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Old June 24th 03, 02:00 AM
Phil Miller
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On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:16:57 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
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"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge amount of
brews from down under, mind you.


Wow! A connoisseur. Yeah, I quite like a Boags on occasions.

Cheers,


Phil
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  #12  
Old June 24th 03, 02:10 AM
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On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 18:47:14 -0500, CJS wrote:



Phil Miller wrote:

On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 16:51:50 -0500, CJS wrote:



Scet wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message ...


Bill Silvey wrote:

"Bertie the Bunyip" wrote in message

"Tarver Engineering" posted
:


"Bill Silvey" wrote in message
. com...
Caught "Bridges at Toko Ri" today on AMC.

Good, good stuff.

"Where do we get men like that?"

Not from your gene pool.


Snort! Yeah, we expect great things to come from Tarver's genetic
poultry experiments!

He's already got some of his offspring signed up for College, dontcha
Splaps Boy?

Bertie
-

Heh. Tarver slagging me over a Bridges at Toko-Ri quote. That's
*funny*,
considering he's insulted both Art Kramer and Ed Rasimus, two people who
have most assuredly been there and done that. As if Tarver would know
what
kind of man it takes to do the job they've done.

Ah well, thanks for replying to his post; at least I got to see what
sort of
drivel he spewed...

Ask him about...

...how the WWII Avenger bomber was powered by jet engines
...how pitot tubes are only used on turbine planes
...how mud wasps clog pitot tubes with alarming regularity
...how the pitot tube is actually the P1T0 tube
...how spoilers create negative lift
...how wings on racecars are actually spoilers
...how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia
...how a non-existant section of TWA800 was the problem
...how Kapton is a conductor, not an insulator

how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia

LOL!!!............as if.............

Well, to be fair, Fosters isn't much better.


Sure. But no one here drinks Fosters either. :-)


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


Well, to quote the Fosters company website;

"Victoria Bitter is Australia's favourite beer. Australians enjoy more
than 400 million litres of the top-selling brew each year."

By 20 million men, women and children! Splappy would be hard pressed to
keep up. I guess you could say that VB's popular here.?

Cheers,


Phil
--
24 beers in a carton. 24 hours in a day. Hmmmm.......
  #13  
Old June 24th 03, 02:15 AM
Phil Miller
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On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 18:47:14 -0500, CJS wrote:



Phil Miller wrote:

On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 16:51:50 -0500, CJS wrote:



Scet wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message ...


Bill Silvey wrote:

"Bertie the Bunyip" wrote in message

"Tarver Engineering" posted
:


"Bill Silvey" wrote in message
. com...
Caught "Bridges at Toko Ri" today on AMC.

Good, good stuff.

"Where do we get men like that?"

Not from your gene pool.


Snort! Yeah, we expect great things to come from Tarver's genetic
poultry experiments!

He's already got some of his offspring signed up for College, dontcha
Splaps Boy?

Bertie
-

Heh. Tarver slagging me over a Bridges at Toko-Ri quote. That's
*funny*,
considering he's insulted both Art Kramer and Ed Rasimus, two people who
have most assuredly been there and done that. As if Tarver would know
what
kind of man it takes to do the job they've done.

Ah well, thanks for replying to his post; at least I got to see what
sort of
drivel he spewed...

Ask him about...

...how the WWII Avenger bomber was powered by jet engines
...how pitot tubes are only used on turbine planes
...how mud wasps clog pitot tubes with alarming regularity
...how the pitot tube is actually the P1T0 tube
...how spoilers create negative lift
...how wings on racecars are actually spoilers
...how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia
...how a non-existant section of TWA800 was the problem
...how Kapton is a conductor, not an insulator

how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia

LOL!!!............as if.............

Well, to be fair, Fosters isn't much better.


Sure. But no one here drinks Fosters either. :-)


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


http://www.fosters.com.au/beer/about...itter_song.mp3

Cheers,


Phil
--
24 beers in a carton. 24 hours in a day. Hmmmm.......
  #14  
Old June 24th 03, 02:22 AM
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"Phil Miller" wrote in message

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:16:57 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge
amount of brews from down under, mind you.


Wow! A connoisseur. Yeah, I quite like a Boags on occasions.


