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Old 04-23-2013, 11:12 PM   #12561
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Uh... That's what we all just said...
Maybe so but still mine was simple instead of going around your azz to get to your elbow.
I was racing and building small blocks and big blocks before the majority here were born.
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That's why the best way to tell is to look at the spacing of the exhaust ports.



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ummm... ok, I think I'll leave that straight line alone.
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Ever had mead? Its made from honey. I have had it and it is pretty good. Much better than Bud.
+1 on the mead. Awesome drink. It's good cold, it's good warm, it's good warm with spices like Christmas mulled wine.

One of my co-workers is a beekeeper. He made mead for a while. Said he quit because it was boring because it was so easy to do.
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I would have guessed differently due to your name

I want to try it but I feel like I need a greatsword and full armor to get the full experience.
Or you could just dress in very old clothes and wake up under a bridge!

Really, it's worth a try. Chaucer's Mead is pretty common commercially. Also Redstone Mountain Honey Wine.
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My nephew Zachariah. Can you believe he is only one week old?
My son was a little like that. 11 lb 7 oz at birth. He stayed about 3 months to the left of the 100th percentile on length and weight until about 1 year old!

Edit: At 1 year old we started making him feed himself. Within 6 months he was skinny and stayed that way until he enlisted in the Army!
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Maybe so but still mine was simple instead of going around your azz to get to your elbow.
Bahahahahahahahahaha! *snort
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The first gun is fun, but for gun #2, I can roll ctg's from sunburnt skin. They came out real nice, don't you think?

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I have had home-made mead several times and was intending to make my own someday, but I quit drinking back in September so it seems pointless to make it if I'm not going to drink it.

The thing is that every honey is different, so depending on the kind of honey you use it will impart different nuances into the mead. The only varietal honey I make with my bees is chestnut honey, and it is absolutely heavenly. I also can get a lot of money for it too (last year I charged $20 for a 3/4 lb jar and sold out in no time at all with no complaints) so if I can sell it for any asking price I can't see using it for mead. But I do wonder how it would taste!

I imagine that Tupelo honey would be a good choice for a nice light mead (tupelo is a light and gentle flavor, but very good) or maybe mesquite, which is dark and smoky flavored.

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I have had home-made mead several times and was intending to make my own someday, but I quit drinking back in September so it seems pointless to make it if I'm not going to drink it.

The thing is that every honey is different, so depending on the kind of honey you use it will impart different nuances into the mead. The only varietal honey I make with my bees is chestnut honey, and it is absolutely heavenly. I also can get a lot of money for it too (last year I charged $20 for a 3/4 lb jar and sold out in no time at all with no complaints) so if I can sell it for any asking price I can't see using it for mead. But I do wonder how it would taste!

I imagine that Tupelo honey would be a good choice for a nice light mead (tupelo is a light and gentle flavor, but very good) or maybe mesquite, which is dark and smoky flavored.
You could give it to me. Oh wait, I'm not drinking either, damn.
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