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    You Drank Too Much. Fess Up.

    As the first step into my recovery which will extend until roughly 2:00 pm tomorrow, I want to say I shouldn't have opened that last bottle of Jemrose 2009. I'm sorry.

    k.
    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    That's alright I forgive you. I'm sober and am going to put up the Dragon slayer set for sale, what excuse do I have.lol
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    That's alright I forgive you. I'm sober and am going to put up the Dragon slayer set for sale, what excuse do I have.lol
    Awesome. Crazy sober stuff makes it feel better.

    k
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    I was sipping Wild Turkey 101 last night while reading, must have poured more than I thought, based on today's performance. Need to drink more wine instead...

    And Son is crazy, drunk or sober.

    Stefan

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    Have bene trying my hardest not to drink since haloween night after work .*icky*
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    I can blame part of it on the Jack, but mostly on the hoarding (and a long day at work).....still wondering if I will post the recent DT ITK purchase up for sale.....some buyers remorse since I have others on the way and a western ITK in house, but still great knives

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    I was slightly tipsy when I decided to sell my languishing Nilon D600 and buy a pair of Kagekiyos (and misc. other stuff, like a 12" inch Mauviel tinned copper pan, and a Yamawaku yanagi). I haven't regretted it yet!

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    Whether or not I drank to much depends on who you talk to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    I was sipping Wild Turkey 101 last night while reading, must have poured more than I thought, based on today's performance. Need to drink more wine instead...

    And Son is crazy, drunk or sober.

    Stefan
    How do you like the Turkey 101? I've been meaning on trying some but I keep forgetting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    How do you like the Turkey 101? I've been meaning on trying some but I keep forgetting.
    get the rye, instead.

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