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post #2521 of 3024
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Originally Posted by js4design View Post

I went down to the neighborhood bar for wine night tonight, and as the night winded down, the bartender told one of the other patrons that I am a big bourbon fan and asked if he could give me a pour. At this point I didn't know what he was talking about, but the other patron said yes and the bartender pulled out a bottle in a red felt bag. I found out that the bartender had recently helped the other patron acquire a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle 20 yr, and I was about to get a free pour. Amazing is the only word I can use to describe it. I'll be putting my name on the wait list tomorrow.

it's a shame it's next to impossible to find any of the van winkle line in the wild.  15 year is arguably the best in the line IMO.  i was fortunate enough to have been able to pick up 2 bottles of 15yr last year.

post #2522 of 3024
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

That's because Texas "BBQ" sucks and all the styles in the SE U.S. are infinitely better (never had Kentucky's venison-based version, however).

Wow - I had no idea that your credibility could get any lower.
post #2523 of 3024
To adapt the words of Edgar/Poor Tom in Lear:

And worse Ed may be yet: his worst is not
So long as we can say "This is his worst."
post #2524 of 3024
Ran is the best adaption of Lear ever. Ever was. Ever is. Ever will be.
post #2525 of 3024
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Ran is the best adaption of Lear ever. Ever was. Ever is. Ever will be.

Do you mean adaptation?
post #2526 of 3024
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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

Do you mean adaptation?

That was a good movie.
post #2527 of 3024
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

And Throne of Blood is the best Macbeth adaptation.

Fuck yes. No question.
post #2528 of 3024
500g Panettone for 0,50€.
post #2529 of 3024
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

500g Panettone for 0,50€.

English, please.
post #2530 of 3024
17.5 oz sweet bread loaf from Milan, Italy, Europe, for USD 0.66.
post #2531 of 3024
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

17.5 oz sweet bread loaf from Milan, Italy, Europe, for USD 0.66.

I approve.
post #2532 of 3024
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Wow - I had no idea that your credibility could get any lower.

By thinking I couldn't be any dumber you showed yourself to be an idiot. So. yeah.

So I roasted a pork shoulder last night Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It was really good. Got a bunch of yankee-ass bitches to appreciate cracklin.

HOWEVER, I was planning on having Cuban sandwiches throughout the week with leftovers. I will have maybe two. WTF do you need friends for if they rob you of your dreams?
post #2533 of 3024
AppleMark
post #2534 of 3024
^^

beautiful, is that American cheese?
post #2535 of 3024
Yes. Kraft singles.
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