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Jun
17

Still One Beer A DAy

By Andy Murphy
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What do you think? Should this be the BeerADay.net theme song?

It starts out so promising… let that be a lesson to us all, never start a relationship with a Corona!

Wondering where the latest updates are at? You’re not alone. It seems life can get in the way — but not in the way of drinking beer. I owe all of you several posts about the great beer I’ve been drinking, and I expect to catch up with some quality posts this weekend.

(Once I get through July 4th weekend, my posting schedule should right itself.)

In the meantime, keep watching BeerADay.net and the BeerADay Twitter account for updates. I almost always post a brief note about the beer I’m drinking on Twitter. If you are on Twitter, please give me a follow. And if you AREN’T using Twitter, my most recent updates are always available in the side panel of BeerADay.net.

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The best thing about that song is the existence of a steel guitar. I remember a day when country music involved things like steel guitar and stand up bass and singers that wore cowboy hats because they were from the cattle raising part of the country not to hide hair loss issues but somewhere in the book I lost my page and the next thing I knew I was in an American Legion post in western Missouri and the male star of a county music video was wearing leather pants, a pastel colored pirate shirt and a ring on his index finger. I turned to the pastor and asked, “What fucking part of California am I in?” and the good gentleman replied with dignity and patience, “France.”

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