Hugh, is missing his meds.
Heck he don't need beer, he will come up with something more off the wall than modified bituminous roofing tar
Do you have that Doctors phone number?
I know a place where they sell this stuff without a prescription !
Doug, that is hilarious!!!! Where did you find that?? A lot of the newer members won't get it though. Can someone post some of "Hugh"s old posts so they know what it's all about? Myself, I miss him. Hugh, are you still out there????? We need a bit of humor for awhile with all that is going on in the world. JMHO. Dave
I've always considered beer a health food. It is literally wheat juice.
let's see a dose of vitamin B (Full Spectrum) a double dose of vitamin E and to be safe a dose of riboflavin. yep that ought to do it but for those of you old enough to remember ...
BEER - "It's not just for breakfast any more!"
Schaefer's beer the breakfast of champions! Or Old Milwaukee
14oz, a free can in every six pack.
Years ago, I was at a talk on Dutch agriculture by someone from the embassy. He said that the top three agricultural exports from Holland were (1) flower bulbs, (2) cut flowers, and (3) beer. I hadn't thought about the third one, but I guess it is an agricultural product....
Goodness! Do we really do not have any folklore or traditions in the States? Have you forgotten that the character of John Barleycorn in the song is a personification of the importance of the cereal crop barley and of the alcoholic beverages made from it, beer and whisky. In the song, John Barleycorn is represented as suffering attacks, death and indignities that correspond to the various stages of barley cultivation, such as reaping and malting. And the influence of John Barleycorn is not just found in England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, but through out Europe and Russia, the Orient, for that matter the world. Of course, if it weren't for agriculture there probably would be no brews available after a day of hot work.
Used to haul beer out of Milwaukee, WI andthe brewery never had soft drink machines. It was either water or beer.
Drank my first beer. Pabst Blue Ribbon
George, you said "If it weren't for agriculture there probably would be no brews available after a day of hot work.".....AFTER WORK! You mean I should wait until AFTER WORK!...Oh my I don't think I'll make it!
Well, the RX piqued my interest. In South Australia RX was a class of steam locomotive, made right here in my home town Gawler. I didn't know they were exported to USA!!!
Allan from down under.
When we did our cross country road trip last month, it was in a store in Big Bear California. I had to get a picture of it to go with the old threads about Hugh.
Remember....The Liver is EVIL and must be PUNISHED..
I was going to complain that this thread had little or nothing to do with a Model T.
Then I realized that this thread was about Hugh and had remnants of the famous modified bituminous roofing tar.
Additionally there is a T in prescripTion and two in inToxicaTed so I have to relent.
That must also mean it is OK to discuss ClinTon and Trump!
Come on Hugh we miss you! Dave