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Discussion in 'Carothers Performance Knives' started by Nathan the Machinist, Jul 17, 2017.
I like Peachy Canyon Cabernet and 7 Deadly Zins
There is some good wine floating around here (central coast), but since a heavy month is when I’ve had two glasses, and I have never had a sense of smell, I’m not qualified to speak on it. My wife is in a wine club and we have a pretty good stash, I’m not sure why. She doesn’t drink much either. I think that it’s partly the idea of it, and partly to support a small local winery.
I’ll find a suggestion or two (or to, or too, or tu) and get back to you. Mike
Did you know french at any past moment in time?
I dated a chick that was fluent in French. That was a bit of memorable fun.
Goodness, you SHOULD be....
I would second the recommendation of Cakebread Chardonnay and would also suggest trying a bottle of Mer Soleil, which is an affordable ($20.00) Santa Lucia Highlands wine by the Wagner Family. Same family that bottles the excellent Camus Cabernets. During my professional years when I was entertaining clients everyone I introduced Mer Soleil to loved it. The standard one is oaked while the silver label is unoaked. Cheers !
The weird stuff that sticks in your memory...
I remember winning a speed spelling bee when I was... 7? By spelling forty without the 'u'.
As for what it should be, I concur, the number should logically be spelled 'fourty'.
The word 'forty' could be used thus: Wow... your new house looks really forty. Should be easy to fend off attacking hordes.
At least forty sounds right. What's up with five and fifty? And why isn't it oneteen, twoteen and threeteen?
In German you have elf(11) and zwolf(12) that probably accounts for those...
How about onety and twoty and threety?
Oh, look, a chart of twoty fruity
I'm tooty all the time
This lady right here thought I could do no wrong and I am going to miss the hell out of her. Rest in Peace Gramma. I love you.
RIP Gramma So sorry Jo
My sincerest condolences.
You were lucky to have her and I'm sure she was lucky to have you. Deepest sympathies Jo.
I am very sorry for your loss.
Jo, thank you for sharing a small piece of your memories with your G'Ma with us recently. My sincerest condolences to both You and Yours.