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No thanksgiving smoke here. Just a normal day. Turkey fixins’ etc.. Maybe I should have smoked a nice cigar. I did enjoy a half bottle of Vintage Port wine.
And got to fire my Ruger LCP.
Happy thanksgiving folks !
I’m not the guy that tastes all those flavors. As hard as I try it just tastes sweet to me.
I got some blue cheese to eat with it and I thought blue cheese was freaking disgusting. Threw that out straight away. I got some figs as well, and although they tasted OK, I didn’t like the grittiness...
Delicious by my tastebuds. Sweeter than I was expecting, but then again I’ve never had a vintage port. I didn’t follow the traditional drinking vintage port things to do. I didn’t decant it, or open it a couple hours before drinking. I did pour it in a mason jar, so maybe somewhat decanted. Then...
Not in YEARS. Maybe a decade or more. I collect artwork from friends though. I have 4 paintings on the wall that friends did. For me that’s more valuable than someone I don’t know.
On a side note I worked at children’s museum For about a year. That was a lot of fun. Except when I had to clean...
I guess that program was terminated eh? Bummer
I don’t know anyone you can mail it too. But I bet if you have a local jeweler in town they can change a battery for you depending on the watch. I’ve had some watches where the jeweler wouldn’t do the battery change so I‘m guessing it depends on...