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Nicely done Clay.

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Posts: 5568 | Location: Chicago | Registered: May 24, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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jsmd,
Didn't Godfather 3 gove you all the ammunition you need? Razz


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...3) Is it pyang.com or pyang.org?...



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Whiner 15, I don't care if that guy turned out Mouton like wine at $10 a bottle, it would never make up for that train wreck of a movie! WS Man Of The Year my ass! Razz
 
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PYANG....PYANG....PYANG....PYANG....
 
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Definition of pyang: verb - the act of drinking from a magnum or larger.

I vote for Pyang and Cave Girl. Now all we need is "winery animal of the year". No, not Pyang for this one too. My vote goes for the silly goat at Truchard.

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That goat has my vote too david. I think I was more interested in the goat than the wine that day. Eek

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i dunno. his lack of taste with picking the january taa host may cost him a few votes. Razz Big Grin

hats off to ya, pal! Smile

will you be in socal on the 24th?

and i'm gonna insert a shameless promo here, but here is the january taa info.... Cool

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escape & oakville_al

As far as appearance fee goes, while not necessary, I gladly take tickets to a game vs. Lakers or Dodgers at your local arena/stadium. Wink

Seriously, I would really love to make it up to Canada somewhere if I get the chance, but isn't BYOB illegal up there at most or all of the restaurants? May be an issue we need to solve somehow.

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Easy there. Razz

I am hoping to make it for the 24th. As far as appearance fee goes for that event, maybe Mrs. TBird can arrange for Kelly Hu as my date for the evening. Big Grin

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pyang

could you send me an email?
socalkid_1'at'yahoo.com

thanks
 
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Hey pyang, let me know if you venture south so i can call and get a reservation for us at the Commerce Casino Wink Razz Big Grin .

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Pyang would be a deserving choice for Man of the Year.

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Seriously, I would really love to make it up to Canada somewhere if I get the chance, but isn't BYOB illegal up there at most or all of the restaurants? May be an issue we need to solve somehow.

Pyang, unfortunately it is illegal to BYOB at all restaurants, but if you make it up to my neck of the woods you won't need a restaurant...salmon on the BBQ, prawns, crab, oysters, and some great wine(s)...

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I'm voting for Otis. He has probably traveled to more far off places and had offlines with other members than anyone else on the board last year (England, Holland, Mexico, Australia and Napa to name a few). He also threw a killer Cellar Diminishment Party in 2003 and duplicated it in 2004. In between, he hosted a barbeque for Wine is my Life and numerous events for the Chicago Wine Mafia.

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Otis, Otis, Otis!

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How come no one voted for pyang's or DRAB's favorite... B-O??? Razz

By the way, should he know how the 1690 vintage was? I think he has a few in his cellar waiting to open.
 
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Pyang for president!


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Does that mean Ostreon will be served at White House dinners?


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