Just sayin', you're all pretty bitchin' July 18, 2011 8:11 PM   Subscribe

Can't hold back the schmoopy much longer.

Just another "I love you bastards" kind of post. You've been with me since 2001, and boy did I clamor to get in on the party. It took years before I was able to sign up (originally under an account tied to too many shenanigans elsewhere) and my contributions have been minimal. But MetaFilter has done so much for me.

First, you made it painfully obvious that there are so many well-spoken, ridiculously intelligent people out there who prefer to express their written thoughts with proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. I've always been intimidated by your collective brilliance. I am without a doubt 175% of the wannabe writer I was back in 2001 thanks to your collective eloquence. I'm a long-winded type but I'm learning how to be concise and when to let the wind blow and blow and blow.

Second, you made it painfully obvious that there's a whole freakin' world out there, that I'm not locked into a specific career path or a specific geographic location. I'm a total creature of habit, a creature of creature-comforts, a creature who will put up with a lot of BS just to be left alone. You've taught me when to embrace this person, and when to transcend this person so that this person is much happier down the road. I've always treated "future me" like shit and you're turning that around for me. Future me is very thankful.

Third, you convinced me that I should talk to a psychiatrist and therapist about my depression, which ultimately ties back to ADHD. And oh wait, I'm freakin' bi-polar too. I'm a rather bizarre manic-depressive in that my cycles are almost totally governed by the seasons, but I've progressed from hypomania to full-on mania and it was only because I stayed home sick one day and spent hours reading MeFi that I decided there was a root cause to my depression besides "I'm depressed that I haven't done anything with my life." You convinced me to talk to somebody about ADHD, and to get my labs done, and to spend hours and hours and hundreds of dollars working on getting my mind right.

I remember so many of your names and can often identify you by the first few words of your comments before I scroll down and confirm my identification. You will always hold a special place in my heart.

The strange thing is, I only really get hardcore about reading MeFi when I'm depressed. When I'm depressed, I want to be a passive conduit for information. I take it in as pure entertainment because I don't feel like doing anything else (except sleeping and eating). But then I realize that when the mania strikes (almost always from March through July/August) I've integrated all of this information into my brain and I act on it. I don't forget anything, even if it feels like I'm just reading the information for entertainment's sake. People are astonished by the random factoids I pull out of thin air thanks to MeFi. I give you props at every opp't.

My mood is slowly moving back downhill, and it's time to bump up the lamictal...thankfully I've learned so much about that. I've also learned a lot about Scotch and thanks to MeFi and my immediate love-at-first-sip with Talisker, I spent $1,500 on Scotch during a manic spending spree two years ago (before I knew what hypomania and mania actually were). Oh well, some of those bottles have tripled in value :)
posted by aydeejones to MetaFilter-Related at 8:11 PM (94 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite

Scotch is good.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 8:17 PM on July 18, 2011 [3 favorites]


Bourbon is Better.
posted by jonmc at 8:19 PM on July 18, 2011 [5 favorites]


But everyone knows that Beer is The Best
posted by cmonkey at 8:23 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


They're all swell.
posted by jonmc at 8:25 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


I give you props at every opp't.

All those complete words, sentences & paragraphs, and yet you felt some irresistible need to abbreviate 'opportunity', of all things?
posted by UbuRoivas at 8:26 PM on July 18, 2011


who is pouring.
posted by clavdivs at 8:29 PM on July 18, 2011


Ok
posted by cjorgensen at 8:33 PM on July 18, 2011


All those complete words, sentences & paragraphs, and yet you felt some irresistible need to abbreviate 'opportunity', of all things?

It looked neat and sounded interesting in my head when I read it. I appreciate neat things.
posted by shakespeherian at 8:41 PM on July 18, 2011


Just another "I love you bastards" kind of post.

As a male born out of wedlock, I hereby put my Bastard Stamp of Approval on this post.
┌────────┐
│APPROVED│
└────────┘
posted by Kattullus at 8:47 PM on July 18, 2011 [14 favorites]


We demand proper tunities at every opportunity!
posted by flabdablet at 8:50 PM on July 18, 2011


┌─────┐
│FUXED│
└─────┘
posted by flabdablet at 8:53 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


you convinced me that I should talk to a psychiatrist and therapist

Dude. We all try to convince everyone to do that, all the time.
posted by tumid dahlia at 8:53 PM on July 18, 2011 [15 favorites]


We all try to convince everyone to do that, all the time.

