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OK I’m just having a heck of time today
Posted by: McQ on Friday, March 09, 2007

For whatever reason, I just am not interested in writing about most of what I see going on today.

I'm tired of Libby, Wilson and Plame. Wilson's a liar, Plame wasn't covert and as far as I'm concerned the whole thing is overblown.

I can't bring myself to analyze the Democrats latest version of capitulation in Iraq (after being "too busy" to meet with Gen Petraeus, the guy they said they were so interested in hearing from on a regular basis). My analysis: more of the same and going nowhere.

I'm up to here with the '08 presidential candidates already and the first primary is 10 months away. I'm also tired of the coverage.

The fact that China and Russia are now balking at sanctions against Iran holds no real surprise for me.

Also, it's no particular surprise that the socialized medicine as provided in the VA health care system is, in reality, not at all cracked up to be the wonderful system the left has tried to portray it as.

And the nonsense of ethanol as the new panecea for "alternative energy" and less reliance on foreign oil is also becoming tiresome. It's less efficient, it causes its own set of environmental problems and it simply isn't "the answer".

Last but not least ... bah to the Global WarmingTM crowd. I'm tired of the new religion, the silly argument that consensus replaces hard science and skepticism is "denial". Despite the best efforts of that group they haven't yet put together a convincing argument that man carries the lion's share of the blame for the warming trend that is happening. In fact, to be frank about it, they haven't even put a convincing case together that he carries a flea's share of it.

So consider this an open thread and hash out what you want to talk about in the comment section. Maybe I'll find something, in the mean time, that strikes my fancy and put it up here. Suggestions are welcome.

 
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Scotch - single malt
(sun’s over the yardarm somewhere, or, if you prefer, and as my father-in-law observes, "It’s the Queens Birthday!")

It IS that kind of day(that kind of week, actually).
 
Written By: looker
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McQ,

You guys may have done this before, but how about a list of essential reading for libertarians?

Or Scotch. Although I’ve already decided it’s A’bunadh this weekend.
 
Written By: Joe Tobacco
URL: http://www.cadillactight.com
Although I’ve already decided it’s A’bunadh this weekend.
Woah - a new excuse opportunity - sounds excellent.
 
Written By: looker
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I have a theory that even you reichwing heritics can’t deny. Let’s look at GREENLAND, which was a shire-like meadow in the middle ages. Why was it warm then? Because the vikings drove SUVs, which were than time-traveled to the future by far right wing corporations. Why is it cold now? Easy, Zionists. The result: Dead brown people.

Do you SUV/oil-addicted apostates deny these truths?
 
Written By: booker
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McQ,

Time for a vacation? :-)
 
Written By: D
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Balvenie Doublewood - Scotch

Midleton - Irish Whisky

Basil Hayden - Bourbon

Joy of Freedom, David R. Henderson - Liberty
 
Written By: MichaelW
URL: http://asecondhandconjecture.com
VA /=/ Walter Reed

Strike one..

+, government-run-systems require honest leadership, suffer leadership failures rather than systematic ones..

Strike Two..

So if the VA was, oh, taking the bottom 25% non-rich vets and tossing their a**es out on the street, that would be mimicking the ’private-sector system’, right? And that would be.... better... right? No shortage of resources then!

Strike Three.

Getting lazy without me. :-)

 
Written By: glasnost
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I’m up to here with the ’08 presidential candidates already and the first primary is 10 months away. I’m also tired of the coverage.
I’ve never been able to get into handicapping races or dissecting polls, but there was a story about Giuliani in today’s Los Angeles Times that sparked my interest.

It seems that Rudy is pulling way out in front of the other announced candidates for the Republican nomination. At first, everybody attributed this to higher name recognition, but now they are conceding that the phenomenon is real.

The interesting thing is that some people believe that Rudy’s popularity reflects a realignment of American politics created by the war. (Sorry, no hyperlink):
The political world will truly be upended if someone with Giuliani’s liberal record on key social issues can parlay the reputation he gained after Sept. 11 into winning the nomination of a party dominated by conservatives.

