This treasure - one of a kind, first one ever, a monument to liberty like none other - needs no real explanation. But reflect on this: thanks to the state, there was a time in American history when this great glass could not be legally filled with anything but water or tea.
Today, it is different. Use your liberty to drink wisely, and publicly, and make a statement about the ideas of liberty at the same time.
The great man who dedicated his life to liberty's defense, Murray N. Rothbard, is memorialized on this beautiful glass.
20oz , clear glass beer mug, with a heavy base. "Enemy of the State"
Of course, I had to put aside my immediate first impression of this glass (5 stars!) and make sure that it really stood the test. After some very tasty IPA I am happy to report that it has moved up to the pinnacle of my collection, it is one of the first I reach for. This is a glass made to be put to use! Like Rothbard's books and ideas it is not meant to leave languishing somewhere dusty.
This is an awesome-looking drinkware: thick glass, solid base.
Here's another one who would love the same design on a coffee mug. :P
This glass is awesome. It's heavy. It's solid. It's got the major cool factor.
I'm looking to add the others as a collection eventually.
I just received my first two glasses yesterday, and my are they nice!
These are very heavy glasses, so I'm rescinding my marginal value comment above. Between the quality and the ongoing central bankster currency destruction, $10 is a bargain. A steal, I tell you.
It would be nice to know though, what is the optimum quantity to order to minimize shipping charges? Or should I just combine it with another book or three?
I'd love to see this made into a coffee mug as well; in fact I would by one for everyone in my office.
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