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    You know by the good advice of good men here, I am always told my mood would be more civil if I just found a hobby to simply remove my mind from the consumption of this business. So. I have been thinking about it. I want to learn how to brew my own beer. Anyone else doing it?

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    We try it it wasn't very good no it was bad very bad.

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    I have always thought about taking up target practice with rifles. Something that I could relax from the pressures of work but I havnt really found any tall buildings that I would be able to get up to the top that would give that good of vantage point. Im also not sure how you would get some of the people that you would wish would walk by while you were pertaking of your hobby. Maybe send out invetations or something .......oh well just a thought. Right now fishing is about the only thing I do that when Im out there doing it, I never even think about work or what else may be going on. Thats my best relaxation. One time I wanted to take up making wine but I never knew how I could duplicate apple barns strawberry wine lol. DAM

    [Edited by dec on 02-06-2005 at 02:19 PM]

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    The FBI is coming for you now.




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    Originally posted by Dowadudda
    You know by the good advice of good men here, I am always told my mood would be more civil if I just found a hobby to simply remove my mind from the consumption of this business. So. I have been thinking about it. I want to learn how to brew my own beer. Anyone else doing it?
    I have a fellow " market monkey " that does this. The beer is actually alright. It is time consuming. He washes old beer bottles and creates new recipes , I like the rifle on the buiding thing...more productive .

    ( attention Homeland Security that is a joke )

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    You will be on here.



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