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The Kennedys, before establishing Camelot, founded their fortune on bathtub gin, and their political ambition was fueled in part by Joseph Sr.
The second reveals Waits' sublime affinity for the maudlin in such tracks as ``Little Drop of Poison,'' in which he coaxes a lot of emotion out of a voice thick as road tar spiked with bathtub gin.
The Roaring Twenties or the Jazz Age, an age of economic prosperity, flappers, the Charleston, and bathtub gin, a time in which F.
Frankensteins, the eminent scientists in Loomis's castle would stay up all night boiling frogs with high-frequency beams, transplanting beating turtle hearts into petri dishes, poisoning themselves with experimental bathtub gin, and furgling one another's wives.
However, more than black musicians, writers, and bathtub gin were in vogue then.
Corcoran); "Flappers, Bathtub Gin, and Gangsters: The Nature and Purpose of Character Education in Two Curriculum Models" (K.
No sooner does designer John Galliano put a Twenties-inspired boudoir look on the fashion catwalks, than bathtub gin makes a comeback - ousting vodka as the drink for 1998.
A generation lost wound up in a Paris salon at 27 rue de fleurus de fleurus de fleurus; a noble experiment foundered as bathtub gin flowed like the water it replaced; Al Capone was not to be crossed, at least not on St.
Some people made their own, called bathtub gin or homebrew, but others depended on liquor smuggled over the Canadian border.
Imagine the roaring twenties, bathtub gin and razzle-dazzle musicals, and you will get some idea of the Postal Service's later years under Bolger.
He never had any bathtub gin either; he didn't even have a bathtub.
Set in the era of bathtub gin, bootleggers and speakeasies, PROHIBITION tells the true story of the rise, rule and fall of the 18th Amendment to the U.