[rescue] AS/400? Anyone?

John Floren slawmaster at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 10:04:39 CST 2008

On 1/21/08, Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at verizon.net> wrote:
> >From: John Floren <slawmaster at gmail.com>
> >Date: 2008/01/20 Sun PM 04:05:24 CST
> >To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
> >Subject: Re: [rescue] AS/400? Anyone?
> <snip>
> >As long as you don't pick the Budweiser that everyone seems to think
> >all American beer resembles, American beer is damn tasty too. Avoid
> >Genesse beer if you're ever in Rochester, though ;) But if we're going
> >to spread stereotypes... the reason beer is so important in Britain is
> >because they need it to cover up the crap food.
> >In seriousness, though, the Irish guy I worked with last summer said
> >most of his Irish friends drink American beer. He's a big fan of
> >American beers, seemed to quite like the stuff they made out on
> >Hawaii.
> Ten years ago, my wife and I went to Germany and while in a college-age club I
> noticed that everyone was drinking Budwiser. I asked about it, and they said
> that everyone also was smoking Marlboro (red pack) cigarettes and wearing
> Diesel jeans because they were "so popular in America".
> It's funny, I can't stand Heinekin beer, but in the clubs here in America that
> was what everyone else was drinking (10 years ago) I assume because it is "so
> popular in Germany"...
> Personally, I like Yuengling Lager (from Pennsylvania), but I don't have a
> very discriminating pallet.

Hey, you're talking to a college student here, "discriminating" is not
usually applied to my taste in alcohol. I'll happily drink cheap
American/Canadian beer because 1. It's cheap, 2. It goes down easy,
and 3. I'm not really a beer snob.

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

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