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Quote: Originally Posted by aj_del ^^ As I said before, it is not mandatory, more of an appeal which is being made again and again. Anyhow, tell me what is the difference between a man and woman when it comes to standing in a public transport. Why would not give up your seat for a man but would give it up for a woman. Assume both are 35 yrs old in good health ... the difference is usually heels. I'd imagine its a tad harder for them...
making a trip to wisconsin tomorrow. anyone ever hear of these guys? http://www.osobrewing.com/ourbeer.php I found them in some po-dunk store in the middle of no where, and their hopdinger is fantastic. I plan on clearing out a store of two of it. (I dont even think they service milwaukee or madison)
had victory's Headwaters pale the other day. I love all of victory's beer and this was no exception. came off the tongue a bit dryer than I would have expected. definitely worth checking out. also had Two Brothers Monarch (their anniversary ale) which was a beer I really liked in the past and maybe I'm just remembering this poorly but its not the same, nor did I really enjoy it.
My woman is a lawyer so I have a stack for "Terrence's Attorney". They have the american flag waving in the background. they are pretty epic. I also have "world's strongest millionaire" and "amateur dentist", and several other more serious ones for side projects of mine.
awww man, I was planning on going up to the shoe bank after the 15th... I might have to bump that trip up!
Quote: Originally Posted by HgaleK Craftsman make pretty freaking excellent tool boxes for the money. Even their molded plastic is well done. toolbox and molded plastic do not belong together. OP, I was in the same conundrum you are... I bought a couple vintage tool boxes off of craigslist for a fraction of the price, and the metal they use to use is a good 4 times thicker.
well simply put, it allows them to move from regional to nationally distributed. although close attention to wording sounds like they are planning on giving up rights to brewing alot of the beers for that to happen. the scary part is the brewmaster quit. I've met and talked to the guy a number of times, thats definitely a huge loss.
damnit dude, do you know how hungry your post just made me! luckily hannahs bretzels is only a block away
Quote: Originally Posted by bdeuce22 Three Floyds Dreadnaught went to the fff brewpub on friday. had golden leader while there which was horrible and the ham on rye which was a very interesting experience but I could never imagine having more than a glass. I also had several of the zombie dust (which was off the hand pump, not co2). food there was also amazing, especially the muscles in a gumball broth... mmmmm. one thing I wanted...
I lost a skaggen watch a couple years ago. it was before they switched to that paper thin design and while it wasn't terribly expensive visually it looked better on me than any other watch I've had or tried on.... I miss it.
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