Also not to eat bad food. Where were you people the day I decided that the ham I had was smoked so it was probably okay to eat it, even though it had been lying on the counter since the day before?

PS: they don't make ham like in the olden days where it hung from the rafters all winter and you could still eat it. Modern ham seriously goes really bad.
posted by winna at 8:59 PM on July 18, 2011


Abbreviators of the world, un't!
posted by UbuRoivas at 8:59 PM on July 18, 2011 [8 favorites]


r'p'r's'n't!
posted by Curious Artificer at 9:05 PM on July 18, 2011


Careful, that way lies disemvowelment.
posted by BeerFilter at 9:05 PM on July 18, 2011 [5 favorites]


Wow, I took out WAY more vowels than was strictly necessary.
posted by Curious Artificer at 9:07 PM on July 18, 2011 [2 favorites]


I can't take credit for any of stuff you've gotten help for but I'll be damned if that's going to stop me so YOU ARE WELCOME! GLAD TO HEAR THAT YOU ARE LIVING A HAPPIER LIFE!

We need schmoopy to remind us not to be so damn cool all the time, that it's ok to show your vulnerabilities and flaws. And gratitude, expressing gratitude can never be wrong.
posted by Foci for Analysis at 9:07 PM on July 18, 2011 [11 favorites]


Good luck to you.
posted by JohnnyGunn at 9:12 PM on July 18, 2011


Cool.
posted by SLC Mom at 9:18 PM on July 18, 2011


"As always, should you or any of your IM Force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavowel any knowledge of your actions."
posted by clavdivs at 9:19 PM on July 18, 2011


The Schmoopy is quite fond of Scotch, I have noticed.

I have certainly felt a Schmoopish presence looming large in the vicintity when I partake. The better the scotch, the larger and fuzzier it looms.

who is pouring.

I nominate Greg Nog.
posted by louche mustachio at 9:24 PM on July 18, 2011


PS: they don't make ham like in the olden days where it hung from the rafters all winter and you could still eat it. Modern ham seriously goes really bad.

There are many kinds of ham. Dry cured hams (proscuitto, country ham, etc.) can be left out at (moderate) room temperature. Wet cured hams (aka your average lunch meat) absolutely cannot be left out at room temperature.

This is a HUGE simplification, but I am drunk, and bizarrely not feeling my drunk tendency to expound upon any topic.
posted by mollymayhem at 9:47 PM on July 18, 2011 [3 favorites]


Congrats. I am happy for you.

I raise my Cruzan single barrel to your health.
posted by babbyʼ); Drop table users; -- at 9:47 PM on July 18, 2011


Ardbeg over here. Happy to hear it.
posted by fake at 9:54 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


Bowmore 15 here.

Luck to you, as you swing downward, aydeejones. May it be a gentle and not-too-swoopy swing. Schmoopy, yes; swoopy, no.
posted by rtha at 10:02 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


Schmoopy or not, the greater Universe which stares back at us all, couldn't care much less if it tried, and doesn't know Talisker's from Tide laundry detergent. Mania is utterly extinguished by near infinite indifference. OTOH, we small, mostly water dots of protoplasm welcome your recognition, inasmuch as ever we might have been unknowingly on point for you, particularly.
posted by paulsc at 10:05 PM on July 18, 2011


paulsc: I frequently think back to this comment most times I drink scotch.
posted by babbyʼ); Drop table users; -- at 10:10 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


"... paulsc: I frequently think back to this comment most times I drink scotch."
posted by babbyʼ); Drop table users; -- at 1:10 AM on July 19

Me, too, but in Florida summers, I'm not drinking much worthy Scotch, and what whisky I do down is watered into Dry Rob Roys and similar summer potions, for the simple needs of bodily fluid replenishment in a sub-tropical climate. But, thank you for your remembrance, and as I say, "we small, mostly water dots of protoplasm welcome your recognition, inasmuch as ever we might have been unknowingly on point for you, particularly."
posted by paulsc at 10:37 PM on July 18, 2011


all you need is echo + the bunnymen


and scotch, of course
posted by philip-random at 10:38 PM on July 18, 2011


all you need is schm'py
posted by arcticseal at 10:57 PM on July 18, 2011


Another thread where I post Yay!
posted by Jofus at 11:32 PM on July 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


See... we do know when to appropriate the snark

*raises the Laphroig Green Cask*
posted by infini at 1:33 AM on July 19, 2011


You've been with me since 2001
...
Joined: April 17, 2008


No, you've been with metafilter for a bit over 3 years.

