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  • ff7134
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    I have no idea why one of those afore mentioned tankers had Ohio plates

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  • captstanm1
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    Sad Day in America's History

    Jim was my friend.....helped me through thick and thin...passed on lots of advice....

    I am in mourning for sure....

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  • Badge174
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    Gentlemen:

    I regret to inform you that to the price of bourbon will now fluctuate in a manner similar to the price of gasoline.

    Long lines will form at liquor stores as we wait for the latest delivery of that amber colored elixir from the Great state of Kentucky (by armored truck I might add).

    It is truely a sad day.

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  • E229Lt
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    It seemed that undispatched tankers were arriving EMPTY and leaving FULL.
    No doubt the Haz-Mat team off-loading a Hazardous substance.

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  • hwoods
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    Check out a Rumor.........

    Some who were in attendance at this horrible tragedy thought they observed an aberration in the water supply shuttle scheme. It seemed that undispatched tankers were arriving EMPTY and leaving FULL. Strange....... Stay Safe....

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  • ChiefReason
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    I smell ROAD TRIP!

    B double E double R U N....BEER RUN!

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  • Lewiston2Capt
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    Jim Beam was killed in a lightning strike yesterday, in attendance at his funeral were close friends Johnny Walker, Jack Daniels, Jose Cuervo and Yukon Jack, who said he flew in from northwestern Canada as soon as he got word of the tragedy.

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  • hwoods
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    A dark day in history.............

    My Sincere condolences to Mr. Beam and his cousins, Jack Daniels, George Dickel, and Jeremiah Weed. Also to their uncle, Old Grandad, and his sidekick, Kentucky Gentleman. And Also, the family pet, Wild Turkey. Stay Sober....

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  • Grit76
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    [in a Marlon Brando tone]: THE HORROR..... THE HORROR

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    I found this story in three different news sites this morning. :'( I did have a question though. I read that the whiskey had flowed into a nearby creek. I was wondering how many trucks went home with a "full load" onboard?

    All humour aside, it is a sad day in the neighbourhood when an incident of this type happens; my glass will be "carried" at half mast in mourning.

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  • E229Lt
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    What can I say?

    waaaa
    Last edited by E229Lt; 08-05-2003, 12:47 PM.

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  • engine23ccvfd
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    All I can say is "Thank God it was Not Jack Daniels"

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  • EastKyFF
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    **sob** **sob** Hey, it's easy for you jokers to make fun. Bourbon is king in this state, dang it all.

    There's about 10 minutes of video from yesterday's news on www.wave3.com --just look for the link to the video of the Jim Beam fire. At the end they show some of the footage of the Heaven Hill fire in 1996; it was much worse and the video is unreal. Enjoy.

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  • Bones42
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    A moment of silence for a lost "friend".


    Hey Chief, I'll handle the run off!

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  • ff7134
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    Thats Alcohol abuse!! What a shame so much fine bourbon
    gone to the God-of-Fire.

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