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Old 08-09-2012, 05:12 AM   #11
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damn.

bolas, you've taught him well. quick, this one is.

why do i sound like yoda?
that's what big brothers are for yodalayheehoo....you little goat herd you
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:19 AM   #12
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aww, don't sweat it.

i'm a youngest brother too.

my biological bro taught me hockey, and baseball, and having a quick and irish wit. great guy. an english teacher for 40 years.

'nuff said.

(i wonder how many students drew caricatures of him, with missing teeth, glasses, and stink lines radiating off him?)
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:26 AM   #13
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aww, don't sweat it.

i'm a youngest brother too.

my biological bro taught me hockey, and baseball, and having a quick and irish wit. great guy. an english teacher for 40 years.

'nuff said.

(i wonder how many students drew caricatures of him, with missing teeth, glasses, and stink lines radiating off him?)
guess that goes for every teacher i guess tom....i went to grammar school in wales.we didn't have to draw them that way.taking a photo was quicker & more life like!!
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:16 AM   #14
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I would recommend wearing a kilt commando style for the next 24 hours.
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if ye be wearin' anythin' beneath the kilt, it becomes a skirt.
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:29 AM   #15
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Laddie,
if you be wearin' anythin' beneath the kilt, it becomes a skirt.
hoots mon tha noo laddie hoot...aye,and if ya are a gooin' commando ye ken the icy blasts o wind oop sauchiehall street.this has got it all,kilts,elvis,bush
jnr...think you'll enjoy it hoot
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That was mighty good, Harry!!
I have admired Andy M. Stewart's music for a long time.
He along with others, notably Phil and Johnny Cunningham, played for a time under the name "Silly Wizard."
They were very good together, and I was mightily saddened to hear of the passing of young Johnny in 2003.
D**n....I believe I will have a wee dram in young John's memory.
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That was mighty good, Harry!!
I have admired Andy M. Stewart's music for a long time.
He along with others, notably Phil and Johnny Cunningham, played for a time under the name "Silly Wizard."
They were very good together, and I was mightily saddened to hear of the passing of young Johnny in 2003.
D**n....I believe I will have a wee dram in young John's memory.
it'd be rude not to hoot,sun's over the yard arm here....1pm so if you hang on for a minute i'll pour a wee dram of woodford(no scotch in i'm afraid)reserve & join thee in the toast!
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Harry,
I never cared too much for Scotch til my BIL showed me a nice touch...just the barest splash of water brings it to life.
'Course it will never replace bourbon!

Cheers!!
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Well shucks....Now I done went and got all nostalgic.
One of many favorites by Silly Wizard:



Now back to the soup...gonna try this one soon!
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I never cared too much for Scotch til my BIL showed me a nice touch...just the barest splash of water brings it to life.
'Course it will never replace bourbon!

Cheers!!
my fav "scotch" is infact welsh!!! penderyn single malt welsh whiskey aged in madeira barrels....if you like bourbon,you'll love it!
down the hatch!!
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