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About grizzlee

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  • Birthday 06/16/1959

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    Fountain Pen restoration\collecting, Classic Vinyl, Sports, Wine, Bourbon, Scotch, Cooking, Woodcarving, Reading, Three Stooges

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  1. Riding a bike all out, is the closet thing to a Skydive free fall I've found....
  2. OBM May 2017 RyJ Churchill was shockingly astounding
  3. 1. Upmann 2. Bolivar 3. Partagas 4. Cohiba 5. Por Larranaga
  4. Pretty simple process. At the time my love and I got married near 35 years ago, we couldn't afford a 'pot to piss in'. We bought what was cheap and the correct size, picking was pretty easy at that point.
  5. New study for all those trying to convince the significant other a bike is a good idea..... I especially like the line, "In short, it seems that riding a scoot gives you some of the same benefits as a workout and decreases cortisol, the nasty hormone that signals stress".
  6. My departed love.....really need to find another one...
  7. I'm in that group of 'love mine', 'wish I had bought bigger' -- I was going to get a larger model this summer, sadly no such luck.😪 Bob has or did have a great bunch of guys working for him. I guess there was no one who wanted to, or could afford to take on the risk of running with the cabinet side of the business.
  8. why not just dunk em' in water and save a little time and trouble?
  9. Bolivar PC - $6 Fonseca #1 - $7 HU Connie 1 - $8 HUHC - $6 Hoyo Epi 2 - $10 Monte #4 - $7.50 Parti Short - $5.50 =========== Maybe sub a SCDLH El Principe for the HUHC to not have two Upmann in the batch.
  10. Bottle rocket wars, actual fights without weapons between rival schools, fishing with M-80s, smoke bombs at school, frog control with firecrackers, BB gun fights, water balloon launchers accurate to about 100 yrds., buying beer underage, streaking at parties, camping out for 2 days as a 15 yr old to buy concert tickets, sneaking out at night to wreck havoc on neighborhoods, rival school practical jokes that would land you court today, raiding the watermelon patch and avoiding getting shot with rock salt, tapping the watermelons you got away with, jumping off the train trestle into the lake without getting run over, random misdemeanor crimes committed on dares, and a considerable amount of other misc. actions I dare not put into print....
  11. I've had my MXT19.5 about a month and have started a conversation with Bob about options for bigger as I've almost filled it. Bob assures me I'll have no issue selling mine and I feel he's correct there. If I had a mulligan and could makes changes they would be as follows: Buy bigger - I'm not sure twice as big is big enough and it's a long-term investment Would go with wooden doors - love the look of the glass, but now feel wood would be better in anything larger than an MXT19.5 for temp and humidity control Go with greater depth than a 19.5 - 25" would have been better Go with some exotic wood for door panels and side panels If I go larger will have 2 pull out drawers over 1 - mine is full already What I did right: Ordered the Aristocrat Had extra cooling unit added - standard was 2 and added 1 more. If I go larger will have 4 Went with flat top and not crown molding - just like the clean straight lines better Found the manual for the controller online - it has more depth of what each setting really is and what can be done with it Spent a great amount of time adjusting the hinges and closure magnets to get a very tight and secure fit all around - it's pretty tight now and my humidification units have not come on for over a week. (Dewpoint and humidity has been high here of late) Bought SensorPush gateway & sensors for Top and Bottom shelves - a bit anal I know, but I can watch temp and humidity at any time from anywhere - with solid doors would also be an advantage to never have to open it to check temp and humidity If I think of anything else, I'll let you know.
  12. grizzlee

    Taste this............

    So we'll share a bed with someone who has shared a bed with others, we'll kiss someone who has kissed another, we may take a nip off a drink of another to taste, we'll use a public toilet when the need arises, we may have passed a blunt from another or shared a bong; but we won't take a puff on a shared cigar? Granted the key to all the above is the selectivity and timing applied. So would I puff on any cigar from any person - Hell no, but for the right cigar puffed after a selective few - Sure, it might be a one time shot to try that particular smoke.
  13. Outstanding! Never named my other winedors but may have to now.
  14. Ordered on May 8th and picked it up from Bob's shop on August 17.
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