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re: Clear bag policies at sporting events don't make any sense - BottomlandBrew
At the Music City bowl a few years back my wife tried to take her non-clear purse in and was stopped. A random person further back in line flagged us down and let us put my wife's entire purse in their clear bag. Got through with no issues. ...
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re: Anyone on here ever ran or tried to run a marathon? - BottomlandBrew
I've done one full and a few halfs. I respect the hell out of anyone who does a full. I didn't run a marathon for anyone but myself, and I did it, and I feel good about that. That shite was no joke for me. Training was the hardest part. Getting home from work and feeling beat and then having to lace ...
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re: Meanwhile in Mexico, people tap into gas pipeline to steal gas - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Is it bad I laughed at all the people running around on fire[/quote] It's just a sign that you're a shitty person. ...
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re: Chili with Pics - BottomlandBrew
[quote]If you do not use tomatoes, then what do you replace it with for liquid purposes if all is equal. [/quote] I get enough liquid from blending the dried peppers with beef stock and from the beer. ...
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re: Chili with Pics - BottomlandBrew
Upvote. Very nice. That's similar to my recipe. I use a heavy stout instead of a lager, no tomatoes, and if I do add ground meat, I use ground hot sausage. I'm also a fan of beans despite the haters. If you want to try something a little different, throw some lemongrass, fish sauce, and cilantro...
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re: ADVICE-Trip to Tokyo - BottomlandBrew
We didn't see all that much in Tokyo, but I have a few suggestions in and around Shinjuku. Stuff your face on yakitori in Omoide Yokocho. The national garden is awesome if you're a plant nerd like myself. Get lost in the Shinjuku station, which is easy to do whether you intend to get lost or...
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re: Rental car for Tulum - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Better take a shuttle, that is not the safest drive [/quote] It's probably the safest highway in Mexico. When we went we originally had a car rented from National, but when we showed up it was a shitshow at that place, so we walked next door to Alamo and got a car. Super easy. We drove...
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re: So EA cancels new Star Wars open world game - BottomlandBrew
[quote]How can Disney possibly be pleased with how EA is handling Star Wars games? [/quote] Probably the same way they can be pleased with TLJ. ...
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re: Winter 2019 Cold blast and southern snow discussion thread - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Annnd it's gone on the 00z [/quote] If you're watching run to run for winter weather in the south, you'll go crazy. Always look at ensembles until you're within short range model territory, and even then expect a last minute NW jump. Here in middle Tennessee I feel good if we're ~75-100 mi...
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re: Phillips Hue Lights - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Are these things worth it? [/quote] I'll never go back to non-smart lights again. I'm slowly converting my house to the Hues. I like when I pull in the driveway my lights come on. I like the wake-up function in the morning. I like how I can turn my side of the bed off and keep my wife's si...
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re: Compact / Front Pocket Wallets - BottomlandBrew
I have [link=(https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IEBS0EO/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1)]this one.[/link] Have my DL, a couple insurance cards, debit card, two credit cards, and my business cards. Plus cash. It gets a little wonky when you have a lot of cash. Also my business cards...
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re: Air Rifles - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Benjamin Titan NP .22[/quote] This is what I have. I no longer have a squirrel problem. ...
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re: Don’t pass out drunk at a Waffle House. Unless you like wearing food. - BottomlandBrew
And don't pass out at a Krystal if Alabama fans are present. You'll end up with more than food on your head. ...
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re: Why the Beer Stops Flowing When the Government Shuts Down - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Can anyone expound upon this further?[/quote] It's a crapshoot to get labels approved. [link=(https://www.thedailybeast.com/meet-the-beer-bottle-dictator)]LINK[/link]...
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re: After cancer diagnosis, man chooses to die sailing down the Mississippi River with his dog - BottomlandBrew
We camp on my wife's land near Carville pretty often and we've met a bunch of paddlers who come through on their way down. Canoes, kayaks, Huck Finn-style rafts, and DIY houseboats. You usually see a lot of them coming through late in the summer. All of them have been very nice and really interestin...
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re: Ask Chef Rob anything i might answer. - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Do you put them on whole?[/quote] I've seen people "flower" them, add a splash of vinegar so it pools some in the flower, and then smoke them that way. ...
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re: Anyone lived in Maine? - BottomlandBrew
[quote]New Englanders[/quote] Those baws outside of Portland are redneck as frick. We were driving through there and it was hard to tell if I was in the panhandle of Florida or New England because of all the doublewides and cars on blocks in front yards. ...
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re: The World's Top 10 beer destinations for 2019 - NOLA #3 - Rouge loves this title - BottomlandBrew
[quote]8. TOKYO, JAPAN [/quote] I tried a couple dozen Japanese craft beers while I was there. Only one was good enough for a second round. They have a long way to go. ...
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re: Puh-Kahn or Pee-can? Which one? - BottomlandBrew
Puh-kahn. And can anyone confirm this for me? In my plant ID class at LSU I was told the cajun term was "le pecané savage." I'm not sure if the professor was bullshiteting us or not. ...
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re: Best outdoor kegerator. - BottomlandBrew
Your best bet is to build your own using a chest freezer or fridge. I've had two outdoor kegerators - one was a chest freezer (eventually died) and one is an upright fridge. The summer heat is killer on the compressors, so don't waste your money on a fancy kegerator. Buy the hardware to convert a f...
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