When Metafilter looked down at the footprints on the beach, it realized you had only been creeping next to it for only the last few steps.

Only
the
last
few
steps.
posted by hal_c_on at 1:44 AM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


This post went live at exaxtly 2011 11:11
posted by longsleeves at 1:52 AM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


On Jul. 19th too, of course.
posted by longsleeves at 1:55 AM on July 19, 2011


I'm a total creature of habit, a creature of creature-comforts, a creature who will put up with a lot of BS just to be left alone. You've taught me when to embrace this person, and when to transcend this person so that this person is much happier down the road.

Aydeejones, yo...where's that info at?

Also, more info on Lamactil would be cool.


Yeah, this place. Love it. Hate it. Mostly love it, but hate it cos I think I also obsess over it mainly when I'm avoiding "future self" and Depressive...or is some sort of ADHD loop.

You can memail if that's better.
posted by Skygazer at 4:42 AM on July 19, 2011


Oh, and obligatory scotch fistbump: Highland 16 (or 18?) was the best I tried. Talisker rocks, and the ole Legevulin (sp?), always satisfies.
posted by Skygazer at 4:47 AM on July 19, 2011


(Be careful with ze drinkee if you are on meds, dear. But YAY to improving your life!)
posted by St. Alia of the Bunnies at 4:56 AM on July 19, 2011


Single-barrel cask strength unfiltered Glengoyne - and I'm not even at work yet ...
posted by scruss at 4:56 AM on July 19, 2011


Note: Everyone needs a hug.

Can't be said enough.
posted by tommasz at 6:33 AM on July 19, 2011


Congrats to you, sir, on your improvements.

Also, Kattullus: There can be only one Bastard Stamp Of Approval (TM); and unless you're Steve Allen, you're stealing my bit.
posted by BigLankyBastard at 6:48 AM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


::hugs::
posted by epersonae at 7:33 AM on July 19, 2011


...well-spoken, ridiculously intelligent people out there who prefer to express their written thoughts with proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

In my more cynical moments, particularly when I have accidentally wandered into a very GRAR-y thread (which I mostly try to avoid), I fear that too many people confuse a mastery of grammar, punctuation, and spelling for actual intelligence, and that MeFites are no better than the average internet denizen, except at grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

In my less cynical moments I am forced to admit to myself that there is probably some correlation between mastery of language and overall intelligence (although certainly not a perfect correlation).
posted by DevilsAdvocate at 7:52 AM on July 19, 2011


I spent last night hanging with MeFites. It was good. Thanks for welcoming me back to the city.

When you were kind to me last night, you probably didn't know I was kinda sad. So thanks for being there for me, without even knowing it.
posted by Eideteker at 7:59 AM on July 19, 2011


Bourbon is Better.
posted by jonmc at 4:19 AM on July 19


Uncultured yobbo!
posted by Decani at 8:11 AM on July 19, 2011


Back in the day, my parents drank scotch&water with cheap Passport scotch. If she didn't finish hers, my mother would put it in the fridge to work on the next day, melted ice cubes and all. Cheap watered-down Passport scotch the only thing around to pilfer when my friends and I reached that age. I approve the schmoopy but scotch is Really. Horrid. Stuff. aydeejones, I will toast you with a nice IPA.
posted by headnsouth at 8:35 AM on July 19, 2011




Bourbon is Better.

Is there bourbon? I heard bourbon.
posted by The Whelk at 9:47 AM on July 19, 2011


Katullus is Jon Snow?
posted by miss-lapin at 9:59 AM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Bad scotch is awful but good scotch is divine.

