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Anyone Still Numbing Out with Alcohol???

Honestly, I'd be Stopping it!
Apart from the Fact it is Poison.
And that You are Going to Need Every Wit You Can Muster.
The Companies Making It are Ripe for Corruption and Being Used as a Delivery Device to Poison the Masses.

Take Heed of the Coors Recall and Slime Beer Vids etc...

Hydrogel?
Could just be a Batch Recipe Malfunction OR a Planned Function.
Either Way...
Great Way to Knock Out Huge Swathes of Society Finding Solace in Stupefaction...
Just a Thought....
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Beer Recall 2022: Coors Light, Keystone Light Pulled Over Mysterious Gooeyness


https://www.ibtimes.com/beer-recall-202 ... 20beverage.


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I gave up, almost as hard as giving up smoking but did not take so long if i remember.

filtered water with a little bit of sea salt. 2 - 3 litres a day.

Give the liver a good rest with high quality water.

Eat healthy organic foods like strawberries!

Bike, swim or even jog for an extra advantage.

Within a few days you just know you are doing the right thing as
the body starts to say thank you!!
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I admire those that have given up alcohol. I hardly drink at all these days, at least compared to my younger years. When you start drinking at 10 years old; you either die young or get bored by the time you get to my age :tongue: . Thankfully when I do drink beer it tends to be locally produced beers that are not mass produced, some of the big brands taste disgusting with the chemical's used for the carbonation.

Luckily for me, I tend to drink mostly whisky, and stuff that has been aged for 12+ years, hopefully that helps to avoid some of this stuff. For me, it is very much quality over quantity, you can enjoy alcohol in moderation. When I drink a whisky it takes me to the Country of the distillery, the distillery itself, the people, and if it an old whisky (say 30+ years old) the era it was produced in. As an example I drank a Talisker 25 years old, distilled in 1979 and bottled in 2004, you cannot fail to be transported back in time like only music, food and smells can do.

Saying all that though, I agree that alcohol has many negative effects, both on health and society in general. I have had many times in the past where I didn't drink for many months. I do sometimes feel I am losing my love for whisky though, maybe I will not be too far off quitting alcohol.
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Boadicea wrote: Wed Oct 26, 2022 8:48 pm Anyone Still Numbing Out with Alcohol???

Honestly, I'd be Stopping it!
Apart from the Fact it is Poison.
And that You are Going to Need Every Wit You Can Muster.
The Companies Making It are Ripe for Corruption and Being Used as a Delivery Device to Poison the Masses.

Take Heed of the Coors Recall and Slime Beer Vids etc...

Hydrogel?
Could just be a Batch Recipe Malfunction OR a Planned Function.
Either Way...
Great Way to Knock Out Huge Swathes of Society Finding Solace in Stupefaction...
Just a Thought....
🤔



International Business Times
Beer Recall 2022: Coors Light, Keystone Light Pulled Over Mysterious Gooeyness


https://www.ibtimes.com/beer-recall-202 ... 20beverage.


Oh Yeah, Fuck Snopes and Tick Tock!
What's with the Pregnant Guy's Naval Tattoo???


https://www.snopes.com/news/2022/06/13/ ... ll-videos/
Oh god....these bastards just taint EVERYTHING. Geeeeez. Thanks Boadicea. x
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Thoughts on storing away alcohol (in particular spirits with higher alcohol percentages) for use in trade/bartering?
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NNNNNNoooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

drink alcohol in moderation, except when using it to make black powder from leached aged chicken pen poo (saltpeter, or saltpierre in the old country) , charcoal, and sulfur , for approved celebrations only, after the peaceful revolution, of course.

Don Maclean Do It Yourself Gunpowder Cookbook.
(cooking anything is illegal in Australia).

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Domestic_Voluntarist wrote: Fri Oct 28, 2022 2:17 am Thoughts on storing away alcohol (in particular spirits with higher alcohol percentages) for use in trade/bartering?
I have 'fallen lucky' in this regard. I kind of stumbled into collecting whisky after being gifted some whisky years ago by an in-law. That led me to start collecting, and here I am 8 years later with perhaps 1200+ bottles. So I am in a decent 'bartering position' should it be needed. As long as you store the spirits in a relatively stable temperature (cool and dark) then whisky will last for many, many years, oh and upright too as the cork is not the same as the corks used in wine.

It all depends how badly the SHTF I think.
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Domestic_Voluntarist wrote: Fri Oct 28, 2022 2:17 am Thoughts on storing away alcohol (in particular spirits with higher alcohol percentages) for use in trade/bartering?
Yes Hi DV, 😁
Vodka Spirits etc Good for Medicinal and Barter.
Do Agree.
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Born_Free wrote: Fri Oct 28, 2022 3:01 am That led me to start collecting, and here I am 8 years later with perhaps 1200+ bottles. So I am in a decent 'bartering position' should it be needed. As long as you store the spirits in a relatively stable temperature (cool and dark) then whisky will last for many, many years, oh and upright too as the cork is not the same as the corks used in wine.

It all depends how badly the SHTF I think.
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