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Early bars and memories from your time in the Classic City



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    AnotherDawgAnotherDawg Posts: 6,761 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Those games at Sanford were unbelievable. I was there for the gold medal match, Argentina vs Nigeria, and the atmosphere was unlike anything I've ever experienced at a sporting event.

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    njdawg81njdawg81 Posts: 364 ✭✭✭✭ Senior
    edited November 2020

    Back to OMalley's - there was a bar tender there that taught me a trick with a drink coaster that I still do today. Of course he made a bet from it that I lost.

    You take a coaster and place it on a flat surface (a bar works great) with part of the coaster hanging off the edge. Then with you hand stretched out below the coaster you strike it using the top of your fingers from underneath the part hanging off the bar. As the coaster rotates upwards you grab it between the bottom of you fingers and your thumb before it completes more than 1/2 of a revolution.

    When you get really good, you can do two at a time, one with each hand.

    Something like this (although this is above and beyond);

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    PythonPython Posts: 157 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Seems I remember TKs as being a pretty good place to go.....also......wasn't TK Hardy murdered? Anyway...

    Also I remember when I was there that Prince played either the Georgia Theater or the 40 Watt...I believe it was the 40 Watt

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