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Deacon F
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Recore is about a girl and her robo dog, and it’s a brand-new exclusive “franchise” for Xbox One.
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Just thought I'd show what you too can do after watching two YouTube videos on PowerPoint and way too many on how to brew beer.

The beer tasted nice on the first sample. Will be even better by the marathon. Already have requests for one for Star Wars.
#avengers #homebrew #marvel #geeky

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This weekend is Brew Weekend. If things go as planned we will have a modified Sahti brew,
https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/sahti-one-of-the-worlds-oldest-beer-styles/
by May 1st...just in time for #Avengers2 .
Since I'm spending money on the movie and making the beer, I opted out on making one of these too.

http://i.imgur.com/2Hliu.jpg

But one day. One day soon.

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anybody playing Evolve on PS4?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75e-9ieqZ7g
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Couldn't resist.

My little Battle-Lyon 
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Easter was good. I drank too many beers Saturday night was was hungover Sunday Morning. Wife and the little Poot-monster went out with family. I Spent it writing and reading and watching Defiance. Its what Jesus would have wanted. 
Quiet contemplation on futuristic human/alien relations.

Please tell me that everybody else had unconventional holidays so I feel even better.
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#Daredevil next week on Netflix. I kind of have some good hopes after the trailer. I didn't like the Afleck movie but it did have some parts I appreciated. I liked how he soaked each night because he has no healing factor or damage resistance so yup, ass kickings hurt.
But they went too far in some of the "sexying" him up. I wanted more grit fir Hells Kitchen. I still want more street level thugs taking a bat to him. I like seeing my heroes fight for the win. And it looks like this series will have that.


Catching up on Defiance and Falling Skies too. Long story on those.

Still watching #thelastmanonearth
It's starting to get stale to me. Now I may be in the minority in my tastes. But I hate easy shows/books/movies. He is being such a cliche man recently that it's putting me off. I would love to have seen him actually travel alone for a bit. But they jumped ahead too fast for my tastes.


#iZombie is holding my attention after the first episode. Plan to catch up after tonight. Never read the comic but I've read Chew. And I get that vibe from her power.


#agentofshield is getting better and better. I still miss Deathlok but they are making up for it.


What is everybody else watching?



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I'm more afraid that black folks on tv shows are dying. Lauren and I are always like "No!! Don't introduce a new black character!! That means one has to die to make room!!"

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Brew day and nobody died.

Recipe was
5lbs 2 row malt
1 lb chocolate rye
1 lb of cara malt
1 lb of Belgian Munich malt
2 lbs of unfiltered raw Texas honey (the jar with no bee parts)
3/4 ounce hops
1.5 lbs of juniper branches and berries.
1 pack longassnamed yeast.

Made a juniper tea and pasteurized honey first. Lined bottom of mash tun with juniper branches.
Mixed all the grains and used honey water mix and tea mix to mash (steep) the grains for one hour.
Then drained off liquid rinsing it to get all the sugars out and got enough for 6 gallons. You've decided be the same thing with rice I'm sure by rinsing until it stops being cloudy.
Boiled for an hour and added hops during last 15 minutes.
Cooked it down using two sinks of cold water and ice because I'm too slow to think ahead and buy ice for this. Lesson learned! Worked good using frozen veggies one side to super chill the water then put in hot kettle until warms the water. Other side will then be cold enough so I switch over and repeat.

Now I had to get it down to around 70 degrees to add yeast but Texas weather is a dick and it was kind of warm in the house. I got it as low as I could and poured in my yeast. It's fermenting away under the stairs in my Harry Potter room now. In two weeks we will bottle with a bit of priming sugar mix of Belgian candy sugar and water.




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+Pocket Raphael ive been on a cover kick today and then you bring up David Guetta. you deserve a kick.

