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They could have sent the 9/11 truthers to FEMA concentration camps. They could give more power to the 9/11 coveruppers.

They could have declared martial law already. They are one detonation and a signature away from that it would seem.

The US dollar could be worth a little bit less than it is now.

The Bush regime is not yet as cut throat as the nazis. Not yet.

We could have more Iraq casualties. Iraq could have more US casualties.

My wine could be worse. It is actually pretty good for 1/2 price Spanish Tamprinillo. Of course...I'm partial to Spanish products since I only see one every decade or so.

My microwave detector is not going off when my hands pass over it lately. This is comforting. Maybe the batteries are dead?

Happy holidays all!

I need to drink more. I actually think we may have a chance after a glass of wine. A full glass.

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Hit me, beat me, stomp me- make me wine.

A better quality filter will give you better tasting homemade wine. Invest wisely in a 6 week kit and stay away from asbestos filters- YOUR WINE WILL GET BETTER!

It certainly could be worse, but wine a little and the whole thing sounds better.

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What happens to a nation's economy when martial law is declared by that nation's leader(s)? :?

Good wine... :D I've always heard that champagne is ok to purchase cheap, but the higher the price, the better the wine. Any truth to that?

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Catherine wrote:
What happens to a nation's economy when martial law is declared by that nation's leader(s)? :?

Good wine... :D I've always heard that champagne is ok to purchase cheap, but the higher the price, the better the wine. Any truth to that?


Dunno about the economy. I've sobered up now and my post looks odd.

Champagne is a wine by the way. Sparkling white wine I believe it is called...to be proper here in the US. I think France or Germany declared a patent or something on the word champagne....technically speaking. So US made champagne must be called sparkling white wine as I recall.

It cost a lot more to make more expensive wine though I think $20 should generally get you high quality vino.

The oak barrels were still coming from Europe a few years back. Napa Valley, California got taken over by corporations a few years ago so nothing would surprise me now. Some real sad stories about proud wineries getting swiped from under the owners feet. Mondavi....cough, cough. He tried to buy it back but was unable.

Myself..I'm just not real picky. A $10 bottle taste fine to me though the better wines do taste better of course.

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[url=http://www.soyouwanna.com/site/syws/champagne/champagne.html]SOYOUWANNA ENJOY CHAMPAGNE?
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I once made champagne jelly as little Christmas party favors. Good stuff! :D

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I do like champagne.

A bottle is perfect for two people, a bit much for one.

I seem to have caught a very slight cold from drinking that bottle yesterday...I hardly ever get sick.

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