Loc: Lancaster PA USA
I can keep up with the pups, but where they may feel hit by a truck the next day, I feel like I'm being dragged underneath a locomotive, bounced off of every railroad tie for the next 3 days.<br><br>I don't miss my youthful digressions, but I occasionally pine for the speed of resiliency I had back then.<br><br>
#271557 - 04/03/0612:27 AMRe: It would be pretty hard to do it in the dark.
Texas law says ~ all liquor off the tables and outta their hands by 2 AM. Louisiana, different story. I remember a New Year's eve in New Orleans, watchin' the fire works, and cruisin' Bourbon Street for a Bloody Mary breakfast at 6:30 AM. What amazed us the most were the "roadie" cups.<br><br>"Uh, yesh, I believe I'll take that go to drink." <br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]And I'm the one that jaded you . . .</font color=blue>
Unless that's a relatively new law, they sure don't let it bother them at The Casino Royal in Dallas. Was there maybe 9 or 10 years ago. My host ( a local printer who was running a job for me) had a private table there, and the Chivas flowed and the dancers wriggled 'til well past 3AM. <br><br>
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