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    Quote Originally Posted by vonrichthofen54 View Post
    The best from Tennessee!
    I like you style!

    Here is something inspired by the thread:
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    Great pics gents!

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    Smooth selection Harry, that Pruner's stag is sipping good

    Must say though, I much prefer the American take on whiskey rather than Scots' whisky. But, if we all liked the same thing it would be a dull and possibly even more dangerous world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Power View Post
    Smooth selection Harry, that Pruner's stag is sipping good

    Must say though, I much prefer the American take on whiskey rather than Scots' whisky. But, if we all liked the same thing it would be a dull and possibly even more dangerous world.

    Regards, Will
    In the past , I preferred Bourbon , but my tastes have changed some over the years. I do not even drink much Scotch , but when I do , I prefer the Oban .

    Harry

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    Some good looking knives and beverages in here! I'm getting thirsty...
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    WTB GEC #15 Boy's Knives -- FarmBoy in Ebony or Nifebrite -- Single or two-blade Clip in Ebony, Nifebrite or Antique Yellow -- Sheepsfoot w/ SCOUT shield in Ebony

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    bozack, what can you tell me about Higher Math from Dogfish Head?? Thanks!

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    Higher Math was a good strong beer. I liked it. It is not overly sweet tasting but has some sweetness. It has a definite bite to it. It is in the dark and nasty zone that I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bozack View Post
    Higher Math was a good strong beer. I liked it. It is not overly sweet tasting but has some sweetness. It has a definite bite to it. It is in the dark and nasty zone that I like.
    Thanks for the review, bozack. "Dark and nasty" sounds pretty good to this old math prof; I think there's Higher Math in my future!

    - GT

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    old fashion, hold the cherry-
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDS View Post
    Excellent! And the knife looks good too! (jk - Gorgeous knife!)

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    -- Barrett

    WTB GEC #15 Boy's Knives -- FarmBoy in Ebony or Nifebrite -- Single or two-blade Clip in Ebony, Nifebrite or Antique Yellow -- Sheepsfoot w/ SCOUT shield in Ebony

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    Last edited by StoneBeard; 03-14-2016 at 08:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Engineer View Post


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    Is there a hidden meaning to this picture (they' re all leg cuttters?)

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    A great beer and an exceptional knife,

    RyePA from Philipsburg Brewing and a Texas jack by Tony Bose. If you ever drive through P-burg, Montana, be sure and stop for a pint. It is just an oustanding brewery, town, and the people are truly nice(and the scenery is exceptional).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolipapa View Post
    Is there a hidden meaning to this picture (they' re all leg cuttters?)
    I guess the meaning to the picture is : When drinking that Stuff , keep the blades closed !!!!!!

    Harry

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    LOL

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