Changing the World One Letter at a Time

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Dear Templeton Rye

Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

November 24, 2012

Templeton Rye
209 E. 3rd Street
Templeton, IA 51463

Dear Templeton Rye,

I’m a bit snookered right now. Or is it snockered? Snackered? Regardless, I have had too much Templeton Rye! But I thought I should fire off this missive before going to bed or before I get too much drunker. I’m turning neurons to morons!

I’ve been looking for your rye for years now! Years I tell you! Every time I go into the store and ask, “Do you have any Templeton Rye?” I am told to come back on a Tuesday! Who shops for booze on a Tuesday? I say buy it on a Friday and buy enough to get through the week. Plan ahead, man! Even when I came in on Tuesday though (I often do not plan ahead) there is no Templeton Rye. “We didn’t get any this week,” I’d be told. Two years! I finally got some and I am drinking it and it is very pleasant. My only suggestion is for you to make more. A man (or woman) should be able to buy your rye seven days a week (not just Tuesdays).

Also, if you made more it would be cheaper and I could afford to drink it more often! Basic supply and demand. Basic supply and demand. See, I’m not too dumb yet!

Sincerely,

Christopher L. Jorgensen

p.s. I am looking forward to visiting your distillery. Don’t worry, I won’t tell the feds!





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