Quote of the Day - Our chief justices have probably had more profound and lasting influence on their times and on the direction of the nation than most presidents.
Other than the name of our current Supreme Court Chief Justice, the Encyclopaedia of Phrases and Orgins defines it as: "A large jug. In 1886, Sunday closing of public-houses (read: pubs) came into effect in Wales, mainly through the efforts of Mr. John Roberst, M.P. So, and outsized tankard evolved with, it was claimed, would hold sufficient beer to carry thirsty customers over from Saturday night until Monday morning."
Just goes to show you, there's almost always a work-around.