“The use of euphemism in national advertising is giving the hangover
a bad name. ‘Over-indulgence’ it is called. There is a curious nastiness
about over-indulgence. We would not consider over-indulging.
The name is unpleasant, and the word ‘over’ indicates that one
shouldn’t have done it. Our celebration had no such implication.
We did not drink too much. We drank just enough, and we refuse
to profane a good little time of mild inebriety with that
slurring phrase ‘over-indulgence.'”
– John Steinbeck,
Sea of Cortez, p. 198, (1941)
The wizard took this photo of his friend Woody Justice during a private tour
of Mountain Grove Cellars, located at the State Fruit Experiment Station of Missouri State University in Mountain Grove, Missouri.
The Woodster has been gone for 2 years now.