he he he...Originally posted by dukestreet
Ooh, ooh! I got it right, what do I win, what do I win!
I think you need an education. Go read sparkleytone's thread that he resurected, from the beginning.Originally posted by mac15
yeah this is a weird thread
Hehe, I am Mac_User, and I dont think I ever read that post. I kind of miss the name, but Mac_User was a name for all of usOriginally posted by jefhatfield
many thanks, spikey
now where is the forum war?
...i am waiting to see how the new members fare...they are more than eager to take you frequent posters on and i am impressed with Mac_User, oldMac, and other new guys since i think they will be the next group of macrumor superpowers and they will unseat you
john123, thayil (i can't get the name right), spikey, kela, monkeybusiness, and other senior members...you guys have something to seriously worry about since i think these new guys will pose a serious threat
i have seen several groups take the helm of the posts since the begining of macrumors and this is nothing new
so there is a topic for a forum war (since i see the new crop coming in with different ideas...but not that i agree or disagree with them any more or any less...this is kind of like survivor with different alliances)
welcome Mac_User, OldMac and the rest of the new people
[Edited by jefhatfield on 10-31-2001 at 12:17 PM]
Which god? I think Buddha, Christ, Yaweh, Shiva & Shakti, and Zeus are ganging up on me. NO really. They MUST be.Originally posted by dukestreet
You been having a bad day? Care to share your woes?
Do you like Riojas?? I found this great wine called Tiofilo Reyes. Its not from Rioja, but near there in Spain--something like Rivera del Duero. Anyway, its as good as any Rioja and is cheaper than most. Now I can't find it anywhere!Originally posted by dukestreet
Anyone here a wine drinker? I found this lovely little zin, not the white zin, fruity crap. I'm talking the dark red, full, pouty, type. A little oaky, berry and lingering spice. 97 Old Vine Cuvee, Four Vines (its name) from Cali. Highly recommend as a good sip anytime wine.
What's wrong with a good lifting blush? While I do like a little oak flavoring, I'm not a fan of red wine... Prefer something a little lighter, perhaps a mild berry flavor but balanced with a peach or even pear aftertaste... I'm not a fan of overly spicy wines, or terribly dry ones at that. if i had to have a red wine, like with a thick rare steak, i'd have to have a very full cabernet, no merlot for me. Tho i do like an interesting pinot noir with a lobstertail salad... i just don't find heavy red wines to have enough complexity to have fun drinking, but that's why red wine and white wine people are like cat and dog peopleOriginally posted by dukestreet
I'm in rare form tonight, I think it might be the wine I had for dinner. Anyone here a wine drinker? I found this lovely little zin, not the white zin, fruity crap. I'm talking the dark red, full, pouty, type. A little oaky, berry and lingering spice. 97 Old Vine Cuvee, Four Vines (its name) from Cali. Highly recommend as a good sip anytime wine.