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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2012, 02:48 
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Cold pizza and beer for all! :beerchug:

..... Double-double for the non-drinkers :yumcoffee:

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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2012, 09:35 
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R they really all from Bamff?

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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2012, 11:43 
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Geek wrote:
Double-double for the non-drinkers :yumcoffee:
Funny, I had my "Quad" americano this morning and I thought about it being Canada Day. Although I've been in the US Pacific Northwest for almost 25 years, I grew up outside of Detroit where trips to Windsor (Ontario, Canada) were like trips to the corner store. They have what the call the "Freedom Festival" on the Detroit river there which is a joint celebration of Canada Day (July 1) and Independence Day (July 4th). It's a four day bash with Fireworks on the 2nd over the river. Great Fun!

And by "beer" did you mean "Molson"? ;)

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PostPosted: 01 Jul 2012, 21:01 
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Heh, Molson gives my tummy mega acid... I'm serving up... ummmm.... Guinness, LOL :D

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Just remember... "The Warmer the Weather, The Darker the Beer!"

Stout for everyone! :beerchug:

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Hi folks, happy Canada Day!

Sorry I have not been around much as I've been pretty busy moving into a new place. I'll be back in action soon. I have a sweet workshop and garage now so I hope to resume a bunch of half finished projects soon.

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Suncalc wrote:
Just remember... "The Warmer the Weather, The Darker the Beer!"

Stout for everyone! :beerchug:

I agree. Though winter here I got into a couple of Coopers Stout (local brew). Went down well followed by a Black C$o*ck red. And all of this while listening to 6 hours of classical music at a friends home through my 807 amp. A great combination.

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