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Summertime: Gin and tonic w/ lime, preferably Bombay Sapphire or Nolet's Silver
Autumn: Usually switch to scotch neats, either Johnnie or Glenlivet
Winter: Brandy/Whisky Old Fashioned, which according to Lewis Black is the unofficial drink of Wisconsin. Can rarely find a bartender who can make them properly in New England.
Spring: Stoli Vodka Gimlet
I'll drink pretty much any beer, but New Glarus Brewing Co.'s Spotted Cow is the best beer I've ever had in my life. Despite being one of the most popular beers in Wiscosin, the brewing company refuses to sell outside of the state. A guy I know who managed a bar in New York used to make keg runs until the company threatened prosecution. If you're ever in the state, do not leave without trying it.
First of all, I don't think that Putin would have listened to Ronny Raygun if he was president.
Second of all, your assessment of the President's apparent weakness on the international stage is unfounded. Gallup polls from April suggest that a vast majority of the world approves of President Obama by a significant margin. Leaders like Putin or Assad would not have rolled over even if General MacArthur was bearing down on them, so your attempt to pin a chain of unrest throughout the world on a "spineless" U.S. president is absurd.
An observation - the United States has less influence around the world today than say, ten or twenty years ago.
I think this has more to do with the political atmosphere and the current president then it has to do with military strength or technological capability.
Put another way, if the United States had someone similar to Putin for President, I don't think Putin would invade Ukraine.
Your perception of lack power and influence that the U.S. projects has nothing to do with our President. In the last ten or twenty years, we've seen many other countries enter the world stage as serious power players. It's not that the U.S. is dwindling, it's just no longer the only show in town.
My brother tried explaining BHO to me about a month ago after he saw some in a dispensary. All I really remember of the conversation though was that it's extremely rich in TCH, expensive, and DANGEROUS. He easily had mentioned the word dangerous at least 5 times while trying to explain how to produce it.
I think it depends on how you extract it.
Perhaps doing it in mass amounts there's some danger.