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    The black dog, buried in the pile.

    Trip wire got ya, John.
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    Yep, it's a seek and find, like where's Waldo.
    Iron by iron is sharpened, And a man sharpens the face of his friend. PR 27:17

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    Well I'll be.... I see the dog now. Well I'm dead and everyone around me got waxed by a bouncing betty!
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    Ahhh college! I miss you so much.
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    "Depression is just anger,, without the enthusiasm."
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    Old Style was the big one at my college.

    One guy I know wallpapered his dorm room and made furniture out of it.

    He only lasted one year!

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    This was taken before 1985 as that’s around when they phased out the stubby beer bottles up here and brought in the long neck twist offs.
    I like the crown Royal ‘crown’ on the tall stack.
    My first two apartments had beer case furniture. That and duct tape, you could get pretty creative.
    In the second apartment I even learned to rinse the bottles before building the furniture.
    Hehe.
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    One friday night someone broke a bottle on the floor. Quickly a towel was grabbed and wrappeed around the mess and then shoved under the bed.

    The next morning being broke and nothing to do we didn't want to loose the return on the bottle.

    It was a great puzzle to put it back together with scotch tape and the neck stuck out good enough we didn't get fined on the return.

    OH to be young again!
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    I got a return on many a pop bottles. But not on beer bottles
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    It's just Sharpening, right?
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    Way back in the day--around 1971 there was a store in Spokane that sold Lucky Lager beer for$3.98 per case of 24 of loose pack of 12 oz bottles. loose pack meant that there weren't any 6 packs.

    It was brewed in Vancouver WA and it was really popular. It was a twist top and they had a 'puzzle' inside each cap. I hate to think how many cases of it I drank

    There was also a beer called Heidelberg and it was in a 'Keg Bottle'. It was a stubbly but the bottom was shaped like a keg. As far as I know it was the first to come with a twist top. Us kids had been drinking it on the weekends for months.

    My dad had been bringing some home and he didn't know that they had the twist tops. One day mom was gone somewhere and dad sent me to get bet him a beer, so I asked if I could have one and said 'Yea the old lady ain't home". So I brought two bottles in and as he reached for the opener I just twisted the lid off of mine.

    He said "How the hell did you do that"? I said it was a twist top and it just unscrewed. To this day I can see him twist the top and look at the threads on the bottle in wonderment.

    Ah those were the days.

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    Our house is as Neil left it- an Aladdin’s cave of 'stuff'.

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