"People are thinking very broadly about this election," Giuliani said after a recent speech to the conservative Hoover Institution think tank. "The election of 2008 will be different from any prior election, and anyone who views it as a repeat is the one who will lose."
The Left has been telling us for some time how the war is driving anti-war types out of the Republican coalition, but there may be another side to that coin: lots of people who are liberal on social issues may be drawn to Giuliani who otherwise would vote Dem, because they don’t trust the Dems on national security. (Think neo-neocon blogger). And some libertarian Republicans may be drawn to Rudy, because he seems to offer the credibility on national security without the theo-con baggage.
 
Written By: Aldo
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Mr. McQuaid offers well-researched, easily understood posts on government health care, that, if read and understood and applied in one’s political discussion and voting actions could make a difference. I think it would make our country better. Have several hundred similar posts on various issues read, understood and voted upon and very clearly we would have a better country. So why don’t liberals do that?
I was raised and educated (public schools, except post-graduate) that this process is how America works. As I am wont to inform anyone careless enough to read one of my comments, I sincerely believe that cynical progressives have subverted this time-honored process by taking advantage of the observed political laziness of a good portion of American liberals.
They are easy to spot. When not working on their job, they are not anywhere near politics other than a few bon mots over cocktails and, in fact, find politics pretty much boring. Contradictorily, they want to appear well-informed and to be considered bright.
Cliff Notes solved this same type of problem for these liberals during their education; so the cynical progressives have applied the Cliff Notes theory to supply these folks with something that could, with a little skill on their part, be passed off by them as having done their homework in politics, while actually spending very little time and effort. The Liberal Narrative is born. Once you get the process going, the controllers can spin it however they want to and the sheeple using it will be carried along. Thinking that they know what they are about, liberals consistently vote in accordance with the LN; totally disregarding any dismal results. Case in point: education.
The genius that made the LN so effective lies in making it an ORAL religion. Anyone trying to refute it has nothing concrete to shoot at. If events make one of the tenets ridiculous, the controllers simply drop that tenet and act as if it never existed. After all, their sheeple will make no effort to hold them accountable. When challenged by the right, the gurus simply deny that the LN exists at all. Of course, a great deal of money must be spent starting and keeping the various memes going, but the money is there once the process was shown to be a demonstrated success.
So far, so good in my understanding of this process. The instigators are identified and their motives are clear. The sheeple who are herded are identifiable, once they get the catechism down pat. One problem. what about the Professor Erbs?
These people spend hours each day on politics, one way or another. They are not a sheeple. They are not paid professionals like the Democratic Think Tank types, the MSM and the NYT. Yet they represent a key link in the process. By supporting the LN (in the details of which they cannot possibly believe because their activities expose them to the truth daily) help maintain the LN as a credible take on the American political scene. Why?
Well, I don’t know. It does puzzle me. Here’s where I am right now. Like the Stalinists of the USSR, people like this support things that they may even hate in order to bring about a greater good. The Greater Good is the advent of the progressive society. Here is more genius in the LN scheme. Since consistency is not a problem, each Professor Erb is allowed his own vision of this future progressive society! There is no Stalin or USSR and one is free to believe that one’s particular vision of the future will come about if only those currently in power can be removed. How best to remove them? Create more sheeple in thrall to the LN.
So, over time, what keeps the faith and keeps everyone supporting the lead of the NYT? The last step of genius. The underlying engine is entirely negative! That is why BDS is encouraged.
“We (whoever we are) simply must stop [right now it is Bush and the neo-cons, but there is a whole garden of folks to be stopped being grown; waiting to be picked on as need requires. Think Theo-cons, Israel lobby, that sort of thing] the bad guys”. Whatever vision of the future one has, it is evident that the bad guys must be removed before it can come about. Any particular truth that must be mangled or sacrificed in this endeavor is less important than taking control of the information system so that the bad guys can be removed. One day we can stop lying and bring about the workers parad…ugh… the progressive society.
Yeah, I know, it is still rough. But, how else to explain the Professor Erbs who have to know better, but still dedicate their political life to peddling the LN?
 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
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So if the VA was, oh, taking the bottom 25% non-rich vets and tossing their a**es out on the street, that would be mimicking the ’private-sector system’, right? And that would be.... better... right? No shortage of resources then!
Ball one.

