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Old 09-27-2006, 01:56 AM   #71
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That sounds freaking good, so I will be looking for the recipe. I just had some grilled chicken breast w/ some corn and peas. SWMBO and I both got home late and had work to do.


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Old 09-27-2006, 01:59 AM   #72
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Since when does work interfere with posting endlessless on homebrewtalk? I have seven monitors on my desk for a reason; one of them gets to be something mindless to keep myself fresh.
This week is special.

I get about 300 emails a day at work, 50 of which I really need to carefully read and respond to. I was out of the office for 32 days. I've been doing a lot of reading and typing.

Things will change once I am caught up on that backlog. In order to reduce stress on me, my assignments have been changed a bit. Instead of managing a team of people and writing some code, I'm just managing the group of people now. The coding was given to one of the gus on my team.

When we get into the thick of our project, I'm just going to have to make sure people are doing what they are supposed to be doing and shovel management-type crap uphill and downhill.

I'll be bored out of my skull at work come November or December.


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Old 09-27-2006, 02:01 AM   #73
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Things will change once I am caught up on that backlog. In order to reduce stress on me, my assignments have been changed a bit. Instead of managing a team of people and writing some code, I'm just managing the group of people now. The coding was given to one of the gus on my team.
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:05 AM   #74
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Burgers Medium rare with horseradish and bannana peppers and baked onion rings. Some oktoberfest and a few stouts oh and a bottle of wine with SWMBO. Right now it is the Sweet stout and I know I will be hungover tomowwow when I must awake at 5:30 for work...
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:09 AM   #75
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Burgers Medium rare with horseradish and bannana peppers and baked onion rings. ...

MMMMM....I'm hungry again.
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:16 AM   #76
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MMMMM....I'm hungry again.
LOL. Me, too. I just made myself a sandwich.... thinking about cracking open another beer.
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Do you like that?
It's not in my top ten, but probably in my top 25. I like porters, and this is basically a porter fermented with Alt yeast.

I take it that you don't care for it?

edit: I would like it more if it had a little more body to it.

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It's not in my top ten, but probably in my top 25. I like porters, and this is basically a porter fermented with Alt yeast.

I take it that you don't care for it?

edit: I would like it more if it had a little more body to it.

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No. I always see it and I'm tempted to buy it, but I can't pull the trigger for some reason.


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