Bourbon is also good. Unless it's bad bourbon, in which case, it's not as good as good bourbon. I also tend to think bad bourbon is worse than bad scotch, but that's a personal preference thing.
posted by rtha at 10:10 AM on July 19, 2011


Is this where we place our orders? Cause I'll have a Maker's mint julep and a plate of these, please.
posted by villanelles at dawn at 12:07 PM on July 19, 2011


First, you made it painfully obvious that there are so many well-spoken, ridiculously intelligent people out there

Yes, we are awesome...

who prefer to express their written thoughts with proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

Oh, you're talking about them.

*harumphs indignantly*

Anyhow, I still haven't learned scotch well enough to be dangerous, but I maintain that Rye whiskey is still the best legal brain destroyer I've found. Better than bourbon (I discovered it in my quest to find the best bourbon), and certainly better than beer. Try it, you might like it.
posted by quin at 1:09 PM on July 19, 2011


quin, have you got a favorite rye? Which, and how come? (I'm learning about rye, but don't want to go all nutty at BevMo and buy 10 bottles in order to find out which I like best. Our liquor cabinet already overfloweth with brown liquors.) If it helps, I've tried Bulleit rye (and bourbon), and liked it. For single malt whiskies, I'm partial to Islays (smoky). If anyone else has recs, have at it. If this shouldn't turn into a "recommend alcoholic beverages" thread (too late?), send me memail!
posted by rtha at 1:15 PM on July 19, 2011


I've tried a few and find myself always coming back to Jim Beam. I wouldn't have expected it, because it's one of the cheaper offerings, and I don't much like their other whiskeys, but their rye is quite good.

Bulleit Frontier Whiskey (which I discovered in my bourbon quest) was the thing that got me to cross-over, so I'm really a fan of that as well, but the Jim Beam is a little less sweet and that seems more befitting a rye.

I don't know, I'm not much good at explaining it beyond "That one tastes right". Which the yellow-label does.
posted by quin at 1:24 PM on July 19, 2011


Am currently enjoying a Dalwhinnie (with a splash of Drambuie but that's another story)

Laphroig if you can try it somewhere, its an acquired taste or so I've heard but it was love at first taste for me
posted by infini at 1:35 PM on July 19, 2011


Can't hold back the schmoopy much longer.

Schmoopy is coming, Jon Snow.
posted by CRM114 at 1:54 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Scotch is just Irish whiskey that somebody dissolved a clod of dirt in.
posted by Astro Zombie at 1:55 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Oh, dammit. I didn't mean that. I rather like scotch. But we Celts can be awfully jealous, and talk of scotch without attendant discussion of Irish whiskey gets my, er, Irish up.

I had some Knappogue Castle Whiskey a few months back that was especially fine.
posted by Astro Zombie at 1:56 PM on July 19, 2011


Whatever Scotch whisky you won't drink, AZ, I will take off your hands.

I like Irish whiskey too.
posted by rtha at 2:20 PM on July 19, 2011


I really like Wild Turkey Rye, it's 101 proof, so it's good with an ice cube. It has some of the spice and fruit to it, and blends really well in cocktails like the Red Hook (where the 101 proof helps cut through the maraschino liqueur a bit).

Some nerds more dedicated than I (for now) did an exhaustive taste test of some of the major on the market ones.
posted by mrzarquon at 2:32 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Scotch is just Irish whiskey that somebody dissolved a clod of dirt in.

actually, the best Scotch has none of that peat shit in it; that's just a trick the locals pull so they dump their sub-grade swill on us foreign types, thus keeping the best stuff close to home. I can say this with roughly 25 percent authority as I am one-quarter Scottish, which is how like my Scotch, mixed one-part-to-three with decaf diet Pepsi.


I kid.
posted by philip-random at 2:41 PM on July 19, 2011


I like my Scotch like I like my Scots, on hand at times of trouble or worry.
posted by The Whelk at 2:54 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Ahhh, Ubu. Really? Think about it for a sec. Sure, it wasn't a great rhyme. But I can't be perfect all of the time. The mind of a manic is often in panic, which does not necessarily imply negativity but rather a creative proclivity. I'm possessed by the soul of the Earth as a whole and I'm on a roll (like butter) so step off hater and bow down to a creator.

