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Old 10-10-07, 05:03 PM
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beer delivyery

Any of ya'll deliver beer in the Richardson area? I just opened my last cold beer and do not want to put on pants and go to the store.
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Was the beer in a box? Does the box fit around your waist? Problem solved, my friend.

Update: This requires a lot of beer, preferably a 30 pack.

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no box, but I like the way you think
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Originally Posted by colorider
Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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I learn through trial and error. The solution presented here is a hard lesson learned.
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jeff my friend, what you need is a keg, preferrably inside a mini fridge, with a tap on the top. This will solve many problems. Though you may need to devise some sort of lock for said tap. Your boys are still a tad young to let them sneak a beer when you're not looking.
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i heard that the guiness draught keg is worthless, all that comes out is fizz unless you let it sit for like an hour?
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i heard that the guiness draught keg is worthless, all that comes out is fizz unless you let it sit for like an hour?
You unchurched heathen. Blasphemy.
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You unchurched heathen. Blasphemy.
i guess i am wrong?
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I got your beer right here. And not that nasty crap that comes in 30 packs that they call beer.

Made 5 more gallons tonight.
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We talkin Harpoons IPA here? Someone bringing it in from Boston?? I'll pay.
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I am just poor white trash and I refilled the beer fridge with Bud Light last night. Ya'll are too slow for me.
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Originally Posted by colorider
Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Support your local brew houses...drink Texas brewed beer like Shiner or Saint Arnolds (among others).

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Originally Posted by dr. nate
Support your local brew houses...drink Texas brewed beer like Shiner or Saint Arnolds (among others).

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Not if they taste like pee!*?!!

By the way...I'm just assuming pee tastes like Bud Light (sorry jsharr).
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there is no accounting for taste when it comes to beer. One of my football watching buddies is into all the micro brews and exotic ales and pilsners and lagers and stuff. I like maybe one in four beers he serves me. At least I know what to expect out of Bud Light. Shiner is a player in my rotation as well. will give st. arnolds a try, thanks nate.
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Originally Posted by colorider
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Originally Posted by mtnbk3000
i heard that the guiness draught keg is worthless, all that comes out is fizz unless you let it sit for like an hour?
Worthless? Guinness in a keg is the most valuable of kegs
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