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2013-04-29 11:46 AM

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Subject: Real or fake

www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0yj5tZtmfk/

No it's not what you think. The video is titled "Lawn mower beer train". Trying to figure out if it's real or not.



2013-04-29 11:57 AM
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I prefer real, and I'm voting that the video is fake...
2013-04-29 12:00 PM
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Subject: RE: Real or fake
peby - 2013-04-29 11:46 AM

www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0yj5tZtmfk/

No it's not what you think. The video is titled "Lawn mower beer train". Trying to figure out if it's real or not.

What??  What??  What???

Yep, he was "real"ly arrested, even though he knew his rights.

2013-04-29 12:11 PM
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Subject: RE: Real or fake
peby - 2013-04-29 12:46 PM

www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0yj5tZtmfk/

No it's not what you think. The video is titled "Lawn mower beer train". Trying to figure out if it's real or not.

FAKE! It was a 'viral' video for Opie and Anthony (T-shirt)

2013-04-29 12:26 PM
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Well, I thought the beer train was real.  Him getting busted?  Fake. 
2013-05-01 2:21 PM
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The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.



2013-05-01 2:27 PM
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ericwjacobson - 2013-05-01 2:21 PM

The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.

Ha.. Before I realized I drank too much, I would bring my empties up to the local community recycle dumpster so my house recycle bin didn't look bad...  Let's just say I wasn't the only one doing this....   The dumpster marked "Glass" was all liquor and beer bottles....

2013-05-01 2:38 PM
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SoberTriGuy - 2013-05-01 2:27 PM
ericwjacobson - 2013-05-01 2:21 PM

The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.

Ha.. Before I realized I drank too much, I would bring my empties up to the local community recycle dumpster so my house recycle bin didn't look bad...  Let's just say I wasn't the only one doing this....   The dumpster marked "Glass" was all liquor and beer bottles....

Now we know the real reason those busybody liberals favor recycling: so they can monitor our consumption!
2013-05-01 3:09 PM
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Real or fake

I've never been able to taste the difference.

2013-05-01 3:19 PM
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SoberTriGuy - 2013-05-01 12:27 PM
ericwjacobson - 2013-05-01 2:21 PM

The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.

Ha.. Before I realized I drank too much, I would bring my empties up to the local community recycle dumpster so my house recycle bin didn't look bad...  Let's just say I wasn't the only one doing this....   The dumpster marked "Glass" was all liquor and beer bottles....

I could be wrong, but thinking about it...  Wouldn't they be the leading contributor BY FAR?  So it would of course look that way.

They obviously use glass for many food products, but you go through those over weeks/months.  On fun afternoon and you go through 12-24 beer bottles.

Wine, spirits, beer, if I think about it, would lead the use in bottles, no?  Soda doesn't really use them, or water and such.  They moved to plastic.

I'm just saying that without TRYING to ditch only booze bottles, the natural makeup of glass recycling could be mostly booze bottles.



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2013-05-01 3:20 PM
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cgregg - 2013-05-01 3:09 PM

Real or fake

I've never been able to taste the difference.

You're not biting down hard enough.



2013-05-01 3:30 PM
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Kido - 2013-05-01 3:19 PM
SoberTriGuy - 2013-05-01 12:27 PM
ericwjacobson - 2013-05-01 2:21 PM

The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.

Ha.. Before I realized I drank too much, I would bring my empties up to the local community recycle dumpster so my house recycle bin didn't look bad...  Let's just say I wasn't the only one doing this....   The dumpster marked "Glass" was all liquor and beer bottles....

I could be wrong, but thinking about it...  Wouldn't they be the leading contributor BY FAR?  So it would of course look that way.

They obviously use glass for many food products, but you go through those over weeks/months.  On fun afternoon and you go through 12-24 beer bottles.

Wine, spirits, beer, if I think about it, would lead the use in bottles, no?  Soda doesn't really use them, or water and such.  They moved to plastic.

I'm just saying that without TRYING to ditch only booze bottles, the natural makeup of glass recycling could be mostly booze bottles.

 

So, why didn't they just use the city issued recycle containers at their house ?  

2013-05-01 3:48 PM
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SoberTriGuy - 2013-05-01 1:30 PM
Kido - 2013-05-01 3:19 PM
SoberTriGuy - 2013-05-01 12:27 PM
ericwjacobson - 2013-05-01 2:21 PM

The video resembles what several of  my neighbors would do to get beer.

I caught my neighbor the other day coming back from the store with 2 half racks of beer strapped to his Cannondale MTB.  Maybe I should show him this video to give him ideas.

The other neighbors recycling bin would make a horrific noise from all the empty beer bottles when the garbage truck came around.

Ha.. Before I realized I drank too much, I would bring my empties up to the local community recycle dumpster so my house recycle bin didn't look bad...  Let's just say I wasn't the only one doing this....   The dumpster marked "Glass" was all liquor and beer bottles....

I could be wrong, but thinking about it...  Wouldn't they be the leading contributor BY FAR?  So it would of course look that way.

They obviously use glass for many food products, but you go through those over weeks/months.  On fun afternoon and you go through 12-24 beer bottles.

Wine, spirits, beer, if I think about it, would lead the use in bottles, no?  Soda doesn't really use them, or water and such.  They moved to plastic.

I'm just saying that without TRYING to ditch only booze bottles, the natural makeup of glass recycling could be mostly booze bottles.

 

So, why didn't they just use the city issued recycle containers at their house ?  

I don't know, ask them.

Maybe they ARE trying to hide drinking problems or doing it for image.  I'm just thinking that most of the glass recycling is probably booze bottles naturally and not some conspiracy to hide them.  Ever see the incredible amount of glass a typical bar tosses (or sends to the recycle bin) on a weekend?

Come to think of it.  Bars/restaurants probably have recycling programs and that's where their bottles go - to the community recycle dumpster.  They will generate more booze bottles in one night than your neighborhood will in a month.  (But I don't know your neighborhood, so that's just an assumption).

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