There is clearly enough space as proven by my drawing above.
2) Bowl games. College bowl games: there are like 30 of them. They get some trophy. But... who's the best? All 30? Basketball got it right with March Madness. It's time football did one too. I might actually watch!
Where the worst selling and nastiest tasting alcoholic beverages are sold for half price to a bunch of alcoholics too drunk to notice.
Happy hour. It's one of those things that is immediately interpreted as an alcoholic's activity. However, one could see it as the celebration of another hard day's work. 10 hours of hard work can be reflected upon with good company and good (well, decent) drinks.
The upside to happy hour: staying late at the office is not a detriment to your ego nor is it a reason to consider quitting. Instead, it's a chance to people "meet up".
The downside to happy hour: staying out late. Come home and it's time to go to bed.
The upside to happy hour: alcoholic drinks.
The downside to happy hour: alcoholic drinks.
The upside to happy hour: entertaining conversations with a bunch of people, some of whom you know and some you do not.
The downside to happy hour: conversation about work.
The upside to happy hour: being social.
The downside to happy hour: having to escape work to be social.
All in all, happy hour is that guilty pleasure. It's a time to boast that you spend way too much time at work in both positive and negative terms. It's a reward for putting in the hours that you do. It's an excuse to get a little more drinking in. It's the reason some bars are still able to operate.
Most important, it's awesome.
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