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Study: Americans Get Majority Of Exercise While Drunk

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Over 75% of an average American’s exercise now comes from drunkenly dancing, stealing street signs, and carrying home passed-out friends. Let’s party!

Dim Mak shirt cameo

Tim Gauthier

It was spotted on G4 Campus PD. You can start to see him around the 1:25 mark. He is the one wearing headphones around his neck.

Ole Smoky Moonshine

Tim Gauthier

How many others think we should offer this fine brew at Dim Mak Studios?
Just imagine getting bottle service and them bringing out a bottle of Ole Smoky Moonshine…Pretty awesome if you ask me.
 
50% ALC./VOL (100 PROOF) · 750 ML · MOUNTAIN MADE · 100 YEAR OLD RECIPE
Bottled by Ole Smoky Distillery, LLC · Gatlinburg, Tennessee
 
“Our families were among the early settlers of the Smoky Mountains – they came to the Smokies through Virginia and North Carolina. They honed the art of whiskey making in order to survive during tough economic times. Most families from this area share a history of a family member making, running or selling whiskey. Today, the true moonshiners and bootleggers still consider it taboo to tell stories or brag about moonshine glory. Because of the consequences, talking about your craft or trade was something you just didn’t do.”
via OleSmokyMoonshine.com