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  1. gmonady

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    That would be me lurking IF I don't get the invitation to the Grand Opening. You will recognize me as the one wearing the white jacket with very long sleeves that buckles in the back.
     
  2. gmonady

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    Maybe you're a social worker, whichever is the case, you have a real future at or Dayton Children's Hospital. Send me your CV and I will put in a good word for you, once they let me out of my padded room.
     
  3. turtlejimmy

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    I'll look into padding the walls, so you'd feel more comfortable visiting.:D


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  4. Vulgano Brother

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    Do you have a wet bar in your room, gmonady?
     
  5. turtlejimmy

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    The Shelled Ones are still vetting you. My hands are tied ..... :dontknow:


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  6. gmonady

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    My drunk story was: I was bending over to put my trumpet and flugelhorn into my double horn case. It was an outdoor wedding reception gig at a fabulous mansion, and the setting was pool side by the pool shed (did you notice how I kept the thread theme in this reply). While still bent over caressing my horns into their case, I felt a hand go between my legs caressing two of MY instruments contained in MY own personal double instrument case. When I turned around, to my amazement, IT WAS THE BRIDE, drunk on her just recently betrothed tush. She said she just couldn't resist. I said it was an extra $50 for her "special request" for the duet using each instrument in the set. A few minutes later, HER HUSBAND of within the first hours of marital bliss, paid me the extra $100 for the gig!
     
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  7. gmonady

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    If you are talking about my "shed" at home, which I spend most of my time in the family room, then yes I do have a wet bar, very well stocked with my favorite rum from Saint Maartin (Guavaberry) and Bombay Sapphire gin sitting on the front shelf. I suggest the same selection for Turtles wet bar.
     
  8. Vulgano Brother

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    I'd shed the rum and gin. Single Malts only.
     
  9. turtlejimmy

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    100% Agave tequila is the Turtle's fav.


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  10. Ed Lee

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    Methinks after you've 3 drinks of this that I wouldn't want to hear you play your trumpet. Still a long time ago I found that any music sounded better to me after I had 3 drinks. With meds I can't hold my liquor now as I did then.
     

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