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    AN IRISHMAN'S FIRST DRINK WITH HIS SON.
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    While reading an article last night about fathers and sons, memories came flooding back to the time when I took my son out for his first pint.

    Off we went to our local pub, only two blocks from our house. I got him a Guinness. He didn't like it, so I drank it.

    Then I got him a Kilkenny's, he didn't like that either, so I drank it.

    Finally, I thought he might like some Harp Lager? He didn't. So I drank it.

    I thought maybe he'd like whiskey better than beer, so we tried a Jameson's, nope - no go!

    In desperation, I had him try that rare Redbreast, Ireland's finest. He wouldn't even smell it.

    What could I do but drink it!

    By the time I realized he just didn't like to drink, I was so fookin' ****-faced I could hardly push his little stroller back home.
    There is no Spring without Winter, without Mistakes there is no Learning. There is no Life without Death, without Doubts there is no Faith. There is no Peace without War, without Fear there is no Courage. For without Mistakes, Doubts and Fears there are no pathways to Wisdom.
    Ron Owen.

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    Re: An Irish baptism - but always worth an inter-generational try!

    Well done sir
    karl
    Karl

    http://grrrscave.blogspot.com/

    Keep those e-mails and calls to your Congress people coming.

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