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Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - Poche - 10-08-2012

Right now, I'm sipping coffee w/chocolate. 


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - Pheo - 10-08-2012

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Got a bag as a sample.  Pretty good, but I still like brewing loose leaf tea.


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - Starry Plough - 10-12-2012

Bushmills.  Yeah yeah I know. It's prottie whiskey. What can I say. It was a gift. I can still hear my grandfather's voice ......  "A drink refused is lost forever".


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - LoneWolfRadTrad - 10-14-2012

A bottle of Rolling Rock.


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - Lateran15 - 10-15-2012

battery acid and bile  :O




Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - CollegeCatholic - 10-15-2012

Bluegrass Brewing Company's Oktoberfest


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - Pheo - 10-15-2012

(10-15-2012, 10:26 PM)Lateran15 Wrote: battery acid and bile  :O

Jack Daniels?


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - EcceQuamBonum - 10-16-2012

Old Weller Antique, neat.

There may be more in my future:  I'm grading essays.


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - strommer - 10-17-2012

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Ain't no shame in my game. College is rough on the wallet  :eyeroll:


Re: What are you sipping RIGHT NOW? - moneil - 10-17-2012

(10-17-2012, 08:58 PM)strommer Wrote: [Image: natural-light.jpg]

Ain't no shame in my game. College is rough on the wallet  :eyeroll:

Ah yes, I remember the days, though they were almost 4 decades ago (class of 1973, B.Sci. Animal Science).  I remember a Friday night when the fraternity roomie and I wanted to do something, and we each had a dollar.  Back then at a local student tavern a pitcher of Olympia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympia_Brewing_Company could be had for $1.25 and a heaping pie tin of fresh popcorn for $0.25.  After our evening "on the town" we each had a quarter, which was about a dime shy of buying a gallon of gasoline (we walked the 10 blocks to the tavern, and then back to the house).