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Large Wawa Vanilla Chai, whole milk, no whipped cream.

…and a 5-Hour (orange, the only good flavor) on standby for later. Smile

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Too young to drink liquor. Wink

Come to Australia, you only have to be 18 to drink Smile
Even though I’m above the legal age I often get attitude from security thinking my Probationary license (required 18+ y.o) is actually my brother’s. Dim bar lighting doesn’t help either.

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come to maine, we are usually drinking around 13, give or take a few years Sealed

i have actually laid off quite a bit since my teen years. right now its a 24oz twisted tea, cus im broke. usually like captain morgans private stock on the rocks or micro brews such as shipyards smashed blueberry 

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I'll take a black Russian - Ultimat Vodka + Kahlua, but Glenn - your not that far away and I'm liken what you had last night, how bout a little invite? Smile

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Johnny Walker Black.  One Ice Cube.  I don't drink very often, but when I do, that's what it is..  Sipping on a glass now, in fact.  It's currently helping to numb the pain of my aggravation with how crappy AMC7135 chips really are.

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PilotPTK wrote:

Johnny Walker Black.  One Ice Cube.  I don't drink very often, but when I do, that's what it is..  Sipping on a glass now, in fact.  It's currently helping to numb the pain of my aggravation with how crappy AMC7135 chips really are.

scrap the amc's and use something better (not sure if thats possible for the application though)

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For what I'm working on, AMC7135s are the best choice I've been able to find.  They work alright, they just have a really crappy lead-frame that is ridiculously easy to damage.

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they just have a really crappy lead-frame that is ridiculously easy to damage

And I thought that I was the only one… forget clean rework/salvage on those little goomers… particularly if you soldered the tab.

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Two Buck Chuck 2011 California Chardonnay. For non wine aficionados, this is the affectionate name for Charles Shaw wines, available at Trader Joe’s. It used to cost $1.99 for 750ml.

The current price is $2.99, but it’s hard to lose the two buck chuck moniker.

Inquire…Choose…Proceed

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Lambs navy rum out of the freezer and cherry coke with a piece of lime. I’m lying it’s just the rum i’m not a ponce.

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Jack and coke Wink

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texaspyro wrote:
PilotPTK wrote:
they just have a really crappy lead-frame that is ridiculously easy to damage
And I thought that I was the only one... forget clean rework/salvage on those little goomers... particularly if you soldered the tab.

Nope, you're definitely not the only one.  The lead-frame is made out of rice-plastic and pot metal, I think.  The ONLY way I've been successful at rework is using hot-air..

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PilotPTK wrote:
The lead-frame is made out of rice-plastic and pot metal, I think.  The ONLY way I’ve been successful at rework is using hot-air..

Nope rice plastic and pot metal is MUCH stronger and less brittle… |(

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on some shochu 900ml rated at 20%…

“It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known.” – Sydney Carton in ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ by Charles Dickens (1812-1870).

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Tom E wrote:

I'll take a black Russian - Ultimat Vodka + Kahlua, but Glenn - your not that far away and I'm liken what you had last night, how bout a little invite? Smile

Sure thing Tom. You're more than welcome here. BTW, I love Black Russians Smile

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Lots of water, having overdone it big time last night with some Italian chillies the effect of which on my internal system can best be described as thermonuclear.

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I am drinking lots of water! ^^ Especially in this heat it is important to stay hydrated.

It is rare now I even drink white peony tea, because of the caffeine.

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My first ever original pilsner Smile

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Wilson wrote:
Two Buck Chuck 2011 California Chardonnay. For non wine aficionados, this is the affectionate name for Charles Shaw wines, available at Trader Joe’s. It used to cost $1.99 for 750ml.

The current price is $2.99, but it’s hard to lose the two buck chuck moniker.

Still a little early, but looking forward to our mainstay fizzy wine, RSVP by TJ. 6 bucks! Woo. (If you’re a liker of fizz, you owe it to yourself to try this stuff — it punches way above its weight.)


 

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Coffee, black…

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Coffee.  One Cream.  No sugar (ick!).

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Nitro Milk Stout from Left Hand Brewing Co. Yummy Big Smile

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Tropical fruit smoothie. It’s lovely with some Archer’s too. ^^

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infinitusequitas wrote:

Mostly cognac, or vodka with lemonade.  Also love mojito's but they are often terribly made with crappy dried mint leaves.

 

Them mint grows like weeds.   Those bastards, put them in your garden and they'll take over the whole lot!

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easy way out on a bloody mary

 

spicy v8 and cheap vodka

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Milo. If you haven’t had one, don’t. The more you drink it the more teaspoons you use the more you spend. It is highly addictive.

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…from a Tap King

These suckers have already been hacked for home-brew, C02 bulbs are in the mail, & two more kegs & I’ll have enough to bottle a whole batch Beer

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