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Old 08-28-2012, 07:28 PM   #151
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Alladin, I bet he would have some bomb stories. And after he was passed out drunk I would meet up with jasmin....
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Old 08-28-2012, 08:42 PM   #152
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My first(if he drank) Ted Nugent. Mr. Carroll Shelby. John Hopwood(1st in my family over from England-1700s). John Candy. My mom(haven't talked to her in years). My brother(haven't talked to him in years). Any of my grand parents as I never met a single one of them.

I have a lot, but those will have to do.
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Old 08-28-2012, 09:56 PM   #153
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There are a lot of great names coming up here. People I didn't even think of that would be gread to drink with. I thought of another one. Jimmy Buffett. He is a pilot, a flyfishermen, a musician, and he likes good beer. I think we could get along very, very well.
I can't stand Jimmy Buffet or his damn cheap freeloading Parrotheads. But I respect your wish to share a pint with him.
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Old 08-29-2012, 03:37 AM   #154
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Second would be Neil Armstrong.

 
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Old 08-29-2012, 06:12 AM   #155
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Someone mentioned his wife, but I didn't see anyone mention Bill Clinton. I never particularly liked the man, I do respect him, he was our duly elected President. As much as I hated his politics (I was a Republican then) he and I had one thing in common, the pursuit of the opposite sex. Over a beer we could compare notes (off the record)
Jesus and I, might be a little awkward
And while I did tip a few with my Dad, I didn't know him. I spent a couple weeks with him when I was 10 (1957) then another week when I was 33, an couple weeks when I was 46 (1993). He was a good guy (died in '07), but I'll never understand how someone could allow their child to grow up without being in their life.
I do still get to share a brew with Mom, she's 85, and raised 3 not so co-operative boys as a single working Mom. She took us fishing, camping, the beach, the mountains. Gave us the birds n bees speech. And then had to deal with us through puberty, and the rebellious teen years. How she made it through that, with out the funny farm, I don't know. She is my A number one hero, and I usually remind her of that over a beer.

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Old 08-29-2012, 06:16 AM   #156
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Someone mentioned his wife, but I didn't see anyone mention Bill Clinton. I never particularly liked the man, I do respect him, he was our duly elected President. As much as I hated his politics (I was a Republican then) he and I had one thing in common, the pursuit of the opposite sex. Over a beer we could compare notes (off the record)
I guess I would share a beer with Mr. Clinton. And a cigar with Ms. Lewinsky.

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Old 08-29-2012, 06:40 AM   #157
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CxBob.. Great post! It brought a few tears to my eyes. I'm not joking about that.

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Old 08-29-2012, 07:10 AM   #158
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I do still get to share a brew with Mom, she's 85

I'd like to share a brew with your mom. Not in that weird way at all, just to chat and listen etc etc. sounds like a good strong woman.
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Old 08-29-2012, 12:52 PM   #159
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Nobody in my family drinks beer but me, so nothing there.

I guess (in no particular order):

Mark Twain
Will Rogers
Samuel Adams
Ben Franklin
Johannes Brahms
Sam Calagione
Jimmy Buffett

Also, as a tuba player, I'd like to hoist one with Tommy Johnson and Arnold Jacobs. Tommy was the "first call" tuba player in LA for hundreds of film scores (Jaws, The Incredibles, the Star Trek franchise among hundreds), and influenced just about all of us that play the horn in one way or another. Jake was the tuba player for the Chicago Symphony from 1944-1988. There isn't a tuba player alive that wasn't influenced by him and his teaching.
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I can't stand Jimmy Buffet or his damn cheap freeloading Parrotheads. But I respect your wish to share a pint with him.
I bet brewers in Mecca can't stand pilgrims, either.
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