Speakeasies were occasionally called a blind pig or blind tiger. In these places, the operator would charge customers to see an animal and then serve a “complimentary” alcoholic beverage, thus circumventing the law. The “blind tiger” also referred to illegal drinking establishment in which the seller’s identity was concealed.

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Panel 1:
[At a DBM staff meeting.]
Leo the Boss: "Now that our sugar operation is running effortlessly, we’ve taken the necessary steps to expand the enterprise."
Vinnie the Mouth: "This phase will focus on selling sugar-based desserts to the public."
Benny the Bookie: "Are we going to sell kettle corn now?!?"

Panel 2:
Leo the Boss: [*SIGH*] "...yes Benny, that means kettle corn."
[Benny gets up and bounces around the room] Benny the Bookie: "WOOHOO!!!"

Panel 3:
Benny the Bookie: [off-screen] "YIPEE!!!"
Leo the Boss: "We’ll be using a back-room of the crow’s laundry-mat locations as speakeasies."
Vinnie the Mouth: "To retain our anonymity, the buyer will use a stocked vending machine. Nobody is seen or heard and it works like a charm."