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August 02, 2008

The 14 ounce "pint" glass

Smirnoff_woody Dan Bornstein, a.k.a. “Danfuzz”, owns the domain name “Milk.com”. Despite many indications to the contrary, many people seem to think that the site has something to do with the people that do those "got milk?" commercials and "milk mustache" ads, or that it is somehow related to the dairy industry at all. Well, to finally clear up any questions on the matter, it doesn't, and it's not.

For a while, he politely replied to the misdirected mail, then he ignored it for a while. Finally, he decided to have a little fun and mail back usually-silly responses

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World's Drunkest House: 70,000 Beer Cans

The brouhaha over the 14 ounce "pint" glass

Homemade chocolate funnel cake and Miller Genuine Draft

By the way, Expect an abrupt change in Greyhound's ad campaign... (From Nag on the Lake)

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I am into beverages too. I'm making a revolutionary drink that will win the Nobel Peace Prize. Thanks for asking.

Posted by: Fund My Beverage Patent at Aug 19, 2008 11:34:47 AM

milk mustache-I’m guessing if you have a tendency to leave milk mustaches on your face for the whole day it can get quite fowl. I wouldn’t expect a lactate growth is pleasant after anything more than three hours
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Posted by: henry littlefields at Oct 1, 2008 1:47:06 AM