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Old 10-06-2011, 02:19 PM   #7411
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I prefer Knob Creek.
I wanted to try it but despite all the other premium beverages, it seemed they were out the Crown Royale was pretty good though.
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Old 10-06-2011, 05:09 PM   #7412
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Good to know. My house was built in the early 1940's and it has 'real' plaster walls and brick on the outside. I like my house is very sturdy but the plaster walls make it hard to hang anything on the walls.
Had that problem at an apartment i rented in Memphis; i found these hooks that would allow me to drop lines down from the groovy old crown molding to hang stuff. I also used those big "binder clips" to hold a string of rope lights all the way around the molding, groovy mood lighting.


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Hmm, anyone have crown royal? I'm in line at wally world to buy it, never had it before.
I find it difficult to fathom someone never having tried Crown. It is not my favorite, but it is generally well liked. I prefer a sweet bourbon like black label Evan Williams.

A female drinking buddy of mine finally convinced me to try Jack Daniels with Diet Coke as a mixer; i've never been a huge Jack Daniels fan and have always detested Diet Coke. Together, they are delicious. (anybody asks, it's for your girl)
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Ahhh time for the dreaded homework.

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Had that problem at an apartment i rented in Memphis
Which part? Midtown?
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Which part? Midtown?
Yup, nice old building on Poplar at Clark place a couple of blocks East of Cleveland. If you like lesbian neighbors, it is THE place to live. Also convenient shopping nearby for many, many things, most of which scare me. Neighborhood had a lot of "character". It was also a nice one bedroom for about $425/month. If somebody needed a weekly rent, the place on the other corner of Clark Place could accomodate. Got a lot of nice memories from that apartment; almost caused a wreck trying to learn to cast a flyrod in the courtyard.

As a bonus, the place was built in the 1930's or thereabouts, so centrally metered electricity FTW!
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Yup, nice old building on Poplar at Clark place a couple of blocks East of Cleveland. If you like lesbian neighbors, it is THE place to live. Also convenient shopping nearby for many, many things, most of which scare me. Neighborhood had a lot of "character". It was also a nice one bedroom for about $425/month. If somebody needed a weekly rent, the place on the other corner of Clark Place could accomodate. Got a lot of nice memories from that apartment; almost caused a wreck trying to learn to cast a flyrod in the courtyard.

As a bonus, the place was built in the 1930's or thereabouts, so centrally metered electricity FTW!
Lol yep, sounds like Midtown to me. There are also a lot of hippies there now from what I hear. They do have some cheap rooms there. A wreck!?
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I still miss having a lil dude to dig my cans out of the trash. They are afraid to do it down here, too many dipspit cans.

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I think Shihan makes this place pretty lively. So, besides learning about guns, I'm having fun. Thanks, Shihan.

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I still miss having a lil dude to dig my cans out of the trash. They are afraid to do it down here, too many dipspit cans.
O - I'm actually having porridge for breakfast this morning.
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I think Shihan makes this place pretty lively. So, besides learning about guns, I'm having fun. Thanks, Shihan.
Yes yes, Shi is rather funny.
looking at the Actual FTF page is kinda odd, I use the app so much. Blasted phone, It allows me to spoil myself technologically. Instant gratification and all that noise, or so I think the term is.
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