I don't envy you down there, I'll just keep soaring up in the air.
posted by aydeejones at 4:40 PM on July 19, 2011


Skygazer: I just kinda scanned the thread on a snark hunt and will read it more thoroughly later, but I'd be happy to talk with you in MeMail. I've been reading MeFi for a long time and integrating a ton of information, so it's hard to pinpoint a specific post. But "ask vs. guess culture" was huge to me. HUUUGE. And the various posts about ADHD got me to pick up the phone and schedule an appointment for three thorough and tedious ADHD diagnostic evaluations. Then months later I was finally moved to actually get medication.

Francis Baconian: thanks :P

I prefer Concerta / Methylphenidate to other medications, but I'm hoping to eventually structure my life sufficiently to function ("highly") without it. I'm extremely good at functioning at a pathetically low level and getting away with not and not living up to my potential. My potential is quite enormous; my mommy and daddy told me this while they spent their years shattering my self-confidence into pieces, day by day.

I don't have animosity towards grandiosity. Delusions of grandeur? More like unbridled self-confidence. Doesn't bug me when I hate myself 60% of the year to suddenly be possessed by feelings of innate brilliance, but it sure sets off everyone else's ego-protectors and gets me into all kinds of trouble. I've done some pretty intense things at work lately.

Lamictal is unique among anticonvulsants in that it works more on depression than mania but is a mood stabilizer over time. It does require slow and careful titration and you do not want to miss a dose. Not because you'll feel terrible but because if you skip a day and start back on your full dose, you run the risk of dying from a freaking rash.

In fact it's clinically useless for mania. But I don't mind, it's the depression that makes me think about suicide from the moment I wake to the moment I stop hearing sound (the moment that sleep strikes me, a moment I can sense quite acutely, a moment that has disturbed me for all of my life).
posted by aydeejones at 4:50 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


I just bought some Black Maple Hill today. That shit is amazing. I have some Root from Art in the Age, too. That stuff is the best new booze I've encountered in awhile and I've encountered a lot.
posted by jonmc at 5:01 PM on July 19, 2011


I like Irish whiskey too.

Jameson's only. Bushmill's is Protestant whiskey.
posted by jonmc at 5:04 PM on July 19, 2011


One thing jessamyn taught me is to read comments as charitably as possible before responding. Obviously I did not abide by that ideal and apologize for being overly defensive. But it is fun to mine rhymes from the mind mine most if the time.
posted by aydeejones at 5:12 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


Dickel. Maker's. Knob creek. Eagle rare. Talisker, Laphroig 10 and 15 year. I have a bunch of discontinued 15 year....
posted by aydeejones at 5:14 PM on July 19, 2011


And yes. Jameson!
posted by aydeejones at 5:17 PM on July 19, 2011


MetaFilter convinced me to let my Seinfeld references fly at my whim. Now no one knows what I'm talking about ever.
posted by cmoj at 6:42 PM on July 19, 2011


Dickel. Maker's. Knob creek. Eagle rare.

I've had them all and then some. Booker's, A.H. Hirsch and Black Maple Hill bury them.
posted by jonmc at 6:51 PM on July 19, 2011


miss-lapin: Katullus is Jon Snow?

That took me a really long time to get because I haven't read any of the Song of Fire and Ice books. I wonder if Martin knew about the journalist when he named that character.
posted by Kattullus at 7:56 PM on July 19, 2011


Laphroaig is really my fav, but I have a huge bottle of Ardbeg, as well as Jameson and Maker's, so I can't really justify another expensive bottle of smoke.

But damn, I could go for a Laphroaig ten year. infini, it was love at first sip for me too.
posted by fake at 8:22 PM on July 19, 2011


fake, get yourself a bottle of Octomore II if you can find it. As I said in a different thread, it's like licking the fireplace while the fire's still burning. Divine. (Don't know nuthin' about that price - we didn't pay that when we bought a bottle. In Scotland. At the Bruichladdich distillery.)
posted by rtha at 9:01 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


no love for Tullamore Dew? It's a blend but I'm nah a wealthy man.
posted by philip-random at 9:25 PM on July 19, 2011


Love for Tullamore here! It's a lovely blend indeed, and is very nice either neat or in tea/toddies.
posted by rtha at 10:04 PM on July 19, 2011


I am enjoying something called Bunnahabhain 12 right now and it is very nice. A *very* good friend got me a Talisker 30 for my birthday that is exquisite. I love bringing that out for true afficionados at dinner parties. My everyday scotch is MacAllen 12, I really prefer the smoother ones.

