USMB Late Night Bar & Grill

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    So what brings you guys to this place at 1:05 AM (EST)?

    My deal is pretty simple...

    I have been visiting my father in Michigan this summer. My girlfriend is back in Jersey. She is supposed to call me sometime soon. So I wait...and chat it up on the ol' message board.

    I have never lived in Michigan, so I do not have much of a social life here. My life consists of golfing with my dad, eating, watching baseball, and spending time online. Not that I am complaining, I enjoy spending time with my dad. Next week I start work back in Jersey, and I will be living at a friends house.

    So there is my story.

    Who else wants to share a little slice of life at the USMB bar & grill.
     
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    I am a true night owl, and my husband isn't. Also, I don't work on Fridays.

    :cof:

    Btw, I like my Grills with an "e" on the end. Makes me feel all sophisticated and stuff.

    :beer:
     
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    The phone call is over, lol...a quick one tonight.

    Anyways, is there a way I can add the 'e'?
     
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    Nah, but we will all imagine it is there. :wine:
     
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    Sounds good.

    A little bit of bar stool conversation: are you from anywhere in the mid-atlantic in particular. I here mid-atlantic and I think of Maryland. I went to a Cheese Cake Factory in Baltimore...they were out of Oreo Cheese Cake :duh3: .
     
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    I grew up in and went to college in NYC, and am now in Delaware, where my husband grew up. ClayTaurus lives in Maryland. Annapolis, to be exact, the lucky duck.

    Btw, if you are interested, there is a map here somewhere that shows where people live.
     
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    I'm in the painful process of readjusting my sleep cycle. I've been hitting the hay at about 4 AM and waking up at 3 PM for the last week or so, but I've got an internship starting in two weeks, and all my college friends have left for parts unknown. Although I'm from New Orleans, I haven't really lived here for any extended period of time since I left for boarding school at the beginning of 9th grade, so I don't know anyone really well. Still can't get to sleep though, and I'm the only one left awake, so it's either this or Jared Diamond's Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed.
     
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    I was in that cycle for a while. I seemed to get better sleep that way.
     
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    So the question is, where haven't you lived in the mid-atlantic?

    I went to a town in Delaware after high school prom, Bethany Beach I believe it was called.

    Sometimes I regret not applying to any NYC schools. Not that I don't like Rutgers, it is just that going to school in NYC would be a whole lot of fun. To be honest though, I am a Chicago guy. Living in the big apple would betray my windy city roots.
     
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    Ironically, I am trying to convince my daughter to not go to school in NYC.

    I've never been to Chicago, but being right on the lake looks very nice.
     

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