What kind of empty bottle would a drunken slob leave in one of Walnut Creek’s gutters?

Not a 40-ounce bottle of King Cobra malt liquor.
No, a Walnut Creek drunkard might display a bit more class.  At least on the surface, showing a willingness to spend quite a bit more money at Safeway (or CVS or Beverages and More) for his poison of choice.
Anyway, some slob left this empty bottle of Grey Goose French-made vodka in the gutter outside my bank’s ATM on North Main Street. This slob–and maybe some of his or her buddies–look like they had a good New Year’s Eve, or Saturday night, ringing in 2010 in style.  I wonder if this slob was wearing a D&G lambskin leather jacket and had a fresh metrosexual mani/pedi job from one of our local spas.

I wonder if this slob is carrying a bit too much debt on his platinum Visa. All that spending at our downtown watering holes and on high-priced vodka.

Oh well! Ring a ding ding! Happy 2010.

6 thoughts on “What kind of empty bottle would a drunken slob leave in one of Walnut Creek’s gutters?

  1. Just as bad as the urine smell in the Plaza Escuela and Broadway Pointe stairwells. There is just no excuse for this type of behavior. Lots of urine smell in front of Crogan's and, oddly enough, Barnes & Noble. Can we bring in some portapotties for the clubbers?

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  2. Is this your cry for help? I remember the picture of you before the vodka and the gutter. Now you appear bent over from throwing up. What the hell happened to you? You were once so beautiful.

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