Joe Sixpack


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Joe Sixpack

An average man, typically of the working class. My brother's just your typical guy, a real Joe Sixpack—you can find him watching a sporting event in a bar after work pretty much any night of the week.
See also: joe
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An abject failure at everything he tried, this prep school Yalie decided he could only succeed as, guess who, Joe Sixpack.
The beer business in Philadelphia is a very tightly knit community, and Joe Sixpack is an absolutely huge part of it," says Tom Peters, owner of Monk's Cafe in center city Philadelphia, one of America's great beer bars.
Well, there's the tiresome matter of the people--what Dowd calls "the Joe Sixpack constituency.
They can promise the moon, but Joe Sixpack is not going to believe they can deliver the moon.
For the first time, DOS-based GUI applications have become credible, and perhaps even inevitable, to the average Joe Sixpack user.
The dealer and distributor are on one level but Joe Sixpack, the guy who wanders into your store, is the one they have to please.
PHILADELPHIA -- Hosted by Philadelphia Daily News beer reporter Don Russell, also known as Joe Sixpack, a series of beer-focused vodcasts (short videos) launched today on gophila.
I aim this generalization not at the oft-underrated Joe Sixpack but at graduates of our finest universities.
That's like fining Joe Sixpack, who earns $30,000 a year, a total of $2,400 for the attempted maiming of another human being.
Some major media companies assumed that Joe Sixpack wouldn't care about such big-business matters as consolidation of news properties in individual markets.
For those who don't know, this brand of blue comedy features red meat eatin' Joe Sixpack folks, winnebagos, cheap beet" and even cheaper "You might be a redneck if' jokes.
It hasn't been easy for beer to lose its reputation as the Rodney Dangerfield of beverages--and as long as Joe Sixpack makes unchallenging brews his most popular choices, it never will--but chefs in high places are giving it some respect.
We're laying all of these tax increases on Joe Sixpack, our constituents, the average citizens in South Dakota," Moore said, adding that the Legislature should instead tap the state's $115 million cash reserves.
He comes closest to representing Joe Sixpack and what we want from our national game.
Scatterbrained billionaires" should be paying for the museums, not Joe Sixpack.