The bottle is then riddled, so that the lees settles in the neck of the wine bottle...
Manual riddling is still done for Prestige Cuvées in Champagne... mechanised riddling equipment (a gyropalette) is used instead.
S.C., I got this far along before realizing I don't have the GIMP on this computer (and I barely ever learned to use it, anywho).~
Download the GIMP! Plenty of help online.On topic, there's nothing quite so sweet as a sex partner with acid burning them all over their body.
It's a new type of acid that only dissolves clothing worn by inexplicably dishevelled assistants.Also note - it is POWERED BY MOUSTACHES.
Stick to the Lysergic kind.Everything will work out much better...
Is this ad from 1956 by any chance?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seven_Year_Itch
Is it too late to change the title to 'Phyllis Diller Tribute Post'?
Needs more spidras, of course.
This is the origin of Dr Zizmor's chemical peel.
Also, I'd be remiss if I didn't note that the post title (like most things) reminded me of CAS:Some were smelting the black nether ores; some were blowing molten obsidian into forms of flask and urn; some were measuring chemicals; others were decanting strange liquids and curious colloids.Silly Clark, it needs MOAR SEXXY GALS IN LAB COATS!
I hate hate curious colloids, always sticking their noses in, never settling down.This is the little known Dali "Lab" period. As Mikey says the Lysergic acid was getting to be more prevalent.
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