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Good plan, if the LIMES go missing the scotch will be lonely. No telling what will happen to the scotch, all alone, on a dark boat at night. Be careful with the limes, very careful!
I can take care of that lonely scotch. No limes needed. I know, it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

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Good plan, if the LIMES go missing the scotch will be lonely. No telling what will happen to the scotch, all alone, on a dark boat at night. Be careful with the limes, very careful!
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I can take care of that lonely scotch. No limes needed. I know, it's a dirty job but someone has to do it.

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Yea, who cares about limes if you have scotch! They don't go together, heck ice is not even good for scotch, just need a glass, well the glass is even optional, after all the bottle does have an opening!

Congratulations, though I would not consider Oregon "coldsville" that is more like the North East! Oregon is more like Chilly and damp I keep thinking about going south, but I really do like it in the North. Good people, and I like the change of seasons. But Hawaii does seem to be calling me.
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Re: Wht on earth have we done?

there is east coast coldville and west coat coldville--both northern coldvilles have snow, altho east has more than west--but pnw gets some hellacious winter storms.
even louisiana and san diego get below 40F in winter...LOL
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