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Old 06-23-2012, 04:43   #15576
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Old 06-23-2012, 18:13   #15577
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Well, it COULD be bottled as "High Nitrogen Liquid Fertilizer" and on the list of ingredients we could call it a "Propriitary chemical compound of the highest Quality, no animal testing & completely organic in nature."
We could probably add a bit of fish slime for aroma, bottle it & sell it @ retail for MORE than it costs to brew "N"Sweat Lager in a similar quantity. In effect, perpetual motion of sorts & better yet, perpetual PROFIT, benifiting "N"Sweat Lager production, all the while dispposing of an otherwise useless by-product of the many & varied Lagoon Parties !

just a thought.....

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Old 06-23-2012, 20:59   #15578
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Would that be amonia compounds (NH3), not to be confused with nitro compounds (- N O 2).
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Old 06-23-2012, 21:43   #15579
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Don't care, call it "organic" and the fools WILL buy it.

Remember the magic "M" word......

MERCHANDISING

P.T.Barnum (for who the chrysler pt cruiser is named) is my HERO !
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Old 06-24-2012, 18:44   #15580
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Don't care, call it "organic" and the fools WILL buy it.

Remember the magic "M" word......

MERCHANDISING

P.T.Barnum (for who the chrysler pt cruiser is named) is my HERO !
The Dungeon suggests supplementing your "M" word with the newest marketing scam: Gluten-Free!
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Old 06-24-2012, 20:06   #15581
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But I'm not sure if "N"Sweat Lager IS gluten free. After all, it's not a rice-based brew like Bud, Kirin or Tsingdau. Doesn't the German beer standard of 1513 require wheat, hops and water as the only ingredients ?
It would be great ad copy, but we couldn't lie about something that important.....not even calling it a dis-claimer.

How about "May be Gluten Free".......
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Old 06-24-2012, 20:18   #15582
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Good point.

How about "Gluten-Free is the next wave of progress!"
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Old 06-24-2012, 20:24   #15583
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Get legal on it & see if we can copyright that.

As usual, you've come thru again Rabbi !
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Old 06-24-2012, 20:43   #15584
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Get legal on it & see if we can copyright that.

As usual, you've come thru again Rabbi !
Your compliment is appreciated, Unkle. But then, we Dungeon subversive embezzlers ... Whoops! ... We Dungeon administrative operatives! ... always like to feel we deliver quality work in exchange for our 39% of the take!
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Old 06-25-2012, 16:42   #15585
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Well, proper pay for proper service always keeps everybody happy.
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Old 06-25-2012, 17:00   #15586
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Well, proper pay for proper service always keeps everybody happy.
Hmmm ... that phrase "proper pay for proper service" seems to imply that we Dungeon Peons are ... EMPLOYEES! Heaven forbid! We prefer to think of ourselves as downtrodden nefarious subversive agents. We think this is a more desirable status than a "working grunts" classification. We think the nihilistic 10-Ringers (pardon my redundancy) will comprehend the subtle nuances of this attitude.
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Old 06-25-2012, 18:09   #15587
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In the event that the Purchaser defaults in the payment of any instalment of purchase price, taxes, insurance, interest, or the annual charge described elsewhere herein, or shall default in the performance of any other obligations set forth in this Contract, the Seller may: at his option: (a) Declare immediately due and payable the entire unpaid balance of purchase price, with accrued interest, taxes, and annual charge, and demand full payment thereof, and enforce conveyance of the land by termination of the contract or according to the terms hereof, in which case the Purchaser shall also be liable to the Seller for reasonable attorney's fees for services rendered by any attorney on behalf of the Seller, or (b) sell said land and premises or any part thereof at public auction, in such manner, at such time and place, upon such terms and conditions, and upon such public notice as the Seller may deem best for the interest of all concerned, consisting of advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation in the county or city in which the security property is located at least once a week for Three (3) successive weeks or for such period as applicable law may require and, in case of default of any purchaser, to re-sell with such postponement of sale or resale and upon such public notice thereof as the Seller may determine, and upon compliance by the Purchaser with the terms of sale, and upon judicial approval as may be required by law, convey said land and premises in fee simple to and at the cost of the Purchaser, who shall not be liable to see to the application of the purchase money; and from the proceeds of the sale: First to pay all proper costs and charges, including but not limited to court costs, advertising expenses, auctioneer's allowance, the expenses, if any required to correct any irregularity in the title, premium for Seller's bond, auditor's fee, attorney's fee, and all other expenses of sale occurred in and about the protection and execution of this contract, and all moneys advanced for taxes, assessments, insurance, and with interest thereon as provided herein, and all taxes due upon said land and premises at time of sale, and to retain as compensation a commission of five percent (5%) on the amount of said sale or sales; SECOND, to pay the whole amount then remaining unpaid of the principal of said contract, and interest thereon to date of payment, whether the same shall be due or not, it being understood and agreed that upon such sale before maturity of the contract the balance thereof shall be immediately due and payable; THIRD, to pay liens of record against the security property according to their priority of lien and to the extent that funds remaining in the hands of the Seller are available; and LAST, to pay the remainder of said proceeds, if any, to the vendor, his heirs, personals representatives, successors or assigns upon the delivery and surrender to the vendee of possession of the land and premises, less costs and excess of obtaining possession.
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Old 06-25-2012, 20:03   #15588
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No Rabbi, NOT "employees" but rather "Compensated Spokespersons".
Far morer dignified.

