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  1. redman

    They said you was hung!!!

  2. Does this mean that we have to destroy all of the infants in this country, because if it does I'm shorting Enfamil stock.
  3. Incredible story. Wow. I had/have it way easy by comparison.
  4. Black label is all you need. It just doesn't hold up against the great Islays though.
  5. I've tried the Lagavulin but neither of the others. Did you have the 16 year or some other blend?Yes sir. 16. All the islays (at least the ones I've had) are really strong, really peaty. You know you're drinking scotch. Good stuff. I know it's not scotch, but about a year ago for the first time I had Jameson 18. I've not looked back since then -- love the stuff. So far I've found I prefer the Highlands because I like the smooth taste and the different textures. I don't like anything that makes me shake my head after I take a sip if you know what I mean. I usually add a splash of water and then enjoy one or two over a few hours just to take the edge off a long day.X Scotch snobs might disagree. I think it really depends on the4 blend but I have found a splash of water really opens up certain Scotchs and makes the experience a little better. Water may just be the French tickler of Scotch. It's definitely a way to slow yourself down during an evening of drinking. I may, MAY add ice, but I just can't bring myself to add water to a 1st class single malt.Redman>Hiyou are a really smart guy and I know that you know ice=water.
  6. Bowmore, my friend. I love the oakey taste. It's fantastic, and not too strong like I think Laphroig is. Dammit, now I've got a taste in my mouth for it and I don't have a bottle in my liquor cabinet!
  7. I've tried the Lagavulin but neither of the others. Did you have the 16 year or some other blend?Yes sir. 16. All the islays (at least the ones I've had) are really strong, really peaty. You know you're drinking scotch. Good stuff. I know it's not scotch, but about a year ago for the first time I had Jameson 18. I've not looked back since then -- love the stuff. So far I've found I prefer the Highlands because I like the smooth taste and the different textures. I don't like anything that makes me shake my head after I take a sip if you know what I mean. I usually add a splash of water and then enjoy one or two over a few hours just to take the edge off a long day.X Scotch snobs might disagree. I think it really depends on the4 blend but I have found a splash of water really opens up certain Scotchs and makes the experience a little better. Water may just be the French tickler of Scotch. It's definitely a way to slow yourself down during an evening of drinking. I may, MAY add ice, but I just can't bring myself to add water to a 1st class single malt.
  8. I don't hear many people talking about it, but I absolutely love Bowmore.
  9. I've tried the Lagavulin but neither of the others. Did you have the 16 year or some other blend?Yes sir. 16. All the islays (at least the ones I've had) are really strong, really peaty. You know you're drinking scotch. Good stuff. I know it's not scotch, but about a year ago for the first time I had Jameson 18. I've not looked back since then -- love the stuff. So far I've found I prefer the Highlands because I like the smooth taste and the different textures. I don't like anything that makes me shake my head after I take a sip if you know what I mean. I usually add a splash of water and then enjoy one or two over a few hours just to take the edge off a long day.X
  10. I'm still holding out for more info. I want to see Steve, Jr.'s junior high school transcripts first.
  11. I'm reading The Reluctant Admiral, a biography of Admiral Yamamoto. I've always found him to be an interesting guy, but I didn't know the half of it. Considering how much he was villified in the U.S. as the leader and architect of the Pearl Harbor attack, he's actually a very accessible persona to a westerner, and not the rigid and distant military leader that so many Japanese seem to be. It's also an easy read.
  12. The first rule of ratings is that you don't talk about ratings.

    ONE STAR FOR YOU!!!!11ONE

  13. It's an outrage. AN OUTRAGE, I TELL YOU!!!

  14. And you'd like what mystery solved? Who was Mr. Dookie? What did he eat for breakfast that morning? Was your intended hook-up really planning on killing you and devouring your liver after the sexual escapade?He just wants to know why she pooped on the table in order to get out of having to do him.Hmmmm, good point. It's sort of like a squid spraying ink as a distractor before making its escape.
  15. And you'd like what mystery solved? Who was Mr. Dookie? What did he eat for breakfast that morning? Was your intended hook-up really planning on killing you and devouring your liver after the sexual escapade?
  16. For Incan mysteries, I'm much more curious about the Nazca LinesI've always been intrigued by that too. I'd also like to know how the Egyptians built the pyramids, and whether the three pyramids at Giza are meant to be lined up in such a way as to mimic Orion's belt.
  17. Go out on a date with The Imp and you'll get a call from Pickles, guaranteed.If you #### it, he will come. Pics?Ask the Plow King for some.
  18. Go out on a date with The Imp and you'll get a call from Pickles, guaranteed.If you #### it, he will come.
  19. What happened to Smack Tripper, Daddy?
  20. :lmao: I have tears coming out of my eyes right now. I love the quick editing at the end... a cavalcade of "oh my balls!".I love the chick blindly taking three swipes at the wall with her broom.
  21. :lmao: I have tears coming out of my eyes right now.
  22. Looks like Buck Compton's putting out a biography in May, called "Call of Duty: My life before, during and after the Band of Brothers".
  23. This thread caused me to watch the History Channel episodes again. I got through the first episode and about 2/3 of the way through #2, Day of Days, before I had to depart (in the middle of the Brecourt scene! ) to go to my mother in law's birthday dinner. When I got home I popped in my DVD set and watched through the end of episode four. I love this series. My wife is not into military stuff, but was riveted as well. Great drama, writing and characters, not to mention cinematography, transcends genre. My wife doesn't like westerns either, but if you break out a great western (High Noon; Shane; Liberty Valance; etc.) she'll watch and enjoy.
  24. that's some noggin you got shuke!It is built for one thing and one thing only. num num num
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