Fast Cars Suck!
Just finished Breaking bad last night. (I know i know im late to the party as usual) but man what a series!
Rieslings are good starter wines. They have a bit more of a grape juice taste than most wines so they're good for "first timers" then she can branch out from there and try some of the whites that are slightly drier in taste like a white or pink Zinfandel. Most red wines are more of an acquired taste IMHO, but I'm a red wine fan.....What's a good tasting wine that women like? My fiancé is freshly 21 and isn't a big alcohol fan and I haven't found a good wine she likes.
No young jokes, I'm only 23 lol.
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Well... My benefits are nothing to sneeze at. I have my choice of three plans. Being healthy and single, the one I chose is the most basic of the three. Where I get 80% coverage across the board, up to limits on each of several categories.Wow. Those are even better than what I have at my company, and I thought they were pretty good!
Of course, the bank matched 50% up to 3% of contributions, and I was paying $265 per PAYCHECK for a crappy Kaiser HMO, plus extra for dental and life and everything else, so basically anything was an improvement.
That's pretty amazing that you get a 401k AND pension. That's very rare nowadays!
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Honestly Jen, my plan is 3-5 years. Likely closer to 5. At the end of which I should have a house paid for. :angel:Glad to see you are secure in your manhood :rofl:
Dwonda...good luck on your interviews!
DF...the wines aren't your typical super complex, spicy monsters, but for the price, they are pretty darn nice. I think they both could be had at Costco for pretty cheap. Had a ridiculously overpriced 2011 Cakebread Cab last night at dinner. Really nice, but nowhere near good enough to justify its markup. I'm just glad I wasn't paying!
The 2 lead partners (one of whom paid for dinner last night) on this sale were really great to work with....I have 2 new contacts that focus on Retail...and really liked my work..so here's hoping they can help throw some work my way in the future! :thumbup:
Ed....congrats on the 'raise'. I would imagine the cold really does a number on your car..so it's nice you get to ruin one of theirs. Any idea how long you'll stay in the frozen tundra?
Quiet day at work.....on the plane headed to Ohio, where it's a balmy 15 degrees. Tough after temps this week in Dallas were 60-80! Perhaps my hangover has something to do with my slow response time today :yikes::eeps:
Also Matt, check at your local larger liquor stores and ask if they organize any wine tasting nights. Many do.Rieslings are good starter wines. They have a bit more of a grape juice taste than most wines so they're good for "first timers" then she can branch out from there and try some of the whites that are slightly drier in taste like a white or pink Zinfandel. Most red wines are more of an acquired taste IMHO, but I'm a red wine fan.....