F.Y.I. It looks like there is a new blog on the block titled In Pursuit of the Good Drink (the URL is simpler: thegooddrink.wordpress.com) and purports to be “One man’s journey of thinking while drinking.”
Curiously, the writer signs off only as “M.”
“Is this some sort of code?” perhaps I asked myself, eager to crack it. Apparently not. Towards the bottom of the “About” page the writer is straightforward in explaining the relative anonymity that s/he wishes to keep:
2. Why “M.”?
This blog is about paying attention. The single initial “M.” represents my name and the fact that this is a story told by an actual person (not, for example, by a business conglomerate). I want to stick to these essentials because often personality can distract from what you’re trying to pay attention to . In this case: what makes the good drink good and the adventure of the road in pursuit of it.
 This isn’t really the place but we ought to, some other time, argue the relative merits of T.S. Eliot’s theory of impersonality in relation to the good drink.
Though a bit odd, In Pursuit of the Good Drink did choose great subject matter and looks like it might even be somewhat readable and interested in storytelling. We’ll just have to wait to see what “M.” discovers on the road.