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Old 01-07-2006, 01:44 AM   #151
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soon

oops I gotta go

i hear him calling
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^ Thanks for the drink

^^ RK, is he almost done?
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its early, only 10:45
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No habla espanol... I speak a little spanglish

my moms a spanish teacher, i took 2 years form her


anyone had dogs bollocks or hobgoblin ale?
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I LOVE hobgoblin ale
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my moms a spanish teacher, i took 2 years form her


anyone had dogs bollocks or hobgoblin ale?
I wish I spoken more. I'm Mexican on my Dad's side of the family and my grandparents and my dad would speak spanish to each other and English to us.

haven't tried those ale's but they sound interesting. I'm not really a beer drinker more cider!
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^^ i had some in england last fall, great stuff

i was at a wynchwood brewery pub


^i was really good at it i "shouldn't have stopped" teachers

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They sell it in Brea, the city next to mine, anyone ever see the movie " lost in translation"?
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^ It's on my list to see, but haven't had a chance yet. Bill Murray
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^^no, haven't seen that

i can buy hobgoblin here in town (well if i was 21 i could )

^ i'm used to you people, my mother and grandmother were/are teachers
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well I thought the whiskey he is the spokesperson for in the movie was fake, but it turns out, its a real whiskey, I got a bottle for Xmas

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They sell it in Brea, the city next to mine, anyone ever see the movie " lost in translation"?
I have - it's a great film.

Bill Murray is an underrated dramatic actor.
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^^no, haven't seen that

i can buy hobgoblin here in town (well if i was 21 i could )

^ i'm used to you people, my mother and grandmother were/are teachers
gimme your addy, I will send you a bottle of red rockets, its fuckin delish
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well I thought the whiskey he is the spokesperson for in the movie was fake, but it turns out, its a real whiskey, I got a bottle for Xmas

Using a CD as a coaster there?
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Using a CD as a coaster there?
ya, its my own band, fucking rubbish
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