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Old 09-09-2010, 08:52 PM   #1
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Whatever happened to "Beer can cold"??
Good for the "basic" techs.
Beer can cold.


Yuri you hafta to stop hiring Newfis ~sigh~

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I hear you have sucked back a few brewskies in your time.
The good stuff
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i like where this thread is going, completely derailed and now discussing beer
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i like where this thread is going, completely derailed and now discussing beer
The OP got his answer early on.

Nimrod or Dimrod or Greenarrow(what ever the poser's name was) can be thanked for derailment.


And, Yuri, I never tried Moose Head beer. But I hear it's available at one of the local watering holes.

Might try one.
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Its Newfie beer. LOL. Good Stuff though.
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The OP got his answer early on.

Nimrod or Dimrod or Greenarrow(what ever the poser's name was) can be thanked for derailment.


And, Yuri, I never tried Moose Head beer. But I hear it's available at one of the local watering holes.

Might try one.
Don't want the moose head

This one is on me
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I prefer domestic water.

Mine comes in a neat can or bottle. The mountains on it turn blue when its cold enough to drink.

Coors light.
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Did this turn into the un-offical:::: who's drinking with me tonight????

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Not really. It just lets the OP get responses to his question(if anyone desires to answer), without having to read about beer.

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