Wine

Wine is here. Wine is good.

Sometimes I just need a glass of wine, or two.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Ice tea is better for you.
    I think the wine is affecting your ability to pick out good music. Justin Timberlake? Please turn it off, and throw the CD out the window.

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  2. I’m like that, but with Coke. However, I’ve curtailed my skyrocketing-out-of-control soda intake to just half a glass per day (except Sundays). I suppose I should be feeling better about myself now, and my body should be thanking me by quickly shedding unwanted pounds. Nothing. Why do I bother?

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  3. Are you in NYC now? If so would love for you and Damon to come see Geek Love while we’re up here for the Fringe. I don’t have much access to the net while travelling but if you can we’re performing over on lafayette, across from the public. All the info is at http://www.fringenyc.org
    Hope you can make it. (and a few glasses of wine wouldn’t hurt your enjoyment of the show any, but no heavy hallucinogens)

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  4. I appreciate the intervention.
    I hesitated in admitting that I was listening to Justin Timberlake, but ultimately wanted to be honest.
    So I come clean… I like Justin Timberlake. Although if it helps, I think I can only name two of his songs.
    And I also admit that I’m the only person to live in Georgia for seven years and still not like iced tea. But I will argue that red wine can match up with iced tea in health benefits, assuming moderate consumption of both.

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  5. I hope you had a fantastic showing, it sounds like it’s going great.
    We’re actually not in NYC yet. We move in just about two weeks, so we will have just missed you.
    Next time!

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