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    Re: A flask of

    He probably had to sample it as well.

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    Re: A flask of

    Eww ... I hadn't thought of that. I drank the rest!

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    Re: A flask of

    Live and learn, die and forget it all.

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    Re: A flask of

    After several weeks abroad I have butone question. WHY was there anything left in the flask?

    All kidding aside, having lived abroad (europe) for a year, there are some truely wonderful liquors that we never see here available. I wish I could find some of them today. Some of the worse, and in many ways the best were the many "local traditions" (read moonshine in the states) that survive. I had quite a few different family brandys in Belguim that I'm pretty sure would burst into flames on a moderatly warm day if not cellered!

    Tim
    "I'm and optimist, even if the glass is half empty, there's still more in the bottle!!!!!"

 

 

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