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Uncle Pat
« on: Mar 18, 10, 11:34:46 am CDT »

<thoward> "my uncle pat really liked his whiskey, and it became a problem in his marriage. one night around 8 pm, when uncle pat was 'tipping the elbow,' my aunt mary grabbed him by the arm and dragged him outside to a nearby hill overlooking the Old Mr. Boston distillery. she said, 'Padraig, take a good look at that distillery. They can make it faster than you can drink it.' The distillery was filled with lights and had steam and things coming out of it."

<thoward> "He said, 'Yes, but you can see I've got them working nights now.' "
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Re: Uncle Pat
« Reply #1 on: Mar 18, 10, 02:03:07 pm CDT »

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Re: Uncle Pat
« Reply #2 on: Mar 18, 10, 11:01:12 pm CDT »

The gods invented whisky so the Irish and the Scots wouldn't take over the world.
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