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Old 03-30-2005, 06:48 PM   #1471
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Thanks Kath.....this just arrived.

http://www.addabrewpub.com/
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Old 03-30-2005, 06:51 PM   #1472
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*Thier melts in the face of Bang's humble charm...* Sorry if I hurt your feelings, Bang, but you do have a tendency to charge ahead. Strong, creative "idea" people tend to do that, and everyone else runs along behind shouting, "Wait for me!!...Wait for me!!"

I'd like the first turn at the poker table...Are we playing for chips or pennies or...??
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Old 03-30-2005, 06:51 PM   #1473
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Ok Kath....I would love to do be your trainer if you can't find anyone.
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Old 03-30-2005, 06:54 PM   #1474
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*Thier melts in the face of Bang's humble charm...* Sorry if I hurt your feelings, Bang, but you do have a tendency to charge ahead. Strong, creative "idea" people tend to do that, and everyone else runs along behind shouting, "Wait for me!!...Wait for me!!"

I'd like the first turn at the poker table...Are we playing for chips or pennies or...??
The buy in is 25 bucks and you get 200 bucks in chips. Winner takes all. We need 8 players to start.
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Old 03-30-2005, 06:58 PM   #1475
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Thier ......would you like to go shopping for a chandelier to hang over the poker table? You can spend as much as you like.
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Old 03-30-2005, 07:01 PM   #1476
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BAng, you're Barb's exclusive trainer!
<loudspeaker comes back on: Still accepting applications...>

I love the microbrewery! Only 30 square feet, huh? What are you demolishing for it? (and can I help? I'm pretty good at that stuff)

question: if the buy in for poker is $25, and you get $200 in chips...where did those other $125 in chips come from?

I say buy in is a flat benji. No limit hold 'em.
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Old 03-30-2005, 07:18 PM   #1477
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Thanks Kath.....this just arrived.

http://www.addabrewpub.com/
Malt extract?????

NO GRAINS??!?!?!

NO BREWMASTER?!?!?!?!

Bang! You're killing me!!!!!!

I'll be off in the corner if anyone needs me.......

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Old 03-30-2005, 09:25 PM   #1478
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You're welcome Alix.

Sushi, did you say we have an aquarium? I always forgot to feed my fish so here's a back-up recipe. (Hope it brings a giggle.)

Aquarium Jello
4 envelopes gelatin
Blue Curacao liqueur
Purple Endive
assorted gummi fish
1 package candy

Use a new or well-cleaned goldfish bowl. Mix gelatin according to package directions, substituting curacao for water in whatever ratio you prefer. Place the hard candies in the bowl. When gelatin is cool but not yet setting up, pour it slowly into the bowl and be careful not to disturb the candies or the color will run. Cool until half-set then add foliage and fish, placing them with strands of spaghetti. Refrigerate until serving-time.

I've Gotta do that!!!!! Thanks!


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Old 03-30-2005, 09:51 PM   #1479
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Malt extract?????

NO GRAINS??!?!?!

NO BREWMASTER?!?!?!?!

Bang! You're killing me!!!!!!

I'll be off in the corner if anyone needs me.......

John
Hey! Come out of the corner. We could use some help with the first recipe. I was thinkin maybe a Mild English Ale that ya can drink alot of and not get wasted.It will make the local cops happy too. What do you think? Don't forget we got to run this by Sushi.
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Old 03-30-2005, 09:54 PM   #1480
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Ahem! I thought I heard my drink order come up as I was washing my hands in the restroom. What happened to my half-caf vanilla latte with rum?

Thanks for the manual Bang.
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How come when I asked for gym equipment so I wouldn't have to drive there each day, noooooooooooooooobody cared...all of a sudden Popeye...er..I mean Barbara shows up and it's "let's build her a room".........(*sigh*)
jkath, the secret is all in the amount of the bribe.

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