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Posted: 5/25/2002 12:47:31 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 1:06:03 AM EDT
... dang, and to think how much money this could save you at the liquor store!
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 1:09:56 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 1:16:33 AM EDT
Originally Posted By DoubleFeed:
Originally Posted By Winston_Wolf: ... dang, and to think how much money this could save you at the liquor store!
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This guy is his own brewery! Wonder if he has gotten calls from Anheuser Busch yet? "A Real Man's Beer, Brewed BY a Real Man!"
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... yeah, sometime life deals you a funky hand [}:)]
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 7:47:33 AM EDT
Now all he has to do is add a bit of peat to his diet, and his body will be making a nice single-malt scotch. Wish I could learn that trick. [:D]
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 7:55:09 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/25/2002 7:55:34 AM EDT by The_Macallan]
Originally Posted By marvl: Now all he has to do is add a bit of peat to his diet, and his body will be making a nice single-malt scotch. Wish I could learn that trick. [:D]
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[^] Actually there are rare cases where a certain yeast infection can result in alcohol intoxication as a symptom of the disease. I don't remember the specific yeast involved but there have been infections where this particular yeast begins to ferment and produce alcohol which then diffuses into the host's bloodstream. The result was the infected person became continuously inebriated as a result of the infection.
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 8:05:41 AM EDT
And here I thought Tourette's Syndrom was the coolest disease one could possibly have.
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 8:28:22 AM EDT
Too damn funny Kar98 that one was GOOD [beer]
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 8:51:47 AM EDT
What is it with these English people? The Sheriff judges the trial? Then, he must have an idiot for a lawyer, he wasn't driving. The picture shows the cops taking a reading on the [u]passenger[/u], obviously. [rolleyes]
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 8:57:20 AM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: What is it with these English people? The Sheriff judges the trial?
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In Britain, "sherrif" doesn't mean "county cop", but: an important official of a shire or county charged primarily with judicial duties (as executing the processes and orders of courts and judges) Pronunciation: 'sher-&f Function: noun Etymology: Middle English shirreve, from Old English scIrgerEfa, from scIr shire + gerEfa reeve -- more at SHIRE, REEVE Date: before 12th century cf. sherrifdom
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 9:05:19 AM EDT
prk, I think you better look at that picture again. What is the man in the car resting his hand on ????????? Remember the driver lives in Europe.
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 9:21:55 AM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: What is it with these English people? The Sheriff judges the trial? Then, he must have an idiot for a lawyer, he wasn't driving. The picture shows the cops taking a reading on the [u]passenger[/u], obviously. [rolleyes]
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PRK, you dumb shit! Come on, guys, pile on!
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 7:50:24 PM EDT
Originally Posted By STRIKER_316: prk, I think you better look at that picture again. What is the man in the car resting his hand on ????????? Remember the driver lives in Europe.
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In Britain, to be accurate. Only there, in Ireland, Malta and Gibraltar do European drivers drive on the wrong side of the road. Funny sidenote: the British SecTrans tried to talk the EU into forcing Germany to impose a general speedlimit on the autobahn, with the argument that in order for a unified Europe to function, it's impossible to have one country deviate from the rules accepted by everybody else. Silly Brits.
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 8:40:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Kar98:
Originally Posted By prk: What is it with these English people? The Sheriff judges the trial?
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In Britain, "sherrif" doesn't mean "county cop", but: an important official of a shire or county charged primarily with judicial duties (as executing the processes and orders of courts and judges) Pronunciation: 'sher-&f Function: noun Etymology: Middle English shirreve, from Old English scIrgerEfa, from scIr shire + gerEfa reeve -- more at SHIRE, REEVE Date: before 12th century cf. sherrifdom
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Well, locally, the Sheriff's Dept. is pretty much limited to that officer of the court function, but in the more rural areas they do act as county police. Wonder how that got thrown in... and in the English countryside, who DID play that role? Meshuggah, it was a JOKE, OK? A firggin' JOKE, get it? A JOKE, dammit!!!
Link Posted: 5/25/2002 10:39:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Kar98: And here I thought Tourette's Syndrom was the coolest disease one could possibly have.
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[img]pweb.netcom.com/~mattja/pics/Ruth.jpg[/img] [img]pweb.netcom.com/~mattja/pics/tourette.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 5/26/2002 1:44:17 AM EDT
At least they didn't make him do that eyeball thing,stand on one leg walk backwards while saying the Russian alphabet. And then tell him he was legally drunk,Hell if you are legally drunk then what's the problem? I would not want to be illegally drunk! Bob [:D]
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