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About Calvin

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  • Birthday 07/20/1978

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    Loveland, CO
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    Fishing, outdoors, guitar, baseball, etc.

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  1. There's a lot of scotches that have that burn and I don't care for them either. I can stand a little burn, but definitely prefer smooth. And smooth is what you generally get when you buy a pricier bourbon. My next bottle will be Eagle Rare. Heard great things and then got a taste the other day. Very good. An easy "starter" scotch is Glenmorangie 10 Year Original. It's on the cheaper side and super simple. It's what I keep on hand for friends who might not be accustomed to scotch yet. Very easy to drink.
  2. There's such a huge difference in quality when it comes to whiskey. Even between a $35 bottle and a $65 bottle.
  3. At first I read that as 51 years! Nice find BRB!
  4. Well deserved. Very fun to watch him play. Nose for the ball as someone noted above. Just pray he continues to stay healthy.
  5. While we only have 11 commits, keeping our overall team ranking low, our average is only behind Ohio State and Michigan in the B1G. According to 247. I'm liking the slow process here. Feels like they're taking their time and getting exactly who they want.
  6. One of my favorite pics, especially considering the hype and CU got shut up real quick. Messed up my earlier post.
  7. One of my favorite pics, especially considering the hype and CU got shut up real quick.
  8. Never posted a status update before.  

    1. The Dude

      The Dude

      It builds character. 

    2. Toe


      WELL WHY NOT????

    3. Calvin


      Didn't realize it was this much fun.  

  9. Oh, we got into our share of trouble for sure. We just knew the actual guns were dangerous if not handled properly. Just like the farm equipment, etc. You just didn't mess with stuff you weren't trained to.
  10. That's why I used the word hurt. They know what pain is. I don't think my kid handled an actual firearm till about 8. Toted around a Red Ryder for a few years with me before that.
  11. I kept/keep my guns locked up, but they weren't that way when I was growing up. My father and my grandfathers/uncles just had unlocked glass front cabinets, but we knew better than to get into them. We knew they weren't toys. Had a healthy fear of them.
  12. Respect. This gun can hurt someone if not handled appropriately. Only point at something you're intending on shooting, and always keep the safety on. There are other finer hunter safety type conversations, but that's the most important gist of it.
  13. I mean, he's literally a weapon. That would be terrifying. I'd love to see that.
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