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Old 12-31-2012, 05:18 AM   #111
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I'm not a tough guy, so I'm not going to threaten anyone. But I am going to say that the next person who gets butthurt over a conversation about beer should be hit with a salmon.


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Old 12-31-2012, 05:25 AM   #112
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I'm not a tough guy, so I'm not going to threaten anyone. But I am going to say that the next person who gets butthurt over a conversation about beer should be hit with a salmon.
What the hell happened to people hitting themselves in the face with rubber chickens? Can we bring that back?


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Old 12-31-2012, 05:27 AM   #113
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What the hell happened to people hitting themselves in the face with rubber chickens? Can we bring that back?
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:01 AM   #114
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If you can't answer Jaybird's simple question you're nothing more than a troll. Seemingly a successful one...
This was all completely hypothetical. I figured that was obvious from my original post. My bad for not making that more clear. The beer in question is merely fiction. A mild thought experiment.

Sorry it took so long to reply, I am in a much different time zone than most of you.


For me, I agree with most of you here that say, "If it's good, it's good. I would buy it." Before moving to Finland, I drank Bud Light or Keystone Light. Now when I go back state side I do not order those unless that is all there is. It is a taste thing for me, after drinking European lagers for over 5 years, a bud light tastes of nothing to me.

The responses to this post were close to what I expected. "I drink what I drink and everyone else can piss off" (my thoughts exactly), and the other opinion, "damn the evil corporations that control the industry". I honestly thought that the latter would be more predominant. So I am glad I did post this.


I have worked for a very large, industry leading, company in the US. Now I am in business school learning to do what I already know how to do, but need a piece of paper to prove it, Damn Finns. Because of this, I look at these things from a different prospective. I have a terrific appreciation for the big three brewers, for Walmart, Monsanto and others of the same ilk. Their business models are what most companies would kill for, whether they admit it or not. They didn't get to where they are today by letting anyone take just a tenth of a precent of market share. For their lead pipe cruelty in their business practices, I have no issues. Ethics are a different issue. I could go into a diatribe on that and Beer Wars, but that is a can of worms I do not wish to open currently. Maybe I will have to buck up and become a full member to enter the debate forum.
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:22 AM   #115
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This was all completely hypothetical. I figured that was obvious from my original post. My bad for not making that more clear. The beer in question is merely fiction. A mild thought experiment.

Sorry it took so long to reply, I am in a much different time zone than most of you.

For me, I agree with most of you here that say, "If it's good, it's good. I would buy it." Before moving to Finland, I drank Bud Light or Keystone Light. Now when I go back state side I do not order those unless that is all there is. It is a taste thing for me, after drinking European lagers for over 5 years, a bud light tastes of nothing to me.

The responses to this post were close to what I expected. "I drink what I drink and everyone else can piss off" (my thoughts exactly), and the other opinion, "damn the evil corporations that control the industry". I honestly thought that the latter would be more predominant. So I am glad I did post this.

I have worked for a very large, industry leading, company in the US. Now I am in business school learning to do what I already know how to do, but need a piece of paper to prove it, Damn Finns. Because of this, I look at these things from a different prospective. I have a terrific appreciation for the big three brewers, for Walmart, Monsanto and others of the same ilk. Their business models are what most companies would kill for, whether they admit it or not. They didn't get to where they are today by letting anyone take just a tenth of a precent of market share. For their lead pipe cruelty in their business practices, I have no issues. Ethics are a different issue. I could go into a diatribe on that and Beer Wars, but that is a can of worms I do not wish to open currently. Maybe I will have to buck up and become a full member to enter the debate forum.
Nicely put and +1
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:31 AM   #116
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It's martyrdom to miss out on Lime-A-Rita, that's for sure, especially since we all know you'd drink Bud Light with actual piss in it that you saw come out of the hose if someone had a gun to your head.
Depends on the caliber - I really dislike Bud Light.
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Depends on the caliber - I really dislike Bud Light.
We gathered that! You're willing to die over it
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I'm not a tough guy, so I'm not going to threaten anyone. But I am going to say that the next person who gets butthurt over a conversation about beer should be hit with a salmon.
I'll see your salmon and raise you a monk fish.

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What the hell happened to people hitting themselves in the face with rubber chickens? Can we bring that back?
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