I saw this garden sculpture yesterday. I don't think the wife would go for it, but I thought it was pretty funny.
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Haven't been to Piece in a while, but I'm sure they're still cranking out great beers and pizza. You should make your way there as well.Revolution Brewing in Chicago. http://revbrew.com/ I got to finally check them out a couple weeks ago. Great beer and food. If you want to travel out to the burbs of Chicago, check out Two Brothers Brewing. http://www.twobrothersbrewing.com/ I might be able to meet up with you for a couple beers when you're in town, just let me know when.
Ah yeah I forgot about those guys! How is Piece these days? When I went there a few times back when I lived in Chicago I loved it.
Churchkey is well worth a visit, but get there early. I love that they have 4oz pours and 4-5 cask ales. I went there for lunch when I was in DC for a conference and was able to try 3 beers and still function during my afternoon meetings
In DC there's RFD, ChurchKey, and the other usual suspects you'll find highly rated on Beer Advocate... they have good beer, but you're going to pay for it.
Right on Jake! On a related note, virtually every time I look at who's online on this board, the guests outnumber members! C'mon peeps, quit treating nickels like manhole covers and join up!I'm fairly sure that refers to registered users of the forum online versus unregistered users, not AHA member status.
http://www.beersmith.com/blog/2011/05/02/beersmith-2-0-a-first-look/Thanks Fred, that looks really nice. I think the new interface will take a little getting used to, but it looks like it will be a big improvement.
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I think, at least in the newspaper example, what you're seeing is the devalution of proper editing. Publishers used to have editors that actually read and digested a writer's output, providing corrections and suggestions. These days that's just too expensive.
Editors are the bane of a writer's existence. Too often editors are little more than heavy-handed critics with red pens.
(It's great to be able to write that without fear of being edited!)
Thanks, saved me the time of posting that.And let's not forget that while NASA spent millions of dollars developing a pen that would write in space the Soviets just took a pencil.
I hate this "legend"
What do you think would happen if anyone of us got caught doing that?Yeah, I lost a ton of respect for him.
Maybe sleeping it off behind bars.
What a maroon!
First one after the yeast is pitched.My strategy, too. It's a nice reward to look forward to.