Link.
... government-run-systems require honest leadership, suffer leadership failures rather than systematic ones.
Ball two.

Even if true, that’s still a systemic problem which relies on something other than what I mentioned. And obviously, given the VA’s history, it’s not a very common commodity in the first place.
Getting lazy without me. :-)
Heh ... balls three and four.

Apparently not.
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
So, Aldo, you think a Giuliani/Lieberman ticket is the way to go?
 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
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Balvenie Doublewood - Scotch
Macallan (I love the 18, but I can afford and drink the 12)
Basil Hayden - Bourbon
Blantons

Harpoon IPA - Beer (or 3 Monts Flanders Golden Ale)

Grahams LBV - Port

Not that I have any problem whatsoever with your selections, Michael.
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
Macallan (I love the 18, but I can afford and drink the 12)
Glenmorangie?
 
Written By: looker
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government-run-systems require honest leadership, suffer leadership failures rather than systematic ones.

Government-run systems don’t suffer from systematic failures. Are you high?

So, everything would be fine with government-run healthcare if we just get the right leadership. Don’t tell me. Let me guess. After Murtha finishes running the war you guys are going to put him in charge of my healthcare?


 
Written By: Aldo
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Better trademark "LN"!
Sheeple LOL.

All work and no play makes McQ a dull boy. Can I suggest a little lavender to get your spirits back on track. Maybe a well placed acupuncture pin.

 
Written By: coaster
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So, Aldo, you think a Giuliani/Lieberman ticket is the way to go?
No, Lieberman is "liberal" in the sense of statist. I don’t kow enough about Rudy yet, but his liberal rep on social issues seems to be stemming from his pro-choice and pro gay marriage positions, which are libertarian-friendy.

My sense, though, is that this is not coming down to specific policy positions, but more of a general vibe that Rudy is socially tolerant but "gets it" when it comes to the WOT. If this is true, I could get behind him.
 
Written By: Aldo
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I’m tired of all of it, Bruce. I have been, recognizably — if only to myself and no one else — for nearly ten years now. The "progress" of this whole culture is bloody killing me. Naturally, it’s because the place is full of stark morons.

Have a look. That’s Timothy Noah in Slate, arguing for socialized medicine by comparison to the whole concept of military defense. "Part I". I can’t wait for Part II.

(sigh)

It’s been more than ten years since you, Tim Starr, and I briefly broached the matter of private military defense at HPO. I have to tell you the truth, Old Bean: given the net.position that you’ve established at this blog, I do not imagine that you would be terribly interested in taking up the matter again for conceptual development. I know damned well that I could be wrong, but I don’t see it. However, there is only one way in the world that Noah’s approach could make any kind of sense, and that whole position must be demolished. He just doesn’t know what he’s talking about, and a lot of readers won’t know what they’re endorsing when they read his crap and just start nodding their heads.

Nobody’s thinking, Bruce. It’s a chimp-festival at keyboards, coast-to-coast, and we’re going to live to see a lot of it play out in ways that would have just horrified my father.


Excuse me: I’m going to light another cigarette, now.

"To health!"
 
