The show you are about to see contains some material which Texas, as of September 1st, considers unsuitable for consumption by those under 21 years of age. The new drinking age has even affected the MOB. Those younger than 21 can no longer play Louie, Louie, but they can still listen and enjoy the new Louie, Louie Lite.
Very small MOB plays Louie, Louie on field, to be joined by brass from sideline.
New sources for alcohol will have to be discovered. One of them will be our neighbor to the south, Mexico. A place where everyone drinks beer and tequila, because it's the only safe thing to drink. The visitors who don't are soon forced to learn the Aztec Twostep.
Mexican Hat Dance-type routine
Have you ever tried to score without alcohol? Even with a drill team it can be difficult. These performers are famous for their desire to have a good time after the countless hours of exercise and practice needed to attain physical perfection. And now, the MOB proudly presents – the Completely Alcohol-Free Show Girls: the South Main Udders!
A strange drill-team routine.
fleur de lis
The lack of alcohol in Texas will drive many people to drink... they'll drive all the way to Louisiana. The home of Bourbon Street, the state has long attracted alcohol enthusiasts.
Louisiana is SO proud of its low drinking age...
"How proud is it?!"
So proud, they now call themselves "The State of Intoxication."
Sing, Sing, Sing
It's sobering to think that at 18 you can be tapped for the draft, but you can't have draught from the tap. Here at Rice, the change in the drinking age brings additional meaning to the term coherent minor. TGs will all be dry, and the bartenders in Willy's Pub will sing along with the Maytag repairman about loneliness...
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