October 10, 2006

Beer in the Parliament

Members of the parliament in Mongolia are officially discussing about what most people discuss over, yes BEER. Actually, it is not beer they are debating, though I would like to think of it that way. The issue at hand is the name of 'Genghis Khan', which is used by atleast ten different companies, even some making beer and vodka. The lawmakers feel that if somebody started making toilet papers using with Genghis Khan written on them, there would be nothing to stop them.

I might enjoy having 'Genghis Khan Beer', but swiping my ass with a paper saying Gengis Khan doesn't really sound that interesting. Still, Good work I must say. Atleast the fellow countrymen of the legendry warrior worry about better things than changing the names of cities.