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When you were watching MTV and Kurt Loder came on, you knew shit had gone down. 

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On 7/24/2020 at 2:36 PM, duckfandan said:

Calmed my soul that I don't know who that is.  Although, Carson Daly can't be that young now.

Oh just fuck you.  

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Social distancing family dilemma:

My sister-in-law sent me a package via Fed-Ex, which arrived today. Along with a purse for her sister, she included my birthday present (which BTW happened more than a month ago). The box was obviously wet when delivered.

She had sent me a fifth of Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (which I've never had), and it was shattered. A quick Google search reveals that it's a fairly expensive bottle of booze, at least by my trailer park standards.

So, do I tell her she did a shitty packing job, or do I just graciously thank her for the quality drunk?

I already know the answer, but I also know that her packaging skills will not improve as a result of my chivalry. Then again, it's the first time in 32 years that she's given me booze for my birthday.

#firstworldCOVIDproblems

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They delivered a box that was soaked in booze to your front porch???

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The reporting Is that it got to 110° in the Tri-Cities today

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We broke a 75 year record for the temp on yesterday's date. 118°.

 

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On 7/28/2020 at 4:30 PM, Quack 12 said:

Social distancing family dilemma:

My sister-in-law sent me a package via Fed-Ex, which arrived today. Along with a purse for her sister, she included my birthday present (which BTW happened more than a month ago). The box was obviously wet when delivered.

She had sent me a fifth of Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (which I've never had), and it was shattered. A quick Google search reveals that it's a fairly expensive bottle of booze, at least by my trailer park standards.

So, do I tell her she did a shitty packing job, or do I just graciously thank her for the quality drunk?

I already know the answer, but I also know that her packaging skills will not improve as a result of my chivalry. Then again, it's the first time in 32 years that she's given me booze for my birthday.

#firstworldCOVIDproblems

To help you out: Basil Hayden is a lighter bourbon that is very easy to drink straight.  It's a lower proof, which makes it mellower and a good entry bourbon.  Light notes of fruit and oak and a pretty clean and easy finish. 

 

It's one of the first ones I drank that I really liked straight or on the rocks, but have moved on to more forward leaning bourbons.

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1 hour ago, duckfandan said:

To help you out: Basil Hayden is a lighter bourbon that is very easy to drink straight.  It's a lower proof, which makes it mellower and a good entry bourbon.  Light notes of fruit and oak and a pretty clean and easy finish. 

 

It's one of the first ones I drank that I really liked straight or on the rocks, but have moved on to more forward leaning bourbons.

Yeah, Basil Hayden's is fine, and a favorite of a lot of beginning bourbon drinkers, likely due to the sweetness and lower proof. They use the same mashbill as old grandad, just much lower proof (old grandad is 114 proof).

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