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  1. What's the verdict on this? SMU, Houston and UT are in. Why not North Texas?
  2. Thanks to the both of you for your contributions and support of the program and this site! GMG! http://cakecentral.com/g/i/90231/unt-grad-cake-with-scrappy-the-eagle-all-mmf/
  3. Week 2 Winners (5 way tie) 1 EAGLE83 11 games correct out of 12 total 1 GrayEagle 11 1 meangreen24 11 1 NTSUEagle 11 1 Texas Stranger 11 1 THOR 11 Overall Standings After Week 2 (3-way tie for 1st) 1 Chief Rising Eagle 22 1 Mean Green 93-98 22 1 THOR 22
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  5. A Scottish brewery claims to have produced the world's strongest beer, Brewmeister's Armageddon, with an alcohol by volume (ABV) of a whopping 65 percent. The dizzying mix made by the Brewmeister Brewery is brewed with ingredients that include crystal malt, wheat, flaked oats and 100 percent Scottish spring water. The beer then undergoes a process called freeze fermenting, which is done by drastically lowering the temperature and repeatedly removing the first part to freeze, leaving behind only the richest alcohol content. To help put this into perspective, beers consumed in the U.S. average between 4 to 10 percent ABV, depending on the brand. When asked about its potency, Brewmeister's co-founder, Lewis Shand, told STV that the beer, which has a "viscous quality to it," delivers quite a punch. "Delivers a supersonic-charged explosion and conveys the taster to Drunksville" is probably more appropriate," said Shand. "In some respects, it is closer to a liqueur than a beer, but it is classified as a beer and we are pleased with it." Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2012/10/24/scottish-brewer-unveils-brewmeister-armageddon-world-strongest-proof-beer/#ixzz2AkV0tT4S
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