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John Roberts #618750 08/29/22 10:10 AM
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25 pages, 50k views, 250 posts under 'Bourbon'.

Thread needs further distillation. 80% of it is drivel not on the subject.

I enjoy a good discussion about our national drink, but this isn't... and wasn't back in 2019.

How about we just let this slide down the page and go back to discussing something of importance, like why springs don't break?


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Originally Posted by Shotgunjones
25 pages, 50k views, 250 posts under 'Bourbon'.

Thread needs further distillation. 80% of it is drivel not on the subject.

I enjoy a good discussion about our national drink, but this isn't... and wasn't back in 2019.

How about we just let this slide down the page and go back to discussing something of importance, like why springs don't break?

Sounds like you need a drink of bourbon. What's your preference?
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If you're buying, Baker's on clean cracked ice in a Rauk tumbler.


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Originally Posted by John Roberts
What's your preference?
JR

https://www.instacart.com/products/18276493-ten-high-bourbon-whiskey-kentucky-750-ml

I’ve been told this is a favorite of Teamsters sitting in their car out in the parking lot on their lunch break.


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Funny you mention that.

Alkies are creatures of habit.

Someone throws an empty 250ml plastic bottle from Popov in the ditch in front of my house a few times a week.
They collect at the flume.

The person must pound one almost everyday, and then tosses it in the same general location as they pass.
Like they gotta get it in before they arrive somewhere.


Out there doing it best I can.
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Originally Posted by Shotgunjones
If you're buying, Baker's on clean cracked ice in a Rauk tumbler.

How about Ten High in a red Solo cup.


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Originally Posted by lonesome roads
Originally Posted by Shotgunjones
If you're buying, Baker's on clean cracked ice in a Rauk tumbler.

How about Ten High in a red Solo cup.


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Go out and mow the grass. It's hot. You're sweaty.

Park the mower. Get a dry shirt.

Take a red Solo cup. Fill it halfway with ice. Add a double shot of Ten High. Add a splash of tonic. Top off with soda.

Park your considerable ass under a shade tree, and sip this through a straw. Your mood will slowly improve.

This is known as drinking 'long' or 'tall' and you will find considerable merit in this strategy.


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Originally Posted by Shotgunjones
Go out and mow the grass. It's hot. You're sweaty.

Park the mower. Get a dry shirt.

Take a red Solo cup. Fill it halfway with ice. Add a double shot of Ten High. Add a splash of tonic. Top off with soda.

Park your considerable ass under a shade tree, and sip this through a straw. Your mood will slowly improve.

This is known as drinking 'long' or 'tall' and you will find considerable merit in this strategy.

Thanks for that. I’ll consider it Plan B. I’ve got a feller somwers in Jawja that’s on a mission from God praying for me. I’m sticking with that strategy.


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Is this "Rauk" tumbler a cult item, like runcible spoons or Red Solo cups? Where can I get one?? RWTF


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Jeff will drop it off at your door. Buy two, if you have any friends.

https://www.amazon.com/Rauk-Heavy-Tumbler-Clear-250/dp/B09W9ZD61S


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