ayepatz

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About ayepatz

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  • Birthday 08/07/1973

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  1. The Top Ten Most Pointless Things Ever Invented? All 12 of them. https://www.indy100.com/article/the-12-most-pointless-things-ever-invented--Z1Sd9fYMbl
  2. Hello from the UK

    Welcome to the forum! 🇨🇺
  3. dylan and cash

    Excellent. Working in Manchester and staying near the old Free Trade Hall. In all the years I’ve worked here, I never realised that it was the scene of Dylan’s infamous “Judas!” heckle. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-36211789
  4. Lemons

    Getting back on track, on a recent trip to the Nürburgring, the satnav in my Jag started getting creative, suggesting a route through Belgium which added nearly 100km to the journey, in order to save five minutes. My mate, who has a Disco 4, got the same suggestion from his satnav. “Jagnav” continued to offer bizarre route suggestions throughout the whole weekend. I think an update might be called for. 😬
  5. Hats off to Liverpool...

    The scramble for Bale is on. What an impact he made. And he also made it clear what he thought of being left on the bench! Felt sorry for the poor old Liverpool keeper. What a night to have your worst game ever. ☹️
  6. 1. Empire. 2. All the rest.
  7. Lemons

    Sailing close to the wind here, folks. Please don’t make us add bad cars to the list of site taboos. 😂
  8. Lemons

    The electrics seem to have come from a primary school science class. Such a shame. When it runs it is a fabulous thing. Particularly with the Termignoni end-can.
  9. Lemons

    Moro Guzzi Griso 8V. Typically Italian sports bike. Beautiful to behold. Thoroughly unreliable. The ultimate expression of lemonhood. Currently for sale. 😬
  10. Happy Birthday Di! Have fun!🍾🍾🍾
  11. Heading to Hawaii on Fridaii

    And that’s the best reason for doing anything, as we all know. 😉
  12. I’ve found R&J Churchies go well with dark weißbiers.
  13. Aging at High Temps

    With wine, it seems to be that temperature fluctuations are the main enemy. As long as your temperature is stable, there is a generally accepted range for wine storage from 10°C to 15°C (13°C is pretty much ideal), with aging occurring more slowly at lower temperatures, and more quickly at high ones. I store my cigars in tupperdors in an understairs cupboard, without refrigeration, at 65%rh. The temperature is on the higher side, around 17/18°C, but pretty stable all year round. All appear to be aging well.

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