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Saint Patrick's Day!!!

DuncanS

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Well Ireland won the Grand Slam in the Rugby today, and my home nation Scotland (barely) beat Italy, so I might have a pint (or two) of Guinness later (I miss the Brew smilies!), then again I might stick to my usual few pints of Otter Ale!
 

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Fisherman's pie and some local stout with friends, plus Moondance in 5.1? (Meanwhile, the kids may watch Errol Morris's A Brief HIstory of Time. upstairs.)

Anybody know of any good trad (or neo-trad) Irish music in surround? No Clancy Brothers, please...
 
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Happy St. Paddy's day everyone, and an early Happy Birthday to Gos and Spock! :SB

Just got off from work and bought a case of Yuengling Lager pints. On the itinerary for the evening is getting very drunk and stoned in the safety of my home theater/listening room while cranking some great surround albums! Cheers!!! :LB:SB:LB
 

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Little known Irish fact: The tiny hairs on the outer edge of our ears are highly sensitive, serving as curb feelers when we’re drunk in the gutter! Shave them down at your peril.




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WOW, Tim, Never heard of Adrian before. Great stuff....just ordered a copy from AmazonUS. Many thanks!:)
 

timbre4

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Little known Irish fact: The tiny hairs on the outer edge of our ears are highly sensitive, serving as curb feelers when we’re drunk in the gutter! Shave them down at your peril.




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WOW, Tim, Never heard of Adrian before. Great stuff....just ordered a copy from AmazonUS. Many thanks!:)
He’s terrific; we finally saw him play at a guitar museum in Chattanooga about 3 months ago. 30 seats! Longtime fan as my son is as well.


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