Back in 1933, when no one could drink, Congress knew how to get shit done fast. In less than a year, they managed to pass (and the states to ratify) the 21st Amendment, repealing Prohibition on December 5, 1933. And it is with that in mind that we are already raising our be-Irished coffee mugs at Wonkette to toast Repeal Day, a probably totally made-up holiday (like Valentine's Day, only with more alcohol and less crying). Start emailing your Congress members now asking for it to be made a National Holiday because it's not like they have any legislative work they're actually going to do and they're running out of Post Offices to name. Hurry, before you get too drunk to type!