polarbear22


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otolith wrote:This picture is incredible. Incredibly stupid, too.


Won't be able to tell if he is bleeding at all though.

Edit: Doc O!! Clearly, the proper thing to claim this time.

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MarkDaSpark wrote:Happy Birthday to tenuki!!









Happy Birthday to tenuki!!!















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tenuki


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MarkDaSpark wrote:



Thanks! I'm really looking forward to the nap I'm going to take while y'all have fun!

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otolith


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Happy Birthday, Tenuki!

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otolith


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kylemittskus wrote:I know Rioja is Temp. I was talking about the area specifically. Duh!



Brought up a Lan Culmen Rioja, but was outvoted to open up a Triacipedis the I.

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bhodilee


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North316 wrote:I'm not surprised, we are way more fun and civil (bowtie and kyle excluded) than all of the other sites. She comes here to get a break from the madness.

We still want Inky back though, she was awesome as well. Hopefully it was amicable parting and she will come back to just be a part of the community, but based on the fact that we have no seen her, I'm guessing that may not be the case.



Hey, I'm civil. I'm so civil they'll be teaching civics courses about me in 239 years!

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bhodilee


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kylemittskus wrote:I know Rioja is Temp. I was talking about the area specifically. Duh!



BE CIVIL, OR SYBIL, WHATEVER WORKS BEST FOR YOU, AND YOU, AND YOU, AND YOU, BUT NOT YOU!

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North316


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bhodilee wrote:BE CIVIL, OR SYBIL, WHATEVER WORKS BEST FOR YOU, AND YOU, AND YOU, AND YOU, BUT NOT YOU!



Finally, some drunk Bowtie posting.

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North316 wrote:Finally, some drunk Bowtie posting.



North, sweetheart, check your PMs.



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ThunderThighs wrote:North, sweetheart, check your PMs.



Responded

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tommythecat78


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ThunderThighs wrote:Y'all have fun at D&D. If you do anything stupid, I expect photos.



Kyle is so fed up with the voodoodoodoo he is resorting to extreme measures to get his point across.

Though, the person in the pic looks a little like it could be Loweeel. Of course, the same explanation would apply.

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polarbear22


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Got in the spirit of D&D (inadvertantly) and opened a Vincent Arroyo PS Port last night. This bottle tasted a little off. Still good, but a sort of plastic note on this one. Bad bottle?

And tonight is short ribs cooked in sherry. I think that a PS would be best with this meal. Need some tannins to cut the fat. And my wife planned the menu, not me.

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tommythecat78 wrote:Kyle is so fed up with the voodoodoodoo he is resorting to extreme measures to get his point across.

Though, the person in the pic looks a little like it could be Loweeel. Of course, the same explanation would apply.



That does actually look like Lowel!

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kylemittskus


quality posts: 231 Private Messages kylemittskus

Tonight is the WSJ "open that bottle night." So open the bottle you've been hoarding, hiding, putting off, etc.

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cortot20


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kylemittskus wrote:Tonight is the WSJ "open that bottle night." So open the bottle you've been hoarding, hiding, putting off, etc.



Lol, I was planning on opening a $6 bottle.

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polarbear22


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kylemittskus wrote:Tonight is the WSJ "open that bottle night." So open the bottle you've been hoarding, hiding, putting off, etc.


Well, I need a PS. Time to open one of the special bottles. Probably too young, but I'll open soon and decant for 6-7 hours.

Thanks for the reminder. I look forward to the excuse to open a special bottle.

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otolith


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kylemittskus wrote:Tonight is the WSJ "open that bottle night." So open the bottle you've been hoarding, hiding, putting off, etc.



Hmmm...decisions, decisions...

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chipgreen


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ThunderThighs wrote:Y'all have fun at D&D. If you do anything stupid, I expect photos.


The best way to learn about/enjoy wine is to jump in head first but some people take things too literally.

polarbear22


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Picked out my bottle for tonight.

2006 Vincent Arroyo Petite Sirah Greenwood Acres. PS should pair well with the short ribs, which already smell wonderful. Best and worst thing about slow cooking - you smell it all day.

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At Scott and Jana Harvey's with 23 others, I think there were well north of 30 bottles including some 2003 Jana, Scott's Barbera and inZin. An exceptional evening!

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klezman


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rjquillin wrote:At Scott and Jana Harvey's with 23 others, I think there were well north of 30 bottles including some 2003 Jana, Scott's Barbera and inZin. An exceptional evening!



A) Jealous
B) Want wine list
C) As excellent as a day 2 Ty 2008 PS was tonight with rack of lamb, Scott's cellar is my favourite place to chill with friends and drink wine.

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CAGrl


quality posts: 13 Private Messages CAGrl
klezman wrote:A) Jealous
B) Want wine list
C) As excellent as a day 2 Ty 2008 PS was tonight with rack of lamb, Scott's cellar is my favourite place to chill with friends and drink wine.


Agreed. I don't know if anyone has the list but it was an amazing evening. Lots of amazing wines. I brought a 2009 chateau montelena Cabernet Franc and it was good.

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CAGrl wrote:Agreed. I don't know if anyone has the list but it was an amazing evening. Lots of amazing wines. I brought a 2009 chateau montelena Cabernet Franc and it was good.


Yes it was, thanks for sharing!

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CAGrl wrote:Agreed. I don't know if anyone has the list but it was an amazing evening. Lots of amazing wines. I brought a 2009 chateau montelena Cabernet Franc and it was good.



I want to visit them. Never had their wines.

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cortot20 wrote:If she does come back here it will be with a different user name.



For realz, no one takes my z.

Things have been really busy and I just haven't had a lot of time (okay, any) to log in and say hello! (Sorry about that.)

Perhaps I need to grab a glass of wine and scroll back up a bit...

I'm just hanging out, really.

otolith


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kylemittskus wrote:Tonight is the WSJ "open that bottle night." So open the bottle you've been hoarding, hiding, putting off, etc.



Ended up opening it tonight instead--a '99 Rinaldi Barolo. Went great with the bolognese and fresh pasta (my 8 yo is becoming quite the pasta making expert).

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otolith


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klezman wrote:I want to visit them. Never had their wines.



Same here!

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tommythecat78


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kylemittskus wrote:That does actually look like Lowel!



The more I look at the picture the more I am convinced that it is him. Christening the first D&D in true PSycho fashion?

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joelsisk


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Restaurant Week in Denver. 2 fix prixe for $52.80. Tonight we went to an awesome sushi place. In addition to excellent sushi, I had a lovely chokara sake, oh and they had sparkling sake too!

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joelsisk wrote:Restaurant Week in Denver. 2 fix prixe for $52.80. Tonight we went to an awesome sushi place. In addition to excellent sushi, I had a lovely chokara sake, oh and they had sparkling sake too!



I love restaurant week, we just had it here in Chicago a couple weeks back. I took my mom to Nomi for lunch and the food, wine and view was spectacular.

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