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kingslug

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hmmm...not possible at this point but probably a good thing to do..
This Knob Creek 100 proof is tasty.
I drove into NYC today to work. Figured it would be an easy drive. Um..no. People are driving like they are very distracted..cutting people off..speeding ..
Then on FDR South I hear a crack..the kind you hear when a car crashes into something. Car parts flying in front of me from the North lane..then I look in the mirror and see what looks like a light pole fall onto the road on my side. 10 seconds earlier and I might have hit that.
 

kingslug

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One of my engineers did leave something interesting for me in my office. A laser system for practicing shooting. Comes with a laser that goes in the bore and a target. Since I cant go to the range..this will have to do.
 

deadheadskier

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hmmm...not possible at this point but probably a good thing to do..
This Knob Creek 100 proof is tasty.
I drove into NYC today to work. Figured it would be an easy drive. Um..no. People are driving like they are very distracted..cutting people off..speeding ..
Then on FDR South I hear a crack..the kind you hear when a car crashes into something. Car parts flying in front of me from the North lane..then I look in the mirror and see what looks like a light pole fall onto the road on my side. 10 seconds earlier and I might have hit that.
Go for this one the next time. Don't let the additional 20 proof scare ya.

Very smooth and tasty stuff

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VTKilarney

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I saw a group of about 30 people playing baseball yesterday. They weren't even trying to keep six feet apart - judging by the people sitting in the dugout.

The stupid people are going to ruin this for everyone.

I was VERY tempted to call the police.
 

icecoast1

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I saw a group of about 30 people playing baseball yesterday. They weren't even trying to keep six feet apart - judging by the people sitting in the dugout.

The stupid people are going to ruin this for everyone.

I was VERY tempted to call the police.

They just closed all the parks here for that exact reason. People that can't act responsibly ruin it for the rest of us
 

BenedictGomez

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I was VERY tempted to call the police.

I read an article a few days ago that this is happening more & more, people are taking the enforcement of Social Distancing into their own hands by calling the authorities. It's happened quite a bit in New Jersey, and I think the effect was positive. What I mean by that is, it's common knowledge now down here that if you're playing a baseball game you probably wont make it more than 4 innings before the cops show up.
 

kingslug

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Spent this past week burglar proofing the house. Pretty interesting. You tube has some good info.
Just replacing all the small screw that hold door hinges and locks is a big improvement.Then adding metal sheilds to several areas .
3M shatterproof film for all glass doors.
Even learned how you can prevent your garage door can be opened from outside if you have an automatic opener.
And door blockers preventing kick in.
You...never know in this now very uncertain time.
And a good small safe in a hard to find location...
 

cdskier

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CD ,Whats for dinner? You should make a "Dinner with CD" thread .

LOL. Tonight I made a grilled chicken parm. The sauce is a fire roasted tomato sauce combined with some onions, garlic, and basil. It gets topped with some smoked mozzarella. For the wine I went with a Cab Franc/Merlot blend.
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Last night I made spaghetti with Shrimp, Arugula, and a Lemon infused oil (technically the recipe called for linguine, but I only had spaghetti.). Paired this with a fascinating Pet Nat sparkling wine.
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teleo

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CD we're crashing your place at sugarbush for dinner next season[emoji6]

Although I have been cooking a ton too. Bummed I'm running out of propane for my grill. Wondering if it's worth a touch point to refill.
 

mbedle

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LOL. Tonight I made a grilled chicken parm. The sauce is a fire roasted tomato sauce combined with some onions, garlic, and basil. It gets topped with some smoked mozzarella. For the wine I went with a Cab Franc/Merlot blend.
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Last night I made spaghetti with Shrimp, Arugula, and a Lemon infused oil (technically the recipe called for linguine, but I only had spaghetti.). Paired this with a fascinating Pet Nat sparkling wine.
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I got say, your cooking is damn good.
 
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