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Old 12-27-2017, 11:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I'm not even a hard liquor fan, and I wholeheartedly endorse Bookers.
As long as someone's watching my back. Bookers and I have differing opinions on when I've had enough.
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Old 12-28-2017, 12:42 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Not much in terms of paintball gear (though my amazon gift cards will likely be converted to inception gun cases and new knee pads), though I did management to snag this little beauty for a song...https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...8f3017c5c6.jpg

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no kidding, this gun was in my dreams last night. someone put it, and a bunch of other amazing guns, in a trash can that I was rooting through.
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My wife got me an open cockpit biplane ride and a pass for a group of 4 to go play paintball at MN Pro.
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Old 12-28-2017, 10:07 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I got books and legos and most importantly I had a great day with my family
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Old 12-28-2017, 10:12 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I'm not even a hard liquor fan, and I wholeheartedly endorse Bookers.
As long as someone's watching my back. Bookers and I have differing opinions on when I've had enough.
This is my second experience with Bookers. I am a huge fan of most of the brands this "house" produces. This one is the barrel strength, I think it's called where the other was a small batch unfiltered. This one has a higher proof and is a bit more rough, but still darned good. I would have to say that as "getting out of hand" goes, the unfiltered was the one to get me in trouble. It was so smooth, great straight, and snuck right up on ya.
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This is my second experience with Bookers. I am a huge fan of most of the brands this "house" produces. This one is the barrel strength, I think it's called where the other was a small batch unfiltered. This one has a higher proof and is a bit more rough, but still darned good. I would have to say that as "getting out of hand" goes, the unfiltered was the one to get me in trouble. It was so smooth, great straight, and snuck right up on ya.
Do you like Beer? There is a great beer that they make in old rum kegs...Innis & Gunn... it is delicious!
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Do you like Beer? There is a great beer that they make in old rum kegs...Innis & Gunn... it is delicious!
Not a huge fan of beer in general. I can enjoy a good beer, prefer dark and or red brews, but due to bloat can only enjoy one or two before I have to quit.

We ride bikes a lot up in Atlanta during the warm months and there is a bar there that stocks a great deal of the micro brew stuff. Last year we had a grapefruit beer that was tremendous on a hot day.
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Old 12-28-2017, 01:02 PM   #30 (permalink)
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This is my second experience with Bookers. I am a huge fan of most of the brands this "house" produces. This one is the barrel strength, I think it's called where the other was a small batch unfiltered. This one has a higher proof and is a bit more rough, but still darned good. I would have to say that as "getting out of hand" goes, the unfiltered was the one to get me in trouble. It was so smooth, great straight, and snuck right up on ya.
Exactly. In my experience, a friend got a bottle and shared it. And I matched him and his brother drink for drink.
Not a good idea when I was 130 pounds, and those guys had another forty pounds and a military tour under their belt.
When it came time to walk the block home, to quote the guy retelling it: "I thought 'Wow, Deus is a trooper!' and then watched him walk and could just watch him get more drunk."
No idea how I got up the stairs.
Woke up with one shoe off, my head on my pillow, and my feet in my computer chair.
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