Here we go baseball, here we go. Clap clap.
This year’s Mission:Impossible was Rogue Nation, not Ghost Protocol, not that the names make any difference or sense.
Good. Almost too good.
Hey. This is sort of wrong, because Amazon Prime is (almost always, in my experience) on items from Amazon in the first place. Sure, maybe those third-party merchants who are in on the Prime program will restrict their shipping policies to geographically convenient places, but that’s hardly the majority of Prime… Read more
You’re clearly an idiot, so I’ve dismissed your multiple attempts at making a very dumb comment as a courtesy.
Send me your review of Lucky Buddha's character and ingredients when it's published, and I will link to it here.
We planned our wedding at Chik-fil-A. I stopped that fancy dining shit fast and in a hurry.
It's a good beer. But my first encounter with Abita was as a teenager, when I took my high school girlfriend to The Melting Pot and, in a bid to be fancy, ordered a $4 cane sugar root beer in a frosted glass. Purple Haze isn't quite that good, and neither is The Melting Pot, but anyway I married her so what else do… Read more
Ok, I will.
I am not a terribly go-outta-my-way-to-be-social type of guy, but I also find that talking to the fans near you, who in most cases are actually the people who "own" the seats they're in, can yield some interesting perspectives and make the game even more fun. This applies to basketball, hockey and baseball much more… Read more
I linked to this in the post. Thanks.
The liquid in the bottle was beer. Pretty sure I covered that.
You said in 3 sentences what I tried to say in 1200 words! Except I said a bunch of other cool, funny stuff as well. And I am very handsome also, apropos of nothing. I agree with you though.
That's cute...you still drink commercial swill? I'm a homebrewer myself. I'll never go back to supermarket suds.
It most certainly does not.
It's very drinkable, without being what some people would say is "watery" or flavorless. It strikes me as a great candidate for beer cocktails, or maybe serving as a ginger beer substitute in a mule?