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hushiyar singh

By hushiyar_100 ·
hallo sir,
please tell me which is the best institute for hardware and networking.
I think you know I have many probelem obout institute.

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I think you are wrong, that you think we know ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to hushiyar singh

Because you haven't TOLD us what your problem is.

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All of his problems will go away

by jdclyde In reply to I think you are wrong, th ...

if he is properly medicated.

:)

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I want some of that medication!

by OnTheRopes In reply to All of his problems will ...

Dammit! Give it here!

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I will be self-medicating this weekend

by jdclyde In reply to I want some of that medic ...

Glen Morangie, mmmmmm. My fav, so far!

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Glen Morangie Distillery is 1 mile away from my keyboard...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to I will be self-medicating ...

That might explain my occasional outbursts! :^0

Although I prefer Glen Livet 12 yr old.

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I started on Glen Fiddich

by JamesRL In reply to Glen Morangie Distillery ...

I like Glen Livet, working on a bottle of Abelour now. Don't mind Glen Morangie at all.

Now Laphroig.....not my taste. I remember reading that some people had a gene that made them think cilantro tastes like soap. I think I must have a gene that makes Laphroig taste like terpentine.

James

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That was my start as well, thanks to you guys

by jdclyde In reply to I started on Glen Fiddich

If you recall my discussions I had a few years back about this.

fiddich was the recommended starting place and have killed a few of them so far.

famous grouse is good (for the price).

Last year, the Morangie (12 year, sherry) was my birthday gift to myself. not sure what I will get this year. Maybe bump up to the 15. That is what I had my heart set on, but it was out when I went to go get it and was not about to walk away empty handed. B-)

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Ian Fleming originally had James Bond drinking Laphroaig

by OldER Mycroft In reply to I started on Glen Fiddich

The pansy shaken-not-stirred nonsense only arrived for the films because they had to have a low age censorship certificate.

It is most certainly an acquired taste - I utterly detested my first mouthful of Laphroaig. The peat content sets it apart though.

Curiously, back in the '80s I developed a rather fond liking for Jim Beam bourbon, particularly when I was pigging-out on diamond-cut tomatoes drowning in garlic mayonnaise.

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Most mash whiskies turn my stomach

by jdclyde In reply to I started on Glen Fiddich

My first bad experience with drinking was with seagrams, making 7/7's.

over twenty years later and just the smell of seagrams, black velvet, canadian, and beam still bring about a gag. Still like jack though.

tequila is still my friend though... B-)

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Like livet

by jdclyde In reply to Glen Morangie Distillery ...

but I would say my top two at this point are the Morangie and McClellan.

ya know, my birthday is coming up.......

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