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The Art of Garage Fridge Heating Up

Now we are cooking. I asked you guys to start the transition from patio heat, which has been incredible and we’re looking at a full 90s upcoming week, and you guys can deliver with the art and philosophy behind making a great garage fridge. are.

Again, this is much more than a bunch of meatheads showing off stuffed kegs in the garage fridge. We have become adults here and garage fridge plays an important role in the lives of all of us.

It shows that we’ve made it to a financial level where we can burn a little extra electricity to give our beers a nice cold home to live in. A stuffy garage fridge is incredibly inviting in the neighborhood. Frankly, it defines the community you live in.

Here in Ohio, and I’m sure politicians haven’t corrupted much of America, an open garage door means We’re at home Come in! Meanwhile, an open garage door and a pretty garage fridge beckon people to have a beer and stay some more.

Whereas Thursday Night Grass League is all about cleaning up your weekend schedule and taking pride in your community, the art of the garage fridge is the epitome of how you treat the community. Are you all about yourself and your triple IPA or are you about the community that prefers a value brand beer? Are you ready to share with neighbors?

Guys, communities need more garage fridges and the philosophy behind garage fridges.

This does not mean that everyone walking down the street has to stop for a bush light. The garage fridge is more about taking care of dads, kids who can use ice cold juice boxes, wives who need the Kirkland way.

The garage fridge tells the neighborhood dog walkers that you want to pet the dogs and have a 5-10 minute conversation. They get instantly comfortable with you around their doodles.

• TNML member Ryan O., a huge Outkick supporter and Great American, writes:

Pictured in its natural state on Tuesday night. I picked up a ’90s GE garage fridge from Craigslist in 2010 for $100 when I built my barn. It keeps a steady 36 degrees for the beer in the bottom and the top freezer is full of last year’s greens crop.

The stickers are for a variety of brewpubs, vacation locations, aftermarket auto parts purchases, and everything in between. Between the reliability and history we have together, I’m willing to pay the equivalent of a new fridge repaired amount if a problem ever occurs.

Now that the fridge is covered, new stickers including Outkick and TNML additions are heading to the safe. Thanks Joe!

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• Tyler E. wants to show us his garage fridge art. Please pay attention to the Marge bottles in the door. This is a huge step forward from a garage fridge giant. So inviting neighborhood moms:

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• Kevin B in Littleton, Colorado shared the sad news. Note the sub pop sticker next to it to let neighborhood dads know that Kevin respects the indie scene. We would get along really well:

As well as having performance issues, one trick had to put our garage fridge down. That was the timestamp of 15 years raising our four children. Helmet stickers, random holiday stickers, freebies from trade shows, restaurants, gear. Served us well inside and out!

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• As I told you guys, the art of the garage fridge is much more than just throwing an old beater into the garage to keep your buds cool. It really is an art and Deke S. brings up an important theme for all garage fridge fanatics out there:

Deke writes:

A quick question for all northern climate fridges, how do they keep them cool in the winter? Here in Idaho, my unheated garage drops into the 40s during the winter, which isn’t enough for the temperature difference between the inside of the fridge and the ambient garage temperature to keep the compressor running.

Like, in the winter I suffer from limp popsicles in the freezer and a little cold beer in the fridge. Through a little internet research, I found that modern fridges are designed to operate in ambient temperatures in the mid 50s. I’ve resorted to keeping an incandescent light bulb (7 watts) in my fridge to warm up the thermostat.

This solved the problem by forcing the compressor to run more (I’ve also added a smart plug to control the bulb so it doesn’t happen all the time) but I’ll have to monitor the fridge to make sure I’m on my own. I am not freezing the contents of the fridge.

Like I said, it’s an art. And that’s why you read Screencaps for nuggets like this. Go ahead and forward this version of Screencaps to your friends who swear there’s nothing worth reading on the Internet.

I never imagined that the compressor is not running in winter. This incandescent bulb thing is genius.

• Bill L writes:

Let me be one of the first to say that this is a great idea. Being a homebrewer and a craft beer enthusiast my garage fridge is an extension of my personality. As for the rules, there aren’t many. I like to have a wide variety out there.

Several times I have blacked out Busch Lights, Michelob Ultra, Kraft IPA and Double IPA, and at the same time as nightly Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stouts. Try to keep at least 50% of the beer there from Nebraska. It is important to me to support my local breweries.

Our neighborhood is great and some neighbors know garage code to grab themselves a pint or growler fill if we’re not around. I’m back in town for a thank you Post-It note and a $20 bill from a weekend trip. In the end, it all comes out too. Halloween is as much for the adults as it is for the kids here, and it brings us closer together.

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did you read this part? ,Our neighborhood is great and some neighbors know garage code to grab themselves a pint or growler fill if we’re not around.,

There just made my week.

I may not have a master’s degree like many of you who are senior vice presidents at LinkedIn, but I must thank you for your research and understanding on a topic like The Art of the Garage Fridge.

Now I want doctorate degree in this specific field. I want to be able to take it to the collegiate level and teach a curriculum – with the help of the Screencaps community.

Keep the emails coming. Teach me more secrets. More philosophy behind the fridge. Dig deep for psychology.

BTW, Bill L is a great guy to send me a beer from his stash. Now I need to send him a package.

Email: joekinsey@gmail.com

the art of inflation

I don’t want to disappoint you guys too much this morning, but Screencaps financial analyst Mark W. has been sending me red flag warning emails for months.

Mark, a senior vice president, writes:

As we talked about about a month ago, inflation is proving to be a bigger problem for the economy and is having more negative effects for individual households than the government. I’ve attached a chart that shows the different components of the CPI comparing them on a month-to-month basis over the previous year:

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The chart shows the latest August numbers on the left; The number of the year before the comparison is the number of September in the far right column. Note the increase in food costs from 4.59% to 11.37%. Energy (gas for your car, heating and cooling costs for your home) remains very high. These numbers are excluded from the “core” CPI calculation because they are considered too volatile, but for the average person, they have the biggest impact on their disposable income. Also note that medical care as well as shelter costs are rising dramatically.

I think this means that the Fed will continue to raise rates dramatically to attempt to slow inflation. The risk they face with this strategy is pushing the economy into a severe recession. Meanwhile, the cost of living for every American is rising significantly.

Interesting times lie ahead. Prepare accordingly.

The Art of Nextdoor Conversation

• Wyn in Colorado — I’m pretty sure he’s some kind of vice president or did I see he’s in law now? – writes:

One of my neighbors posted a request on Nextdoor asking someone to have a “one nightstand”. I replied jokingly saying that I don’t think you can post asking for a “one night stand”.

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And with that let’s go today. This is a fun way to stop Wednesday’s Screencaps.

Tell me what’s on your mind. The seasons are changing and your mind is changing into falling thoughts. Give me the topics you need to pay attention to.

Have a nice day in this incredible country.

Email: joekinsey@gmail.com

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