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  • peiking

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  • tokyo

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  • singapore (again)

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  • bangkok (again)

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  • calcutta

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    2 14.29%
  • munich

    5 35.71%
  • amsterdam

    2 14.29%
  • paris

    3 21.43%
  • london (again)

    2 14.29%
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Thread: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

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    Or they don’t need anything. Aging beers necessarily loses character. I’ve tasted literally one beer that has benefited from aging. That was Huna down at Cigar City. And that might have just been a downright better batch.

    You might not like drunken, syrupy messes like I do though. I like the taste of the barrel. I love it when I can almost chew the beer. I’m finding my wine profile is about the same.
    I like both the booziness of a fresh BA or thick stout, and the smoothness of an aged one. Batches are different, you are correct. For example this year's Darkness is just too new. It needs aging. Last year's was good fresh. 3 Floyd's Dark Lord is notorious for needing aging; drinking it fresh just doesn't taste as good. When I did the 13 year vertical of Dark Lord at a bottle share (yes, you read that right; 2004-2016) you could taste the arc from too old to too new. It was definitely an educational experience.
    Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

    Has this newspaper article been posted on USCHO before? http://elf.elynah.com/read.php?1,211565

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

    Good afternoon Lodge.

    Little gII and I went pheasant hunting this morning. Perfect weather. Started out 25 degrees and warmed up to 40 degrees. No wind and clear blue skies.

    Little gII and I were crossing a slough that was about 100 yards wide and quarter mile long and through the middle of it there was a lttle creek. The grass and cattails were six to eight feet tall. The grass on the ground was thick and matted and the ground near and around the creek was standing water ranging from a few inches to a foot deep or so. Anyways, when we crossed the creek the first time I took the lead and instructed little gII to follow my steps exactly as I was cautious and stepping on solid ground. We made it through with dry feet. On the way back Little gII took the lead. Famous last words as we approached the wet area and the creek?????? “I got this!” He ended up stepping in the creek which was knee deep and he tripped and did a face first Lipton tea right in the water. We had to stop and take a break from laughing so hard. We didn’t get any birds but that little mishap was fricken awesome/priceless and made the whole tip worth it. .
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    *HT. In OT. Again...
    It was an honor to present your colors, RPI. Let's Go 'TUTE!
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    Ahh crap I agree exactly with what FlagDude said.
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

    *grabs a stool*

    *breaks it over the *HT*
    It was an honor to present your colors, RPI. Let's Go 'TUTE!
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    Ahh crap I agree exactly with what FlagDude said.
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    Sushi bar HT...
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    Pre-emptive *HT. Ugh. Disgusting.
    Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

    Quote Originally Posted by gmann View Post
    Good afternoon Lodge.

    Little gII and I went pheasant hunting this morning. Perfect weather. Started out 25 degrees and warmed up to 40 degrees. No wind and clear blue skies.

    Little gII and I were crossing a slough that was about 100 yards wide and quarter mile long and through the middle of it there was a lttle creek. The grass and cattails were six to eight feet tall. The grass on the ground was thick and matted and the ground near and around the creek was standing water ranging from a few inches to a foot deep or so. Anyways, when we crossed the creek the first time I took the lead and instructed little gII to follow my steps exactly as I was cautious and stepping on solid ground. We made it through with dry feet. On the way back Little gII took the lead. Famous last words as we approached the wet area and the creek?????? “I got this!” He ended up stepping in the creek which was knee deep and he tripped and did a face first Lipton tea right in the water. We had to stop and take a break from laughing so hard. We didn’t get any birds but that little mishap was fricken awesome/priceless and made the whole tip worth it. .
    Awesome!

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    mookie misses Bangkok
    a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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    Good Afternoon. Mookie!


    Good Morning to the rest of tLodge!

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge 193 — where should Mookie visit next?

    Quote Originally Posted by gmann View Post
    Good afternoon Lodge.

    Little gII and I went pheasant hunting this morning. Perfect weather. Started out 25 degrees and warmed up to 40 degrees. No wind and clear blue skies.

    Little gII and I were crossing a slough that was about 100 yards wide and quarter mile long and through the middle of it there was a lttle creek. The grass and cattails were six to eight feet tall. The grass on the ground was thick and matted and the ground near and around the creek was standing water ranging from a few inches to a foot deep or so. Anyways, when we crossed the creek the first time I took the lead and instructed little gII to follow my steps exactly as I was cautious and stepping on solid ground. We made it through with dry feet. On the way back Little gII took the lead. Famous last words as we approached the wet area and the creek?????? “I got this!” He ended up stepping in the creek which was knee deep and he tripped and did a face first Lipton tea right in the water. We had to stop and take a break from laughing so hard. We didn’t get any birds but that little mishap was fricken awesome/priceless and made the whole tip worth it. .
    How old are Little gI and gII?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    How old are Little gI and gII?
    9 and 11.

    Good morning Lodge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmann View Post
    9 and 11.

    Good morning Lodge.
    That seems impossible!

    Good Morning Lodge!

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    Mornin' Lodge. Standard Sunday of churchin' and rest.
    Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
    Tastes like a warm summer day. -Raylan Givens

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    Good Morning, Lodge!

    Been busy throwing Christmas all over the house. New place, need to decorate as much as possible. I even crocheted the tree skirt. Next up, stockings followed by making as many batches of caramels as I humanly can. If you are wondering, I have 2 trees. A 4' and 6'.
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    HHT. Sweep, with one SO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    50.0 miles to go.
    18.2 miles to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    18.2 miles to go.
    C'mon... you can knock that out after lunch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady wore Black View Post
    Good Morning, Lodge!

    Been busy throwing Christmas all over the house. New place, need to decorate as much as possible. I even crocheted the tree skirt. Next up, stockings followed by making as many batches of caramels as I humanly can. If you are wondering, I have 2 trees. A 4' and 6'.
    Fun stuff. Doing that after grading. We have a 4 ft table topper tree that has all the crystal, Lenox, blown glass, etc ornaments on it and a fresh cut one that is about 7+ ft that has all the other kinds of ornaments on it. Those are up but the rest of the house is not close to being decked out.

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