October 31, 2018
And now, for today's feel-good story -- maybe...
More than 6,000 soldiers were in Reykjavik for four days participating in the
Trident Juncture 18 - a NATO-led military exercise. After their drills, the
troops reportedly visited the city's downtown bars, where they finished
off the entire beer supply.
Bar owners reportedly said they have never experienced a
situation similar to this before.
The soldiers first came in to the port on Wednesday night and left
Sunday, but managed to drink the entire time they were visiting, Visir
Now (Dana comments), if you ask me, this doesn't so much speak to
Icelanders' beer drinking habits as it (probably) speaks to the fact that
Icelanders tend to drink more of the "hard stuff." I have not the time now to
verify this, but folks in cold countries can boast of many great spirits with
which to ward off the cold. And frankly, drinking beer just means you have to
pee more often.
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