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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby Dave » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:12 pm

Not sure how well IPA would go with tsampa. After all, they're barley related.
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby Rizomer » Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:45 am

ShneekeyTheLost wrote:
Rizomer wrote:Every time I open a Coors beer always reminds me of first Limp Bizkit concert I had.

Because they are both generic, tasteless, and weak?


Well, that's a good description for both.
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby DinkyInky » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:32 am

Just Old Al wrote:Agreed on the tea - with cream of course. Preferably while listening toTHIS.

Alcohol is for pickling lab specimens.
And now for something completely different...

Alcohol, in small doses, is a good tenderiser for tough or gamey meat. Once the marinade soaks in, and you cook it, the bad parts burn off.

I use it mostly with Coney, Venison(when I can get my hands on it), and tough cuts of Beef.

Question is, will they survive Karaoke night in the pub after singing Loch Lomond wrong, and being mad because the one person singing it right made the regulars cry, and they decided to make fun of it.
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby DinkyInky » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:32 am

Dave wrote:Not sure how well IPA would go with tsampa. After all, they're barley related.
Pay the Vault Dave.
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby Dave » Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:41 pm

Dave makes a pūjā offering of flowers to the Pun Jar.
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby Dave » Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:59 pm

There's another drink/music correlation which is also quite strong... almost a necessity.

Hard apple cider. One must play music to honor its origin.

♬ There's an oak tree, up on the mountain.
There's an orchard, growin' in my yard.
There are pine trees, out in the forest.
There's a harsh wind, blowin' very hard.

There's a tree, tree falling.
There's a tree, tree falling.

There's a maple, glowing like sunset.
There are alders, leaves turning gold.
Lonely chestnut, last in the county.
Big nor'easter, hurricane of cold.

And there's trees, trees falling.
There's trees, trees falling. ♬


(Offered with deep respect to Tom Petty. Another great voice of our time, silenced too soon.)
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby DinkyInky » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:08 pm

Dave wrote:There's another drink/music correlation which is also quite strong... almost a necessity.

Hard apple cider. One must play music to honor its origin.

♬ There's an oak tree, up on the mountain.
There's an orchard, growin' in my yard.
There are pine trees, out in the forest.
There's a harsh wind, blowin' very hard.

There's a tree, tree falling.
There's a tree, tree falling.

There's a maple, glowing like sunset.
There are alders, leaves turning gold.
Lonely chestnut, last in the county.
Big nor'easter, hurricane of cold.

And there's trees, trees falling.
There's trees, trees falling. ♬


(Offered with deep respect to Tom Petty. Another great voice of our time, silenced too soon.)
It took me two lines and part of the third before I realised it was a filk to one of his tunes...then i read the rest of it. Bravo!
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Re: Does the music you're listening to affect what you'll dr

Postby Just Old Al » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:26 am

Dave wrote:There's another drink/music correlation which is also quite strong... almost a necessity.

Hard apple cider. One must play music to honor its origin.

♬ There's an oak tree, up on the mountain.
There's an orchard, growin' in my yard.
There are pine trees, out in the forest.
There's a harsh wind, blowin' very hard.

There's a tree, tree falling.
There's a tree, tree falling.

There's a maple, glowing like sunset.
There are alders, leaves turning gold.
Lonely chestnut, last in the county.
Big nor'easter, hurricane of cold.

And there's trees, trees falling.
There's trees, trees falling. ♬


(Offered with deep respect to Tom Petty. Another great voice of our time, silenced too soon.)



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