Die Koelner Bierhalle: Bill Roundy's cartoon review

Bartoonist checks out a German beerhall in Park Slope.

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John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
I'm not sure if this is part of the same cartoon I was reading earlier but I am confused. Did that heavy orange cat ever get to eat that lasagna or not?
Sept. 14, 2012, 11:24 am
President James Garfield from Washington D.C. says:
Presidents don't do Mondays.
Sept. 14, 2012, 11:44 am
John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
Me oh my! It seems I've an impersonator. I'm sorry but disagree with those kinds of conduct. But, if you don't mind me saying so, I am a little bit confused: why would one want to have a brand new bar with walls, but no roof? I do enjoy German beer, so I do plan on going before it gets too cold (I assume the heaters are also purely decorative as well) . The food portions look large, so I’d better bring my appetite!!!
Sept. 14, 2012, 11:46 am

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