Thomas Donohue
tomonomics
9/14/19
10:31 AM
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Agreed.  I surprisingly like the Blonde, especially on tap.  The Nitro cans are OK.  There’s a new brewery in Baltimore, MD (US) that is brewing all different trial beers for the US market, I haven’t been yet but reviews are good.  

9/14/19
10:00 AM
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I did the tour in Dublin again this summer, apparently Guinness is now brewed in almost 50 countries (all products, not just the Foreign Extra Stout you referenced). Most are under license, as Guinness only owns five of them - Dublin, Malaysia, and three in Africa.

9/13/19
8:14 PM
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I’m surprised that Pontiac didn’t think of it, but most free-giveaways or raffles have a lesser-value cash option’ for those that win but don’t want the prize and don’t want to have to sell it on their own. (then again, Pontiac probably needed to move the cars off the lot, so they chose NOT to offer a cash option)

9/13/19
7:58 PM
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You are correct. The location of the valve (as stated below) generally doesn’t matter when the whole thing is sheered off.

9/13/19
7:57 PM
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Yes, but if you sheer the hydrant off with a truck, the valve also break and spew water. At the very least, the seal will be damaged enough for water to start flowing out.

9/13/19
4:42 PM
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thank you for the source....great video. (Also great that nothing in the video tipped me off that is was made in 2014, not in 1977!)

9/13/19
4:05 PM
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They gave him a cup with no lid. That person should be banned from all aircraft.

9/13/19
4:01 PM
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It also has A/C, and heated seats. Because on certain extreme days, I think I’d rather it didn’t start if it were only going to make me suffer all day.

9/13/19
3:45 PM
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It’s usually around $225+ in a liquor store.  You don’t often see it under $500 in a restaurant.  Closer to $600 is the norm.

9/13/19
11:32 AM
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I just saw one of these down in VA/MD on Wednesday, bright red, cruising up 95.   I was kinda shocked how BIG it was.

9/13/19
10:54 AM
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Yet somehow you clicked on a Formula E article, read it (maybe not) and then commented on it.

9/13/19
10:51 AM
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The yutes prefer disposable $300 electric scooters with 10 miles of range

9/13/19
10:46 AM
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$440 for a bottle of Cristal on NYE isn’t that bad of a price. I’ve paid (expensed) anywhere from $500 to $1600 per bottle (the high end being table service in Vegas).

9/12/19
7:34 PM
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As of January 2019, this station had a PT Cruiser and TWO payphones in the parking lot. That’s some weird shit right there.

9/12/19
7:16 PM
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No need to dedicate it to us. We’ll all be showing up to be in the background of the commercial!!!

9/12/19
6:42 PM
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50 x $450,000 is over $22 million. I think they know how things work once they “tune” and get a good lap time at the Ring.