Would you launch an ICBM horizontally?
Sure. Why would you want to?
- The Hunt for Red October
The Hawthorne style strainer has remained virtually unchanged since its invention nearly 125 years ago. Today, a cheap model — one which functions admirably well — will set you back little more than $4. Add to that a standard jigger set for $8.50 and a Boston shaker tin for another $5.50, and for $18 you have all of the tools the ReJigger is trying to replace. It costs $15, which, in short means that it solves $3.00 worth of problems. But, when I look at the tools the ReJigger is trying to replace — of which , the Hawthorne is certainly the youngest — I don’t see a problem. I see extremely inexpensive, functional and durable devices which have stood the test of time. Read More…