Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by Buzz69, Jul 3, 2021.
it's probably because you ride a scooter to soccer games
i liken this site to a neighborhood bar/pub.... mostly regulars with a few stragglers that wander in and leave, but others who stick around and find their place at the table....
a good bunch mostly, with few actual jackasses....
i think i'll stick around....
That's a great comparison.
All good buddy! Everyone was just busy for the Holiday weekend. My check liver light has been on since Thursday of last week. I'll get back up soon.
I always figure 'check liver light' is a dirty sensor problem and the sensor just needs to be rinsed with water. I find that if I rinse well with plenty of pure well aged Kentucky water that the light dims and eventually goes out. Problem solved!!
The limestone adds minerals, like calcium. It filters out impurities, most importantly iron, which gives liquor a bad taste. Kentucky's limestone water was perfect for those early distillers who developed bourbon, and it explains why the industry is centered here.Nov 27, 2013
Is Kentucky Limestone Water Indispensible for Bourbon ...
OK, I'm going to show my age and probably ignorance here. I did a Google search on check liver light. It revealed it's a Cajun band. How does that relate to water? Besides the boat, what am I missing?
"check liver" light,.. it was a joke,.. ya know, like in ur car, when something's wrong,.. the "check engine" light comes on
true i need a huge truck
its not as common as the "look in the mirror" gambit
It means I drink too much