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the beer thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Nihil, May 31, 2006.

  1. highanddry

    highanddry Guest

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    Yeah, clowns. Surely you remember...like the one that your mom paid to come to your 6th birthday party. You know, big shoes, white face with red nose, blew up balloons and twisted them all over the place, heavy stench of booze on his breath, grabbed your weiner then whispered in your ear that it was okay, and you later found out he was a known child molester who busted out of the half-way house he was in, only because the parole board made a major oversight when they should have fried his a$$ in the chair.

    Holy hell. If you're gonna get your panties in a twist because I called you a clown, you best not venture into Work Warning. I pretty much own Off-Topic now that James went to Tibet to find himself. If you want, I can make you my #1 Target, relieving jlo from the crown that he has been wearing since the first day he stumbled into O-T. I believe he has set FEOA's record as the Number One Zero (yes Cymmi, I'm still kicking on Chris Cornell).

    And if instead, you were just questioning the spelling of the word clown, I can assure you it is correct.

    Relax mofo. That's what O-T is about. You're welcome to toss some sh!t my way. Just not sure you wanna go there.

    To get back on-topic, which I loathe to do in a forum so inappropriately named, my wife does drink some white wine called Cat's Piss or something like that. I just tried to find a bottle lying around the bedroom but she musta cleaned up after her latest binge. Maybe the drinks with the most repulsive names are the best. Seems like a strange marketing strategy. You'd have to think that the company's Board of Directors laid some serious threats at the Marketing Department before ok'ing the name. If I brew up a batch of Cloudy Camel Kum (damn word filter), who's gonna be first in? 4Door?
  2. BOSS302man

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    Just wanted to make sure I understood you. Highanddry....You're high and your wife's drying out? Did I decode that correctly from your post? I have a few friends that reside in Canada and they have motor mouths like you, although theirs aren't as sharp as yours.

    Are you as good with cars as you are with insults? If so, you must be one heck of a mechanic.

    Thanks for the attention there junior.
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    Anyone tried that new miller chill?
  4. BOSS302man

    BOSS302man FEOA Donator

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    I did. It's OK overall. I really liked it on a hot day by the pool. It was kind of refreshing. I prefer dark or hopier microbrews, but they don't quench your thirst on a really hot day. My wife liked it. My kids didn't. Yes, my kids are old enough to legally drink!
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    Actually it was Onegimp who got some and I had driven down to taste it. I think it was $8 a bottle came in a 4 pack.
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    BOSS302man FEOA Donator

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    You drove in from Texas?
  7. highanddry

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    I'm pretty good with vehicles, to be sure, but my talents are better served here in O-T, as my fellow O-T'ers will tell you. I don't think I would have won our second ever COTM with the red and green POS in my sig below if I hadn't helped a few people on here fix their rigs. Sure enough, 5000 or so of my posts occurred here in O-T or WW, but there must be a couple thousand in the Tech forums.

    Anyway. My wife is about 9 years younger than me; the well is not nearly dry yet. She'd prolly beat yer a$$ for suggesting it. One member here met my wife, but I think he's dead now. I gave up dope long ago also. There is a long twisted tale associated with my username, but it's a highly guarded secret. Once, back when the earth was green and dinosaurs roamed the planet (and we had a chat room), I began relating the tale to two FEOA members as I slurped down some beer, but I quickly lost interest and I think those two guys fell asleep anyway. In the final analysis, my big boat is named highanddry. That's all you need to know.


    8 bucks a bottle! How big are these bottles?
  8. ThumpinGT

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    They have limited editions they send out to certain areas of the country. I like beer, but not enough to drive all the way to Pennsylvania. Maybe if I happen to be up there as a tourist, I would stop there and get wasted.
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  10. Cymmantix

    Cymmantix My old archenemy, RAKES!

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    Here's where I finally get revenge for you taunting us northerners all winter about the cold weather. I assume you're still talking about Dogfish Head, which is readily available around these parts. It's still expensive, sure. But a sixer can be had for around the same price as you paid for one... :wink:
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    Both of them have some cerebral shortcomings. Don't be surprised if both of them have drunk camel piss.
  13. pos_clunker

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    ;) And Highandry, don't knock camel piss until you try it.
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    Oh yes, I remember the highanddry story... I think that you should have finished that at Boston Pizza, but fixshitfatmatt would have been confused not hearing the start of it. Also, I'm going to be going on holidays in the next few weeks I think, so I should be able to drive up and pick up those seats. I will let you know though!
  15. highanddry

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    I don't want you anywhere near my house.
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    Took you long enough. Your Spidey senses need tuning.
  18. ThumpinGT

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    But you don't get revenge because I can get some Dogfish Head IPA 60 or 90 6 pack for about $8. And our roads are way better than any northern pothole ridden patch of dirt. Not sure what it is about the N.E. that makes people drive insane, but the flood of immigrants from the N.E. down here is making us go insane.

    I like it when it snows























    on you guys. :lol:
  19. Cymmantix

    Cymmantix My old archenemy, RAKES!

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    I've found that New Yorkers drive the craziest around these parts, especially the shore tourists, whom we not-so-affectionately call "shoobies." But blanket statements are tough to justify... I haven't driven on any pothole ridden patches of dirt lately, though.

    Back to beer. I read back through the thread and someone mentioned Saranac a while back. I had the fortune of trying a couple varieties recently (can't recall their exact names)... not bad.
  20. BOSS302man

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    Saranac isn't too bad. One of my favorites is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. You see it once in a while on tap on the East coast here.

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