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Old 05-01-2013, 01:57 AM   #311
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Middle of the night, can't sleep, got the munchies, go to the kitchen, grab a couple handfuls of food, squat down by the fermenters with a flashlight to watch them bubble and churn, and think: "Man I hope swmbo doesn't wake up and see me here." Then think: "I wonder if I should have a brew; it might help me sleep. Nah, swmbo would surely catch me and raise hell; besides I have to get up for work in a few hours."
What?...this isn't normal?
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:10 PM   #312
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Things a Homebrewer Thinks while on HomeBrewTalk:

"I can't believe I started a thread that has gone 32 pages. Seems like an achievement except the guy who started "I am an idiot" is up to 178."

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Old 05-01-2013, 03:52 PM   #313
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Buying the grain mill did not cut into car repair money...Buying the grain mill did not cut into car repair money...

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Old 05-01-2013, 04:56 PM   #314
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Buying the grain mill did not cut into car repair money...Buying the grain mill did not cut into car repair miney...
Buying the grain mill is one step closer to buying bulk which will save money which will add money to the car repair budget. Pretzel logic I know but it works.
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:33 PM   #315
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Problem is it's in the shop now & the part I'd bought that should've fixed the problem didn't...

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Old 05-01-2013, 05:54 PM   #316
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Undergoing a home remodel project and needed to cut a section of the subfloor when I realized my 11 gal cream ale batch was fermenting directly below so I did the cautious thing and moved all my brew stuff away and nicely covered everything with a tarp for added protection. Finished the demolition, beer was saved, turned around and realized that my kids toys were right there just a couple of feet away from where I was working and were covered in saw dust. Spent the next several hours cleaning up each toy.

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Undergoing a home remodel project and needed to cut a section of the subfloor when I realized my 11 gal cream ale batch was fermenting directly below so I did the cautious thing and moved all my brew stuff away and nicely covered everything with a tarp for added protection. Finished the demolition, beer was saved, turned around and realized that my kids toys were right there just a couple of feet away from where I was working and were covered in saw dust. Spent the next several hours cleaning up each toy.
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Old 05-01-2013, 07:17 PM   #318
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Well, at least your priorities were in order.

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Yeah hey,at least I got the grain mill I needed. Just got a call a lil bit ago that my cars done. Darn TPS was $$$! Already had the VSS,so in it went. And still have money left for mommas kitchen! Good save their...She was ready to scalp my a$$.

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I think I may now know a man who has a degree in fermentation

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