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Author:  ChickenMug [ 21 Aug 2006, 09:54 ]
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1. Grendel ("Beowulf")
2. Moby-Dick
3. The Hypnotoad ("Futurama")
4. The Jaguar Shark ("The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"
5. Garfield.
– Ruby Vroom of Edgewater, Fla.

1. Woodstock, Garfield
2. Rocko, Rocko’s Modern Life
3. Brain, Inspector Gadget
4. Gecko, from Geico
5. Dino, The Flintstones
– Shaina Coleman of Edgewater, Fla.


:lol:

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:00 ]
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Right next to each other too, even when I used 2 different addresses.



sigh.


So..


Jeff won.

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:00 ]
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This Jeff

"Those mugs really do have powers... to turn people into gigantic twatsloppers. "

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:01 ]
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and that Jeff

"Sorry, I don't leave comments for elitist mug holders... except this one explaining the aforementioned policy"

Author:  ChickenMug [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:03 ]
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i always laugh when mine is right next to the neuromed center entry
this time he separated them
usually it looks like he just cut and pasted from my email

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:03 ]
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and this Jeff too:

"And I've regretted it ever since. If I win that shit I'm giving it away."

Author:  ChickenMug [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:07 ]
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don't forget the part where he
said he was going to destroy the mug

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 21 Aug 2006, 10:13 ]
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We'll see if he changes his tune...

Author:  SHARPPIE [ 21 Aug 2006, 12:54 ]
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is bill smart enough to read the email headers?

he put puppy right above me (like above)...do you think he knew they were sent from the same place?

Author:  ChickenMug [ 21 Aug 2006, 13:16 ]
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probably
i send my 2 lists in the same email usually
hasn't said anything
as long as the names on the 2 lists are different
i don't think he cares

Author:  Jeff [ 21 Aug 2006, 23:59 ]
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ShaiMUGna\";p=\"787840 wrote:
and this Jeff too:

"And I've regretted it ever since. If I win that shit I'm giving it away."


Somehow I knew I was gonna win when I first entered this contest, and now I realize it's because I said all this shit. Karma is a fucking bitch...

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 22 Aug 2006, 00:06 ]
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Yeah

well


You have a magic glow around you now.

Author:  SHARPPIE [ 22 Aug 2006, 00:09 ]
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and your sperm is 37% more potent.

watch your ass...

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 22 Aug 2006, 00:13 ]
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When you drink beer out of your Mug,
it does no damage to your liver
AND get's you drunk faster.

Author:  Jeff [ 22 Aug 2006, 00:14 ]
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And yet by keeping it I'm a total hypocrite... don't you see the predicament this puts me in? It's probably just like some guy in some book I never bothered to read.

Author:  Hank [ 22 Aug 2006, 00:23 ]
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You're a different person now. The Jeff that said those things was someone else. Someone you soon won't be able to even relate to anymore. Therefore there is no hypocrisy.

Author:  Dress Barn [ 22 Aug 2006, 11:06 ]
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The trials of the great philosopher mug king...

The chosen one will rid the galaxy of mulfs forever as foretold in ancient mug lore

I am %100 certain that this is Jeff

Author:  Dress Barn [ 22 Aug 2006, 11:09 ]
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I am at your every bidding

*washes Jeffs feet*

Author:  Eviltoastman [ 22 Aug 2006, 11:58 ]
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Hello Jeff. We've never met, but now I shall take onboard your beer recommendations. What UK IPA would you recommend?

Quote:
“There are two sorts of hypocrites: one that are deceived with their outward morality and external religion; many of whom are professed Arminians, in the doctrine of justification: and the other, are those that are deceived with false discoveries and elevations; who often cry down works, and men's own righteousness, and talk much of free grace; but at the same time make a righteousness of their discoveries and of their humiliation, and exalt themselves to heaven with them.”


Quote:
An ounce of hypocrisy is worth a pound of ambition.


Quote:
Hypocrisy is the lubricant of society.

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 22 Aug 2006, 13:50 ]
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evilmugman\";p=\"788421 wrote:
Hello Jeff. We've never met, but now I shall take onboard your beer recommendations. What UK IPA would you recommend?


Greene King.


---

I like Imperial India Pale Ale from Rogue, but that certianly isn't from the UK

I also like the IPA's from Dogfish Head & Flying Dog's Snake Dog IPA


I am getting ready for Gonzo Imperial Porter from Flying Dog right now.


*happy beer dance*

Author:  Eviltoastman [ 22 Aug 2006, 14:07 ]
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I already drink Greene King. Had quite a few last week. I also got John Bull Premium Bitter which was really good. I had a glance at Ratebeer dot com nd found the rated beers I've already tried hammer the pallate. Where's the subtlety? There seems to be a leaning towards darker ales and stouts than IPA's and bitters. I think I'll go with my own judgement and experiment.

Trying to find out more about premium ciders though. More expensive than ale, even direct from the farms. It's a disgrace. I love Scrumpy Jack which is from a major brewery but it's a dying brand. Full of flavour - perhaps too sharp for most, but way more accessible and nowhere near as sharp as your standard scrumpy ciders.

Accidentally tasted a mature cheddar at one farm made with this really strong scrumpy (Mangled Cock it was called). Nearly puked my spleen up. Just as ginger cannucks shouldn't wear camo gear, scrumpy should not be part of the cheese making process.

I'm planning a trip to Belgium this autumn to visit some monestaries to get some beer. Can't wait for that. having problems contacting an old friend who owns/owned a brandy bar in Belgium (cannot recall the name of the bar or the town :(). Want to go though. Pick up some white beers while I'm there.

Author:  Jeff [ 22 Aug 2006, 14:12 ]
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The best UK IPA I've had is Berkshire's Lost Sailor IPA, but that's not really available outside of Massachusetts even. Other than that, I don't know many... Sam Smiths?

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 22 Aug 2006, 14:21 ]
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I dislike web-beer-rating sites.



Are pale ales/ESBs called bitters over there?
I had a pretty decent ESB last night, actually.

Name some Belgium's you like.

Author:  Dress Barn [ 22 Aug 2006, 14:27 ]
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Me and chicken will hang out at the other side of the tracks

*cracks a PBR*

Author:  Ruby Juice [ 22 Aug 2006, 14:35 ]
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I have had my share of PBR's

it's the hipster drink of choice in these parts.
In fact these kids throw a PBR prom every year.
It's just a party that you have dress for, and they have nothing but PBR

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