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Old 04-03-2012, 10:14 PM   #1
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BACKGROUND: i SENT SOME RHIZOMES FOR A MIXED SIX TRADE. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED.
It is a story in the making. Talk about timing. I had two hot chicks 30s (first day) working for me looking like Daisey Duke in the feild ( i live in nowhere) and along comes the FEDEX guy with a package. Daisy 1 runs up to him with all of the slow motion you see on baywatch and gets the box. I told them it was beer and they were like "right" We were just trying to get the wife to do a beer run (12 mi each way and she was not happy with my choice of help). I opened the box and it is a fantastic retirement tale of opening a box with $20 on top and Good beer on the bottom at just the pefect time. She did not do the beer run obiouvsly, The archery team from Pa is going to KY for the national championships. L donated 20 for it (in which my son ranked 75/5230 in the state) has a donation, the wife is really pissed and retirement is good. Why did I not do this when I was 30? The fed ex guy wants to work for me also.
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I LOVE HOMEBREWERS!!!!!
Any of you get to Halifax Pa call me!

I will take pics of the help in the summer when they can swim in the pond and they are more covered up.
They (the hot ones) are now committed to working for me! Retirement is good, but I am becoming a dirty mid age guy.
L, You are my homebrew god!
The beer is good also. and the gals get ugglier by the bottle! They cant get better! Life is good!
All I can say is what goes around comes around.

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Old 04-03-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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i'm so confused by this whole story... lmao

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You have some of THE most interesting posts! I'm always confused.

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Old 04-03-2012, 10:52 PM   #4
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I will take pics of the help in the summer when they can swim in the pond and they are more covered up.
no no no, we want pictures of them when they are LESS covered up (post in the Boneyard if need be).

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The beer is good also. and the gals get ugglier!
you're obviously drinking the wrong kind of beer.
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Yeah this is a strange story I'm so confused...

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Old 04-03-2012, 11:43 PM   #6
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I am still fighting with the wife. she wants them fired, but after 3 wars and 24 yrs in specops, f her. I am due to some fun. I guess I am old but young at heart. Sorry no pics that will compromise them....I feel dirty!, and happy, one of the best days in my life. Thanks L.

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So you traded some rhizomes for some beer and $20. That's what I make of it.

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Old 04-04-2012, 12:33 AM   #8
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So you traded some rhizomes for some beer and $20. That's what I make of it.
I never asked for the 20. HBTer donated for the team.
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So you traded some rhizomes for some beer and $20. That's what I make of it.
It's to support his local high schools archery team.
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[...]The beer is good also. and the gals get ugglier by the bottle![...]
That's exactly the opposite effect that happens if you're doing it right...

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