Written By: Billy Beck
URL: http://www.two—four.net/weblog.php
Macallan (I love the 18, but I can afford and drink the 12)
A thoroughly acceptable substitute. Don’t they make a 15 yr. as well? That may be the Cask Strength variety, however, which requires either ice or water to cut it IMHO.
Blantons
Very nice. I also like Bookers. And Woodford Reserve is more than acceptable in a pinch.
Harpoon IPA - Beer (or 3 Monts Flanders Golden Ale)
I’m more of Stella man myself. I also tend to like the Belgian Ales (Delirium Tremens is one of my favorites). IPA’s are usually pretty good, but nothing beats an ice-cold Bud on hot summer’s day, especially when near or in water.
Grahams LBV - Port
Other than the vast variety of vintage ports, I think this is one of the best.
Not that I have any problem whatsoever with your selections, Michael.
Nor I yours ;)
Getting lazy without me. :-)
Well where the heck have you been, glasnost? Hopefully working on your manuscript (IIRC). Good to see you’ve resurfaced ... even if you are still wrong about everything ;)
 
Written By: MichaelW
URL: http://asecondhandconjecture.com
Glenmorangie?
Also very good, at least the 18(?) y.o.
 
Written By: MichaelW
URL: http://asecondhandconjecture.com
McQ, if you can find it, try Scapa for a good single malt. Lagavulin’s always good, too. And maybe ask someone to give you 27-year cask strength Bunnahabhain for Christmas this year :)
 
Written By: Steverino
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"No, Lieberman is "liberal" in the sense of statist."
Hmmmmm. I’m thinking "vote generation" and you are thinking "ideological purity". Let’s face it, America is not going to vote for a straight libertarian ticket or anything resembling it. We must give them the old razzle-dazzle ("Chicago").
 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
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How on earth can a country so small develop so many variations on one alcoholic beverage? Given this fixation on the production and consumption of spirits, It is a mystery to me how they find the time(or the ability) to reproduce, although I am glad they have.
 
Written By: timactual
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"Given this fixation on the production and consumption of spirits, It is a mystery to me how they find the time(or the ability) to reproduce,"
Hmmm. The connection between spirits and reproduction is normally discerned rather early in life. Where have you been, timactual?
 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
URL: http://
"This repetitiveness is getting old" seems to be getting into the zeitgeist. I wrote about it a couple of days ago, then Eric on Classical Values talked about it too, and has managed to work the theme into both posts today.

Maybe we need to start thinking about what to do about it. (I’ve solved it for myself, I think, but I doubt collecting posts into "books" is a general solution.)
 
Written By: Jeremy Bowers
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I have to tell you the truth, Old Bean: given the net.position that you’ve established at this blog, I do not imagine that you would be terribly interested in taking up the matter again for conceptual development. I know damned well that I could be wrong, but I don’t see it.
I’m not averse to it at all, Billy. In fact, I think it may be a perfect time to reexamine our previous effort (and you being the master archiver, I’m sure you have that) and apply it to Noah’s sales attempt.

Government’s take over of health care, in my estimation, would finally and completely kill any hope of remaining free in this country as it would finally provide the means necessary to kill the goose laying the golden eggs.

Oh, and btw ... Atlanta and no call?
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
McQ,

Ahh, I’m not into the scotch, but here in Georgia, we’re getting 4 very nice breweries distributed here that we hadn’t seen previously.

Dogfish Head is already here (as of about 2 weeks ago). The 60 Minute IPA is incredible, the 90 Minute IPA is a bit maltier and heavier. Great stuff.

Victory is coming shortly. If you’re a fan of IPA’s, their Hopdevil is very nice. It’s one of the few east coast IPA’s that has a lot of the character of west-coast IPA’s like Stone Brewing and Alesmith...

Allagash is good stuff for Belgian ales.

Bell’s Brewing Company out of Michigan is also pretty good. For a pale ale, their Two Hearted Ale is very good.

Oh, and if you’re ever headed up to Tennessee, pick up some stuff from Stone Brewing Co. It’s amazing stuff :-)
 
Written By: Brad Warbiany
URL: http://unrepentantindividual.com/
How on earth can a country so small develop so many variations on one alcoholic beverage?
Part of God’s plan to keep the Celts from conquering the world.
Think of it as high-school rivalries gone to a much higher dimension.

I mean - we’re talking about people who toss trees around as a form
of recreation, wear wool dresses and eat stomachs stuffed with internal organs and oatmeal and boiled. Did you think they were going to invent the Pina Colada as a national drink?
 