Last Cover that was actually very good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOwblaKmyVw

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93CZ6oFR8Q0
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I don't mind her acting out at times it's way way to get the crazy inside your head out. 
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Deacon, the Miscellaneous Negro.
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In his everyday life Deacon is a Oracle/SQL Report Developer for the food industry. Deacon works in a small, dark box with a special crayon, and is only occasionally allowed out of the office for walks, lest the general populace be forced to hear tales of how he made gravy the night before. He currently modifies code to make amazing charts and graphs explaining why cow A is prettier than cow B and who makes more tasty milk. Therefore, please send magic beans, chocolate, and motorbikes via the interwebs because bacon, biscuits, gravy and mtn dew does not a diet make.
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Makes the impossible look ridiculously easy.
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Plano, Texas
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Dallas, Texas - Stuttgart, Arkansas - Richardson,Texas - Oak Cliff, Texas
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We recently bought a house. The owners before us had some unique style. This left us with the problem of painting. After searching for DIY guides and attempting to figure it out ourselves, we ran into Fresh Coat and could not be happier. The DIY guides are basic and give good information but there are always things a professional just knows that you will not find in guides and youtube videos. We saved ourselves money, time and peace of mind. Not only was the color great, but the speed, texture and odd requests were met with a manner we couldn't believe. The painters were great the the owner came by to check on the guys and even bring them a meal while they worked. That was important that he cared about his workers well being as well as the job they were doing. Will most definitely use them again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I normally dont like writing 5 star reviews. But In this case it was merited. We went with AB moving because of availability. Our closing date on our home was moves do many times that we kept having to cancel options. But AB was quick to respond and fair on price. Not only were they great at packing our stuff, they called early and said they should start early if we needed. Ramon was great. They called the day before the move and verified all of prices and times and there we no surprises. Great company will surely recommend to anybody I know who is moving.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Could not be beaten. I have watched the wedding shows and the specials and it has always looked so hard. It looked like finding a place to do it would be near impossible to get right. But after our first stop by Off the Grid we could not believe it. We narrowed it down to a few places based on our list of wants and needs. We were not pros by any means, but we knew what we wanted. We wanted a unique and interesting place. Check. We wanted a person to not hold our hands or treat us like kids. Check We wanted to deal with somebody to answer questions when we needed and give us the facts. Check. But we also got far beyond that, we got a staff that was totally accommodating and helped make our wedding day far better than we could have imagined. Bruce was quick in responses to any and all questions we had. Ladell was super helpful and talk about on his game with experience and answers to any problem we had. Larry gave us the facts about things we had no idea that we needed to ask about. Many people expect some out there things from a venue. But good communication, knowledgeable staff and a cool and logical head is what you need. And that is what we got. We forgot a few things on the big day, understandable, but Ladell was incredible with some improvised ideas and made sure we got it looking amazing. Our pictures turned out great and thanks to his tips people complimented us all night long on the ceremony and the decorations. We had out of town guests buying the alcohol and he even had a recommendation for that that saved us money. If you are from Dallas and want a piece of the Big D in your wedding, nothing beats this spot with the roof access for pictures. The building itself is a little piece of Dallas history and looks so nice that some well thought out and smartly placed decorations along with is feel will make in great. I'm a geek and she's an artist and this place was so perfect on so many levels. The only downside was it was a bit hard to find the first time. But even then Bruce gave me directions over the phone and we found it easy. Drive by on an event normally on Fridays or Saturday nights and see how good it looks. Open houses on Wednesdays are a great way to see the potential of the place as well. I had to write this down before we leave on our honeymoon because thinking about how perfect everything turned out my new family said I should let everybody know. Again, I can't recommend giving them a shot highly enough.
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reviewed 3 years ago
Been meannig to try the place for a while. It is amazing. I always heard the portions were man sized and this they were indeed. I will be going back to try a bit more of everything.
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As a first time home buyer there is a huge learning curve. With access to the internet and tons of television shows and how to guides you would think it would be much easier. But that really makes it even more scary. All of the shows warn us about bad inspections and how things can go wrong. Not the case with Dallas Green Works. After looking through reviews and reading everything on their site, we decided they were the best bet we had. And Christine did not disappoint. We had fast and accurate information and communication, a very detailed report with lots of tips and recommendations that let us know she was paying attention and not just following a form or check list. The information and turn around were great and very appreciated. Christine worked with our Realtor and even as a long time pro in the business, he was impressed by her work. With this being a huge first time investment for us, we were happy to know that somebody cared about it as if they were going to buy the home themselves so we felt we were in good hands. My wife and I highly recommend Dallas Green Works for a professional job that doesnt seem like they are going over your head or trying to bully you with information. And you can learn the location of every Starbucks in DFW if you follow them on 4Square.
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