The Aftermath.

If you made a mess last night, now’s a pretty good time to clean it up (or thank whoever already did).


From last month’s Argus:

According to Director of Public Safety Dave Meyer, Public Safety (PSafe) is taking a harder stance this year in preventing Tour de Franzia, the annual wine-drinking scavenger hunt. This comes after last year’s Tour sent a record nine students to the emergency room.

WesParty Guy 1; P-Safe zero. But anyone know how last night compares?

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20 thoughts on “The Aftermath.

  1. Miles

    As I said before, brewing a personal batch of beer is a pretty simple procedure, but it is almost just as easy to mess it up as it is creating a perfectly fine beverage. The key is SANITATION! Everything you use must be sanitized just before using it. If not properly sanitized then your beer could become contaminated with bacteria, thus spoiling your beer. Lets face it, after spending about $200 and then putting hours of labor into your brew, you really don’t want to spoil it by making a stupid mistake…don’t pour boiling water into a PLASTIC carboy!

  2. Miles

    The art of brewing beer is nothing to roll your eyes or laugh about. It is as serious as it is fun and takes more than just a thirsty attitude. Beer brewing is not only an art, it is a science that has created an entire culture of advocates, professionals, and Friday night fans. As I delve into the art and science of brewing beer, I am fascinated by the idea of creating and sharing a beverage that I can call my own, all the while being resourceful under my own roof. It is a fun, easy, and relatively cheap process.

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  5. Peesafe

    One psafe was videotaping the final gathering at fountain- I wonder what he’ll do with the footage

    1. On Tape

      There was also a psafe officer videotaping streakers in the butthole. Nudity deterrent or just creepy?

      1. Anonymous

        You’re both kind of right – I’m pretty sure that the window on that door was actually broken TWICE last week.

  6. Anon

    11 people were sent to the ER, but not all for drinking. Some broken/sprained limbs.

    1. anonymous

      is this true? it seemed like so many less people were sick/hurt than last year

      1. anonodrunk

        checked with P-Safe officer. his tally is 3 people for intoxication, one for injuries obtained while shitfaced drunk.

  7. anon

    Pretty sad that people caused damage… can’t we have fun without breaking windows or wrecking things?

    1. Jason Shatz '14

      Yes. Or, at least, could people have to courtesy to CLEAN UP AFTER THEIR OWN MESSES?!

      Before the event, I saw people acting “DTF.” Now, in light of this chaos, I’m thinking, “WTF?”

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