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Old 11-30-2012, 03:42 PM   #85
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I could never figure out the big deal about Hooked on Phonics. Who doesn't know how to sound out a word? Then I had kids. Talk about something that would drive you to drink is helping a kid with spelling lessons who was being taught "word recognition".
I before E except after whisky. Then it's anybody's guess.

True or False: Pecans - rhymes with trash cans?
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True or False: Pecans - rhymes with trash cans?
"Pashcans????"

If you say so.....
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:50 PM   #87
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"Pashcans????"

If you say so.....
Easy for you to say!
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Easy for you to say!
Only because I just chugged a whole bottle of this:

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In p'cola it's "pea-con" pie, or pconpie with a silent p. Without equivocation. But we digress.....
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I'm passing this on because it's working for me.

A doctor on TV said that in order to have inner peace in our lives after
reading certain forum threads, we should always finish things that we start. Since we all
could use more calm in our lives, I looked around my house to find things I'd
started & hadn't finished.

I finished a bottle of Scotch, a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Chardonnay, a bodle of Baileys,
a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiuminun scriptins, an a box a choclutz.
Yu has no idr how fablus I feel rite now.

Sned this to all ur frenz who need inner piss afer redin ur psots.
An telum u luvum.
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I'm passing this on because it's working for me.

A doctor on TV said that in order to have inner peace in our lives after
reading certain forum threads, we should always finish things that we start. Since we all
could use more calm in our lives, I looked around my house to find things I'd
started & hadn't finished.

I finished a bottle of Scotch, a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Chardonnay, a bodle of Baileys,
a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiuminun scriptins, an a box a choclutz.
Yu has no idr how fablus I feel rite now.

Sned this to all ur frenz who need inner piss afer redin ur psots.
An telum u luvum.
Nite Nite then.

Oh and I found another bottle on the shelf. Annie has already decorated it for the holiday. It's called Cigar Scotch and sits by my humidor. It's ok but I'd pony up a few more dollars for something else next time. Variety is good though.

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LOL. The "guy was blind drunk" and scotch was the cure. I'm going to remember that the next time I have a headache or a cold.

You pointed the windshield south yet? I found another couple bottles in the medicine cabinet the other day. Glenrothes 1991 (not their best recipe year but effective).
Keep tempting me and I'll end up parking beside Wayne in your driveway.
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I had the good fortune of spending large amounts of time in the UK and Ireland and got quite into Whisky and visited a number of distilleries with my wife. Our preference tends to run to the heavily peated Islay drams; with Ardbeg being at the top. That said, over time, since I end up buying much more than I drink, I've amassed a decent selection that even includes a few 30 year old Japanese bottles!

BTW, if one finds themselves in Scotland, Balvenie has an outstanding extended tour that takes about 4 hours and goes through their entire process in great detail (including a tasting of a number of bottlings, including some 'new make' spirit). I think the tour is about $100/person, but it's well worth it!

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Crown Royal and 7 for me please.......but I'm not fussy.

I am a social drinker.....someone says I'm gonna have a drink.....I say so shall I
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@SteveLevin- Hey, I'm a big Ardberg fan as well!

Speaking of tours, anyone take any bourbon distillery or other whiskey tours?
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Crown and 7up or Jim Beam and 7 or Jack Daniels and Coke. The drink of my youth.
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I'd love to do the bourbon tour with the RV this coming summer... just not sure if I'll have the time.

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Speaking of tours, anyone take any bourbon distillery or other whiskey tours?
Here's a link to a National Geographic "Drive of a Lifetime":

Road Trip: Bourbon Trail, Kentucky -- National Geographic

DW made me tour a number of the Kentucky distilleries last summer. Thoroughly enjoyable trip. One word of advice, FWIW, the distillery gift shops are happy to sell you their product. There are MANY local sources that are less expensive than the gift shops.

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