Free as in Beer

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Free as in Beer


This expression is used to clarify that the word "free" is being used in the sense of freedom, as in the great sense of freedom that you feel when you get really drunk by drinking a lot of beer.

The antithesis to this is "free as in speech", which refers to the fact that you generally don't have to pay any money to listen to a speech. (Hell, most speeches I wouldn't listen to if you paid me.)

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