Found June 10, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
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When last we left skunked kegger of failure, Peter King, he was explaining how every beer with orange peel and coriander is actually just copying Allagash. In fact, orange juice with pulp might be copying Allagash. He’s gonna have to poke around Beer Advocate and get back to you on that one. He also talked smack to a former Red Sox player because the actual purpose of MMQB is PK settling grievances with people he doesn’t know and his readers don’t care about. But what about this week? It’s Peter’s birthday, and he uses the occasion to say a million creepy compliments about Roger Goodell, as well transcribe someone’s unremarkable conversation in an airport. READ ON. SALISBURY, N.C. — A few NFL points after a few days on the road: Barring a setback, there’s little doubt Robert Griffin III plays the opener. If you remove the likelihood of an entirely possible negative thing happening, it’s nothing but smiles and working knees on the RGIII front. The Eagles will be rooting for an unsea...
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