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Posted: 1/24/2002 7:27:44 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/24/2002 7:31:05 PM EDT by 1GUNRUNNER]
It's been done before but, not in awhile. Tonight it has been Makers Mark and Jim Beam Black. My average Canadian Mist. But what do I know, I'm not much of a drinker [;)] I think I'll have one more, then taper off. 1997 Two Hutu sentenced to death in Rwandan genocide (Jan. 3). Floods cause wide damage in U.S. West (Jan. 5). Newt Gingrich reelected as House Speaker (Jan. 7). Hebron agreement signed; Israel gives up large part of West Bank city of Hebron (Jan. 16). U.S. shuttle joins Russian space station (Jan. 17). Gingrich found guilty of ethics violations (Jan. 17). President Clinton starts second term (Jan. 20). U.S., U.K., and France agree to freeze Nazis' gold loot (Feb. 3). O. J. Simpson found liable in civil suit (Feb. 5). Deng Xiaoping, Chinese leader, dead at 92 (Feb. 19). Israeli government approves establishment of Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem, a setback in Middle East peace process (Feb. 26). Tornadoes wreak havoc in Arkansas, Ohio, and Kentucky (March 3). State of anarchy in Albania when third of population loses savings because of pyramid schemes (March 13). Hale-Bopp comet is the closest it will be to Earth until 4397 (March 22). Heaven's Gate cult members commit mass suicide in California (March 27). U.S. Appeals Court upholds California ban on affirmative action (April 8). U.S. judge upholds California marijuana law (April 11). Tiger Woods breaks multiple records in Masters golf tournament (April 13). Fire kills 300 pilgrims outside Mecca (April 15). Senate, 74–26, approves chemical-weapons treaty (April 24). Thousands flee North Dakota flood (April 27). Sergeant Major of the Army, Gene C. McKinney, charged in sex cases (May 7). Russian president Yeltsin signs Chechnya peace treaty (May 12). U.S.-Russian spaceship linkup in orbit ends (May 21). U.S. jobless rate for May reported 4.8%, lowest since 1973 (June 6). European Union bolsters currency merger (June 16). Congress votes major tax cuts (June 26). Hong Kong returns to Chinese rule (June 30). U.S. spacecraft begins exploration of Mars (July 4). Andrew Cunanan murders fashion designer Gianni Versace (July 15). Khmer Rouge hold trial of longtime leader Pol Pot (July 25). White House and GOP agree on measure to balance budget (July 28). U.S. spacecraft transmits thousands of pictures from Mars (Aug. 8). Clinton exercises new line-item veto (Aug. 11). Timothy J. McVeigh sentenced to death for Oklahoma City bombing (Aug. 14). Princess Diana, 36, killed with two others in Paris car crash (Aug. 31). Three Islamic suicide bombers kill four persons in Jerusalem (Sept. 4). Mother Teresa dead at 87 (Sept. 5). Swiss plan first payment to Holocaust victims (Sept. 17). Militant Taliban leaders seize Kabul (Sept. 27). Iraq expels all U.S. members of UN arms-inspection team (Oct. 29). GOP victorious in off-year elections (Nov. 4). Pakistani convicted in 1993 CIA killings (Nov. 10). Two convicted in New York World Trade Center bombing (Nov. 12). Egyptian Islamic militants kill 62 at Luxor tourist site (Nov. 17). FBI ends 16-month investigation of crash of Flight 800 off Long Island; denies sabotage (Nov. 18). European Union plans to admit six nations (Dec. 13). U.S. company launches first commercial spy satellite (Dec. 24). Paris court convicts “Carlos the Jackal” of murder (Dec. 24).
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[Last Edit: 1/24/2002 7:47:41 PM EDT by toaster]
Whatever cures or somehow lessens the symptoms of the common cold.[:(] Otherwise, seirra nevada pale ale with a lemmon wedge. (Yummy!!) Edit: I feel like shit...
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Makers Mark is a favorite of mine. Jack Daniels will always do. I don't drink rum or tequilla drinks. Gin & tonic only on hot summer days with a squeeze of lime. Before meals, a Bloody Ceasar is about as good as it gets. As for beer...I drink Guinness for a dark beer & Sierra Navada Pale Ale for a light beer. All things considered, I'll have a drink or two maybe once a week. Not a huge alcohol consumer, but it does have it's place.
