RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Interviewed immediately after attending an Adventist online evangelistic campaign from his living room, local multitasker Kent Brauser admitted he “had no idea Miller Lites had been so disappointing back in 1844.”
Brauser who boasted he’d successfully paid several bills, demolished a bag of nachos and caught up on the news during the Adventist evangelistic broadcast, said he was grateful for the chance the Adventist programming gave him to “brush up on beer trivia and hear music back from before America was a country.”
The Inland Empire resident said he empathized with the 19th century Americans and others who had to suffer through a time of such terrible recreational beverage options.
Brauser placed the blame squarely on some guy called William Miller, saying he had learned Miller had gotten his wires crossed on an important formula.
“The rest is history,” said Brauser with a sage smile.