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Old 10-26-2004, 10:46 AM   #1
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What are some of your favorite Websites?

What are some of your favorite websites when you need to waste some time (other than discuss cooking of course).

One of my favorites is http://www.fark.com/. It is a great site that has links to tons of interesting stories.

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Old 10-26-2004, 11:06 AM   #2
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You mean other than the ones relating to beer and winemaking??


Ummmm.......

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Nope...Including those :)
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besides the howard stern fan club website , i only come here.
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http://www.coolquiz.com/ & www.barmeister.com

DC is my first choice though!
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Old 10-26-2004, 11:37 AM   #7
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The Homebrew Digest - http://hbd.org
Brews and Views Discussion Board - http://www.brewsandviews.com
Good Homebrewing - http://forums.delphiforums.com/homebrew007/start
Got Mead - http://www.gotmead.com

The Virtual Weber Bullet - http://www.virtualweberbullet.com

Yeah, that pretty much covers it.

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ronjohn, have you ever made mead? it's made from honey, right? i've had it in a few pubs, not bad, but i'll stick to guinness and bass...

ever have an irish car bomb? it's a boilermaker, made by putting a shot of bushmill's or jameson's into a pint o' guiness. that'll get the blarney started....
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ronjohn, have you ever made mead? it's made from honey, right? i've had it in a few pubs, not bad, but i'll stick to guinness and bass...

ever have an irish car bomb? it's a boilermaker, made by putting a shot of bushmill's or jameson's into a pint o' guiness. that'll get the blarney started....
Yep, made plenty of mead. Even have a bronze medal from a national competition to show for one of them. That particular one was of the margarita persuasion. Honey, limes, oranges, and agave nectar. All fermented out to taste like a sweet margarita. Never had it in pubs, but did bring back a macadamia blossom mead from Maui that was very nice.

Never had the car bomb that I can remember. I've done boilermakers before, but never recall one with guiness.

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I go to these alot. www.talktothehand.org and www.reefs.org
I also like this site www.loadyourown.com
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