If you did, send me some loving in the form of cash! I was fortunate to win my fair share in the form of 3 figures (Ok, in the 1 dollar increment) and made 10X more than I invested.
Following tradition, Robin and I went to my buddy Doug's house to watch the big game. There was Tri Tip, chicken wings, hot sausage, shrimp, tortillas, three kinds of bean dip by Linda, veggie treys, mini corn dogs, poppers, salsa, every kind of chips and dips, breads, sodas, wine and tons of Coors Light and Millers High Life. People from age around 5 to 70's. Good time. One of my buddies of nearly 40 years pulled his pants down to show off his red shorts that said "Hot Stuff" and then proceded to moon the older of the crowd at the time. Yep, I am just a real Humboldt County Okie. And I like it.
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