Well, I'll tell you what. The first time (and sadly, the last time) I ever
had a boags was from a gourmet store (which closed soon after) near my
house. Now, I like it when beers taste "clean"; that is, the underlying
taste behind the alcohol is either nonexistant, or very refreshing. Upon
tasting a Boags, I was struck by how much like pure, clean springwater that
taste was. I was in heaven.

Now of course I can't find it anywhere in the states. Probably for the
best; that lone bottle cost me about $5 USD!

I'm also fond of Banks, from Barbados. A delicious lager.

--
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Old June 24th 03, 02:25 AM
Phil Miller
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On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 20:03:58 -0500, CJS wrote:



Bill Silvey wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge amount of
brews from down under, mind you.


Phil will hate me for this, but I actually prefer the Kiwi brews,
Steinlager being an exception.


Philistine! And an England supporter! Did you hear the rugby score from
last weekend? Sob... :-(

Phil
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The letters are Hex, of an ancient mode, but the language is that of
Microsoft, which I dare not utter here. But in common English this is
what it says: One OS to rule them all, One OS to find them, One OS to
bring them all & in the darkness bind them.
  #16  
Old June 24th 03, 02:43 AM
CJS
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Phil Miller wrote:

On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 20:03:58 -0500, CJS wrote:



Bill Silvey wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.

James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge amount of
brews from down under, mind you.


Phil will hate me for this, but I actually prefer the Kiwi brews,
Steinlager being an exception.


Philistine! And an England supporter! Did you hear the rugby score from
last weekend? Sob... :-(


Naw...I'll cheer for the Lions if no one else is around (e.g., anyone
but the Wallabies), but I'm an All-Blacks guy.

Cheers...Craig
O M
http://www.vabene.net
---
I'm not dumb. I just have a command of thoroughly useless
information.
- Calvin (and Hobbes)

All I want is a warm bed and a kind word and unlimited
power.
- Ashleigh Brilliant

I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people
who annoy me.
- Fred Allen
  #17  
Old June 24th 03, 02:44 AM
CJS
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Phil Miller wrote:

On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 18:47:14 -0500, CJS wrote:



Phil Miller wrote:

On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 16:51:50 -0500, CJS wrote:



Scet wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message ...


Bill Silvey wrote:

"Bertie the Bunyip" wrote in message

"Tarver Engineering" posted
:


"Bill Silvey" wrote in message
. com...
Caught "Bridges at Toko Ri" today on AMC.

Good, good stuff.

"Where do we get men like that?"

Not from your gene pool.


Snort! Yeah, we expect great things to come from Tarver's genetic
poultry experiments!

He's already got some of his offspring signed up for College, dontcha
Splaps Boy?

Bertie
-

Heh. Tarver slagging me over a Bridges at Toko-Ri quote. That's
*funny*,
considering he's insulted both Art Kramer and Ed Rasimus, two people who
have most assuredly been there and done that. As if Tarver would know
what
kind of man it takes to do the job they've done.

Ah well, thanks for replying to his post; at least I got to see what
sort of
drivel he spewed...

Ask him about...

...how the WWII Avenger bomber was powered by jet engines
...how pitot tubes are only used on turbine planes
...how mud wasps clog pitot tubes with alarming regularity
...how the pitot tube is actually the P1T0 tube
...how spoilers create negative lift
...how wings on racecars are actually spoilers
...how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia
...how a non-existant section of TWA800 was the problem
...how Kapton is a conductor, not an insulator

how Budweiser is the best-selling beer in Australia

LOL!!!............as if.............

Well, to be fair, Fosters isn't much better.

Sure. But no one here drinks Fosters either. :-)


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.


http://www.fosters.com.au/beer/about...itter_song.mp3


Brilliant!

Cheers...Craig
O M
http://www.vabene.net
---
I'm not dumb. I just have a command of thoroughly useless
information.
- Calvin (and Hobbes)

All I want is a warm bed and a kind word and unlimited
power.
- Ashleigh Brilliant

I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people
who annoy me.
- Fred Allen
  #18  
Old June 24th 03, 02:47 AM
Phil Miller
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On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 01:22:40 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"Phil Miller" wrote in message

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:16:57 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.

James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge
amount of brews from down under, mind you.


Wow! A connoisseur. Yeah, I quite like a Boags on occasions.


