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Frozenbeernuts

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New MFL draft options

17 August 2018 - 01:09 PM

They have an option to do quick drafts now. 1 minute timer. Pretty fun throwing down some money on these drafts.


Fvcking homeownership

02 August 2018 - 02:04 PM

Blows. Today is the closing day. Im at work. Ex's dad clogs the toilet. They try to plunge and decide to flush it without making sure it was unclogged. Over flows into vents and creates a rain forest in the basement. This was 2 hours ago and it's still dripping. Thanks for using your brain people :thumbsup:

Homeowner killed by police

01 August 2018 - 12:13 PM

After he shoots and kills intruder

https://www.google.c...d-intruder/amp/



Officers responding to a home invasion in Colorado reportedly gunned down the homeowner  moments after he reportedly fatally shot the intruder.

Police in Aurora received multiple calls around 1:30 a.m. Monday reporting a disturbance, news station KUSA reported. One of the callers reportedly told 911 that a man broke into her home.

Officials said they arrived at the very chaotic and violent scene and heard gunshots inside a home.

They reportedly encountered an armed man and an officer shot him.

The armed victim was later identified as the homeowner, 73-year-old Richard Gary Black.

Black was a US Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War and was a certified public accountant, according to KUSA.

Police said that a child injured by the intruder was brought to the hospital. The dead trespassers identity hasnt been released.

This is a very heartbreaking and tragic situation for everyone involved, a police spokesperson said in a statement. We are providing assistance through our victim advocates to help the family of the deceased resident through this very difficult time.

Focking spiders

27 July 2018 - 02:33 PM

Laying in bed about to take a quick nap when out of the corner of my eye I see a spider drop onto my bed. Small body but some creepy ass long legs. I hurry up and grab a receipt near my bed to capture it. Can't find the little bugger. So much for taking a nap. I am just going to assume it moved on when I got to sleep tonight

Budwiser losing customers

26 July 2018 - 07:42 PM

https://start.att.ne...ategory/finance


Anheuser-Busch InBev NV is struggling to keep Americans drinking its brews.

Sales of the domestic lagers have receded as American consumers turn to craft beers, Mexican imports, wine, and spirits to get their buzz.

On Thursday, the Budweiser and Bud Light manufacturer said U.S. revenues fell 3.1% in its second quarter despite lower volumes. The underperformance resulted in the company missing overall sales growth forecasts, triggering shares to drop more than 5%.

AB InBev hopes to increase brand consumption by offering more expensive beers like Michelob Ultra Pure Gold, made with organic grains, and Bud Light Orange, brewed with real citrus peels. A plan to launch a fancier Budweiser variant aged on bourbon barrel staves is also in the works to hit the shelves next month.

While Chief Financial Officer Felipe Dutra told the Wall Street Journal there is no silver bullet, no short term answer to some of the problems we face, he added that the companys efforts to innovate and go upmarket looked promising.

Innovation and growth continue to be a priority to AB InBev as the company announced its plans to combine ZX Venturesa unit founded in 2015 to develop new products for developing consumer needswith its marketing department.

AB InBev also created a new position in the companya head of nonalcoholic beverages. Younger generations are drinking far less than their predecessors, urging booze manufacturers to launch more low-alcohol and nonalcoholic products.

After a helping hand from beer drinkers around the world during the World Cup, AB InBev reported a jump in net profit to $1.94 billion for the three months to June 30, up from $1.5 billion a year earlier. However, at 4.7% growth, sales fell short of the 5.4% growth estimate.

Dutra said the company is preparing to be hit hard as costs are only expected to rise due to tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.





It's about fvcking time. That nasty shlt isn't worth drinking for free. America is now home to the best beer in the world thanks to craft brewing. Remember when the US used to get made fun of for how bad our beer sucked?