I know I'm just nitpicking, but ... don't you mean that you will not kill your sorrows by drinking alcohol? And, incidentally, I believe that you "down a bottle of beer," not drown it. I agree that there can be latitude for interpretation without ruining a puzzle, but when a word or phrase is used carelessly or inaccurately it can make the experience less enjoyable and open to unnecessary disagreement.
However, I will not drown my sorrows worrying about it. I´d rather drown a good bottle of beer.
Edited by Duh Puck, 17 March 2008 - 04:59 AM.