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  1. I seen this on Beer Advocate....don't know who he is,but hell..he liked beer,and thats all that matters.
  2. Going with some Fat Weasel Ale tonight.....YAHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
  3. Check these guys out.......Good Suff!!!!! http://www.myspace.com/hardspirit
  4. OK...it's 11:00 AM local time and I am on the way to the bar to watch Ohio State play Youngstown State because my fucking local cable is not caring the Big Ten Network.It's bullshit but nothing I can do about it but start drinking.So my point is here I am going to have a few beers!
  5. Iron Maiden-A Matter Of Life And Death Dirty Penny-Take It Sleazy Krystal-Three Cords And A Song THe Cult-Sonic Temple(Finally) The Muggs-S/T Blastroom-S/T
  6. Picked up some Sam Adams Ocktober Fest.....really tasty beer and a bitch to find.
  7. Thats a great Rage disc....great band! Spinning Fastway-All Fired Up
  8. This makes it on my "deck night" playlist alot.......some really good music to kick back and have a few brews to.
  9. Krystal-Three Cords And A Song On Deck..........David Readman-S/T
  10. Phillip Sayce-Peace Machine Damn this guy plays some mean guitar!!!!!!!!
  11. Well thats not what I usually call it....but OK I will change it's name.......It's now Guiness. Now excuse me....I have to go drain my "Guiness".......

    Michael Vick

    More from Yahoo...... According to the statement, Vick also was involved with the others in killing six to eight dogs that did not perform well in testing sessions last April. The dogs were executed by drowning or hanging. "Vick agrees and stipulates that these dogs all died as a result of the collective efforts" of Vick and two of the co-defendants, Phillips and Peace, the statement said. In the plea agreement, the government committed to recommending a sentence on the low end of the federal sentencing guideline range of a year to 18 months. However, the conspiracy charge is punishable by up to five years in prison, and the judge is not bound by any recommendation or by the sentencing guidelines. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson, who will accept Vick's plea, has a reputation for imposing stiff sentences, according to lawyers who have appeared in his court. Vick will not be sentenced for several months. "Our position has been that we are going to try to help Judge Hudson understand all the facts and Michael's role," Vick's lead defense attorney, Billy Martin, said in telephone interview. "Michael's role was different than others associated with this incident." Martin said Vick will "speak to the public and explain his actions," but he declined to say whether that will occur in court or in a news conference after Monday's hearing. The U.S. attorney's office, which has declined to comment on the case, said it would issue a statement after the hearing. The case began in April when authorities conducting a drug investigation of Vick's cousin raided the former Virginia Tech star's Surry County property and found dozens of dogs, some injured, and equipment commonly used in dogfighting. A federal indictment issued in July charged Vick, Peace, Phillips and Taylor with an interstate dogfighting conspiracy. Vick initially denied any involvement, and all four men pleaded innocent. Taylor was the first to change his plea to guilty, saying Vick financed the dogfighting ring's gambling and operations. Peace and Phillips soon followed, disclosing that Vick joined them in killing dogs that did not perform well in test fights. The sickening details outlined in the indictment and other court papers prompted a public backlash against Vick, who had been one of the NFL's most popular players. Vick was barred from the Falcons training camp, but neither the NFL nor the team have taken further action. Associated Press Writers Matthew Barakat in McLean, Va., and Michael Felberbaum in Richmond contributed to this report. Play Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football games: Fantasy Football | Pro Pick'em | Survival | Salary Cap

    Michael Vick

    New news......................... Vick files plea in federal court, admits dogfighting By LARRY O'DELL, Associated Press Writer August 24, 2007 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Michael Vick filed his plea agreement in federal court Friday admitting to conspiracy in a dogfighting ring and helping kill pit bulls. He denied ever betting on the fights, only bankrolling them. The Atlanta Falcons quarterback is scheduled to formally enter his plea Monday in U.S. District Court. ADVERTISEMENT "Most of the Bad Newz Kennels operation and gambling monies were provided by Vick," a summary of facts in the case said. The statement said that when the kennel's dogs won, the gambling proceeds were generally shared by Vick's three co-defendants -- Tony Taylor, Purnell Peace and Quanis Phillips. "Vick did not gamble by placing side bets on any of the fights. Vick did not receive any of the proceeds of the purses that were won by Bad Newz Kennels," the summary said. "Vick agrees and stipulates that these dogs all died as a result of the collective efforts of Peace, Phillips and Vick."
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