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Old 06-08-2009, 02:59 PM   #61
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For those that were there for the MGBOF conversation, my buddy sent me an email with the question below:
" Do you want me to show the monkeys cash and prizes, or is this a pg13 logo"

I told him to show some cash and prizes, but to tiptoe around PG13. His solution will be a strategic banana. As soon as he gets something together, I will either post it, or email it to interested parties. Depends on the actual image.


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Old 06-08-2009, 03:26 PM   #62
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yeah wanna go pg 13


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Old 06-08-2009, 03:30 PM   #63
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Yeah - I'd say if the Monkey was truly taking care of the football, you wouldn't see any cash and or prizes.

I really like the photo from earlier, or this one...



Something like those would be awesome.
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Old 06-08-2009, 04:43 PM   #64
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Well, you could see the prizes. Think about wearing a short sleeve shirt and cleaning the bottom of a corney keg. While most of your arm goes in, your sleeve is outside the rim.
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Oh god - that's already starting to scare me.

Can't wait!!!!!
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Well, you could see the prizes. Think about wearing a short sleeve shirt and cleaning the bottom of a corney keg. While most of your arm goes in, your sleeve is outside the rim.
That was one demented analogy. I LIKE IT!!!
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Old 06-09-2009, 07:54 PM   #67
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So my split offer still stands for anyone interested, but I am brewing the brown this week, so I am thinking either a hoppy amber or an Irish stout.
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So my split offer still stands for anyone interested, but I am brewing the brown this week, so I am thinking either a hoppy amber or an Irish stout.
just a thout, i got infor about making nosferatu by great lakes brewing this weekend. its one of the best ever beers! its a red ale with 8% and 75 ibus. perfect balance and super tasty!!!!
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just a thout, i got infor about making nosferatu by great lakes brewing this weekend. its one of the best ever beers! its a red ale with 8% and 75 ibus. perfect balance and super tasty!!!!
Cripes, how is that a red ale?!? You are brewing that this weekend?
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dunno when... hence the point :P


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