And NO Chute, I'm not the "Party of the Third Part".....
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Old 06-25-2012, 20:51   #15589
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No Rabbi, NOT "employees" but rather "Compensated Spokespersons".
Far morer dignified.

And NO Chute, I'm not the "Party of the Third Part".....
Unkle, we do have a joint identity of "Party on the Third Shift"!
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Old 06-25-2012, 20:55   #15590
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OK, but I've got to watch where I'm liening....
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Old 06-25-2012, 21:22   #15591
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OK, but I've got to watch where I'm liening....
Lien on me
when you're not strong
and I'll be your friend.
I"ll help you to carry on.
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Old 06-25-2012, 21:40   #15592
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I'm liening on the lamp
Maybe you think I look a tramp
Or maybe you think I'm round to steal a car
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Old 06-25-2012, 21:44   #15593
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No Rabbi, NOT "employees" but rather "Compensated Spokespersons".
Far morer dignified.

And NO Chute, I'm not the "Party of the Third Part".....
Third part, second part, I ain't particular, any excuse to party works for me.

I have to worry about the boy some too these days, he is only three, but this morning he told me "Daddy, I want a star drink" The only thing that matched that description in the fridge was a bottle of Newcastle.
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Old 06-25-2012, 21:48   #15594
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We had done the best we could because Fred lost his balance because Jamie had called it the wrong way and it was unclear how you knew that and it obviously wasn't my fault or so Steve thought for quite some time because Jamie had called it the wrong way and it obviously wasn't my fault when the facts became clear because Jamie had called it the wrong way and, as far as I could tell, the observers were certain as Jamie explained to Gretchen over a hundred times and then we all held our ground and Will didn't figure it out and Sally realized that and I am sure Gretchen knew why and then we all held our ground when the facts became clear or so Steve thought for quite some time and I am sure Gretchen knew why because Fred lost his balance because Jamie had called it the wrong way and Will didn't figure it out so Seymour gave up or so Steve thought for quite some time and Will didn't figure it out because Fred lost his balance so Seymour gave up when the facts became clear and Seymour certainly noted that and I am sure Gretchen knew why because Jamie had called it the wrong way and then we all held our ground and Seymour certainly noted that since Sally was a loser and I am sure Gretchen knew why and then we all held our ground because Jamie had called it the wrong way since Sally was a loser and I am sure Gretchen knew why and, as far as I could tell, the observers were certain.
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Old 06-25-2012, 22:01   #15595
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Give that man some punctuation for goodness sakes.

And while we are on this page lets think kind thoughts about having a stainless .44 special revolver
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Old 06-25-2012, 22:36   #15596
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Give that man some punctuation for goodness sakes.

And while we are on this page lets think kind thoughts about having a stainless .44 special revolver
Actually, Bull, I think that last interminable post was a description of the officiating at the Milwaukee Indy Car race, when they penalized Dixon for an improper restart when the klutzy officials were looking at a replay of the wrong restart!

.44 Special is indeed worthy of kind thoughts on our part. It tends to fall within the shadow of the Dirty Harry 44 Magnum shtick.
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Old 06-25-2012, 22:59   #15597
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Actually, Bull, I think that last interminable post was a description of the officiating at the Milwaukee Indy Car race, when they penalized Dixon for an improper restart when the klutzy officials were looking at a replay of the wrong restart!

.44 Special is indeed worthy of kind thoughts on our part. It tends to fall within the shadow of the Dirty Harry 44 Magnum shtick.

Indeed the .44 is wothy of kind praise. This comes from someone who, just hours ago, nailed a sweet deal on a used Lyman 429-421 double bullet mold at his LGS. This will triple my output in one swell foop.
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Old 06-26-2012, 06:23   #15598
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<---thinks a 44 is just swell, but looks a bit swollen on sum.


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Old 06-26-2012, 06:53   #15599
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The 10 Ring

bigger than 44
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The 10 Ring

Speaking of 45 that's what fits in this S&W 625.




Speaking of 625..........................
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