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  1. #41
    Bourbonian of the Year 2011
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    Ozark wood is a literary, or quasi-literary, way of referring to charred oak containers.

    In my second life I want to be a scientist but I am still in my first one and it leaves traces I can't always efface..

    Gary

  2. #42
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    Talking Ozark Wood

    Quote Originally Posted by pepcycle
    Ozark Wood???
    Wood with no teeth?
    What distinguishes Ozark Wood?
    (What happened to that Stickpoke emoticon)
    Hmmm, where I come from, Ozark Wood was what you got when your teenage cousin Merleen come up outta the crick wearin nothin but a smile.....
    Dane
    I don't drink to excess. But I'll drink to most anything else.

  3. #43
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    (What happened to that Stickpoke emoticon)
    If you go advanced and click on the smilie drop-down there is a "show all smilies" that will give all the old ones.
    2010 Bourbonian of the Year

    As long as you have good whiskey you're not "unemployed", you're "Funemployed!!!"

    I'm no Pappyophile

  4. #44
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    can you explain "go advanced"? I tried the search....I'm a computer looser! Help!!!
    Todd

  5. #45
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    Link to My Reply in the Software Forum (and ETL)

    Click here for info regarding "Go Advanced."

    Getting back to the original subject of this thread, here's what I had to say about Elmer T. Lee in the WBAYDN thread recently:

    "Earlier this evening I really enjoyed my glass of Elmer T. Lee, the outgoing Bourbon of the Month. The pumpkin pie spice and hint of cinnamon are still there. I find it hard to believe that I once likened this bourbon to Lavoris mouthwash."

    After I finish this bottle, I will be looking to replace it the next time I return to civilization.

    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield
    Last edited by bluesbassdad; 01-31-2006 at 00:55.
    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield

    Dog Lover, Euphonium Player, Campfire Guitarist, Marksman,

  6. #46
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    Oh, lets see. Some things might change from stylesheet to stylesheet.

    I'm using Red2Black.

    But if you follow Dave's Instructions for the WYSISYG, and your using that stylesheet, when you click the QR(quick reply) box it sends you to the bottom of the page to a text box and below the box is a "go advanced" button. That takes you to a full editor with a drop down menu for smilies. At the bottom of the list is the "show all smilies" I referred to.

    I think I need to spend some time with the other sheets to learn more about them(but they're so damn bright ).

    Interesting, as I was scrolling though the list there are some in the chatroom that aren't here
    2010 Bourbonian of the Year

    As long as you have good whiskey you're not "unemployed", you're "Funemployed!!!"

    I'm no Pappyophile

  7. #47
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    Hey, it works.

    Colonel Ed
    Bourbonian of the Year 2006

    Comissioned by Paul Patton, 1999

    "It ain't the booze that brings me in here, it's the solace it distills"

  8. #48
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    Thumbs up

    I'm giving ETL a last pour tonight as outgoing BOTM. It has been good and one to remember....and, continue to enjoy. Again, an excellent choice!! Thanx!!!

  9. #49
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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by ProofPositive
    I'm giving ETL a last pour tonight as outgoing BOTM. It has been good and one to remember....and, continue to enjoy. Again, an excellent choice!! Thanx!!!
    Reading your post tonight I realized I had unwittingly done the same -- wished the BotM a fond farewell on its final day!
    ____ ____
    Barrel_Proof

  10. #50
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    Alas, as it is going out I have finally been able to rangle myself a couple bottles to be picked up on Sat. I look forward to a nice taste and I wait with anticipation for the next BOTM!
    Todd

 

 

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