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Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408693 Wed May 05 2021 03:40 AM
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We used to drink San Miguel beer when I was in the navy in the Philippines. I don't think their quality control was that great. Some nights you could drink all night long and walk out as sober as a judge. Other times a couple of beers would do a number on you.
Jim

Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408709 Wed May 05 2021 12:23 PM
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back yard wrench turner
Yuengling beer, America's oldest brewery is $19.99 for a case of 24 in Florida.


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Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408723 Wed May 05 2021 03:08 PM
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Coors here in Idaho where I live is $24.99 for 30 cans ,,this is for the more fatten Coors










Re: Speaking of beer...
Wayne67vert #1408726 Wed May 05 2021 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Wayne67vert
Yuengling beer, America's oldest brewery is $19.99 for a case of 24 in Florida.
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chug
It does not show up often near me in NC.


Tim
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1954 3106 Carryall Suburban [stovebolt.com] - part of the family for 49 years
1954 3104 5-window pickup w/Hydra-Matic [1954advance-design.com] - part of the family for 15 years
- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408758 Wed May 05 2021 08:30 PM
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Lost my taste for beer, any brand. Years ago I passed about a quart of raw blood into the john because of a bleeding ulcer. I spent a couple of days in the hospital with a tube up my nose and down my throat so they could feed some concoction straight into my stomach that kills the acid and soothes the ulcer. When I left the hospital I was under orders to drink no alcohol for at least the next year. Being that I felt like warmed over poo and scared to death after passing that much blood out the nether region I decided to be a good boy as ordered. It wasn't easy because, up to then, I didn't use a glass when ordering a pitcher of beer. The pitcher was my glass. It didn't matter the brand. After a couple of pitchers it all tasted the same. My one year visit with the sawbones had a scope run down my throat for a good inspection resulting in getting the all clear to resume drinking "in moderation". Just so happened a friend was hosting a kegger that evening. I grabbed a plastic cup, filled it up and took a huge swig. GAGGGGG! It tasted so bad I'd rather drink shoe polish. To this day I never drink beer and on RARE occasion I'll sip a glass of wine. The bright side is it's given me a lot more folding money to dump into my rides. grin


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Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408772 Wed May 05 2021 10:05 PM
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Sorry to hear about the ulcer, amigo. I imagine that's pretty tough. As I've gotten older I only drink one or two now. In my youth, I'm not certain there was a cutoff switch unless I was drinking something with a high alcohol % or driving.


Jon

1952 1/2 ton with 1959 235
T5 with 3.07 rear end
Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408775 Wed May 05 2021 10:39 PM
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I hate it when someone else drives me someplace so I am always the designated driver and besides I am cheap. Based on my lifetime income I have more because of my tea totaling. A good scotch sour or an Italian Margareta would taste good about now. I have nowhere to go anyway.


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Re: Speaking of beer...
Jon G #1408812 Thu May 06 2021 03:51 AM
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I'll have an occasional beer once in a while, but unless someone comes over, a 12 pack will get mighty old here before it gets finished. And between the pandemic and friends either dying or moving on, we don't get that many people coming over any more! A nice cold one on a really hot day still goes down pretty good, but even then I usually just go with ice water or maybe a cold Gatorade.


Rich

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1959 Chev. Viking 40


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