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Quote: Originally Posted by pseudonym Don won't say anything about Salvatore to anybody. Reminds me of what he said to Peggy once. "It will shock you how much this didn't happen."
Some tremendously affecting lines. "I accept and I collect upon my body the memories of your devotion." I've owned I Am a Bird Now for years. I have The Crying Light on my hard drive but have yet to give it a full listen.
Don's face when he looked into Salvatore's hotel room.
Already more insight into Dick Whitman's past. Checkered from the start. I got a jolt from the painting in Cooper's office of the infamous Hokusai print.
Quote: Originally Posted by Piobaire Take my advice for your first Islay venture: Bunnahabhain. That's the plan, my friend. Strangely it's harder to find on the shelves in my area than Caol Ila, Lagavulin, and many others.
Quote: Originally Posted by Douglas I use it with some frequency. I'm not married but have a baby with my GF. Sometimes I just don't want to say "girlfriend" because it sounds sort of diminutive, and our relationship is very serious, but for our own reasons, we're not presently married. "Partner" seems to be a nice middle word that conveys our situation without inviting too many awkward questions. Sometimes I'll still just call her my wife, though,...
Quote: Originally Posted by Flambeur I think I'm gonna finish the bottle tonight since I'm staying in. Bottle of rum = two nights in. Am I an alcoholic? You drank 375 ml of rum each night for two nights in a row? That isn't unheard of, but Jesus. I would never want all those empty calories in one go, to say nothing of the alcohol. Quote: Originally Posted by ama I bought the Laga 16, Laga DE, Cragg DE, Talisker DE,...
Despite the fact that certain aspects of the plot and even certain scenes seemed directly ripped from (or paying homage to) David Cronenberg's The Fly, I found it to be an impressive film with emotional content that is absent from most sci-fi movies. Definitely worth the money. By turns disturbing and thrilling, and sometimes both at once. During the climax, the protagonist's rage and despair seemed utterly real and identifiable.
NT for the complainers
Quote: Originally Posted by gnatty8 I actually find the claim "America's only small batch bourbon" very disturbing, and very misleading. I was wondering about that. I don't understand how brands get away with saying things like this.
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