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Old 12-24-2010, 04:42 PM   #1
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Old 12-24-2010, 04:51 PM   #2
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What the hell? That is crazy. Surely it is a sign of the end times. Must stop based on predetermined amount.

I guess when you are moving that much beer it's probably a damn fine set up.

I feel sorry for the tender. Look at that poor guy go.
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That's wild. Those cups must be pretty expensive and the server is touching the rim of the cup which is pretty much against good sanitation practices in the industry.
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I could easily see this at sporting events or like you said, anywhere you need to move that much beer.

Now if that was a nice craft beer I might of moved this to 18+ for porn reasons.
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Heh closer look at this devilish alchemy.

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I wonder if you could do pint glasses with that contraption on the bottom instead of plastic?
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One more. So what happens to the round thing on the bottom of the cup? It looks like it is just free floating. Huh.

I agree about the whole I would burn this thing upon the pyre, if it was craft. But thankfully it is just BMC swill.
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Inventing a draft beer dispensing system that looks cool to sell more beer, and requires purchase of patented cups that you sell. That is good business.
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simply amazing, and when its done and she removes the glass and sets it down there is beer left on the countertop.

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Inventing a draft beer dispensing system that looks cool to sell more beer, and requires purchase of patented cups that you sell. That is good business.

Yup, thats what the yellow fizzy beer companies do. This is just like the vortex botttle lol
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