Written By: looker
URL: http://
Well, whadayaknow. Write something about Professor Erb’s disdain for the military and you get another clue the same day:
”Disaffection follows when society frustrates intellectuals’ lofty expectations. Awarding superior status to people they learned in the schoolhouse to regard as their inferiors must trigger a certain revulsion…
Americans acclaim the military for reasons that have little to do with schooling-calling into question wordsmith intellectuals’ feeling of superiority, and indeed their entire worldview (sic).

 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
URL: http://
I mean - we’re talking about people who toss trees around as a form of recreation, wear wool dresses and eat stomachs stuffed with internal organs and oatmeal and boiled. Did you think they were going to invent the Pina Colada as a national drink?
LOL!

Oh, Gawd ... looker that was perfect. I mean, just perfect. It describes my ancient ancestors rather well I think!
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
Time for a vacation? :-)
Could be. Could very well be.

Heh ... I really don’t need a vacation from this because, well, I enjoy the h*ll out of it. It’s just that this morning, as I went through my usual routine, I kept flicking past stories saying "no, nope, not that again, nope" silently to myself as I reviewed the offerings. And suddenly there were no more and I was sort of struck by how freakin’ tired I was of certain reoccurring subjects.

I’ll be OK in a couple of days, but I just was in the mood for Monty Python’s "and now for something completely different".
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
Grahams here, so I know the feeling.
I’m fairly convinced drinking scotch whiskey and actually enjoying pipe music (cat squeezin) are genetic, not learned, behaviors.

 
Written By: looker
URL: http://
I’m fairly convinced drinking scotch whiskey and actually enjoying pipe music (cat squeezin) are genetic, not learned, behaviors.
Funny you should say that ... yesterday, for whatever reason, I dragged out my CD by the military band and pipes and drums of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, and cranked it up. Ran every cat in the neighborhood off, bound, I’m sure for some sort of veterinary psychiatric care. Me? I loved it.

Next up? The pipes and drums of the 1st Battalion Scot Guards and a little "Scotland the Brave"!

Look out cats.

I will be buried with the pipes playing "Amazing Grace" when all is said and done.
 
Written By: McQ
URL: http://www.qando.net/blog
McQ:

Hear, freakin Hear!!

Too often of late i’ve felt like Michael Palin’s character in the "Argument Sketch" after John Cleese informs him that he hasn’t paid for another 5 minutes...

"I don’t want to argue about that!"

Somebody wake me after Iowa and New Hampshire are over.
 
Written By: Rich Horton
URL: http://www.iconicmidwest.blogspot.com
Bruce
"I’m not averse to it at all, Billy. In fact, I think it may be a perfect time to reexamine our previous effort (and you being the master archiver, I’m sure you have that) and apply it to Noah’s sales attempt."
Well, there actually isn’t just a hell of a lot to it. Like I said: we only "briefly broached" the matter. Friedman the Younger was involved, too.

You might start a review here. That’s your first remark in the discussion, which digresses after the "free rider" problem. This is not at all an in-depth discussion. It was amazing to me to find anyone even able to talk about the subject, and it’s even more amazing now, looking back at it. What I’m getting at is that it’s really just a jumping-off point, with that discussion demonstrating the precedent that somebody I know has actually considered the matter without snooting down their nose at it as contrary to "reality" or something.

However, what’s important here is the foundation principles of the matter, which is exactly what makes Noah’s article pertinent. He’s drawing a crucial parallel.

Do you recall the battle that Squarf and I conducted at DIALOG! over the Marooned-on-an-Island example? We’re talking about Burglar’s Logic: the politics of "need".
"Oh, and btw ... Atlanta and no call?"
Well, it’s not as if I ever liked you. (rimshot)

(sigh) You know, that whole week was just as goofy as it could possibly be. Through all of it, my principal focus was business — that’s what the Billy Joel show was all about — and there are any number of people who I should have called (like: an instructor pilot I flew with up at Gwinnett), but didn’t. Hell, there are a couple of work-mates who didn’t hear from me but should have. It was a mess, Bruce. I had one evening where I didn’t do anything but curl up in the hotel room with Vol. X of Durant’s "Civilization". We might have had a drink that night, I suppose, but my general attitude was in the bunker-mode. I know: it’s not cool, but there it is.

