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The Pub / Re: This one is for Weazletoe
« on: April 03, 2010, 04:59:45 PM »
That is HILARIOUS!!!

The Pub / Re: Will it kill my truck?
« on: April 03, 2010, 04:57:23 PM »
Did you seriously just say "oh my heck"? 

The Pub / Re: Will it kill my truck?
« on: April 03, 2010, 01:35:41 AM »
Nah, we are getting the trailer for camping. Only reason is I got such a steal on it. It's a mid 80's, self contained, in GREAT shape. 1500$!! I'd be stupid not to buy.
   (oh, and I'll be living in the mancave. a little more on's 20x12. Gonna run water to it. I have an 8ft set of SWEET cabinets that are going to go in it, and it will have a bar. The bar and will partition the back part off, and will have vinyl on the floor. This is where the brewing will happen. Up front, will be the big screen, with PS3, my big ole' recliner with heat and massage, and my couch. Gonna deck it all out in Ohio State, and Marilyn Monroe. I'm putting A/C in it too. Them Idaho people swear it's a dry heat, but 90* is 90*. And off the front, it will have a 20x4 porch, with a roof over it. When it's done, party at my house!!!!)

The Pub / Re: Will it kill my truck?
« on: April 03, 2010, 01:17:39 AM »
  Did some investigatin' today. Found the Trailblazer is already wired for a brake controller. The hitch is rated for 400 on the tongue, and 6,000 trailer. Looked in my owners manual, and with my engine / trans, I'm good for 5,700lbs. Not sure of my rear end gearing, so that is assuming the lightest I can pull. I'll check with the dealer, to find out for sure, but even at 5,700, that should be plenty of butt to pull it. And if I go with a WD hitch, I can even go heavier.
   I'm getting anxious to get out of here now. I'm done with work, and won't be seriously looking till about July. Taking some time off. And, my new man cave is being built as I type this. Look out Idaho!  ;D

The Pub / Re: Would you eat whale meat?
« on: April 02, 2010, 01:51:06 AM »
Bacon (american bacon at least) comes from the belly.  And its hugely fatty and marbled, so completely unlike the very distinct separation between blubber and lean meat in whale meat.  So while curing and smoking might certainly produce an interesting product, it would not be too much like bacon I'd guess. 

I'm having a moment. Don't ruin it for me.

The Pub / Re: Will it kill my truck?
« on: April 02, 2010, 01:47:21 AM »
  Thanks for the advice all. The trailer comes with sway bars. As for the weight of it, he said it is really light. As far as how light, I'm not sure. He told me "it does not weigh a ton". i'm not sure if he meant that literally, or figuratively. Think I'll look for that controller now. 

The Pub / Re: Would you eat whale meat?
« on: April 01, 2010, 05:20:10 PM »
 I could not imagine anything more delicious than magical whale bacon.    Mmmmmm...........whale bacon............

The Pub / Re: Will it kill my truck?
« on: April 01, 2010, 05:18:45 PM »
  I have reciever hitches on both trucks. The one on my Silverado (Allie as I like to call her) is major beefy. You could pull a house with it. The camper has e-brakes, so I would just need to put a controller on my truck. the tires on the trailer are brand new also. A tranny cooler seems like a good idea. Should be pretty easy to install to. Basically just mount the small radiator up front, and and tap in the tranny lines into trucks radiator, right?

The Pub / Will it kill my truck? (now with pics)
« on: April 01, 2010, 02:49:08 AM »
  Four weeks till I'm Idaho bound. I heard it's state law there you have to have a camper. So, I got a STEAL on a 21ft Prowler. Only 1500$. It's in great shape. Thing is, i'm wondering if either of my trucks are up to lugging it up the Rockies. I have a 97' Silverado with a 4.3, and Holly has a 08' Trailblazer with a V6. I'm not really worried about tearing the bumper out of them, I'm more concerned if the motor / transmission will be up to it. What do ya'll think? I'd sure had to kill the Weaze-mobile somewhere in Wyoming.

Here she is boys. Will be pulling with the Trailblazer though. Not my truck.

The Pub / Re: Too drunk....
« on: March 31, 2010, 05:49:43 PM »

Things in urine are not completely water soluble and they build up on the shower floor and walls as it splashes around. Then other people have to stand in your pee. Just awful.

Well, dude, I scrub the shower down on the reg. I'm not that uncivilized. Sheesh.......... ::)

The Pub / Re: Too drunk....
« on: March 31, 2010, 02:49:19 AM »
Oh man, I love peeing on my lawn.

How else ya gonna mark your territory?

 You know what's even better than a pee in the lawn? A good ole' pee in the shower. I mean, is there anything better? It just feels so right. And, as an added bonus, no athletes foot.  :D

  Do what I do when asked. Simply state that hey are samples, preserved in malt and hops. Gets me off the hook every time.  ;D

All Things Food / Re: Pub Grub
« on: March 22, 2010, 02:15:07 AM »
Never-mind the sandwich in the pic, I love me a good ole' Scotch egg with a pint.

All Things Food / Re: For Weezle.....CANDIED Bacon
« on: March 21, 2010, 12:58:28 PM »
HOLY CRAP! I'm sitting here at my computer on a Sunday morning, with tears in my eyes! I cannot wait to do this!!!!

General Homebrew Discussion / Re: FYI: blind taste test
« on: March 21, 2010, 12:52:57 PM »
 Second, why is it that no one else has reported this?  Is it because no one has done the test the way you did it, or is it something else?

My guess would be because it's BMC. It's pretty much gonna suck either way!  ;D

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