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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Where Eagles Dare, Feb 1, 2012.
worse. at least conlaw was interesting
can't even feed their own country much less launch and ICBM
the canadian economy in pictures
Those actually look cool in this picture. Bet they suck in reality.
but seriously, extrapolate this map and talk about it... border cities, jobs in America, sticking a casino on niagara falls to get americans to come over etc etc make shit up
I have a soft spot for seals.
graph's only about a decade old there, swimmy
Paging 34 for current info.
It's fucking Canada. I doubt people have decided to move to the deep north.
ice road truckers brah
also, wtf 2001 was 11 years ago
fucking getting OLD
I mean if there's no McGriddles in Canada, then surely the Canadian population has diminished greatly.
Get to go back to work tomorrow. I've been on leave for the last week due to my school think I was on drugs because I was sick. They sent me to get drug tested last Thursday, wouldn't let me drive my truck home, took me home, and told me I couldn't work till the results came back. Fuckers didn't realize it would take so long. As expected by me, it came back clean. I'm beginning to think that these people just don't like me. Gotta go into work for a few hours tom morning.
Corky, do you really need a ride? Just drop down Lenox into DeKalb.
And stuhly, text me your address as well.
My fb is private and its just my initials, my profile pic is of Good Ol' Winston anyways. How do I make sure absolutely nothing pops up.
Hahaha I wasn't being serious.
god damn I love a McGriddle
holy shit awesome
That's awesome, reminds me of this:
I've seriously contemplated just getting rid of it now. I hate that shit and hardly get on there anymore anyways. Not too mention it's a lot safer from a job hunt wise if I can just be all "don't even have FB"
@dynkle , I'll be on in about 30 minutes
This looks like a fucking blast
barrel 4 very faulknerish imo
Pan sauteed a tuna filet and some scallops in olive oil and put a little glaze of orange ginger sesame sauce on the tuna and splashed some garlic salt on the scallops, add in some instant garlic butter potatoes. Add in some fancy plate presentation by piling all the shit on top of your potatoes. Eat gourmet for $12 from Kroger. Pretty fire. Can upgrade quality and get the same thing for around $20 from Earthfare.
I've got two 5 lb boston butts and some sirloin steak I cut into small strips for beef jerky that is soaking in teriyaki and cayenne pepper. Getting thrown on the smoker at 3AM.
Make something pretty legit and then use instant potatoes
i just grill burgers or porkchops marinated in dales with a premade salad mix for the ho
she thinks im fucking emril when i do that, while she owns 45 cookbooks
study skills bean, marlboro lights, grizzly mint, blue powerade thirstbuster and large black coffee for dinner tonight myself.
Dales is pretty good. Its the retards who marinate steaks in it that give it a bad name.
Best thing I can make is this chicken that is fucking amazing.
Marinate chicken breasts in Italian dressing with a little bit of butter mixed in, then grill those bitches up and pour the marinade over them while you grill.
Then you put them in a baking dish, cover them with slices of provolone and diced tomatoes, then cover it with tin foil and bake it for 15-20 minutes at like 300.
That chicken recipe does sound good
for steaks i do salt, pepper, throw some onions on top of it, maybe splashes of worsterhchihrshire and thats about it
Tonight a friend told me that McDonalds had an off menu item called the McGangbang, which he proceeded to successfully order... Double cheese with a McChicken in the middle. I didn't believe it till I saw it.
After searching... seems that the mcgangbang is
Didn't know people were too for Dales
It's not like it's Moore's or the Kroger off brand bull shit
Well now the Auburn fam is killing off people to hide the Cam stuff
Loose lips sink ships.
Loose women too.
Had an alumni even tonight. Twas an open bar and catered meal featuring the two best steaks I've ever had in my life.
Good morning, beloved fam.
Friday the 13th is as good a day as any to go golfing.
Morning everyone. Best hamburger recipe: Hoover Sauce, Pepper Juice, Tony's.
For the pepper juice.. you have to get the stuff that comes in the glass 1-gal jug. Can't settle for normal hot sauce.
Bigger beer container bill awaits vote in Alabama House
Published: Friday, April 13, 2012, 7:30 AM
In most Alabama counties, the largest legal container of beer is 16 ounces, like this Miller High Life can. Free the Hops is pushing for larger containers such as Good People's 22-ounce County Line and Westmalle's 25.4-ounce Belgian Tripel.BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Alabama brewers and craft beer advocates don't want the Alabama House of Representatives to announce "last call" on this legislative session before taking up a bill for bigger beer containers already passed by the Alabama Senate.
