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Just sent you a case of beer via PayPal.

Drink it wisely O Fermented One.

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Trying to curry favor with a pre-emptive offering? Brilliant!

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:beersign: how 'bout sending him a keg so we can all party! Btw Kurtius, leaves at maximum color yet? and also btw Killians Red is in my heavy rotation.
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Well I guess it takes a keg to get CMA status. It has been 2 days and still a grasshopper.

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MMM, my favorite, Killian's Red

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Well I guess it takes a keg to get CMA status. It has been 2 days and still a grasshopper.

beer donation is separate from apprentice application

For manuals and lots of other goodies,

become an Apprentice==> http://appliantology.org/apprentice/

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Yeppers...color is good here in the foothills...mountians are about done.

gotta love some killians red and hot wings from woodlands bbq, beautiful blowing rock, nc.

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Blowing Rock? I was there last weekend,stayed at The WestGlow Inn. Nice place.Did some trout fishing,caught several. Went to a party at Valle Crucis Farm. Bought more than I should have at The Mast G.S. in Boone.

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Wow, small world...that's part of my territory...I go there 2-3 days a week servicing.

follow that link regus gave ya to get started...maybe the samurai will give you some slack on yer fee considering your generous donation...

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Well I guess it takes a keg to get CMA status. It has been 2 days and still a grasshopper.

Domo for your love-offering to my flavorite charity, jt!

Master Appliantologist status can't be bought. It is awarded based on whether or not you are a professional practitioner of the appliantological arts. If this is not what you were intending, post back here and let me know so I can refund your love-offering.

OTOH, if you are a professional practitioner of The Craft, let us know that, too-- go ahead and introduce yourself. :dazzler:

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... Master Appliantologist status can't be bought.

although, Apprentice's can be ... :whistling:

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although, Apprentice's can be ... :whistling:

While this is true, I assumed he was referring to the Master Appliantologist title. I could be wrong. All depends on what he means by "CMA."

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Ok,we are moving along. Three days and I am now a Master Appliantologist. What is my next level of achievement? How many days will it take?

BTW guys,my name is Steve and I have been doing appliance repair and Heat and Air for 45 years. Sometimes I think I have 1 years knowledge 45 times. At other times I am a wizard. Go figure.

p.s. CMA is Chief Master Appliantologist. Seems to me a step up from a lowly Master Appliantologist.

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Welcome Aboard Steve, now just ta sit back and join in whenever you have some advice or opinions to share in the threads, and the next levels will come with the number of posts that you make. Best bet is to just have fun sharing and learning and the rest will come - no sense in looking for the top 'cause we can never keep up with the likes of Reg, Appltech and the Fermented Grand Master. I been trying to do that for 5 or 6 years now and they just keep putting more space between us.

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I agree wholeheartedly with GMF Kdog. I've only been around here for about a year and a half. Never had so much fun learning and you accelerate your learning by teaching/advising others. The guys on this site never fail to impress the hell out of me and even with their extreme knowledge, they keep open minds and relish learning from each other. It's okay to admit when you don't know something and concentrate on learning from these masters. I have great fun trying to snatch a pebble or two.

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Now back to the important stuff..... beer rotation.....Bells two hearted, Dogfishhead 90, Killians Red, Dos XX amber, Yuengling premium and Heavy seas loose cannon. yeah i know, no consistency. Sometimes I'm an ipa hop head, sometimes I just like it smooth and mellow. Luckily I don't live too far from one of the great beer stores in America http://beeradvocate....er/profile/6531. btw I'm still waiting for somebody to donate a bottle of Pliny the younger. Can't seem to get it down here in good ol' boy country.

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