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Gitmo Jones

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sake bomb or irish car bomb?
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whiskey or tequilla?
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if a guy youre with orders an appletini, and you dont live in nyc, does that mean he's gay?
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Prefer Single malt or a blended Scotch?

In terms of taste, history, and price?

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what is the 2009 LSD T14 domestic beer rankings?
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what is the 2009 LSD T14 domestic beer rankings?

I am a coors light/keystone (30 stones for 12 bones) man myself not really of an international dark beer fan

You just lost all credibility.

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if a guy youre with orders an appletini, and you dont live in nyc, does that mean he's gay?

It means he is gay, yes.  Even in NYC.  Right? None of my friends would ever be caught dead drinking something like that.  HTH Ashley ;)

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what is the 2009 LSD T14 domestic beer rankings?

I am a coors light/keystone (30 stones for 12 bones) man myself not really of an international dark beer fan

You just lost all credibility.

Coors is the best

This is greatly credited.  I love a good expensive beer as much as the next guy, but if I'm at the liquor/grocery store - I'm bringing home a 24 pack of Coor's light 95% of the time. 

Beer is not a classy drink, and beer snobbery is the quickest way to show that you aren't actually a drinker, rather you are a huge feminine hygiene product.

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Prefer Single malt or a blended Scotch?

In terms of taste, history, and price?

Good fancy question, i would like single malt but is more expensive and i am really cheap, so more often than not drink blended, and also I am not really a social drinker more of a get plastered drinker so in the end either one would do

As a rule single malt is more expensive, but there are some pricey blends.

Good blend > Single malt > bad blend.

Unfortunately the bad blends have ruined the reputation of blended scotch whiskey.