I'm drinking a delicious bottle of the Blue right now. I love the Red but the grocery store quit carrying it. In fact this is the first Chimay I've seen there in months. I've never had a bad bottle, either here or in Europe.
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My wife let me rob our savings account and open a brewery. And she was the one who encouraged me to do it - it was her suggestion, I had never even contemplated it. And she works full time and brings home the paycheck now while I work at the brewery and make $0. And she doesn't regret it at all and is almost as excited as me. I couldn't have found a better woman.My wife has also encouraged me to quit my real job and open a brewpub, alas there isn't enough in the savings account to rob. She's also encouraged me to plant a barley crop in our old horse pen so I'm not sure how well she thinks these things out.
Tomato juice doesn't really work.I did wash a cat with tomato juice a few years ago and it worked great. The little fella didn't much like it and shredded me but he smelled a lot better afterward. The feed store up the road sells a product people here swear by, I should pick some up.
first, wash off as much as you can with plain soap or shampoo. Then mix a quart of peroxide, a tsp of liquid dish soap, and 1/4 cup of baking soda. Rub it in, let it sit for five minutes then rinse. If it's still smelly, do it again. It might take a couple of times to get all of the odor out, but it works. It also might bleach your hair and clothes though.
I don't know what time of day that sick cat is eating, but you can pick up the food in the evening to keep from attracting the skunks.