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I had a busy day today. Up early, worked at the local gun show- my gun club had a table, and then stuff around the house. So I'm kicking back with some 17 year old Old Pultney scotch. Good stuff.
 

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The only time I enjoyed scotch .... I was already drunk and someone else was paying the tab. :lol:

I think I'm going to pour a Black & Tan (Yuengling)
 

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I had a busy day today. Up early, worked at the local gun show- my gun club had a table, and then stuff around the house. So I'm kicking back with some 17 year old Old Pultney scotch. Good stuff.
You sir have great taste when it comes to a fine whisky, I applaud you.
 

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gmountain what show where you at?
 

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Hope you enjoyed your scotch. It's coffee time here on frozen Lake Erie!
 

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It takes a while to drink a bottle of scotch though. at least a day or two....I kid, I kid.


One time I was in New York City, and went to Park Avenue Liquor, which is like the promised land for scotch drinkers. I bought a couple of bottles of scotch that were moderately expensive. I still have them here, and when I find someone that likes scotch, we'll drink them together.
 

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At that price,my friend Johnnie {Walker}isn't such a bad deal as long as I keep him away from my laptop and taking "selfies"with my Kimbers.
 
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