I just want to take the time to issue a heartfelt congratulations to James LaRosa for successfully creating a drinking game that even Alcoholics Anonymous would endorse. In fact, I bet you they'll play this game at their next meeting.
I'm calling dibs on their leftovers. What do I need the leftovers for? Well for the awesome Forty Deuce endorsed drinking game we're all going to make up.
So I posit you this hypothetical:
You're a tennis blogger. You are currently unemployed and thus have all the time in the world to cover Roland Garros to the max. This of course means that you actually have no excuse and will actually have to watch almost every minute of coverage. Given the current shambolic state of tennis this could be a special kind of dirt covered hell. You want -- nay, *need* -- to get drunk as quickly as possible every single fucking day. But you don't want to just drink willy-nilly. I mean, getting voluntarily shit-canned by 7am PST every day is pretty much a one way ticket to an intervention. That's just flat out alcoholism, people.
But. BUT. What if you didn't have a choice? What if you were playing a drinking game? It's a game! You didn't *want* to drink but the rules of the game command you to drink. And you were raised to obey rules. Mama didn't raise no anarchist.
So, suggest your rules in the comments. I'll compile and post the official FD RG10 Drinking Game rules before play begins.
Oh, also, if train A leaves Chicago traveling 100 mph and train B leaves New York traveling 150 mph, and the distance between the two cities is 600 miles, how far from New York will it be when the two trains meet?