Mighty Quinn: Mar 14

Things we won’t find in Ireland on St. Patrick’s Day (www.irishcentral.com):

Killian’s Irish Red: Don’t be fooled into meditative this ale is alien from Ireland. The drink is brewed exclusively in America (Colorado).

“St Patty’s Day”: Don’t make this common American mistake and call a holiday “St. Patty’s Day.” In Ireland, “Patty” is brief for Patricia, not Patrick. Pádraig is a loyal Irish spelling of Patrick, and a scold approach to digest it is “Paddy.”

Lucky Charms: Despite a pixie mascot, we won’t find this “magically delicious” cereal, on any Irish breakfast table. Lucky Charms is done by Minneapolis-based food hulk General Mills.

Green Beer: You won’t find immature drink in Ireland. Says one Irish ex-pat vital in a U.S, “I consider if we painted drink immature in Ireland, they’d punch you.”

Mighty was watchful on Liberty (-4 1/2) on Monday and likes Indiana U. on Tuesday. The necessity is 690 sirignanos.

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