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Old 06-14-2014, 07:52 PM   #11
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OC I feel the same. I used to drink more then my share. Will have a drink to be social but just that.
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Old 06-14-2014, 08:08 PM   #12
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Here's for the drinking crowd LOL

I'll have an adult beverage here and there but never been much of a drinker since college...I'm the guy who will be sipping on a sprite or coke through a party straw blending in with the drinking crowd
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Old 06-14-2014, 08:13 PM   #13
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OC, your post sounded not nice against someone with a disability.....

It took you a traumatic event for you to give up your phobia that you must make awning poles.....
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Old 06-14-2014, 08:25 PM   #14
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I am not against anyone drinking (but don't drive).... I never, never drink at home (that is the truth, I drink ice tea). In life, it is hard enough to be a good example one's children and this was a (silent) pledge(to myself) that I would do when I got married. I do social drink when camping or going out (the wife will drive if I do). I have some partial cases of beer in the camper going back 5 years that I have to knock the dust off before putting in the fridge
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OC, your post sounded not nice against someone with a disability...
What?
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What?
X2 I don't get it.
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X2 I don't get it.

OC and I have PMed, he can pass those on if need be.
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[QUOTE=OldCoot;635293]We just don't need a crutch to relax or feel good especially when camping.

Yes, but why take a chance...
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We just don't need a crutch to relax or feel good especially when camping.

Yes, but why take a chance...
Don't think we need it after 53+ yrs.
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