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2 Acres Plowed June 7th.. 70% drunk in Taoyuan

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2 Acres Plowed June 7th.. 70% drunk in Taoyuan

Postby Proto_tw » 27 May 2008, 14:50

Yes, we may very well be 70% drunk but that's also the name of the place..

Starting early this time.. 8pm - 11pm..
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Hope to see Ya'll there..
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Postby FishMan » 07 Jun 2008, 13:40

If you don't have anything going on tonight - June 7th - and looking for something to do then come down to 70% Drunk, run into some ex-pat old-timers and new-timers, listen to some good old (and new) country-blue grass music, have a few drinks and laughs (also GOOD FOOD)! 8 to 10 pm!

We'd love to have there!

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Postby xtrain » 07 Jun 2008, 16:01

bump - turn up for a good time.

I'll pop by at 9ish.
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