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Discussion in 'Southwest' started by rainerschuhsler, Apr 5, 2013.
Look at dis guy.
He just wants to raid my cellar instead of gas money.
Maaaaaybe I'll be there this weekend? I don't know. But I'll definitely be there for the July tasting. Unless I die in a dick fire or something.
WWAVD (What Would Ace Ventura Do)...
Probably ride a rhino to Austin.
Rhinos don't have guns mounted to them.
Fine. I'll just take my other ride then...
Liar. I took a picture of you in your other car the other day.
Awww... he was driving his Skittles car to the Little Gym! So cute!
Man Brad, you sure got hairy...
my windshield has been cracked for 5 years now... whats the problem?
It's a distinct possibility.
Run from the heat, bro.
Herpes is a bitch...
Please bring deliciousness everybody!
I saw this written somewhere else as well and I think the confusion needs to be cleared up: Governor Perry certainly can veto the bills and if he does, there is no recourse for another two years.
The law in Texas is that vetos can be overridden (by a 2/3 majority of both houses) but only during the legislative session that passed the bills in the first place. Since that session officially ended on May 27, a veto by Perry is final.
We'd have to approach the legislature in two years with a new package of bills, hoping the same thing didn't reoccur.
Also note: the legislature is currently still meeting, but as part of the first Special Session of the year, during which they can only discuss legislation proposed by the Governor, and which technically is not considered part of the session that passed the beer bills. This is a separate session.
How do you pass inspection?
Go to sketchy places
Those don't exist.
I don't think it matters in Texas? Never has for me.
Winsheild is not one of the points of inspection, though I do go to a shady place. no one can do my 1995 mercury mistake, ere mystique.
Go to the Barrio, get that inspection, get some tacos, drink a Corona some water with lime.
I think it has to be deemed to obstruct vision...
This. The windshield in my Jeep was cracked from the top left all the way to the bottom right and it passed. I was told I should get it replaced, but it had 6 years worth of beach parking passes that I didn't want to get rid of.
And on topic, I hate knowing that Atrial Rubicite is ready, but have to wait to get bottles
I hate knowing that they will have AR at the brewery while I am there on Saturday and I can't taste it. Maybe someone can mistakenly leave a bottle out on a picnic table during the day.
Let's erase hate. COEXIST.
So who's coming tomorrow? Cause I'll be there no matter what. I've got a craving for some Jester King & pizza.
Opened up a Salt Lick the other day and definitely oozed out...GOODNESS!!!!!!! So freaking good. I'll have to send some to a trading partner in California so they can see what else JK has to offer.
I used to work at a quick oil change place back in college that did inspections. As long as your inspection sticker and registration stickers are displayed clearly you do not need a windshield.
I'm pretty sure I'm going to be there!
Did tomorrow at Jester King actually become a thing?
It's enough of a thing. I'd love to come, but... gas, driving, maybe work. blech.
I may be able to make it. Will there be a bottle share? If not, we can probably do one afterward at my place.
I was thinking, if they do a brewery release, are they going to sell tickets? Isn't there a max number of people that can be on the premise? Wasn't that an issue with the first anniversary party?
I believe it was like 700 tickets, though...
They can do sessions.
I don't know that it became a "thing," per se, but I, like Lutter, will be there regardless of what everyone else is doing.
I've just started doing a little research on bottle releases. I've actually never been to one. What are some good tips to make sure it runs fairly and efficiently? Thanks in advance.
From all the Chicaagoland examples I've seen I've learned one main thing: no matter what happens people are upset and complain with how they are handled. Even some of the best run events I've seen have loads of criticism. big things that are important to me though is food being available, some sort of consolation (like great stuff on tap) for those that inevitably don't get bottles and a clearly articulated system that is outlined before the event so everyone knows what to expect.