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Jan 29th, '11, 20:17
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Hello from Wisconsin

by kjs » Jan 29th, '11, 20:17

GO PACK GO! GO PACK GO!!! :D

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by IPT » Jan 29th, '11, 22:15

Amen!

I've missed the Packers so much! Football isn't broadcast here, so I haven't seen a game in a decade. The superbowl will be broadcast here! I am indescribably excited! My wife has never seen a die hard Packers fan watching a game before. I'm probably going to scare her. Haha!

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by Chip » Jan 30th, '11, 23:37

... cheese-heads!!! :lol:

Welcome to the forum. I will surely be backing the Pack even though I am from PA.

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by IPT » Jan 31st, '11, 01:03

Chip wrote:... cheese-heads!!! :lol:


And damn proud of it!

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by debunix » Jan 31st, '11, 11:05

Not being a football fan, I have no idea about how to pair tea with football, but some nice smoky earthy puerhs go great with lots of different cheeses.

Welcome!

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Jan 31st, '11, 17:27
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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by kjs » Jan 31st, '11, 17:27

IPT wrote:Amen!

I've missed the Packers so much! Football isn't broadcast here, so I haven't seen a game in a decade. The superbowl will be broadcast here! I am indescribably excited! My wife has never seen a die hard Packers fan watching a game before. I'm probably going to scare her. Haha!



OMG!! You are far away. What kinda beer ya going to drink der whilest ya watching da boys play der, eh?

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by kjs » Jan 31st, '11, 17:30

debunix wrote:Not being a football fan, I have no idea about how to pair tea with football, but some nice smoky earthy puerhs go great with lots of different cheeses.

Welcome!



What's a couple good cheese that go with a Rishi Classic Vintage puerhs, der eh?

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by debunix » Jan 31st, '11, 19:41

A nice aged cheddar, an old gouda, a mild young goat cheese, or something nicely sheepy like vermont shepherd.

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by IPT » Jan 31st, '11, 21:13

kjs wrote:
IPT wrote:Amen!

I've missed the Packers so much! Football isn't broadcast here, so I haven't seen a game in a decade. The superbowl will be broadcast here! I am indescribably excited! My wife has never seen a die hard Packers fan watching a game before. I'm probably going to scare her. Haha!



OMG!! You are far away. What kinda beer ya going to drink der whilest ya watching da boys play der, eh?


PBR. I'd prefer High-Life, but there isn't any here. You're from the far north eh? Around the U.P.ers?

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by IPT » Jan 31st, '11, 21:16

debunix wrote:A nice aged cheddar, an old gouda, a mild young goat cheese, or something nicely sheepy like vermont shepherd.


You're just mean!!! :cry:

There's no cheese here! Imagine no Cheese for a Cheese-head! I've been going with a state of constant withdrawl for a decade!

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by kjs » Jan 31st, '11, 21:53

IPT wrote:
debunix wrote:A nice aged cheddar, an old gouda, a mild young goat cheese, or something nicely sheepy like vermont shepherd.


You're just mean!!! :cry:

There's no cheese here! Imagine no Cheese for a Cheese-head! I've been going with a state of constant withdrawl for a decade!


No cheese?? NO HIGH LIFE???? OMG!!! Come home man, quick!

Maybe make your own beer, eh? They did up north during the Capone days, eh?

We not dat far north....more like north Central.....before da Northwoods. Yah?

Local Newspaper for ya!

http://www.wausaudailyherald.com/


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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by IPT » Jan 31st, '11, 22:12

Oh beauty. Thanks.

My great uncle used ta run moonshine during prohibition. He made it out of plums. I have his still and recipes still. I'm from da northwoods. Up near the UP der.

Wausau eh? Been there.

My daughter is getting my Wisconsin accent. It's a beautiful thing eh? She says "Bubbler, soda", etc.

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Re: Hello from Wisconsin

by kjs » Feb 2nd, '11, 23:49

IPT wrote:Oh beauty. Thanks.

My great uncle used ta run moonshine during prohibition. He made it out of plums. I have his still and recipes still. I'm from da northwoods. Up near the UP der.

Wausau eh? Been there.

My daughter is getting my Wisconsin accent. It's a beautiful thing eh? She says "Bubbler, soda", etc.


OMG!! Bubbler!!!! A Northwood valiation.

You ever been to Stooge TV? http://www.stoogetv.org/

You can watch most USA Sports (football) Online....most of the time. You need to reg before chat game request. Free, but they like donation.

Maybe you could catch a game or two next season.

I give donation of ten or so..once in while. That's how I can watch the Chargers play.

They don't Broadcast Charger games up here der, Eh. Actually, Itransplanted here from der.

Loosing my "bit-chen" valley boy accent though...for sure der, eh. And, don't tell da boys der, but I been drinking Pacifico beer of late.

It's da yuppie in me. I have a yooper yuppie conflict going on, man.

Z

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