I know bud, I'll have to do some research on it. We're close enough to the border to make it possible I reckon.
Edit: Just found an article, I always thought it had to be distilled in KY as well
Before you post the comment, yes, it is legally and technically bourbon. Conventional wisdom says that that bourbon must be made in Kentucky and aged for a certain number of years, but conventional wisdom has a tendency to be incorrect.
For a spirit to be a bourbon, it must be:
Made in the United States
More than 51% corn
Aged (for any length of time) in new charred-oak barrels
Bottled at more than 80 proof
You caught me off guard with the old lady. I'm guessing she seduced you while you were lifting.
She did...it sucks being married to a nympho (so so so so not srs )
Originally Posted by dannyautrey
The new black rehband pants are teh suck. Mine pasted six months before they started dying. They're still wearable, but the channel for the draw string came apart, they have runs all over. Just not good quality. I got my knee sleeves at the same time, and they're not even a little worn out.
best things to wear while lifting ever. I will never squat without them again.
I don't like to squat in them...they prevent me for hitting depth..... (see what I did there )
But seriously, I don't like them because even though they give awesome warmth, they tend to pull my knees inward when I go into the hole. It's like I have to fight to track over my toes instead of it happening naturally.
"Nutrition for powerlifting: If you are serious about it, you will eat f*cking everything and get strong as $hit." - HamburgerTrain
550/320/635 @ 220
I used to use them all the time but I stopped when I started prepping for my first PL meet since you couldn't use them and it just felt much better....idunno
i can see that.
and I'm a fan of "practice how you play".
"Where performance and kicking ass are more important than how you look. Where people eat to live, not live to eat. Where trucks are pushed and sleds are pulled. Where reps and weight are counted, calories are not. Where running isn't "cardio, it's part of training and if you're going to walk for your conditioning you best have something on your back or in your hands"
I would wear them around for awhile prior to lifting in them. I got mine, took out of package, put on, then squatted for a ton of volume. I am not saying that I caused the rip, but with the second pair I broke them in a little and havent had any problems.