Today is an official KMSA Feast Day, the Feast of St. David of Wales. Seeing how it is fitting that the three Founding Father's were all named David as their mother's pushed them into this strange and wonderful world...The Feast of Saint David is another logical choice to hoist a tankard or two today in honor of all the Knights and Ladies of the Realm!
Saint David of Wales, not to be confused with David of Wells (Believe me, I'm no Saint!), was a Welsh noble man who led the British Isles in combating the pagan influences of the northern invaders (read...kilt wearing, Scotch drinking Celts in the lineage of Fat Bastard) during the 5th century.
Some may bargue that keeping Christianity dominate in the British Isles was not such a good thing. Some may also bargue that the British Isles is currently not Christian enough. Regardless of which side of Hadrian's Wall you come from, you must admit that anyone who can speak the tongues of all the tribes of Britain while the ground rises under his feet is a pretty impressive character.
So, join the David's, or Dayvd's, and raise a pint or two today to the KMSA!
Sir Hook the Secular Saint David of Wells of Warrick