Sadly, it is not difficult to determine why he died of a liver ailment.
However, I do like Mararitas even if I cannot spell the word.
We normally use Tequila rather than Rum.


On 22/07/2015 4:52 PM, Dan Penoff via Mercedes wrote:
I had a very good friend in Pensacola (now deceased from liver disease) that 
had a margarita mixer/blender on his trimaran that was powered by a little weed 
whacker style 2 cycle engine.

He made a wicked margarita.

His greeting every time you met him was, “”Would you like a rum beverage?”

His neighbors were sailmakers, and they took the scraps of sailcloth and made 
beach bags emblazoned with their logo (Schurr Sails) and gave them away to 
customers.  Barney (my friend) always carried one with him wherever he went, 
with a bag of ice, Solo cups, a 2 liter of Coke, and a big bottle of Captain 

Here’s to you, Barney!


On Jul 22, 2015, at 5:42 PM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes <> 

Oh, come on.
You are the dude with the fancy machine. Make some stuff and let the rest of us 
know if it was worth the effort.
Don't forget to add lots of sugar.

And, if I recall correctly, one can buy a blender for camping that has a 
gasoline engine with a pull cord.
I should have thought you would have got one of those and then converted it to 
Don't recall if it was on here but somewhere I looked at a link lately that 
showed a guy with a V8 Buick nailhead engine powering a Margeurita (sp?) maker.


On 22/07/2015 3:52 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes wrote:
I must say I am disappointed at the lack of MATURITY of this group.

I'm reaching out - a  cry for help.  Sharing my life experiences.  Exposing
my vulnerabilities (not many, I admit).  What do I get?  Nada.

Seriously:  I blended (smoothie setting) frozen
blueberries/strawberries/raspberries, spinach, basil, almond milk, ice,
carrots, and a little agave syrup.  The results were bracing - even tasty.
I also felt energized upon consuming the drink!

Now I am game to do more.  Anybody made carrot or beet juice?  Peanut



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