For bourbon, I'm with quin. Haven't found anything that improves upon Jim Beam.
posted by Slarty Bartfast at 10:15 PM on July 19, 2011 [1 favorite]


I LIKE TURTLES
posted by not_on_display at 11:16 PM on July 19, 2011


Haven't found anything that improves upon Jim Beam.

I've rather aggressively avoided Jim Beam anything, since discovering their workers weren't allowed to take too many pee breaks.


Think about it.
posted by Skygazer at 4:47 AM on July 20, 2011


Aydeejones: I've been reading MeFi for a long time and integrating a ton of information, so it's hard to pinpoint a specific post. But "ask vs. guess culture" was huge to me. HUUUGE.

I know what you mean, and my experience is similar, so I realized shortly after asking that, what a difficult question that would be to answer. There is very much a high level of knowledge here that pervades and penetrates and becomes part of one's thinking. It's an auto-didactic treasure trove. The knowledge and debates and parsing is fucking everywhere. Metafilter is like the really smart and really knowledgeable, experienced older sibling I wish I'd had.
posted by Skygazer at 4:53 AM on July 20, 2011


Jameson's only. Bushmill's is Protestant whiskey.

McNutty aside, they're both Protestant whiskeys.
posted by Astro Zombie at 5:27 AM on July 20, 2011


Bushmills is owned by Diageo, Jameson by Pernod Ricard. Trying to sound edgy about either is kind of weird corporate boosterism dressed up in sectarian garb.

If you wanted to talk about true independent irish distilleries, you only got one.
posted by mrzarquon at 7:10 AM on July 20, 2011


Tub gin for life.
posted by cortex (staff) at 7:11 AM on July 20, 2011


Short life
posted by The Whelk at 7:13 AM on July 20, 2011 [1 favorite]


Jameson's only. Bushmill's is Protestant whiskey.

Jameson's was my whiskey of choice until it almost killed me, and it is a killer do not make any mistake that too many boilermaker's will fuck up your stomach and esophageal lining and scar it.

That being said: Black Bush is the fucking shit. Expensive though.
posted by Skygazer at 7:15 AM on July 20, 2011 [1 favorite]


Tub gin for life.

My grandmother said that her father told her (in the 1920s?) that she should only drink scotch because it couldn't be made in a bathtub, instead had to be smuggled down out of Canada, and thus, probably wasn't going to kill you. (At least not right away!)
posted by epersonae at 7:37 AM on July 20, 2011


I just got some pickled eggs and sausage in the mail. Woo!
posted by jonmc at 4:31 PM on July 20, 2011


Pickled kielbasa is insanely tasty.
posted by jonmc at 4:44 PM on July 20, 2011


Trying to sound edgy about either is kind of weird corporate boosterism dressed up in sectarian garb.

I wasn't trying to sound 'edgy.' I'm 40 years old, I don't even believe in 'edgy' anymore. I was just having some fun. Also, Jameson is better than Bushmills, although both are good, and all the bourbons I mentioned are fucking amazing.
posted by jonmc at 4:46 PM on July 20, 2011


Wait. I'm 40, does that mean I have no edge now? What am I, snooty now? Snobbish? This is important.

it's a fine line between edgy and snooty.

/Maker's tonight.

posted by Slarty Bartfast at 8:44 PM on July 20, 2011


Matt gave me a Gmail invite when they were still a hot item.

Even though I'm a loudmouth dickhead with no friends who no one likes *sob* he still gave me one. I'll never forget that.
posted by uncanny hengeman at 1:24 AM on July 21, 2011


Go to bed, Dad.
posted by h00py at 5:00 AM on July 21, 2011 [3 favorites]


Diggin' the whisky/whiskey talk. jonmc, I will take your suggestions in earnest and in good faith and report back on my results (if I remember). Thanks!
posted by aydeejones at 7:58 PM on July 21, 2011


Bruichladdich FTW.
posted by dazed_one at 9:06 PM on July 21, 2011


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