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Macgyver Gets Lazy

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I just got back from a fantastic trip to the heartland (read: Ohio). I was indoctrinated into the world of cattle and NASCAR. Conversely, I think I managed to sway the country folk from Bud Light to Sam Adams Summer Ale. I got this in an email from T.Ohhe while I was there.

MacGyver

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Written by DMN

July 8, 2008 at 7:37 am

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  1. I know it’s not MacGyver, but have you ever wondered why the A-Team was always captured, locked into a garage CHOCK-FULL of scrap metal, old cars or machinery, welding equipment, and other such sundries that could give rise to a fully-operational, devastatingly effective bulldozer thingy that could rip through the door or walls of said garage? Every episode was like that!

    Also, Sam Adams Summer Ale is a beautiful beer. Have you ever tried using Grains of Paradise in your own brewing?

    Joon S.
    http://vinicultured.com

    vinicultured

    July 8, 2008 at 9:05 am

  2. Hehe, I was just reading about Grains of Paradise yesterday after seeing it on the label. We’ll see! I’m locked in to making a wheat beer (thanks to that blasted poll on my old blog), so I might try to do something dramatic.

    Oh, btw – get “Getting to Maybe”

    I hear that it’s pure gold for 1L.

    I’ve watched like all 5 seasons of the A-Team, and I certainly “love it when a plan comes together” as much as anyone else. My question is “What role Face would ever have in a crack commando team in Vietnam?” Like seriously… he had barely competent combat ability, and little to no weapon skills (not like anyone on the A-Team ever shot anyone in an episode). Furthermore, I’m pretty sure the Vietnamese jungle doesn’t get conned by white guys very well, and last time I checked, Seal Team 6 (the current day crack commando squad) doesn’t have a con man on their team. But what do I know, right?

    openfire06

    July 8, 2008 at 9:38 am

  3. You obviously paid attention to the A-Team more thoroughly than I did. Last time I watched the A-Team I was like… eight.

    Regarding the raw crab pickled in soy sauce: it sounds gross, yes, but it’s pretty delicious. Just think of it as crab sashimi! I hope you like sushi and sashimi!

    Joon S.
    http://vinicultured.com

    vinicultured

    July 9, 2008 at 2:06 am

  4. You’re such a stuck up New Englander city boy. 🙂
    It was like that kids story where the city mouse goes to the country to visit his country mouse friend. or was it the other way around?
    You have to admit that you enjoyed the drive through beer store, tossing the peanut shells on the floor of a steak house, seeing cows and a pony out the window every morning, and the amazing views of the rolling hills.
    Should I start recording all the NASCAR races for you?

    Bill like sushi and sashimi? hahaha. good one. He made a fair attempt at it, but his taste buds can’t handle such flavors. I tried to convince him that the eel sushi is the best thing ever!

    Samantha

    July 9, 2008 at 6:51 am

  5. Ok, the drive through beer store was pretty epic.

    When I get the picture uploaded, I’ll make a post.

    openfire06

    July 9, 2008 at 8:17 am

  6. Eel sushi IS the best thing ever…

    Biff, get moving on that.

    Dave

    July 12, 2008 at 12:08 pm

  7. Dave – who’s side are you on? Btw, those comics were awesome. I’m pretty sure I’ll end up including funny ones in my blog at some point.

    openfire06

    July 12, 2008 at 8:25 pm


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