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About Henrik Kesler

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  • Birthday January 31

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    strength training, golf, nutrition, hockey, motor sports

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  1. Follow the plan, or take the triple step promotion?

    1. brilac

      brilac

      Whatever makes you happy

  2. Is it even possible to successfully let someone know that you're moving in 3 months, but in the mean time you'd like to see how things progress and re-assess after the move?

    1. viking mama

      viking mama

      Moving where? Across town...across the province or across the country?

    2. Mr. Ambien

      Mr. Ambien

      I guess if you know the landlord well enough, but it seems to me if you put in your notice to vacate, you can't simultaneously hold onto the place post-moveout-date, if that's what you're trying to say.. the last half of your post is somewhat confusing

    3. Henrik Kesler

      Henrik Kesler

      @Viking Mama...moving out of state (I'm a Yank) which equates to 500 miles and roughly 8 hours.

      This girl is something else. I told her, "so, the bad news is I'm moving to X city in January" and she didn't completely shut down. There may be nothing here long term, but at least we're both in agreement that we'll keep seeing each other and re-assess when the time comes.

  3. Kenny Chesney's newest album is awesome. Every song hits home, and there is no need to skip tracks.

  4. Lucic has zero professionalism

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    2. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      jerking off gesture probably also made an impression

    3. Brad Marchand

      Brad Marchand

      But, but he's passionate and competitive...

    4. jdatb

      jdatb

      ^ good guy Brad sticking up for your teammate I'm proud of ya son.

  5. Go with Bulleit. I've had both, and prefer the Bulleit by miles. Rittenhouse is wayyyy to sweet for a good rye, IMO. Rittenhouse is an 'old style' rye in that it's only 51% rye in the mash bill. The Bulleit is 95% rye, and a very good, if a bit in your face, whiskey.
  6. If you don't like turbocharged engines, your loss

    1. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      can't argue with that logic

    2. :D

      :D

      Nah, I'll be alright

  7. If I as smart enough to engineer an window with a .2 ufactor and a .5 SHGC I cold retire tomorrow

    1. Gstank29

      Gstank29

      speak english please

  8. It's 1:43am on the east coast and I'm googling/researching work related things on my own accord. I'm a nerd. Good thing I work in a business where nerdiness is a good thing.

  9. I purchased some of this tonight as I'm newish to Irish Whiskey. The liquor store also has Green Spot which I believe I've seen recommended around here so I'll be giving that a try in the future. Edit: After having this and directly comparing it to "The Frog," Connemara essentially tastes like a slightly peated Highland scotch. It's a very good taste, but I like more peat. Either way, I would definitely purchase again.
  10. Sam Hunt is a wonderfully talented artist. Slight country tint to his work, but nevertheless, the kid has talent

    1. Peaches

      Peaches

      You'd hope the dude has a country tint, he's being marketed as a country artist (even if his music is far from it, even by mainstream standards)

    2. The Magician
    3. Peaches

      Peaches

      Seriously, "Leave the Night On", #14 currently on country airplay, sounds like a pop song. Nothing remotely country about it IMO. "Break Up in a Small Town" is spoken word/dubstep/pop. I really like him, but he belongs in the pop format.

  11. I'm definitely going to try this with some of my college buddies.
  12. My bottle of Laphroaig has started to oxidize. Damn, guess I need to get to drinking my QC before it also becomes oxidized.

    1. Green Building

      Green Building

      I've yet to have that happen to me, but I feel your pain. In fact, I'll have a whisky after my beer in honour of your situation.

    2. Stizz19

      Stizz19

      Weird thing, I had the same thought last week when I took a whiff of my bottle. Love that stuff. Also have a bottle of Triple Wood.

  13. Boilermakers certainly speed up the whole "getting drunk" process

  14. BT has 2 unwheated mashes and a wheated. My understanding is that #2 is has less rye than #1, but is still pretty "rye heavy" for a bourbon mash. Not that ~20% rye mash comes through in white dog anyway...too much alcohol and sweetness to get through first. http://www.gq.com/life/food/201311/bourbon-whiskey-family-tree Why is it so expensive? American's make great whiskey, but it isn't THAT good to justify the markup between the 'States' and Canada. And no offense, I have yet to find a 'good Candian' whiskey down there that was worth drinking with just dihydrogen monoxide as the mixer. So
  15. This Flying Fish Dubbel is the best beer I've had in a month. Great stuff

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