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    20 Apr '14 20:11
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    The water you drink is as old as old can get. And is shared with everyone. Yuck. Tequila time. Who ate my worm? 😠
    How much water do you think is in Tequila?
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    20 Apr '14 20:54
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    gb was accustomed to dividing by two but in recent years has only been subtracting twenty to twenty five [okay, fifteen].
    I think it is divide by 2 and then add 7. That's the way we do it in Wisconsin.
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    20 Apr '14 21:07
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    The water you drink is as old as old can get. And is shared with everyone. Yuck. Tequila time. Who ate my worm? 😠
    Some of it is. Some of it is a combustion product of hydrogen in the hydrocarbons in fossil fuels and oxygen in the air. Of course that hydrogen was in the water that the to-be-fuel metabolized as a plant.

    What's really old is hydrogen.
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    20 Apr '14 21:20
    Originally posted by Trev33
    How much water do you think is in Tequila?
    To much. I like my Tequila dehydrated like Tang. Hey there is a new business opportunity. Just add ....oh heck what could I add?
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    20 Apr '14 21:241 edit
    Nice to feel young here, so many things are older than Man, the intelligent, dangerous beast loose in the wild. 😉
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    20 Apr '14 21:26
    Originally posted by JS357
    Some of it is. Some of it is a combustion product of hydrogen in the hydrocarbons in fossil fuels and oxygen in the air. Of course that hydrogen was in the water that the to-be-fuel metabolized as a plant.

    What's really old is hydrogen.
    I think it must be the hydrogen that causes me to burp when I drink water.
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    20 Apr '14 21:32
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    I think it must be the hydrogen that causes me to burp when I drink water.
    Try tequila, or cachaça with lime & crashed ice, against the hydrogen and burping. Perfect cure.
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    20 Apr '14 21:40
    Originally posted by Merlion
    I think it is divide by 2 and then add 7. That's the way we do it in Wisconsin.
    Apparently a few Swedes in Wisconsin. I had a grade school teacher who introduced me to "forty eleven" which I prefer to the overworked "39". Then there's Maxine (in the Dr. Rational thread) who asks: "Why don't we call eleven 'Onety one'?"
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    20 Apr '14 21:52
    Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall
    Try tequila, or cachaça with lime & crashed ice, against the hydrogen and burping. Perfect cure.
    Au cachaça, now you're talking.
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    20 Apr '14 22:54
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Au cachaça, now you're talking.
    I don't care for Rum. Made from moles asses.
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    20 Apr '14 22:59
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    I don't care for Rum. Made from moles asses.
    Please note the essential difference, cachaça is distilled from sugar cane juice, while rum is distilled from the molasse.

    But they are both good of course! 🙂
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    20 Apr '14 23:16
    Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall
    Please note the essential difference, cachaça is distilled from sugar cane juice, while rum is distilled from the molasse.

    But they are both good of course! 🙂
    Then it would be a white Rum? Probably make a good punch drink with a little spice added. As long as it's aged then perfect choice for this thread. Let's party.
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    testament/smokie/dough
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    21 Apr '14 23:37
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    Then it would be a white Rum? Probably make a good punch drink with a little spice added. As long as it's aged then perfect choice for this thread. Let's party.
    Scotch (single malt) "neat".
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    22 Apr '14 00:53
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Scotch (single malt) "neat".
    I like in the rocks. Just love Geology. 😉
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