Marnie views their weekend employer as a potential psycho, urging Jerry to push for a higher fee.
In a short piece accompanied by lots of photos, Von Rocket calls himself the "resident boozehound
" and says that he would have written more stories, but he was just too busy drinking.
"Well, you know, he's an old Irish Catholic boozehound
, and he tends to get caught up in his own game sometimes, but Tim's a very skillful game player, and he knows what he's doing?"
While he's perhaps too healthily handsome to be an entrenched boozehound
, the actor effectively communicates Lawson's fragile balance between numbed resignation and galvanizing self-disgust.
Early bartenders were not just boozehounds
; they were gearheads.
The idea that those people visiting a racecourse can be divided neatly into two groups, racing cognoscenti studying the runners in the paddock and hardened boozehounds
getting hammered in the bars -- with no intersection between the pair -- is nonsense.
Speaking of the dark arts, the MoonGoddess--found in the "Boozehounds
" section--is a delightfully tasty witch's brew of blended Green Chartreuse, lime and gin.
Buses wouldn't stop--they were either too full, or the drivers were wary of picking up dozens of boozehounds
. DiPino came up with a solution: Find two or three buses, staff them with police officers and give the drunks a ride home.
Hundreds of beard-clad boozehounds
took part in SantaCon's annual pub crawl to raise cash for charity.
Sinatra's heartbreaking "Willow Weep for Me" no more redeems right-wing, skirt-chasing boozehounds
as a group than the Cantos redeem right-wing, paranoiac racists (redundant, that).