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Old 08-13-2020, 05:49 PM
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SKUNKY beer times ?
That sounds really N-A-S-T-E-Y, NASTEY !
Few things taste better than a ice cold fresh draft beer, but very few traditionally edible things taste WORSE than SKUNKY beer.
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Old 08-14-2020, 04:15 AM
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SKUNKY beer times ?
That sounds really N-A-S-T-E-Y, NASTEY !
Few things taste better than a ice cold fresh draft beer, but very few traditionally edible things taste WORSE than SKUNKY beer.

Especially when it's supposed to be a high quality pilsner. I didn't say anything until he asked. Twice.
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Old 08-14-2020, 06:59 AM
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Especially when it's supposed to be a high quality pilsner. I didn't say anything until he asked. Twice.

How is Scooter doing?
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Old 08-14-2020, 07:47 AM
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How is Scooter doing?

Fine. More real estate machinations. He's moving to my neck of the woods and he's going to come fly the Codger Squadron at B6-4 Field one day, like it or not. I'll buy the beer. He works in our downtown location, so I see him occasionally when I work there. (Not recently, though.)
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No, I didnít run through the streets naked like Archimedes of Syracuse was said to do when he exclaimed Eureka! Eureka! BUT ... I have found it! ... and I am very stoked about it!

I knew my SAM badge would turn up in a box of parts. Looks like when I received mine I was working on repairing two EnerJet 1340 clone models as it was found in a small box with two painted Estes fin cans and some short lengths of Semroc LT-125 tubing. I was really beginning to wonder if I would ever locate my SAM badge.

I also found a couple of LDRS badges from 1994 and a badge from the Southern Thunder launch in Manchester, TN May 2005. Found these in the bottom of my old range box.

Not nearly as exciting as finally finding my SAM #0052 badge as a great reminder of all the projects that Carl, Sheryl and Bruce helped me to make a reality. Great memories, thatís for sure.
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