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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 10:42am
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If you check out the Bosqueville/Shiner game, he is the one on the plate.
What a minute! You have a youth team named for a beer?

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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 11:08am
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What a minute! You have a youth team named for a beer?

Worse than that... it's a high school!
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 12:11pm
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What a minute! You have a youth team named for a beer?

Yeah. You should be on the field with them during a game when the temperature is in the upper 90's. Only one thought keeps going through your mind.....
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 12:12pm
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Worse than that... it's a high school!
Worse than that. It is the high school of the town where the beer is brewed.
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 12:52pm
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The town is also named Shiner Mike.

Ahhhh..........fond memories visiting their hospitality room during college days in the 70's. Unlimited free beer.........only closed during the lunch hour when the porter who served the tap beer went to eat.

They had domino and 42 tables set up and many of the reitired men spent their whole day there.

I doubt they have that anymore.

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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 03:01pm
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The town is also named Shiner Mike.

Ahhhh..........fond memories visiting their hospitality room during college days in the 70's. Unlimited free beer.........only closed during the lunch hour when the porter who served the tap beer went to eat.

Joel

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What!?!? They never heard of a relief person or shift work? That's almost as bad as closing the bar during the meal at a wedding reception.
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 05:02pm
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OK Scott,

Counting across, up or down, which one is Scott?

If you pull up the "refs" picture . . .

Scott is front row, kneeling, second from right.
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 07:23pm
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If you pull up the "refs" picture . . .

Scott is front row, kneeling, second from right.
Not surprised to see Walter in the row with the women. Then again, I am surprised he did not place himself in the middle
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Old Tue Jun 10, 2008, 10:18pm
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The town is also named Shiner Mike.

Ahhhh..........fond memories visiting their hospitality room during college days in the 70's. Unlimited free beer.........only closed during the lunch hour when the porter who served the tap beer went to eat.

They had domino and 42 tables set up and many of the reitired men spent their whole day there.

I doubt they have that anymore.

Joel

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welcome back Joel. Way to long.
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Old Wed Jun 11, 2008, 10:41am
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If you pull up the "refs" picture . . .

Scott is front row, kneeling, second from right.
While you are at it, Gary, why not tell them who that is on my right?
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Old Wed Jun 11, 2008, 01:42pm
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While you are at it, Gary, why not tell them who that is on my right?
But I don't have any cool Shiner Bock stories to include . . .

The really big news from this thread was getting to hear from Joel again . . . after a long absence.
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