Cool, reminded me of my trip to Barrow, AK.
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Regarding the OP, I took it as a situation where an elderly person on a limited income was fitting a little "beer joy" into his life by coupon-clipping for cheap beer, and the OP saw a chance to be charitable and upgrade the old man's beer joy with homebrew--quite an upgrade, by the way. I too have seen addiction at close range, but without a lot more detail I took it at face value. If you're struggling on a limited income (and I've been there), a libation can be a nice way to take the edge of of life harsher's realities.
Now I'm really curious about the famous Taco John's. Man...the closest TJ's is 434mi. away in Athens, Ohio.
I lived three hours from a TAco Johns, and I'm just now finding out about it?!?!?!
Thanks rabid_dingo coming from you, I consider that sound secondhand info.
Still, just to fix an eye sore and not contain the source seems weird. Rebuild
and repair in the same location seems ludicrous. But then we just had
earthquakes in Oklahoma....
I really did carve a taco on my way home tonight.
That is what I was getting at. Keep pouring water on the hot stuff....that plume has
not been contained and something is downwind from that location....this is not pretty.
Yeah I even heard they were "repairing" the facility. What a load of crock. They need to take the whole place up into ships and drop it in the Marianas trench. Of course then Godzilla might actually be a reality...
That's my lame attempt at humor- anyway how do you fix a problem like that? Chernobyl is still sitting there leaking.
Some of KitchenAid products are still made in Ohio, but a lot of the gears are now plastic. A lot of their other products are made in China.
Do you work for Hamilton Beach, or what?