I didn’t call Matt Welch when I was in Hollywood, either, and should have. By that point, though, the whole thing was going about ninety-five miles an hour.

Believe me: it wasn’t anything at all personal. It was just me being socially lame during a veery weird episode.
 
Written By: Billy Beck
URL: http://www.two—four.net/weblog.php
OK I’m just having a heck of time today
Gotta say, that since 2:20pm or so, I’ve been having a great day.

You see, Thursday a week ago, my wife who’s newly expecting had a little episode that ended up with a radiologist saying, "That looks like a healthy fetus, but that looks like a molar pregnancy to me."

There followed frantic bloodtests with horomone levels that were rising too fast for someone’s comfort, and much handwringing. Having a molar pregnancy AND a healthy fetus is not good.

But today, at the aforementioned time, a specialist said, "That looks like a fibroid."

So while I’ve had a few minutes replaying the explanation of how much a fibroid doesn’t look like a molar pregnancy, mostly I’ve been on a, "Yahoo, I still get to be a new daddy twice!" high since then,

Right now, my poison of choice is Maker’s Mark, but I may tuck into a Talisker later:

BTW, here’s a haggis recipe I’ve had some success with (success defined as, my wife and mother both agreed to taste it, and my dad asked for seconds).

Equal portions of Beef heart and tongue, about 2 lbs, fine chopped, piping hot
2 cups hot water
1 cup rendered (clarified) beef suet
1 large onion, coarsely chopped
3 cloves garlic
1 tbsp salt
1 tsp pepper, black
1 tsp brown sugar
1/2 tsp nutmeg, ground
2 cup oats, whole toasted and cooked separately

Blend and bake tightly covered at 350degF for about an hour or so.
 
Written By: Tom Perkins
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Go with the Talisker, Tom, and congratulations on the bundle-of-joy on the way. If I understood you’re post correctly, the pregnancy is now going well? Either way, here’s to a healthy child and wife. [/clink]
 
Written By: MichaelW
URL: http://asecondhandconjecture.com
I am currently enjoying three fingers of 15 year old Laphroig. Sometimes a nice, peaty lowland single malt slapping you in the tastebuds is just what the doctor ordered.

Though McCallan’s is my favorite, variety is the spice of life.
 
Written By: The Gonzman
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Well, I suppose like the car thing, one must go on record. My branch of the Fultons hale from Roxburyshire (the lowlands) where they were crofters (chicken farmers) and part of the clan McClennan (horrible yellow-dominated tartan). Two brothers were chemists in Glasgow until some trouble caused them to immigrate to America. I prefer Charles Shaw wines and agree with the bottler that no wine is worth more than $10 a bottle.

Scots love a good legend (lie) but don’t all drink Scots whiskey, even in Scotland. "Braveheart" (the Mel Gibson movie) is in my top ten and the skirl of the pipes...
 
Written By: notherbob2/robert fulton
URL: http://
I will be buried with the pipes playing "Amazing Grace" when all is said and done.
And a single malt for the trip.

By the way, Calling Congress Idiots is an insult to the stupid, they have an excuse. Congress has none
 
Written By: James E. Fish
URL: http://
Royal Lochnegar - best scotch I’ve ever had! Next on my list of Scotch to try is one called Oban.

Beer - anyone tried a beer called Steel Reserve? Good stuff out of Austin. It’s a high gravity beer, running 8.1% alcohol and for some reasons costs $6.99 for a 12 pack. try it out. Best $7 bucks you’ll ever spend ;-)
 
Written By: meagain
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I’m sorry to hear about your predicament. I enjoy your posts and look forwards to your future comments. Single malt Scotch seems to be the consensus panacea for your problem. I’d have a drink, but I can’t afford the good stuff and won’t settle for the inferior.
 
Written By: James E. Fish
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