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Bartender Glass 149 – The Invisible Flavor (Part 2)

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This chapter and the last are both 26 pages long (used to be 24).  Looks like they may have permanently increased page count at this point.

Links:

MediaFire

Drinks of the Day:

Kaikan Fizz (Morning Fizz)

  • 45 ml Gin
  • 30 ml Milk
  • 15 ml Lemon Juice
  • 1 tsp Syrup
  • Soda Water

Thoughts (Spoiler Alert):

This is one of those rare occasions where Sasakura failed.  He was able to convey the message like he was asked, but he also wasn’t able to do it perfectly.  It was kind of surprising, since it didn’t seem like a situation where Sasakura would screw up, but I still liked it.  Sasakura has been on a roll for too long now; it was about time that he was humbled.

I don’t know if I agree with the message here though.  I do think there’s always value in finding out the truth, even if you might not like what you find out.  I’m not saying a white lie isn’t good, but Kuzuhara made it sound like we should always let bygones be bygones.  And this came right after he said a bar is where people can face their true self.  How can you face the truth if you don’t know what it is?   I just felt that this chapter had some mixed messages.

And a warning, the upcoming chapters will also become more and more confusing.  Hopefully I can translate them correctly, but no guarantees.

Categories: Bartender
  1. rennov
    January 7, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    Hmm… hmm… this chapter has this interestingly deep message for everyone. So, I guess I will also share my worth of 2 cents. Just like mr. shrimp said, there’s a value in finding truth, no matter how bad the truth is. N facing the truth earnestly, is what makes people stronger.

    But, I also argue that there’s a value of not finding truth. The value when we let bygone be bygone. I guess we all know that in adult world truth and lies mixed together. The ability to focus what’s ahead and what’s the goal, need us to discreetly overlook something that can make us distracted n ruin the whole scheme.

    Knowing and accepting truth is sure hard enough. But, deciding which truth is worth to pursue, n which lies is worth to expose, needs wisdom that can’t be learned from a text-book.

    All in all, really thanks for the chapter! ;9

  2. January 7, 2017 at 4:59 pm

    Thank you!

  3. January 8, 2017 at 1:13 am

    thanks bro

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