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Old 08-26-2012, 07:59 AM   #111
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Me and Cheezy on mushrooms is not going to be a good situation. And I don't even want to see Revvy shrooming.



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I'd go with Dr. Ron Paul or Laurence M Vance. As for dead folks, probably go with Mark Twain, Cincinnatus, or Viktor Frankl. I think Desmond Doss would be an interesting person.

Certainly some of the more entertaining/enjoyable conversations I've had have been with my elders, bluesmen in particular such as Bud Spires, Jimmy 'Duck' Holmes, T-Model Ford, & Paul Jones. Split many a pint with Bud Spires learning to blow harp.



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Old 08-26-2012, 09:10 AM   #113
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Okay, I'm going to follow Whippy's rebelious lead.

I don't want to drink a brew with some historical figures (Dad's still the #1, just so you know)

And also. I want to share a pint with a few here on HBT.

Ray!
PassedPawn who I call Pappy
Stauffbier my good friend Mike
Yooper no doubt!
Like to have a conversation with BB and Revvy and Cheezydemon all three at the same time.
There are more but I could go on all night.

One more for certain, a young fellow named Ahaley. Really like that guy. Very good and humble young man.

More here on HBT that I'll later regret not mentioning.
Well Dan, let's make it a date, when I get back from basic training and ait for the army, let's see where they station me!
I try to be a good guy, like my dad taught. I like to try this thing called respect from time to time. It makes some people feel good
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Us lefties have to stick together. Best of luck to you in your Army career! You will get out of it what you put in. And don't let the stupid BS they put you through in he beginning change your mind.

From what I have learned of you here on HBT. I think you'll do fine. Just keep positive.

And I'll take you up on the beers. You get to California and the brew is on me!

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Sincerely, that would be a great pleasure for me Dan. Thanks.
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Nostradamus is my first choice. I could certainly use some insider information at this point in life. Pacal the Great over a pint of Chicha as we discuss this whole calender thing. My late Nonno. He had some interesting WWII stories but my italian was remedial at best. Would love to catch up, in english, over a Peroni and Pizza de Napoli.

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I didn't think about him! I'm sure drinking a beer with him would turn out to be some kind of 4th dimensional experience!

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And also. I want to share a pint with a few here on HBT.

Ray!
PassedPawn who I call Pappy
Stauffbier my good friend Mike
Yooper no doubt!
Like to have a conversation with BB and Revvy and Cheezydemon all three at the same time.
There are more but I could go on all night.

One more for certain, a young fellow named Ahaley. Really like that guy. Very good and humble young man.

More here on HBT that I'll later regret not mentioning.
Thanks Dan! I was thinking the same thing!
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Us lefties have to stick together. Best of luck to you in your Army career! You will get out of it what you put in. And don't let the stupid BS they put you through in he beginning change your mind.

From what I have learned of you here on HBT. I think you'll do fine. Just keep positive.

And I'll take you up on the beers. You get to California and the brew is on me!
Oh ya, and thanks, it's something I've wanted to do since I was like 12 now I'm finally making it happen!
I live in California haha, I'm in nor cal.


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