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Monthly Archive for November, 2008
Rockin’ out some paragliding in Fortin, Mexico. Enjoy.
yeah, well, bascule’s PS3 stopped working.
We can only blame Alex.
Bascule has already thrown a pillow at the couch and said bummer, the univeral hippie expression of dismay.
I’m really not sure why I haven’t made this bitch the bitch of the day yet. She rules. She plays Deborah Morgan, the sister of title-character Dexter Morgan on Showtime’s Dexter. I’d like to describe her features as vaguely Asian. Perhaps her ancestors got raped by Mongolians like Laura Silvernman.
I can’t speak for the real life Jennifer Carpenter, but Deb Morgan swears like a sailor, which for whatever reason is a huge turn-on for me. Seriously, sometimes it’s hard to believe the shit that comes out of her mouth. Shit like “Thank the baby fucking Jesus.” How goddamn motherfucking awesome. I want to fucking marry this bitch and together we can thank the baby fucking Jesus.
J-Roc has informed me that he does not approve of her new, shorter haircut, but that really doesn’t subtract anything from her overall appeal. I mean shit yo, she’s motherfucking hot! It’s a bit concerting that she’s playing a cop, especially one who ostensibly hates pot. I just have to wonder if she puffs mad bowls after she gets done taping Dexter, going “rofl I play a cop on TV.” Probably not, but I can dream, can’t I?
Hey Jennifer Carpenter, next time you’re in the general Boulder area I’ll totally puff bowls with you. Continue reading ‘Bitch of the Day: Jennifer Carpenter’
To: The Girl on the Vespa that hit my car on Folsom Street in Boulder, CO this past Saturday.
RE: My Car
I just wanted you to know that my car is fine, it only has a minor scratch from you hitting it with the handlebar of your Vespa/Vespa-like scooter.
In the future, you might want to stop and apologize instead of driving off. I’m not an angry person by nature, but there are some mentally unbalanced fools who’d run you off the road for doing that.
All the best,
My friend recently returned from a long trip to Germany with a brief stopover in Amsterdam where he was able to acquire this for me. This beer is a special version of Guinness with a higher ABV (8%) than any other Guinness available. Supposedly this version is closest to the “traditional” recipe that Guinness was brewed with up until about 100 years ago.
I decided to compare it with a normal Guinness poured from a can. I thought about going for the Guinness Extra Stout as that’d be a closer comparison, but as this beer is supposedly close to the original Guinness recipe I figured I’d compare it with what most people regard as “Guinness”.
Visually the head is far more bubbly and white on the normal Guinness. I was surprised by how much of a head built up on the Special Export Stout. It seems to bubble quite a bit more than I remember Guinness Extra doing, and I don’t remember that making much of a head. The head on this is almost comparable to the one formed from a nitrogenated can, except the bubbles poured from the can make pockmarks all over the surface of the beer.
I’ve never tried sniffing normal Guinness for its aroma, but upon doing so I find it’s virtually absent. Not so on the Special Export Stout, as there’s a strong, almost raisiny musk which hints at the Guinness flavor.
First sip: holy crap this stuff has an awesome flavor. What can I say, it’s Guinness but stronger, both in terms of flavor and booze. Taking a sip of normal Guinness it tastes like water in comparison. If you like the flavor of Guinness and wish it were stronger and full of more booze, this is certainly the beer for you.
Each time I take a sip of the normal Guinness after taking a sip of the Special Export Stout I can’t help but feel that regular old Guinness is crap in comparison. The Special Export Stout leaves a lingering aftertaste of the delicious Guinness flavor, and I feel little bubbles bursting all over my mouth.
I don’t know why Guinness doesn’t have a larger distribution for this stuff. It’s great! It certainly puts regular Guinness to shame.