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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    This time last year I was drinking that "sick bay alcohol" since I was in Iran. There is NO way you wouldn't be able to tell the difference, even if you've got the palate of an anteater. The buzz is weird too, not very pleasant.

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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    I'm sorry,.........could you please repeat that?
    "You can't claim to have been drinkin all day if you don't start first thing in the mornin."

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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    Yes repeat, but not too loudly please.

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    Re: Operation Swill

    I worked in restaurants for years and never saw anyone do this. Just seems like a shady practice done by shady people. I wouldn't say it's the norm.

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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    Quote Originally Posted by Wryguy View Post
    This time last year I was drinking that "sick bay alcohol" since I was in Iran. There is NO way you wouldn't be able to tell the difference, even if you've got the palate of an anteater. The buzz is weird too, not very pleasant.
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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    I'm pretty sure my dossier is a mile thick, but it's mostly full of red herrings and dead-ends, with a few snapped g-strings and a bunch of broken hearts tossed in for good measure No bullshit, there are many reasons it took me a decade to work up the courage to go there. The fear of NSA attention being the least of them. But wanderlust has always driven my mendicant soul, and I felt like trying to see the world without even knowing the place where I was born was a pretty disingenuous way of going about things, but I seriously digress...

    Back on topic sometimes I suspect that there are a couple of local places in MA that cut their booze with ethyl alcohol or other cheaper stuff, but I don't frequent any bars where I would suspect the quality of what I'm being served.

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    Re: Rubbing them the wrong way

    This is precisely why when I am out and order a mixed drink I request the well.......................that and I'm a cheap bastard......................................sorry Mom....
    "You can't claim to have been drinkin all day if you don't start first thing in the mornin."

 

 

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