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Keg Week 2013: The Story of TKOE As Told By Gifs of Kittens

Keg Week 2013: The Story of TKOE As Told By Gifs of Kittens

Once upon a time, there was a cat named Tom Migon.  He was an amazing and incredibly intelligent cat.

Tom Migon, instead of choosing a life of fame or fortune, chose to dedicate himself to a life of service.  He opened a charitable organization called The Keg of Evanston.  The Keg of Evanston was meant for cats who wanted to meet each other and have fun.  

To enhance the experience that his customers would have, Migon added some fun things to his bar, like pool tables...

...and big cups...

...and popcorn...

...and, of course, The Keg's trademark. 

Unfortunately, Migon's brilliant business model had some unwanted side effects, like this...

...and this.

Even worse, The Keg of Evanston became so popular that it began attracting some of the wee little kittens!

This news inevitably made it to the pesky ears of Elizabeth Tisdahl, the Mayor of Evanston.  She was not thrilled with the news.

Mayor Tisdahl and Tom Migon squared off in an epic battle to determine the fate of Migon's glorious college bar.

In all his eternal wisdom and righteousness, Migon eventually sacrificed himself, so that the fight against the evil Mayor Tisdahl and the Evanston Liquor Control Review Board would have a martyr and find rejuvenation.

The Keg of Evanston was closed, but the fight is not over.  Despite Tisdahl's best efforts, Northwestern students to this day look to Migon as a beacon of hope, and will continue to protest Tisdahl's tyranny until their dying day.  Mostly by getting brutally shitfaced on weekends and weeknights alike.

[Cue closing credits music]

Keg Week 2013: Evaluating Possible Kegplacements

Keg Week 2013: Evaluating Possible Kegplacements

Qatar: It's very warm, and very beautiful, and you're not allowed to touch anything

Qatar: It's very warm, and very beautiful, and you're not allowed to touch anything