Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Liquor

After last St Patricks day I learned to hold my liquor, now I throw up in my hands.

You know you've lived a decent life when your friends are like family and family are still your friends.

I saw a video of the CPAC convention it was like watching a political film written and directed by Fellini.

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  1. I'm a St. Patricks day veteran!

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    1. I had a feeling you were. In New York City t's no longer a fun day. There are too many drunk kids throwing up everywhere.

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  2. I am saving the st.patricks one for next year!

    I really like the second one :)

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    1. Thanks. The second one is not funny but they can't all be. I figure as long as they make a point it's okay.

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  3. I hope you washed them before you shook any hands

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    1. On St. Patty's day in New York most likely the other person did the same thing.

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  4. that second one is pretty cool, it should be on cards by hallmark...
    a cpac movie...propaganda surely....smiles.

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    1. Oh, thanks. It's nice every once in awhile to not have to worry about being funny.

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  5. I still have to learn to be friends with my family.

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    1. With some family members it's impossible to be friends with, thus I'm a satisfied divorcee.

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  6. Yeah. Your family can be the most stable part of your life--IF they can set aside petty grievances and don't cause any bad ones. lol

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    1. I've had a few grievances. Never with my mother's side of the family. They were truly salt of the earth. My mother was on of 14. They were an amazing family.

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  7. Some family are just a pain in the arse. And on saint me day, keep your nasty hands away.

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    1. I wash them often on St. Patty's day.

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  8. I think you hit the nail square on with #2. If everyone else leaves you, your family will always stand by your side.

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    1. In my case it's true, from a certain side of the family, but I know people who have family that should have never been allowed to have kids.

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  9. A CPAC convention is like a mixture of Southern Civil War politics meets modern day libertarian and/or conspiracy theorists. Not a good combo.

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  10. Love Number 2... Friends may come and go but when family member chooses to stay... you know you did something right

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    1. Family is the whole ball of wax. It effects everything you do in your life. I wish I realized the importance when I was a kid.

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  11. Good one on # 2 ~ Cheers ~

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  12. Cheers to you and thanks. Have a good weekend. We all should have one.

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