Originally Posted by romafan
Also (JFK-haters pls ignore), the footage of the innocent and uncomprehending John-John and Caroline clutching Jackie's hands as the caisson rolls by followed by the riderless...
Originally Posted by Connemara
Is Knob Creek as good as they say? IMO, Maker's Mark is just too damn sweet. Is KC a bit less sweet?
KC is a very nice bourbon, particularly for the money: I think the...
The distillery edition of Lagavulin, IIRC, is the one finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. It is by far my favorite scotch, but good luck finding it: a friend got a bottle at the distillery around two years ago--the only way I was...
Blanton's is my favorite bourbon in current production. But as much as I like Blanton's, Hirsch is in a different league. As far as the highest-priced bottle, the 20-year Hirsch now exceeds $250 (assuming you can even find it).
Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I believe this was the first LP I ever purchased:
And yes, that makes me really old!
An underappreciated album. It probably had to do with Mayall's thin, reedy...
First LP/33: the Star Wars (Episode IV) soundtrack.
First 45: Major Tom, by Peter Schilling (German version on the B side)
Never got an 8-track deck.
First cassette: Grease soundtrack
First CD: Brothers in Arms
Originally Posted by j
I'm tempted to try this, but I'd probably just end up ruining it. If I want to write Italic (-style? -ally?), is there another non-finicky, inexpensive cartridge pen I could look at? I...