Welcome new member Jameson Beam

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pintoshine
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Welcome new member Jameson Beam

Post by pintoshine » Sun Dec 23, 2007 7:11 am

There is a welcome I have to issue to a man I really enjoy conversing with and who is experienced enough to school most of us.
I would like to welcome Jameson Beam to the forum. I have watched his postings on HD for quite a while and can tell you he can hold his own in a debate with the best. His style never allows him to resort to getting personal or using smack talk.
I just want to know....




What took you so stinking long? :lol: :lol:

stoker
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Post by stoker » Sun Dec 23, 2007 8:23 am

Hi, welcome
I'm looking forward to those discussions.

and this forum is growing and growing.
-I have too much blood in my alcohol system-

19Kilo
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Post by 19Kilo » Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:47 pm

Howdy

mtnwalker2
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Post by mtnwalker2 » Sun Dec 23, 2007 6:26 pm

Welcome indeed. I have enjoyed very much your daily discourse and recipes, except perhaps the one with your love of spirits a la lesbos! I still laugh at that. You may have to share that tidbit here when you have the time. I have very much appreciated your insight and commentary, and look forward to them here as well.
> "You are what you repeatedly do. Excellence is not an event - it is a
>habit" Aristotle

Jameson Beam
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Location: Near the heart of Distillin' in the south of course...

Post by Jameson Beam » Mon Dec 24, 2007 12:06 pm

Ahhhh Thank you mon amis,

Looking forward to a great New Year and entertaining discussions with ya'll as well in here. May I raise me glass to all with an ol' Irish toast:

"In the upcomming year, may ye problems be as few and far between as ye Grandma's Teeth."

Vino es Veritas and Happy Holidays,
Jim.
"To err is Human, To make a fine Whiskey, Divine...."

Butch50
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Post by Butch50 » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:51 pm

Howdy! Any friend of Pintoshine's is automatically a friend of mine!
Banjos and Whisky, Down On The River Bank

Still_Crazy
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Post by Still_Crazy » Wed Dec 26, 2007 8:14 am

Howdy and welcome Jameson Beam it's a friendly place indeed! Hands-on for me has only been a year now and my brain is :shock: with information and interests, makes me more of an observer I guess :?

pintoshine Happy Holidays to you sir, hope the leg is better at least?
Received my TET612 PID, there it sits and I can't wait... The refractometer came Monday, love it so far :mrgreen: as I love gadgets. I'll report on it soon... both wheat and sugar bubbl'n away. Here I sit at the office.

:roll:
~ After all these years, a drop in time helps soothe my mind ~

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