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No fridge? Just get a second fridge, for beer only. That's what we did. What? #beerworldproblems
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Dude. Just wait till you convert to the keg system. You will be assimilated. Bottling is futile. (sort of)
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We're homebrewers here too. Went recently from the bottling process to a kegging operation. Actually if your genius son wants to make his own recipes, he should be able to without much mishap, especially if you do an easy basic one first (like you are). It's basically adding stuff to a basic concoction. We've done some really crazy recipes that ended up surprisingly good. And we like to make up clever names for them too. Like the time we made a watermelon lager and called it "Gal-lager." (get it?) Oh, cider is also fun and yummy. Have fun! ~Jenn in Boulder (the capital city of micro- and home-brewing...)
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I tried ordering MOTF Pt 1 twice with my device and once with my computer. I want the book, but am running into brick walls. I guess I just have to live with the wonderful MOTFuturecast. I love the podcast so much, but it's too bad, as I know I'm missing all kinds of content. I wish Lulu would let me order the d*** thing...
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Oh yes, awesome, I see that now. Whew! I was getting worried...
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2011 on shameless self promotion at WWdN: In Exile
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I know I may get nerd-tomatoes thrown at me, but whatever happened to Memories of the Future Volume 2? The first volume was delightful.
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2011 on shameless self promotion at WWdN: In Exile
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You know, you're so right. I have readers that don't comment on my own site, and it's so true. Keep writing for us though Wil, we are here, and we read it all.
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I'm a lurker too. Not now. Chris is so right--you so need to do his podcast! And you are a vile torturer for not letting us know what this project is that you were auditioning for!!! (Okay I understand why, but it's still torture, dammit!) http://bonzuko.com Also, I will be teaching an Art and Interpretation class soon, and that's usually when I get the creative discipline down--I try to do the creative assignments I assign my students. ;)
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Remember in elementary school when we had All Day Reading Day? We'd show up in PJs or similarly comfortable clothing, sleeping bags and pillows in hand, and we'd read. All. Day. I decided recently to give myself an All Day Reading Day. I didn't even turn on my computer. I read all of Stephenson's Snow Crash and a little Sherlock Holmes that day, and I must say I was more than refreshed the nest day when I logged on to my blog and feeds. It's so worth it. @bonzuko
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2010 on on the benefits of being unplugged at WWdN: In Exile
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Looking forward to seeing you in Boulder!
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