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Old 04-23-2019   #1
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Mt Buzz is dead - which budget cooler to get

The real question that all walking dead need to answer is, drain or not to drain?




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Soft coolers:

Got this one on clearance for $35 at my local Target. It's freaking awesome. Nearly watertight zipper and keeps my beer COLD in a warm vehicle with minimal ice meltage. It's my new go-to day cooler.
https://www.target.com/p/square-weld...3/-/A-53209674
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We have a biter!
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The real question that all walking dead need to answer is, drain or not to drain?
Pins & Clips or Oarlocks?
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if you row counter balanced oars you should definitely drain.
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if you row counter balanced oars you should definitely drain.


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If you row counter ballanced oars you are a yuppie
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Pins & Clips or Oarlocks?

Pins and clips of course, and counterbalanced oars LOL
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Only drain if the significant other thinks it is best.

I can handle warm beer way better than a cranky partner
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