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LHarris

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Life's journey is a long one.

Enjoy life.

Don't wait to travel until you are old.

Don't be satisfied with little fish.

Don't drink cheap beer.

Live your life fully with no regrets because tomorrow is not a certainty.

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You,are so right. Life is the longest thing we have but it sure does go quickly. 

Schubie

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I agree with all of the above points but the beer line item is arguable.  I was always under the assumption, if you drink quantity you have to forgo the quality. 

 

Busch Light it is:)

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13 minutes ago, perchking said:

I agree with all of the above points but the beer line item is arguable.  I was always under the assumption, if you drink quantity you have to forgo the quality. 

 

Busch Light it is:)

I totally agree with Perchking, if you want to live the high life, you got to drink the High Life!

A tasty beer at a tasty price!

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23 hours ago, Cooperman said:

I totally agree with Perchking, if you want to live the high life, you got to drink the High Life!

A tasty beer at a tasty price!

Surely you jest 

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Surely I don't Del.

as a matter of fact, I'm enjoying the "Champagne of Beers" right now

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