Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
"Any points... 2 3 4 5 6 8 ? Right. Fuck off then." Makes me proud to be a British wankeur extraordinaire. TWO Arrows died this year. On a high note, they started using a female pilot who is very good, but she is crap at parking, apparently.
In 1989 I saw one of the Snow Birds crash into Lake Ontario. Then in 1995 I saw an RAF Hawker Siddely Nimrod crash into Lake Ontario....7 killed. Not a big fan of air shows.....specially if they are over Lake Ontario:(
Oops, Mary Ann. I met the Chief (?) Snow Bird pilot in Grand Bend, Ontario, and he gave me a bumper sticker set, and a big poster of ALL the pilots, but they all looked the same because they were wearing sunglasses. He also gave me about 10 gallons of Coors for the evening, but I don't think he paid for it. One of the stickers said, "Get high without drugs". I've never looked down since.
I wouldn't pay for Coors either:) Yeeech.
He was sponsored by Coors, so we had to drink it. When he left, he said, "What are you going to do with the rest of your evening?" and I said, "Drink Molson."
Hmmm...not a Molson fan either. They used to be the beer on tap in most places. I did drink Labatt's for awhile but I won't touch the stuff now. There are so many wonderful local micro brews and imported beers...spoiled for choice. Also, my son makes his own beer which is very good:)
I've just remembered - he was sponsored by Labatts, not Coors. That's it for Canadian beers - no wonder you all go crazy in the winter! (and make their own beer...)
I wondered about them being sponsored by Coors as that was an American beer....Yes in the day there was only Molson and Labatt's and O'Keefe....thank goodness things have gotten better:)
Micro breweries are a wonderful thing - especially since most breweries are now more interested in real estate than they are in beer. I didn't see O'Keefe when I was there - any good?
I honestly don't think I drank any of their beers. Carling-Okeefe was around for ages until the late 80's early 90's. They were bought by the Australian company that made Fosters. Then all you saw was Fosters beer everywhere.