he was going to jump because the Christmas spirit is dead. Clark objects and tells him about how he gave up his first Christmas with Lana to help Chloe deliver toys. When Santa falls off, Clark saves him and sends him on his way.
[S5E9] I Am the Liquor
To add tequila to the fire, the other times the premium liquor appeared on Better Call Saul, death also loomed. On season 3, Jimmy buys Zafiro Anejo to celebrate a win against a fraudulent nursing home. But when Jimmy invites Kim to drinks, she chooses to meet with a new client first, and on her way, gets into a near-death crash. On season 4, the two eventually get around to sharing a bottle, yet it's not for celebratory shots. They're drinking to remember Jimmy's older brother Chuck after he dies by suicide.
One of the early musical references to inhalant use occurs in the 1974 Elton John song "The Bitch Is Back", in the line "I get high in the evening sniffing pots of glue." Inhalant use, especially glue-sniffing, is widely associated with the late-1970s punk youth subculture in the UK and North America. Raymond Cochrane and Douglas Carroll claim that when glue sniffing became widespread in the late 1970s, it was "adopted by punks because public [negative] perceptions of sniffing fitted in with their self-image" as rebels against societal values. While punks at first used inhalants "experimentally and as a cheap high, adult disgust and hostility [to the practice] encouraged punks to use glue sniffing as a way of shocking society." As well, using inhalants was a way of expressing their anti-corporatist DIY (do it yourself) credo; by using inexpensive household products as inhalants, punks did not have to purchase industrially manufactured liquor or beer.
Back at Lalo's compound, Lalo overpowers the scalded assassin, who is the sole surviving member of his team. Lalo forces the assassin to call his bosses and tell them that the mission was successful. He turns his head towards the liquor glasses at the fire pit, which are undisturbed; he realizes that Nacho has betrayed him. After finding the lifeless body of Yolanda, Lalo storms off into the night as thunder is heard in the distance.
Hello, everybody, and welcome to the makers of Minnesota podcast where we talk to cool people doing cool things. And my next guest did a really cool thing his him and his family and his team. Were able to change some of the liquor laws in the state of Minnesota so that we can experience a craft brewing Renaissance, really like very few other states have, I think Welcome to the program Omar and sorry, the owner and founder of surly brewing. 041b061a72