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post #35326 of 44830
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

AC introduced me to a beer last night that I enjoyed. I think dogs head tail was the name.

Yay4beer!

laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif Do you mean Dogfish Head?
post #35327 of 44830
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif Do you mean Dogfish Head?

He had a lot of them. That is a Delaware beer that is surprisingly pretty good. I like their seasonals.
post #35328 of 44830
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

I met a 50-something lawyer at the wine bar last night. Turned on the ConneCharm and by the end of the evening she gave me her card and said, "Let's do dinner."

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I love my cougars and MILFs too, but 50? That's too much. Ew conne, lol.
post #35329 of 44830
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif Do you mean Dogfish Head?
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

He had a lot of them. That is a Delaware beer that is surprisingly pretty good. I like their seasonals.

Oops. Yes, that's the one. It was tasty.
post #35330 of 44830
Conne, you are such a beta.

Anyway, I saw the in stitches had 112 posts yesterday. Congratulations buddy, I knew you could break a hundo easily! You added so much to so many conversations on SF. I hope this means you're done holding back with posting comments!
post #35331 of 44830
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Did it mention anything about trains, or trucks, or mama, or prison, or getting drunk?

Ed, this should be the moment where you realize how much it upsets you that we're no longer Facebook friends. You missed a conversation about country music that was both insightful and inclusive of mama, trains, trucks, and prison.

And gettin' drunk.
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

I think he's still in his 20s. He likes them, the sliver foxes.

What you did there, I see it.
post #35332 of 44830
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

I met a 50-something lawyer at the wine bar last night. Turned on the ConneCharm and by the end of the evening she gave me her card and said, "Let's do dinner."

Good job, Conne, As long as she's beautiful and of good demeanor, there's no reason not to make love to a woman of 50, and that's a fact.
post #35333 of 44830
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Good job, Conne, As long as she's beautiful and of good demeanor, there's no reason not to make love to a woman of 50, and that's a fact.

Just bring your own lube and ask her to keep her bra on.
post #35334 of 44830
Don't forget to send her an anti-aging regimen a couple weeks before your date and post-dinner coitus.
post #35335 of 44830
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Ed, this should be the moment where you realize how much it upsets you that we're no longer Facebook friends. You missed a conversation about country music that was both insightful and inclusive of mama, trains, trucks, and prison.

And gettin' drunk.
What you did there, I see it.

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Did you really unfriend him?
post #35336 of 44830
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Did it mention anything about trains, or trucks, or mama, or prison, or getting drunk?

My song is about the sun (called "That Ole Sun"). It's about the sun, but one of the virtues of the sun that I praise in the tune is how it makes pickup trucks visible by providing sufficient light.
post #35337 of 44830
I had a major presentation this morning, possibly the biggest of my (relatively brief) career so far. It was very complex, and I had to have even more detail prepared and on my mind ready to go just it case it was asked. Afterwards, I felt like it went well, but, despite being great to work for overall, my immediate supervisor isn't one for much positive feedback, so it can be tough to get a read on how things went (my colleagues tell me that you'll know immediately if things didn't go well, so assume they did otherwise). Plus, he's swamped this morning, which didn't leave any time for immediate follow-up. That being the case, I've had sort of an "I guess it went well...I think" feeling all morning.

Well, a few minutes ago, my assistant director (one of the people to whom I was presenting) walked by my office while I was on a call and gave me a quiet thumbs up/"good job." This guy is the second-in-command where I work, and he's very, very well connected.

Feeling pretty bigstar[1].gif right now.
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post

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Did you really unfriend him?

I did. It was a while ago, but I did.

FWIW, without rehashing it and making a bigger deal out of it than is necessary, I did it as a sort of half joke/half response to something that bothered me. Ed knows he's welcome to send me another friend request, and it will be given due consideration.
post #35338 of 44830

Getting things done, water after workout, fresh air after stacking and home because of illness, evenings. 

post #35339 of 44830
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Ed knows he's welcome to send me another friend request, and it will be given due consideration.

No way, man. You have to climb to the mountaintop. This god ain't steppin' down to your level.
post #35340 of 44830
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

I'm about to put hot cinnamon gummy bears on the endangered species list.
Reviews are priceless: http://www.amazon.com/Haribo-Gummy-Candy-Sugarless-5-Pound/dp/B000EVQWKC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1381508138&sr=8-1&keywords=gummi+bears+sugar+free
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

I had a major presentation this morning, possibly the biggest of my (relatively brief) career so far. It was very complex, and I had to have even more detail prepared and on my mind ready to go just it case it was asked. Afterwards, I felt like it went well, but, despite being great to work for overall, my immediate supervisor isn't one for much positive feedback, so it can be tough to get a read on how things went (my colleagues tell me that you'll know immediately if things didn't go well, so assume they did otherwise). Plus, he's swamped this morning, which didn't leave any time for immediate follow-up. That being the case, I've had sort of an "I guess it went well...I think" feeling all morning.

Well, a few minutes ago, my assistant director (one of the people to whom I was presenting) walked by my office while I was on a call and gave me a quiet thumbs up/"good job." This guy is the second-in-command where I work, and he's very, very well connected.

Feeling pretty bigstar[1].gif right now.
I did. It was a while ago, but I did.
Good job, man. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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