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Old 10-31-2007, 07:47 PM   #31
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I do not sell my homebrew, but I do mention to ppl that I'm willing to take small cash donations for my uncharitable cause in exchange...

I had one girl give me $8.00 for a 750ml bottle of Apfelwein!

Now, that said I also plan on going commercial, and hope to have my product on the shelves by the end of the year...



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Old 10-31-2007, 11:54 PM   #32
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You should try the S&W 500 mag. That damn thing makes the 454 feel like a 38
We've got the 450 here at home. As heavy as it is, it shoots very well.


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Old 11-01-2007, 12:27 AM   #33
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He drank two glasses of my brown ale that I carbed last week and then slapped down $20 and said " I think that will cover it"..
Hell yes it will, I can damn near make another 10 gallons for that.

He went home with a half gallon of my brown ale and I have enough "exrta" money to brew next week when the SWMBO is out of town.
For Xmas this year, I'm giving all of my friends a new growler and a printout of this story.
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Old 11-01-2007, 01:47 PM   #34
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Old 11-01-2007, 02:21 PM   #35
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Really not that fast. 2:06:46

I had started training for a the full 26.2 miles but my training stopped at 18 miles due to work and I did not run for 3 months. So I just ran the half and did not care how fast I did it.
9:40 miles is pretty awesome for a half-marathon. That 10k I did kicked my ass, and I only had 8:07 miles...I can't imagine what my time would be for double that. Congrats, dude.

I'm running this thing with my dog on Saturday. It's only 5k, but it should be interesting...xander's been my training partner for awhile now, so he's ready!
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Old 11-01-2007, 04:08 PM   #36
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9:40 miles is pretty awesome for a half-marathon. That 10k I did kicked my ass, and I only had 8:07 miles...I can't imagine what my time would be for double that. Congrats, dude.

I'm running this thing with my dog on Saturday. It's only 5k, but it should be interesting...xander's been my training partner for awhile now, so he's ready!
That looks like a lot of fun...

I did a 25K back in May and I trained for it and pulled off a 9:22 per mile and I walked about a mile of it. This half I did not train at all and had not run any longer the 8 miles since June. lol I also walked thru all the aid stations. I'm not going to complain seing how I'm 5'10" and 250#.


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