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    I'm drinking Jack Daniels and playing football

    I just scored a touchdown.






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    OMG, I have not seen one of those since about 1977... I must be old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollinrob View Post
    OMG, I have not seen one of those since about 1977... I must be old.
    Yeah, I hadn't seen mine since the late 70s, but scored one on eBay. Still awesome.

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    I had one like that. About 1979, I guess. Awesome indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollinrob View Post
    1977... old.
    fwiw, among my core circle of friends I'm considered the "old guy" for being a member of the quarter-century club

    Most of our nostalgic drinking games involve Nintendo 64 games (ie Mario [Drinking] Party, [drunk driving] Mario Kart, Super "smashed" brothers, etc)
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    Those were awesome, had mine confiscated by many a teacher. I had the head-to-head version too.

    Tell that Jack Daniels if it tries real hard, when it grows up it can be...


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    Hmm gonna have to try me some dickel...not c()de.

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    Cool! I used to love playing mine back in the day. But my fave was the soccer version....I could score a goal every few seconds, I was so good at it. Fun times, fun times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SoleBicycles View Post
    Dude, I have no idea what i'm looking at. What is that thing?
    The best use of 9 volt batteries ever invented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10ae1203 View Post
    The best use of 9 volt batteries ever invented.
    I'm sure there are some wimmenz that would disagree with you ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycleridr View Post
    I'm sure there are some wimmenz that would disagree with you ;)
    I guess.

    I was ten when I had one of those football games, though.

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    The Darth Maul version was sweet...


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    i never saw that two player one.

    you must have lived in a better neighborhood.

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    Hope your drinkin' that "neat"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 768Q View Post
    Hope your drinkin' that "neat"!
    always

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    My dad had a baseball one that I played as a young'n.

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    Those are awesome. Mine's green and around here somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycleridr View Post
    I'm sure there are some wimmenz that would disagree with you ;)
    I could be wrong but I don't think those take 9V.

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    I used to love those football games. I had both as a kid. man, we are old!
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    I still have one. Still is as addictive as it always was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LWP View Post
    Those were awesome, had mine confiscated by many a teacher. I had the head-to-head version too.

    Tell that Jack Daniels if it tries real hard, when it grows up it can be...

    Sippin' or "neat" is the only way in my book, got a 1/2 bottle of Gentleman Jack, Knob Creek, Woodbridge Reserve and my two favorite's Hookers House & Elmer T. Lee. May have to get a bottle of that Dickel when one of them is gone. ;-)

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    Meh, whiskey with 1 ice cube for me

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