Link Posted: 1/24/2002 8:28:43 PM EDT
Stoli, Crown Royal, or Guinness... During winter, Whalers rum.
Link Posted: 1/24/2002 8:33:26 PM EDT
Diet Coke docmac86
Link Posted: 1/24/2002 8:35:21 PM EDT
Mountian Dew Code Red. being 20 sucks
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A couple shots of Jager to start. Captain Morgan & 7-up to finish.
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[Last Edit: 1/24/2002 9:09:25 PM EDT by 1GUNRUNNER]
Originally Posted By Stokes: About a year ago, I had some Canadian Mist. New Orleans will never be the same, let alone the carpet in the hotel...
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I believe I might have some pics. [:D] Still the facts remain....... I am an excellent driver [;)]
Link Posted: 1/24/2002 9:08:19 PM EDT
Cyanide, you only get one drink.
Link Posted: 1/24/2002 9:12:40 PM EDT
[b]The Macallan[/b] ...obviously [;)]
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Hemlock.
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Single malt, LOWLAND, scotch...is there anything else?
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[Last Edit: 1/24/2002 11:19:13 PM EDT by Unrepentant_Sinner]
Crown Royal, please edited to say: I love gin too
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[red]RedHook ESB[/red] or [yellow]Corona[/yellow][beer]. For the hard stuff I'll take a Jaeger please.[:D] Alex
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Grey Goose straight Grey Goose and Kahlua Grey Goose with Kahlua and Baileys Grey Goose and Red Bull Ahh hell, Grey Goose and just about anything.
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Bud Bud Light Michelob Michelob Light Occasionally a import... usually German. A friend of mine was stationed in Germany and brought back an "A" bag full of Local beers both times he was home on leave. After that anytime I can find a "Good" German beer I'll have one....or six. [:P]
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 12:55:42 AM EDT
Funny you should mention this. I'm up late drinking glenlivet. Again.
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Of course, all the hardcore drinkers know... If it's worth the effort to say "I'm not much of a drinker", then you are a serious drinker. [:D] What the hell..... [beer] cheers Jack (black label) and a great number of microbrews are my favs.
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 1:34:11 AM EDT
MIlk. The choice of an old generation.
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Originally Posted By cyrax777: Mountian Dew Code Red. being 20 sucks
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Mountain Dew when people around know I'm 20...Kessler for those special occiasions.(like fridays)
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 2:07:14 AM EDT
Captain and Coke or Bud Light medcop
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 2:56:48 AM EDT
CORONA ...no lime
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An 8oz tumbler of cheap, lukewarm gin with a dash of clove oil.
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Polar Ice Vodka.
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Bombay Sapphire Gin on the rocks!!![beer]
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Yuengling Traditional Lager...boring, but full of History! Occasionally a Michelob Amberbock... MMMMMMMM......Lager.......[beer]
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Water, mostly.
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[Last Edit: 1/25/2002 5:25:22 AM EDT by garheadjr]
Our boys in blue seem to frown on me partaking of the beverage, so I havent had any in quite some time. However, in my day, it was usually Jack Black and Budweiser or Busch. Now its coffee, tea and water. Damn I miss beer. Edited cause I forgot how to spell.
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What else Guinness (on-tap in my home), when more is needed I'll go to Old Bushmills.
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Knob Creek L&G Woodford Reserve Bookers
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Laphroig. (single malt scotch) or... Ballentine Ale. or (when I'm feeling tactical)... [img]http://www.camo5x.com/images/Camopic.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 5:57:44 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Major-Murphy: Laphroig. (single malt scotch)
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PEATY!! [shock]
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Originally Posted By The_Macallan:
Originally Posted By Major-Murphy: Laphroig. (single malt scotch)
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PEATY!! [shock]
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I like my scotch to taste the "scotchiest". [:)]
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I have a bottle of 30 year old Laphroaig in my liquor cabinet that's only down four fingers or so. A buddy and I bet it on Mark McGwire's season ending home run number the year he broke Maris' record (1999?). Since he said 69 and I said 71, we ended up splitting it. The deal is that it can only be drunk when we're together, and he lives in Califrickinfornia! It's like a bottle of warm peat smoke. I like Sapphire or Ketel One on the rocks with lime when it's hot. Guinness, Shiner Bock, Fat Tire or Yuengling when it comes to beer. Another Pennsylvania native mentioned Yuengling and reminded me. Much better than Rolling Rock.
