Re: Sorority Parties


This makes no sense. If sororities could serve alcohol, the women could rape each other, and turn a profit by selling the livestream.

Posted by: ogged | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 11:35 AM
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Between that comment and the "Over here, secret service man!" post earlier I think Ogged is on a bender today.

Posted by: SP | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 12:13 PM
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Insurance is cheaper as a dry house even if you're co-ed. I'm not sure if a dry fraternity would actually be able to get dry rates - I assume nobody would believe them.

Posted by: Nathan Williams | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 12:44 PM
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3: Even if they used Chinese letters instead of Greek?

Posted by: peep | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 2:03 PM
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A friend of mine once crapped on a passed out guy's chest at his frat house. This is my measure of fraternity and sorority hijinks.

Posted by: togolosh | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 2:39 PM
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3: Why not? It seems like the kind of situation where the insurance company gets to collect your premiums if nothing happens, but gets to walk away in the event of a major claim if the resulting investigation proves that you lied. Sort of like claiming to be a non-smoker on your life insurance when you are actually doing multiple packs a day.

Posted by: Dave W. | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 4:28 PM
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Excuse me. I need to call my insurance agent.

Posted by: Moby Hick | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 4:45 PM
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Not all sororities are dry. One wine critic who used to write for the Wine Spectator back in the 90s got his start in the business buying good but modestly priced wine for a local sorority. They bought a fair bit of wine, and he developed his palate while keeping them supplied.

Posted by: Kaleberg | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 9:30 PM
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I bet he did.

Posted by: Eggplant | Link to this comment | 03-21-16 9:50 PM
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I'm assuming that the only people who would insure a fraternity for any money at all would be former members thereof. There must be a lot of frat bros in insurance.

Posted by: chris y | Link to this comment | 03-22-16 2:32 AM
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Is there a dedicated fraternity policy? Or is it just a generic liability insurance thing?

Posted by: Ginger Yellow | Link to this comment | 03-22-16 5:40 AM
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10 They're the ones who know you can sell the frat an additional bottle-rocket in ass mishap rider.

Posted by: Barry Freed | Link to this comment | 03-22-16 5:51 AM
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