Well, I'll tell you what. The first time (and sadly, the last time) I ever
had a boags was from a gourmet store (which closed soon after) near my
house. Now, I like it when beers taste "clean"; that is, the underlying
taste behind the alcohol is either nonexistant, or very refreshing. Upon
tasting a Boags, I was struck by how much like pure, clean springwater that
taste was. I was in heaven.


Yeah, I think the Tassie water has a lot to do with that.

Now of course I can't find it anywhere in the states. Probably for the
best; that lone bottle cost me about $5 USD!


This mob (among others I'm sure) will sell you some and ship it to you,
but you'd better be prepared for some hefty P&H;
http://www.quinndirect.com.au/beer/b...ntry=australia

Here's the brewers site;
www.boags.com.au

I'm also fond of Banks, from Barbados. A delicious lager.


Haven't heard of that one.

Cheers,


Phil
--
Pfft...english! Who needs that? I'm never going to England.
Homer J. Simpson
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Old June 24th 03, 03:07 AM
Tom Mosher
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"Phil Miller" wrote in message
...
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 01:22:40 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"Phil Miller" wrote in message

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:16:57 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.

James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great huge
amount of brews from down under, mind you.

Wow! A connoisseur. Yeah, I quite like a Boags on occasions.


Well, I'll tell you what. The first time (and sadly, the last time) I

ever
had a boags was from a gourmet store (which closed soon after) near my
house. Now, I like it when beers taste "clean"; that is, the underlying
taste behind the alcohol is either nonexistant, or very refreshing. Upon
tasting a Boags, I was struck by how much like pure, clean springwater

that
taste was. I was in heaven.


Yeah, I think the Tassie water has a lot to do with that.

Now of course I can't find it anywhere in the states. Probably for the
best; that lone bottle cost me about $5 USD!


This mob (among others I'm sure) will sell you some and ship it to you,
but you'd better be prepared for some hefty P&H;

http://www.quinndirect.com.au/beer/b...ntry=australia

Here's the brewers site;
www.boags.com.au

I'm also fond of Banks, from Barbados. A delicious lager.


Haven't heard of that one.

Cheers,


Phil
--
Pfft...english! Who needs that? I'm never going to England.
Homer J. Simpson


Ah yes, Banks beer. I remember it well from my two-week vacation in Barbados
many a year ago. Pretty good beer and very reasonably priced. My brothers
and I would go through a case or so a night after scuba diving all day.

Barbados also produces some of the best rum made - Mount Gay.

Tom



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Old June 24th 03, 03:18 AM
Clark
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"Tom Mosher" [email protected] wrote in
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"Phil Miller" wrote in message
...
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 01:22:40 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"Phil Miller" wrote in message

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:16:57 GMT, "Bill Silvey"
wrote:

"CJS" wrote in message


"Fosters, it's Australian for 'Here, you drink it.'"

That being said, a Vic Bitter or two can hit the spot.

James Boag's is pretty good stuff - not that I've had a great
huge amount of brews from down under, mind you.

Wow! A connoisseur. Yeah, I quite like a Boags on occasions.

Well, I'll tell you what. The first time (and sadly, the last time)
I

ever
had a boags was from a gourmet store (which closed soon after) near
my house. Now, I like it when beers taste "clean"; that is, the
underlying taste behind the alcohol is either nonexistant, or very
refreshing. Upon tasting a Boags, I was struck by how much like
pure, clean springwater

that
taste was. I was in heaven.


Yeah, I think the Tassie water has a lot to do with that.

Now of course I can't find it anywhere in the states. Probably for
the best; that lone bottle cost me about $5 USD!


This mob (among others I'm sure) will sell you some and ship it to
you, but you'd better be prepared for some hefty P&H;

http://www.quinndirect.com.au/beer/b...r&country=aust
ralia

Here's the brewers site;
www.boags.com.au

I'm also fond of Banks, from Barbados. A delicious lager.


Haven't heard of that one.

Cheers,


Phil
--
Pfft...english! Who needs that? I'm never going to England.
Homer J. Simpson


Ah yes, Banks beer. I remember it well from my two-week vacation in
Barbados
many a year ago. Pretty good beer and very reasonably priced. My
brothers
and I would go through a case or so a night after scuba diving all
day.

Barbados also produces some of the best rum made - Mount Gay.

Bah, hogwash. Get thee to Venezuela - excellent rum, Polar beer, and
willing women. What more could you want?

 




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