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About KansasO'sFan

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  • Birthday 5/2/1987

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    O's baseball, Carolina Panthers football, K-State sports, really watching or playing any sport, video games, homework (not really an interest, but something I spend enormous amounts of time doing)
  • Occupation
    Flour Miller
  • Favorite Current Oriole
    Nick Markakis
  • Favorite All Time Oriole
    Cal Ripken, Jr.
  1. Heard it was pretty sweet so I'm over it, if someone offered me one for free I'd take it but other than that.... But it's triple filtered! So it's almost as good as triple-hopped Miller Lite!!
  2. Holy crap it's been a long time since I've visitied this thread, too long really. Feel like the past 2 or 3 months have been a blur....living in Nebraska , been to Texas, California, ohio, Pennsylvania (flew into Baltimore for a work emergency but unfortunately the o's weren't in town, did at least get to see Gettysburg, experienced teh Beltway traffic, verrrrry interesting for a Kansas boy), and moved to Illinois, all in a job that supposedlydoesn't involve much travel. Not sure i agree with that but it has been an experience! And finally my friend Jack has paid another nice long visit! Not saying I haven't had plenty of good times along the way but it defintely feels better knowing you'll be somewhere for at least a couple years Oh and on a side note, EMAW!!!!!
  3. Definitely cancelling the mail part and going to Redbox. I don't rent enough movies to justify even the $8 per month for that part. Not sure about streaming, but I'm leaning towards just cancelling that too.
  4. Have to go with Spoetzl. Shiner Bock rocks. Their other offerings are good too. Shiner Light, Blonde, Hefeweizen, Kosmos, all good. Even the Black Lager isn't too bad.
  5. Is it really necessary to flick your still lit cigarette butt across the median onto my truck? Just dropping it out the window apparently isn't enough
  6. Oh Jack, it's been so long..... And it's only 8 local time. Wow. Work should be fun tomorrow..l.
  7. Vehicle seat warmers. 'Nuff said.
  8. Just got done reading The Day Before Midnight, by Stephen Hunter. I've read several of his books, and I've enjoyed every one I've read. He's the same guy who wrote Point of Impact, which the movie Shooter was based off of. I'm getting ready to start Ball Four (finally), and I'm definitely looking forward to it.
  9. The Fighter - 8/10 The boxing part of the story was fairly predictable, but I'm a sucker for these types of stories. The rest of the story really pulled me in, it felt very real. Great acting all around, especially by Wahlberg, Bale, and Adams.
  10. There are much bigger celebrations that go on, and the refs don't even think about grabbing for their flag. There's no guarantee that we would have scored the 2 point conversion, we had several other opportunities in the game to get at least one more score, and defense took most of the day off, but there's no way you can make that call at such a crucial juncture in the game unless there's no question it was excessive. And the best part was the explanation, that he was "drawing attention to himself." Isn't the attention already on him, seeing as how he just scored, no matter what he does after he scores? And I gotta feel bad for him, I'm sure he feels absolutely terrible about it. Oh well.
  11. Referees who want to decide the outcome of the game. Really? Saluting the crowd deserves an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty? :angryfire:
  12. I watched In the Line of Fire last night, with Clint Eastwood. There were 2 people that caught my eye that I knew I had seen in other movies, and finally by the end was able to place: Professor Riger is played by John Heard, who also played Peter McCallister, the father in Home Alone. Mendoza is played by Tobin Bell, aka Jigsaw.
  13. JetersucksARod Can't take credit for that one, saw it on a shirt one time.
  14. If I remember my baking and cereal science correctly, the sugar provides food for the yeast, so less food could have led to slower fermentation (bottle conditioning) from the yeast, which would mean that the optimal time to drink it would be later than you would expect if you had used more bottling sugar. Could also be the type of yeast you used, if it's a slow fermenting yeast it's possible that the optimal condition wasn't until several months, rather than weeks, later. Still seems like a long time, but I'm sure it's possible. Just my hypothesis from my vast, vast experience on the subject (i.e. 3 or 4 lectures in college a year or two ago).
  15. Take this with a grain of salt, because I seem to make the wrong choice with my lineups more often than not, but I'd go with Lloyd. Harvin is banged up, and even though he's most likely a go, he's had injuries lately (migraine problems, his ankle this week), and probably won't be at 100%. Plus you have to factor in Brett Favre, whether he'll make it through a whole game or not, and if he'll get time to throw. Lloyd gets a lot of looks from Orton (I think i read that he accounts for something like 35% of Orton's yards). To me he seems like a safer bet. Of course that probably means he'll only get 5 points this week. Ryan @ St. Louis or Flacco @ Carolina?
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