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06-29-2009 04:35 PM #46
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06-29-2009 04:41 PM #49
A bar is an establishment where you have the following:
-A real wooden rail with ill-fitting stools that have been replaced over the years and no longer match
-At least two televisions that can, at some time be hooked into the speakers or turned up loud enough to hear
-At least two bartenders that live in the neighborhood
-Patrons include, young college-aged kids, people who have lived in the neighborhood their entire lives, and at least one elderly man (known only by a nick-name usually something like "Garlic") that sits at the end of the bar and chimes in with completely un provoked stories of how "things have changed" laced with so much salty language that it causes a parson from the church across the street to become slightly dizzy.
-A place where children are welcomed, but frowned upon. Unless of course that child happens to be especially hard.
-A jukebox, make or model does not matter, that needs to include (but not limited to) the following: CCR, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, The Hold Steady, Dave Matthews, Jaco Pastorius, Rush, Queen, The Velvet Underground, Megadeth, Dexter Gordon, Duran Duran and They Might Be Giants.
-There must be at least three varieties of beer that cost less than four dollars a pint
-The food must be good, but not great. And the menu must include at least one fried item that might not normally be fried and one item that seems way too classy for the establishment thus making you question its quality
-The only crazy stuff on the walls should be things donated by patrons and hung by the bartenders themselves.
It must play the Orioles at all times.
I have a place as such.
06-29-2009 04:45 PM #50
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06-29-2009 04:50 PM #54Shorebirds
- Join Date
- May 2006
Well, I'm grateful to have lived in Columbia, and am raising my family of Baltimore fans there. There are advantages to living on a street named Rocksparkle Row
06-29-2009 04:51 PM #55
I would like to print a shirt that says "Shut Yarmouth".
Maybe the bandwagoneers who are familiar with Cape Cod would get a kick out of that.
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