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Paul
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From: United States
Posts: 1388
icondanjared:
iconWoodash:
Hope you're flying into Providence - it's much easier than Boston.


Nonsense. Nothing wrong with flying into Boston. And the traffic there is great! :D

Paul: If you get a chance to be in "Boston" for a bit, go to Colonial Drugs in Harvard Square. I'm sure you'll love it. (But I recommend not having your wallet with you at the time.)


They are evil people... They take my order over the phone, and they let me mail them a check for goods.... They make it too easy for me. I haven't had much of an opportunity to spend time in Boston proper, but I really want to. I stayed at Hyatt Harborside last time with a great view of Boston. That and Capital Grille made for an excellent trip :thumbup:
Paul
"Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it" - Greg Anderson
my blog- and it works again :p
2010-10-26 05:53
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DENNIS KELLY (DJKELLY)
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From: United States
Posts: 774
iconWoodash:
Hope you're flying into Providence

Steve


How far are you from Providence. I go in there with USAirways all the time. Also every other decent size city east of St. Louis. How did you pick your avatar, Woody? Bart, in the late '70s through the '80s it WAS the loveboat.
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2010-10-26 06:02
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Woodash
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iconDJKELLY:
iconWoodash:
Hope you're flying into Providence

Steve

How far are you from Providence. I go in there with USAirways all the time. Also every other decent size city east of St. Louis. How did you pick your avatar, Woody? Bart, in the late '70s through the '80s it WAS the loveboat.

I am ~40 mi from PVD and ~55 mi from BOS, Dennis. For me, PVD is a no-brainer. No traffic, easy, better flow. Don't get me wrong, BOS is fine as long as I don't have to drive there or back during rush hour. I sometimes go out of BDL (Haaaartfud) as well - all depending on best itinerary. For all my complaining, I imagine that your job, while interesting I'm sure, must be a real royal PITA in many ways.

My avatar...I don't know. Groucho was a pretty hilarious guy. And a smart-ass. Like me....
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2010-10-26 06:30
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DENNIS KELLY (DJKELLY)
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From: United States
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Yeah, Haaaarfud, too. I can't remember how many "a's". The job is still fine in a lot of ways. Most of us love the flying part, but the company has raped the pilot group over the last ten years or so. We are in a constant legal battle to make them honor the contract and the ceo is patently intransigent. I better not get started. It is not all major airlines, just US and American are very, very anti employee.

Obviously kidding about the avatar. Your picture looks exactly like Groucho at first blush. (Dig deeper and you'll feel nuts!) He was a genius in the league of W.C. Fields, Jonathan Winters,.....

I lived in San Diego in most of my previous life and got to your part of the country out there a bunch. Did you feel claustrophobic when you came back east. Not being able to see forty miles made me queasy for a while. (I moved to SC in '94 to take care of my father and now live in the same room I had when I was 8 years old.) Now when I go back I miss the green. I want it ALL.

Don't drink (anymore) but I would be proud to buy you a laabstaa sometime. I'll send you an e'mail with my cell number. Nice to meet you, Steve. Denny
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2010-10-26 16:26
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Nick Fanzo (Disburden)
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iconBart:
Nice picture.:)
Is that a Partagas, you're smoking?

Kind regards,
Bart.


HDM!

Excellent smokes.


This is one of the coolest threads, thanks!
2010-11-14 00:04
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Paul
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From: United States
Posts: 1388
Ooh ooh... I need to say, instead of starting a new thread, this will do...

A couple weeks ago, Steve and I met up in Raynham, Mass, for dinner. It was a great evening, and it felt like catching up with an old friend.

Thanks for a cool evening, Steve :thumbup:
Paul
"Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it" - Greg Anderson
my blog- and it works again :p
2010-11-14 01:12
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Woodash
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Yeah Boy! It was pleasure meeting Paul - couple of beers (Sam Adams...), some dinner, and some good conversation. Oh, and we talked about all of y'all, too. Nothing too bad, except for, well...uh....:blink:
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2010-11-14 21:51
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jimmyman
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me and my boy in Gibralta the last pic i took but i have 2 boys he is my youngest


2010-11-20 20:33
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rudy liekens (wulle)
From: Belgium
Posts: 42
Guys,
This is me, as always holding my favorite beverage in my hands...





rudi
2010-11-22 20:29
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geruchtemoaker
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From: Belgium
Posts: 693
iconwulle:
Guys,
This is me, as always holding my favorite beverage in my hands...





rudi

I have it more for the blonde leffe
The Bible and several other self help or enlightenment books cite the Seven Deadly Sins. They are: pride, greed, lust, envy, wrath, sloth, and gluttony. That pretty much covers everything that we do, that is sinful... or fun for that matter. - Dave Mustaine
http://www.artisanshaving.org
2010-11-22 20:49
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rudy liekens (wulle)
From: Belgium
Posts: 42
To be honest .... I like all beers .burps...:w00t:

rudi
2010-11-22 21:07
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geruchtemoaker
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From: Belgium
Posts: 693
iconwulle:
To be honest .... I like all beers .burps...:w00t:

rudi

I don't like them all as an example I disgust kriek however I don't consider it beer it is classified as beer
The Bible and several other self help or enlightenment books cite the Seven Deadly Sins. They are: pride, greed, lust, envy, wrath, sloth, and gluttony. That pretty much covers everything that we do, that is sinful... or fun for that matter. - Dave Mustaine
http://www.artisanshaving.org
2010-11-22 21:34
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rudy liekens (wulle)
From: Belgium
Posts: 42
Well, you've got a point there, I think.
But I still prefer whatever 'beer' over water :P

rudi
2010-11-22 21:41
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Bart Torfs (Bart)
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From: Belgium
Posts: 5001
iconwulle:
Guys,
This is me, as always holding my favorite beverage in my hands...

Don't worry, we'll straighten you out the first time we meet in real life... :D :D

You can't shave with something so artisan as a straight razor, live in Belgium, the homeland of artisan beers, and then prefer something so massproduced like that Anheuser-Busch-InBev stuff you're holding right there. Even if it isn't that bad. The Gillette fusion isn't that bad either. :D

Thank you for sharing the picture. It's always nice to put a name to the face. :thumbup:

Bart.
Then the light shone, trumpets sounded and I got to the other side, where men shave with smiles on their faces, razors pop hairs, and a continuous choir singing «~~Keen and Smooth~~» is heard everywhere. (Matt)
2010-11-22 23:15
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geruchtemoaker
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From: Belgium
Posts: 693
iconBart:
iconwulle:
Guys,
This is me, as always holding my favorite beverage in my hands...

Don't worry, we'll straighten you out the first time we meet in real life... :D :D

You can't shave with something so artisan as a straight razor, live in Belgium, the homeland of artisan beers, and then prefer something so massproduced like that Anheuser-Busch-InBev stuff you're holding right there. Even if it isn't that bad. The Gillette fusion isn't that bad either. :D

Thank you for sharing the picture. It's always nice to put a name to the face. :thumbup:

Bart.

then we all have to start drinking westvleteren
The Bible and several other self help or enlightenment books cite the Seven Deadly Sins. They are: pride, greed, lust, envy, wrath, sloth, and gluttony. That pretty much covers everything that we do, that is sinful... or fun for that matter. - Dave Mustaine
http://www.artisanshaving.org
2010-11-23 10:40