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Old 08-12-2005, 04:20 AM   #61
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Re: The Road To Margaritaville

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I still like the memories of opening a bottle of Bud on the bumper of my friends '57 Chevy.

Yeah man, at 85 mph. Those were the days! BTW did every town have a Bud Rock? You know that boulder or stone wall by the side of the road where one could, at a very precise time, discard ones empties?


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Re: The Road To Margaritaville
Old 08-12-2005, 08:56 AM   #62
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Growing up in the southern mountains, EVERY boulder was a Bud rock! Hunters "killed" the Bambi Crossing signs with shot guns while others "disposed" of empies via mother nature. I would never do that now but when you are young and stupid you do stupid things. "Stupid is as Stupid does" re: Forrest Gump.

We had enough bootlegger places in around there that you never went dry no matter how young you were. "Grannies" was our favorite as you could half pints as well as beer there. You just knocked on the door of the run down shack and Grannie would take you through the house to the kitchen and let you pick out your favorite beverage.

Those were the days!

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