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very sly, Steve...no need to argue or be irritated  just push the ignore button....

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Has that always been there?  

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For a year or more but it is not obvious which is why I pointed it out. Other forums employing this software have the same feature so this may help people on more than just this forum.

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10 hours ago, vanursepaul said:

Uh oh...there go all my readers....

Lol

They can't read where you are at the moment any way. They spell beer,  XXXX :laugh:

JW :smile:

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1210031280_4x.jpg.877363c128d39beb869b0bc31a217280.jpg  I hope this is gold related

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geof, that beer is half strength. Girly beer. Suitable for Halfarse.

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You guys down there sure do wimp out on your beer. Around these parts a six pack of the good stuff looks like this:

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No XXXXXs needed. Not available in a "gold" version and putting a bow or a dress on it is considered a felony.

Paul is a lightweight. He visits down under to take a break from real American beer. ????

NOW you can try out that ignore button. :biggrin:

Best emoticons on any forum Steve. I don't know what they are but they sure are fun to use.

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Holy crap, did I read that right? I distill liqueur at about 90% discarding the first 150 mils that first comes off as 'heads' and then dilute it by half with filtered spring water . I can make it that strong, but you need to know what you are dealing with. "Danger, danger".

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