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Seriously that's an awesome acquisition, details please Mr Pink Socks... Kimber?

I buy Kimbers direct from Kimber. Would be crazy not too. And can highly recommend his stuff.

These are Aldens in collaboration with Leffot.
post #66317 of 67946
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I haven't mate, their dark lager is good. It would be a safe bet.

As a session brew I'm drinking coopers pale ale "green tops" it's a bang for your buck brew, nice and bitter as well.

Do you rate Hendricks gin?

I do, definitely one of the better ones. In a straight taste test, I preferred it to Tanquaray. Bombay Sapphire also considered highly.
post #66318 of 67946
The Botanist is supposed to be quite good as well, I've been meaning to try it. Wonder if Islay gin is different like Islay whisky?
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PoP

I have a bottle of The Botanist open at present. Not bad, I prefer Tanqueray 10. But then I'm only a GnT kind of guy.

Off to see Specter for those who don't know this site is very informative about Bond and his suits. Set up by someone over at AAAC
http://thesuitsofjamesbond.com
Edited by Geoffrey Firmin - 11/20/15 at 10:43pm
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Live broadcast of the TSO playing Sibelius II on ABC Classic FM. I'm listening to the damn thing and trying to work out whether I've played it.

 

Some people just swoon over Sibelius. I have to admit, I don't really get Sibelius. And I'm listening to this symphony and thinking, yeah, I know it, I think I've played the goddamn thing, but I can't remember when or where. A kind of indictment really.

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Oh yes, listened on, I've definitely played it. Remember suffering through the whole thing, wondering when it could stop so I could fuck off to the pub.

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Now that I'm living in a house, instead of an flat, for the first time in over 15 years, I've started to wish that more people would go to church on Sunday mornings!

 

Instead of going to church, our secular lifestyle now seems to demand that all yard-work is done on Sunday mornings. I'm sitting out on my deck with a book, with the cat on the sofa next to me, when all of a sudden I'm assaulted by the cacophony of not one, but two different whipper-snippers. I then hear yet another motor and when I look out the front, I see that the 80-something-year-old lady next door has started using a blower-vac to clean her driveway as well! 

 

I would have thought that Saturday would normally be the day for this sort of stuff but I guess that people are typically so busy on Saturdays now (especially if you have kids) that Sunday is now the default day for cleaning up around the yard. 

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Everyone goes to Church around me on Sundays.

 

It's great, I can do all my yard work in piece.

post #66324 of 67946
What about brids JM? Surely their is an asortment of avian individuals in suburbia?

Were I am the song of the Victa can be heard playinng on Saturday, not many kids in my streach of the street.

Sadly they don't have out in the suburbs but this will do.
post #66325 of 67946
Where I live the garderners come during the week to landscape the bushes and clean the pool while hubby is out at work.
post #66326 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Where I live the garderners come during the week to landscape the bushes and clean the pool while hubby is out at work.

 

Are you the hubby, or your hubby is out at work?

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I'm the gamekeeper.
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I'm the gamekeeper.
I am the walrus
post #66329 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Now that I'm living in a house, instead of an flat, for the first time in over 15 years, I've started to wish that more people would go to church on Sunday mornings!

Instead of going to church, our secular lifestyle now seems to demand that all yard-work is done on Sunday mornings. I'm sitting out on my deck with a book, with the cat on the sofa next to me, when all of a sudden I'm assaulted by the cacophony of not one, but two different whipper-snippers. I then hear yet another motor and when I look out the front, I see that the 80-something-year-old lady next door has started using a blower-vac to clean her driveway as well! 

I would have thought that Saturday would normally be the day for this sort of stuff but I guess that people are typically so busy on Saturdays now (especially if you have kids) that Sunday is now the default day for cleaning up around the yard. 
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