New Brunswick Loses Some Scotch

Sobering news for N.B. scotch connoisseurs:

Johnnie Walker, Bell’s Extra Special and J & B Rare, along with eight single malt scotches, are being pulled off of New Brunswick liquor store shelves as the distributor is looking to take the products elsewhere.
The single malt bottles that are on their way out of New Brunswick include Glenkinchie, Dalwhinnie, Talisker, Cragganmore, Oban, Lagavulin, Brora and Clynelish.

Lagavulin?! Talisker?! I’m going to have to buy those in Nova Scotia now, unless they’re affected, too. I’ll have to stock up.

By the way, this is the topic the local CBC producer contacted me about – they wanted my opinion of this news. I was disappointed, too, that they only wanted a sound-bite.

Should I buy a kneeling chair?

KNEELING CHAIRI think I might buy a kneeling chair today. They’re on sale at a local store. I tried one out in the store. It looked silly, but it was comfortable and my back didn’t ache. I have terrible posture. The kneeling chair forces me to sit up straight.

Anybody ever use one of these chairs?