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    Are any of those worth trying (read: not in the same peer group as bud light)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HailToTheDeacons View Post
    Are any of those worth trying (read: not in the same peer group as bud light)?
    I've heard Guinness is pretty good.

  3. #303
    Why not try them all?

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    I am so disappointed in you, Canada.

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    I disagree with you
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    Quote Originally Posted by HailToTheDeacons View Post
    Are any of those worth trying (read: not in the same peer group as bud light)?
    probably not; im guessing they're all the cheapest/most readily available beer. there are some exceptions but even looking through the heart of europe, i've had pretty much of of them and they're all euro versions of Bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconPeach View Post


    and here is a link to a larger version of this map that will open in a separate tab: http://vinepair.com/features/externa...0-full-web.jpg
    Fail on germany. Oettinger is a group of like 20 brands. Largest producer, sure, but krombacher is the top beer.
    Go Deacs and Hook 'em

  7. #307
    Unfortunately, I haven't seen it in map form yet, but here is the biggest employer for each state:

    http://247wallst.com/special-report/...-each-state-2/

    A bunch of states had hospital/health systems or university systems where state schools have multiple campuses. And a few states had a unique employer, like Boeing in WA, a food retailer in NJ and MGM in NV. But for the entire Southern block from VA to FL over to TX plus IL & OH, it's Walmart. In VA, it was the ship yards in Tidewater 30 years ago, then Food Lion like 15-20 years ago, now Walmart. Growing up in Balmur, the docks and Beth Steel used to be huge employers, and now it's the U of Md system. It's not like I didn't realize it before, but this state by state list shows quite starkly that we've become a service economy.

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    Walmart, university systems, medical care systems, only one hotel/casino, two retailers not named Walmart and only two old line industrial companies as the largest employer in a state. Really amazing.

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    Google Autocomplete Results for "How Much Does a _______" Cost



    My top result (in NC) is "How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?"

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    This is my all time favorite thread

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    How much does a weed cost?

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    WTF, North Dakota?

    Maybe I'm totally reading that wrong, but damn. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WakeTheNation View Post
    WTF, North Dakota?

    Maybe I'm totally reading that wrong, but damn. lol
    one of the states ties into an inside joke my friends and I have so I sent that out, and one of them caught that. I missed it, but there's got to be something else there. Either that or its a secret pedophile safe haven

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    Quote Originally Posted by WakeTheNation View Post
    WTF, North Dakota?

    Maybe I'm totally reading that wrong, but damn. lol
    It's probably something like
    "How much does a minor cost [for admittance to an event]"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dot com View Post
    It's probably something like
    "How much does a minor cost [for sex]"
    FIFY

    nasty ass north dakotans
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    NC under registered?

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    cookout = blabbermouth?
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    So am I to assume that there is nothing in Iowa but pigs and cows, and presumably farmers to tend to them?

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    Corn.

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