poop sheet

poop sheet

A compilation of details, instructions, facts, or other such information gathered together in a single resource. The conference is circulating a poop sheet with details about all of the speakers as well as the times and places at which attendees might see them. Police have released a poop sheet with information about the suspects.
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poop sheet

n. a sheet containing information. Where is the poop sheet on today’s meeting?
See also: poop, sheet
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Dennis Wuycik, publisher of the ACC Sports Journal (formerly The Poop Sheet), said, "I kept being approached by website owners who wanted to add my content to their site.
Wineries sending wine samples to writers should include the poop sheet with the wine.
Among my possessions I have a Winning Hoops polo shirt and a Poop Sheet (now ACC Sports Journal) ball cap ("Poop Is What's Happening").
It's suggested at $8 retail, woo-woo, and goes down easily due to soft tannins, due to extended maceration, per the poop sheet. Since the wine, obviously, is red, and Argentina is known for its beef, I'd guess a hunk of meat would be in order here.
I still say it's The Poop Sheet. Publisher Dennis Wuycik clung to it for over 20 years ("Poop is what's happening") before changing it to ACC Sports Journal ("Easier when you are calling university offices").
* What can I say, there was no poop sheet attached to the sample of Steele 1999 Viognier from Lake Co.
Wuycik, a basketball All-American at North Carolina, played four or five years of pro ball, mostly in the old ABA, before returning to Chapel Hill and launching The Poop Sheet sports newsletter.
The winery poop sheet said the wine is soft and supple, which is true, but I'm darned if I know what a "heroic finish" is.
As a rule, I try to taste a wine before I read the accompanying poop sheet. Well, I did when I tasted 1997 Lucente, and the first note was this wine was made in European style, as in, not overly assertive but with lots going on.