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Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: Building Cocktails and...Originally, I wasn’t planning to write about the art of breaking down a cocktail this week, but after hearing from @'ArcherVice', I thought this might serve as a good jumping off point to a much larger topic – food and beverage pairings. Pairing food and beverages is a big deal, be it when dating,... 4 1 year 6 months
Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: Simple Steps to Make...There is nothing better than a well-made drink. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a perfectly steeped green tea, a glass of fresh homemade iced tea or a perfectly constructed cocktail, a well-made drink always tastes better. At the bar, it is very easy to get a well-made drink; at home, that may not... 6 1 year 7 months
Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: The Great American...There is something to be said about The Great American Lager. The King of Beers, except for a brief marketing ploy at the turn of the millennium, has been the title held by AB/Inbev’s own flagship beer, Budweiser since the 80s. I’m not necessarily one to disagree with the moniker for marketing... 15 1 year 7 months
Blitzed, Smashed and Drunk: The Last WordI thought it would be a cold day in hell before I wrote signing praise about something from Detroit. While the city may be a mess and rife with crime, the public pension totally shot, and home to sports baseball and football teams who haven’t hoisted a championship in over 50 years, it is home to a... 4 1 year 7 months
Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: A Guide to My Favorite...Now that the fall is “officially” here since Labor Day has passed us by, and much to my disdain of Season Creep, fall beers have officially been stocked in so many beer stores around the US. In honor of the fall drinking season, I wanted to discuss my favorite beers of the fall. Just to be up front... 15 1 year 7 months
Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: Cocktails to End the...Labor Day marks the end of the “Summer Season”. No more white after Labor Day. The Seersucker Suit gets put back in the closet. We may still have an Indian summer to prolong the warmth and feel of the summer before slowly easing us into the fall. The start of the NFL Season is right around the... 11 1 year 7 months
Blitzed Smashed and Drunk: Season Creep, Pumpkin...Over the last few days, I’ve noticed something in my local beer store. Maybe you guys have noticed it too. Pumpkin Beers are slowly appearing on the shelves. Pumpkin beers mean the season is changing. Except when I look out the window, read the thermometer in my car or even look at the calendar, I... 13 1 year 8 months
Blitzed, Smashed and Drunk: A Guide to...I’ve never been a big fan of ridiculous cocktail menus. Actually, that’s not quite true – I happen to love a ridiculously huge menu because I find them thoroughly enjoyable to peruse and really figure out what I want but I don’t like it when I’m out with a group of friends. While I tend to be that... 5 1 year 8 months
Blitzed, Smashed and Drunk: Skittlebrau and the...Flavor is everywhere. From high end dining to even a cheap bottle of Mad Dog, everything has that taste which we mentally attach to something. Everything begins with a blank slate and a clean canvas. When it comes to alcohol, there is only blank canvas. Beer and wine both have strong flavor... 3 1 year 8 months
Blitzed, Smashed and Drunk: A Beginners guide to...Making Alcohol can definitely be a labor of love. It is definitely labor intensive. It’s a time consuming process. It can be financially intensive and the economies of scale don’t always favor the small producers. It takes a long time to perfect and if you make one mistake, it can ruin everything.... 5 1 year 9 months

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With that you just have to check. Compliance...With that you just have to check. Compliance pretty much sets the rules for that stuff. 17 9 hours 8 min
Patrick, I'm not going to say things were better...Patrick, I'm not going to say things were better back in the day, but so much of this bullshit never happened. It was far easier to deal with people before Linkdin and social media became such a de reguire necessity. I mean, seriously, I wonder what kids today would say if they worked 10 years ago... 103 12 hours 15 min
I didn't watch the interview, but the moment CMS...I didn't watch the interview, but the moment CMS gets involved, it should be evident that there are significant problems. Although I questioned the tech from the get go, the CMS involvement is really what makes this entire matter look like it fits in the third category. I found a copy of the letter... 8 16 hours 49 min
Oh... one other thing... sloppy code is broken...Oh... one other thing... sloppy code is broken and disorganized code. No matter what language you learn, learn to properly format your code, use a set standardized naming convention in all of your code, and use comments in order to make sure that either you or whoever is reading your code knows... 17 17 hours 36 min
Honestly, you can do a lot with a whole bunch of...Honestly, you can do a lot with a whole bunch of languages. Python, Ruby, R, Pearl, Java, and C++ all come to mind, as does Matlab. I would suggest looking at all of 'em and seeing which one works best for you. The other thing to consider is that not every language is right for a given project... 17 17 hours 42 min
Promissory estoppel exists in the US. Sometimes...Promissory estoppel exists in the US. Sometimes it's also called detrimental reliance and is usually treated as an alternative to consideration in contract cases. If it weren't important, it wouldn't be consider a Black-Letter Law. 33 1 week 4 days
To some extent your right - I haven't seen an...To some extent your right - I haven't seen an internship contract - not for lack of wont, but because it's been a significant amount of time (especially when you look at how long I've been a member here for... that and the 4 Digit User ID number) since I've been in a position to even need an... 33 1 week 4 days
Well, he could actually make a case under...Well, he could actually make a case under promissory estoppel. He signed the contract, relied on their promise, quit his job to his detriment because he relied on the company's promise, and now that the company has rescinded the offer, he has endured economic harm. It's pretty basic. Still, as... 33 1 week 5 days
Technically, yes they can rescind the offer. The...Technically, yes they can rescind the offer. The question here is whether or not you have a case of Promissory Estoppel. The entire idea of Promissory Estoppel is that a promise is enforceable by law when the promisor (the person making the promise - in this case your employer) makes a promise to... 33 1 week 5 days
My advice is to fly in Friday night and fly back...My advice is to fly in Friday night and fly back Monday night and see if you can work remotely while with family. Seeing that Monday's a federal holiday, I don't see why that shouldn't be too much of a problem. The problem with taking time off over Christmas is that you are a junior banker and many... 42 2 weeks 4 days
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