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Big Apple, Big Links

My feet feel like they might fall off; I've now pounded the pavement out there for the past 3 days or so, drinking in all that NYC has to offer (not literally, though I am excited to seek out some tasty New York brews - any suggestions?) and searching for the best apartment out there. I don't want to get my hopes up but I think we might have found a gem. In fact, it feels like merely typing that sentence might jinx our chances so I'll leave it at that...onto football links.


Filliam said…
Welcome to New York!
For my money, the best NY brews are from the Sixpoint brewery. I like them better than the Brooklyn Lager you see everywhere.
The one place off the top of my head that I know you can get it is at Kettle of Fish in the West Village. Warning: it's a Packers bar.
Anonymous said…
You've got to try some Yuengling beers. Their porter and their black and tan are my favorites.
Donald Trump said…
Yuengling does taste good, but just like Bud beers you will get a wicked headache even if you only drink a couple.
Anonymous said…
Just found your site via a suggestion on Twitter. I'm looking for a site or tool that aggregates all the free stat projections from various sources. I figure if I take an average of all the projections out there, I'll end up with a pretty darn good list to work from. Any suggestions.

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