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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-15-2019, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Beer Drill Pump Fail.....!?

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+1 for ingenuity. Man up!
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Getting drunk the old-fashioned way is too much work.
Even drinking a glass of water these days is too much work but we can pay big $$$$$ to make it easier:
https://www.denverpost.com/2019/06/1...iv-bar-health/
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Getting drunk the old-fashioned way is too much work.
Even drinking a glass of water these days is too much work but we can pay big $$$$$ to make it easier:
https://www.denverpost.com/2019/06/1...iv-bar-health/
Pleeeze!! Tell me this is made up. Next it will be faeces snack bars. The bar keeps sinking lower for human intelligence.
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It really does go to show the power of human greed (the desire to make as much money as possible) with one of our strongest assets, ingenuity (the ability to really think outside the box) with human stupidity (the desire to be really super cool (having too much money-**** for brains & lazy as fudge) Gotta love it.
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Nice try...for me the rate of flow is adjusted by the angle of the dangle between wrist and elbow....
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Nice try...for me the rate of flow is adjusted by the angle of the dangle between wrist and elbow....
Unfortunately no one told the inventer that drills do not have wrists and elbows :+)
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