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Stay Calm..........................



October 24, 2008 – Comments (6)

For those of you that have been reading this are well prepared for these times.......

We still have a long long long way to go.........................

My suggestion.........Try a Bacardi Limon Bloody.....with extra lime..............and lots of horseraddish.

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#1) On October 24, 2008 at 11:25 AM, Eudemonic (58.96) wrote:

Or this..
14 ounces coconut milk ( from the coconuts hand picked by Hawaiian virgins.)
2 cups Papagayo White Rum
4 egg yolks from corn fed Nebraska hens
12 ounces of condensed milk from Frisian cows.
1.5 Tablespoons ground nutmeg.

Blend all and chill in freezer for 45 minutes ( or until you get frostbite). Enjoy..

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#2) On October 24, 2008 at 11:37 AM, PovertyAdverse (63.90) wrote:

Good advise and suggestions, here's one of my favorites for those "down" days:

"Crappy Day"

3 oz. Low Grade Prune Juice, 1 oz. of the cheapest vodka you can find.  No ice.  Plastic Cup.



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#3) On October 24, 2008 at 12:31 PM, dinodelaurentis (83.19) wrote:

"sex on the golf course"

2 shots Absolute

1 shot peach schnapps

1 shot midori melon scnapps

1 shot sour mix

mix with ice, cover, shake until foamy, strain, serve.

Big hit with the ladies.

my mind is as calm as the reflection of the moon on a ponds surface.

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#4) On October 24, 2008 at 7:05 PM, StockSpreadsheet (68.25) wrote:

"June Bug"

Not sure of real recipe since this is a TGI Fridays drink, but this comes close.

1 shot Midori melon liquer

1 shot Malibu coconut rum

1/2 shot vodka, (decent brand)

1/2 shot peach brandy, (I prefer Hiram Walkers)

1-1/2 shot orange juice

1-1/2 shot pineapple juice

Stir and pour over ice.  If you want a stronger drink, you can always add some orange and/or pineapple liquer/rum to the mix.

Everyone I have ever served these to has liked them, men and women.  Enjoy!


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#5) On October 24, 2008 at 11:00 PM, jesusfreakinco (28.19) wrote:


I'd be curious to get your take on this article:

which is predicting a collapse of the USD in the summer of 09.  A bit shocking to say the least...

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#6) On October 25, 2008 at 1:58 PM, jegr5347 (< 20) wrote:

I read parts of the article. I would dare say even Alstry would have reservations about going out on that limb. It is evident that this crisis will affect the Eurozone, Russia and China much more adversely than the US. Like it or not, Russia is overly dependent on two commodities, oil and gas. China is overly dependent on manufacturing. The Eurozone's socialist government entitlement structure is a recipe for disaster when there is a decrease in tax receipts. Even with debt and all, the US economy is more flexible than any of these economies, i.e. been there done that.

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