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» Wed Oct 22, 2008 3:41 pm
The day this happens to me is the day I'm about 50 something years old. And since I'm 20 right now, it'll be a fun 30 years.
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» Wed Oct 22, 2008 5:56 pm
xbay wrote:The day this happens to me is the day I'm about 50 something years old. And since I'm 20 right now, it'll be a fun 30 years.


then the fun BEGINS.... :wink: no worries....

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» Wed Oct 22, 2008 6:22 pm
it's whiskey thread, not 'the ball of the balls'
as an author of this thread, i DEMAND (pleasingly) - no more 'balls' posts! :banghead: :roll:

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» Wed Oct 22, 2008 10:22 pm
Ok, so for my procedure, they ran out of anesthetic and I had to drink a bottle of 100-year-old whiskey and bite a lead bullet. The nurses were all extremely hot and wearing low-cut nurse blouses that let their stethescopes and stuff fall out whenever they bent over, which was often, let me tell you.

They were all drinking Sloe Gin and getting adventurous, so as soon as the doctor was done we all engaged in a relentless wrestling match that somehow was related to getting that post-op sample. Ha, they were just using me...and trying to get my whiskey.

And then I ran over to the gym to lift huge weights. After a couple hours of that, the nurses found me and forced me into a special "recovery" room with restraints and we drink several bottles of different whiskeys. It was interesting to taste all the differences.

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» Wed Oct 22, 2008 11:34 pm
Palin's daughter likes the Captain (Not Jack)

http://www.bannedinhollywood.com/image. ... ndal11.jpg

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» Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:52 am
whiskey and surgical procedures are not all that unrelated....

but I hear hear ya Martin. I just had to hear Bada's story. Something tells me he finished a few bottles of alcohol and pain killers during that week of hell though...

fun whiskey fact: the county in Tennessee where they make Jack Daniels is a dry county. alcohol is illegal. How brilliant is that? only in America.
I believe the closest town is called.... Lynchburg? :shock: :roll:
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» Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:20 am
Jackattack wrote:whiskey and surgical procedures are not all that unrelated....

but I hear hear ya Martin. I just had to hear Bada's story. Something tells me he finished a few bottles of alcohol and pain killers during that week of hell though...

fun whiskey fact: the county in Tennessee where they make Jack Daniels is a dry county. alcohol is illegal. How brilliant is that? only in America.
I believe the closest town is called.... Lynchburg? :shock: :roll:


Yes, and I felt OBLIGATED as a man to share that story. Believe me, it is not a fond memory but Jack needed to know. I do hope he goes through with it because it is well worth it (if he is convinced he does not want to have children in the future).

I am very happy with where I am at now and not having to rely on standard birth control methods and having to worry about an accident, it was just the "journey" to get her that was brutal!
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» Mon Nov 17, 2008 4:07 pm
I don't know why I just thought of this now, but if you guys ever venture into baja california (west Mexico for you international warrior fans) pick up some stuff called enigma. that's some good shiit! me and two of my friends got super drunk off that stuff a couple years ago!

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» Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:56 am
oh, man, i love this new year sales madness. here we go - bottle of glenfidich caoran reserve - 17 euros! that's more than half the price discount.
so, well, me just bought 8 of them - all they had in two shops' windows.
and was happy like after the warriors-boston game :D
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» Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:01 pm
martin wrote:oh, man, i love this new year sales madness. here we go - bottle of glenfidich caoran reserve - 17 euros! that's more than half the price discount.
so, well, me just bought 8 of them - all they had in two shops' windows.
and was happy like after the warriors-boston game :D



A good New Year's eve to you Martin :mrgreen:

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» Tue Dec 30, 2008 7:04 pm
same to you, migy, same to you :mrgreen:

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» Tue Dec 30, 2008 8:09 pm
martin wrote:oh, man, i love this new year sales madness. here we go - bottle of glenfidich caoran reserve - 17 euros! that's more than half the price discount.
so, well, me just bought 8 of them - all they had in two shops' windows.
and was happy like after the warriors-boston game :D


sounds like a fine way to bring in the new year....cheers

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» Wed Dec 31, 2008 7:07 am
JOEL wrote:
martin wrote:oh, man, i love this new year sales madness. here we go - bottle of glenfidich caoran reserve - 17 euros! that's more than half the price discount.
so, well, me just bought 8 of them - all they had in two shops' windows.
and was happy like after the warriors-boston game :D


sounds like a fine way to bring in the new year....cheers

yep, couldn't ask for more,
cheers

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