The Alabama Brewers Guild and the Free the Hops organization have been pushing for what is called the "Gourmet Bottle Bill," or SB-294, which passed the upper chamber on Feb. 21. The bill would boost the legal size of beer containers across the state to up to 25.4 ounces, from the current 16-ounce limit allowed in most of the state.The Alabama Brewers Guild has researched local exceptions to state beer container size laws and have found that more than previously thought -- 13 counties in all -- already have local enabling legislation allowing beer containers up to 24 ounces, 32 ounces and even 40 ounces in Perry County.
Advocates believe having so many current exceptions to the state law bolsters their argument that all counties that allow beer sales should be permitted to sell beer in larger containers. They said it would open the door for several craft beers currently not sold in the state.Moreover, Birmingham and other state breweries have said they would like to release their own beers in the bigger containers. Birmingham's own Good People Brewing Co. has done so, but could sell it only in a county where the bigger bottle was allowed."Retailers in Jefferson, Madison, Mobile and all other wet counties should have the same opportunity to sell larger bottles and cans," Gabe Harris, president of Free the Hops, wrote on the organization's website this week. "If citizens in those thirteen counties can buy beer in containers above 16 ounces, why can't citizens in the other wet counties as well?"The new legislation would not allow large container beer sales in cities or counties that are currently "dry" or do not allow alcohol sales. It would only apply to those "wet" cities and counties where alcohol sales are allowed.Stuart Carter, a past president and current board member at Free the Hops, said considering the existence of bigger beer containers in other parts of the state, the new legislation seems even more reasonable than originally thought.
View full size"We have 41 wet counties, so nearly a third of the wet counties allow containers larger than 16 ounces already," he said. "So, why should only 13 counties have this option? Why not all of the wet counties?"
The Senate bill version has passed through the House tourism and economic development committee and is awaiting a vote of the full House."We're in a great position that we can bring up either the House bill or the Senate bill," Carter said.
Carter said the bill has the support of brewers, beer wholesalers and distributors, beer retailers and beer consumers, as was evident by the meeting in the House committee attended by representatives from all."We have all four tiers of the three-tier system," Carter said. "We've got the breweries, we've got the wholesalers, we've got the retailers and, oh yeah, the people who buy the stuff."Carter said in addition to Free the Hops and the Alabama Wholesale Beer Association, the committee meeting included representatives from Birmingham's The J. Clyde pub, Avondale Brewing Co. and the future Hop City beer store coming to Pepper Place. Back Forty Beer Co. in Gadsden also had a representative there, Carter said."You had standing in there representatives of four business that between them accounted for nearly 50 jobs and probably a couple of million dollars in investment in the state," Carter said.Carter said the Hop City representative told the committee he recently ran the numbers on its Atlanta store and discovered 12 percent of their business, or just under $400,000, was from Alabama. He also said 32 percent of the store's business is in containers larger than 16 ounces.Kraig Torres, chief executive of Hop City, said he is opening the Birmingham store in June on the gamble that the new law passes."It's because of this bill passing that we're coming to Alabama this year," Torres said. "If we didn't think it was going to pass in 2012, we wouldn't be coming there. It's that simple."Because the bill has such broad support and no real opposition, Carter said the biggest concern is something unrelated to the bill bogging down the House before the bill gets brought up for a vote."We have no idea what could come out of left field and destroy the productivity of the Legislature," he said.Assuming that does not happen, Carter said he hopes the bill passes before the end of this month."If we could do that, this year's Magic City Brewfest could have an awful lot more breweries at it," he said, referring to the annual event Free the Hops hosts at Sloss Furnaces, scheduled for June 1-2."I can't name names, but I've got a mental checklist of breweries that are just about ready to pull the trigger on coming to Alabama, but that trigger will not be pulled unless we pass the container size bill," Carter said. "I could name three or four craft breweries that would just have you drooling helplessly in sheer joy at the thought of being able to buy them in your local store."But Carter said it would also be good to buy Good People Brewing Co.'s County Line line of beers in Birmingham, but its 22-ounce container size currently makes that illegal."I have to admit I've driven from Birmingham to Coosa County to buy a beer brewed in Birmingham," he said. "That's absurd."
i cant imagine why perry county, in the heart of the blackbelt, allows forties
Can a just get his Bud Light in a 24 ounce can in Shelby, please?
Educate a retard on what those are
Where are you golfing at today wu?
I'm just here for the thread title.
I'd hate to play behind Wu's group. It would turn a round of golf into an all day affair.
The map is funny with pretty much all of the black belt allowing 32 oz. Now that river season is almost here we just need Sunday beer sales in Marengo county
That's the reason I would never play at Indian pines. Hated those damn walking Asians
It's so annoying when people walk on busy days. If it was a random Wednesday am round then yeah that's fine, not a on a gd Saturday afternoon.
Oh hey, guys...just wanted to let you know I WON'T be at A-day....because I have to chaperone the fucking prom.
Ok Decker... Thanks for letting us know.
just take some x and you'll be fine ask kenny