“As soon as public service ceases to be the chief business of the citizens, and they would rather serve with their money than with their persons, the State is not far from its fall”
I really don't care what the bubbles do, I just know that it's a fine beverage!
"Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how." -- Edward T. McMahon, The Conservation Fund
Darn, and I wanted to prove that to people tomorrow.
Trusting a DC politician with your money is like trusting a hungry dog with a raw steak.
Guiness is indeed a fine beer....BUT...some people just have too much time on their hands!
I fondly being at a bar with a geology professor of mine who used a pint of Guinness to demonstrate sedimentation ...
...that science solved a real life problem! What will they solve next?
Perhaps I'm creating a false memory here, but didn't y'all used to have meetings at that Irish pub on King St.(I forgot the name of the place )Originally posted by Belle
Us urban planning types were most likely to be drinking cold Newcastle from frosty mugs on the patio at Vickery's. Mmmmmm...
For special occassions, we would go to Mike Caulders (now has a new name)Originally posted by biscuit
the geology folks used to be a staple of the Vickery's $1 draft Rolling Rocks every Friday. We couldn't afford to pay extra for the fancy stuff for the sheer volume we were drinkingOriginally posted by biscuit
That's the place! I had a brain fart and just couldn't remember.Originally posted by Belle
I was there for the $1.00 Rolling Rock Fridays on more than one occasion with our mutual friend. Who knows we probably met each other there sometime but erased the memory with a few too many one dollar beers.the geology folks used to be a staple of the Vickery's $1 draft Rolling Rocks every Friday. We couldn't afford to pay extra for the fancy stuff for the sheer volume we were drinking