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 6:16:56 AM EDT
Originally Posted By thebeekeeper1:
Originally Posted By garandman: Water, mostly.
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Did you ever stop to think that fish screw in water? [sex]
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And crap there too. But unless they are doin' it IN my well, I have "bigger fish to fry" - like how am I gonna afford my next M1. [:D] And don't forget people - beer is nothing more than rotted, decaying plants used to discolor and pollute the water those fish crapped in. [:D]
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[Last Edit: 1/25/2002 6:37:50 AM EDT by squibload]
...or Yuengling when it comes to beer. Another Pennsylvania native mentioned Yuengling and reminded me. Much better than Rolling Rock.
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[b]BEVERAGE HORROR STORY:[/b] Heard this on the brewery tour: A guy moved from PA to CA, and knowing that Yuengling wasn't available on the Left Coast, he decided to purchase ~30 cases of the Lager bottles to hold him over. (He had a U-haul) Upon arriving in CA, he found that each and every case of it was skunked.[shock]
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Dihydrogen Monoxide- taken in too much quantity WILL CAUSE DEATH.... [peep]
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Myers rum and sprite with a lemon. Guiness beer is my favorite, but coors light on a daily basis.
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Originally Posted By daking: CORONA ...no lime
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me too....its all I drink(beer)these days. If I have to settle for anything else...its Bud Light. [beer]
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Originally Posted By squibload: [b]BEVERAGE HORROR STORY:[/b] Heard this on the brewery tour: A guy moved from PA to CA, and knowing that Yuengling wasn't available on the Left Coast, he decided to purchase ~30 cases of the Lager bottles to hold him over. (He had a U-haul) Upon arriving in CA, he found that each and every case of it was skunked.[shock]
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[wiping away a tear] That is a major beer foul, and meets the standard to be called alcohol abuse. He should have rented a reefer truck.
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Dihydrogen Monoxide- taken in too much quantity WILL CAUSE DEATH....
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(In my best Peter Jennings voice) [b]"ABC News is reporting that several 55 gallon barrels filled with dihydrogen monoxide were uncovered by Special Forces in Afghanistan today. Members of the Intelligence Community have claimed that this substance has been used by the Taliban and al Queda in the past, and this chemical has the effect of causing uncontrollable urination when taken in large quantities, and drowning may occur if your head is submerged in it. The ABC News crew on the scene is complaining of shortness of breath due to even moderate exposure. stay tuned for continuing coverage. Also, guns are bad."[/b]
Link Posted: 1/25/2002 7:07:45 AM EDT
[blue][b]Rumple Minze[/b][/blue] 100proof Peppermint schnapps! Tyler
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Originally Posted By squibload:
Dihydrogen Monoxide- taken in too much quantity WILL CAUSE DEATH....
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(In my best Peter Jennings voice) [b]"ABC News is reporting that several 55 gallon barrels filled with dihydrogen monoxide were uncovered by Special Forces in Afghanistan today. Members of the Intelligence Community have claimed that this substance has been used by the Taliban and al Queda in the past, and this chemical has the effect of causing uncontrollable urination when taken in large quantities, and drowning may occur if your head is submerged in it. The ABC News crew on the scene is complaining of shortness of breath due to even moderate exposure. stay tuned for continuing coverage. Also, guns are bad."[/b]
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Also, this chemical, when used in conjunction with fully automatic bolt-action assault machine guns, will cause rust, which may endanger the poor, downtrodden, misunderstood freedom fighter by causing stuck rounds and possibly resulting in misfires that would leave him defenseless against our imperialist troops. Did I mention that guns are bad? "What does Marcellus Wallace look like?" "What?"... (to be continued)
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Jameson on the rocks or neat. I'm Irish, not Scottish.
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