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The Long Branch collection:

KBbottles

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Feb 24, 2010
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Sweet local collection!!! This waw very enjoyable to read and you have created a visual archive for all to see. Im inspired to post my new brunswicks sometime :)

Hey how hard is it to get one of those Siciliano blobs? I have some close family with that name.
 

cyberdigger

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Nov 29, 2008
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Thank you Mike! [:)]

Thank you Ken, let's see some Brunswicks! I dug the Siciliano, but never saw one for sale anywhere.. it's listed on Tod's site though.. but as a LB not a RB.. if you got Sicilianos in your family, you better be close wit em.. [;)]
 

Blackglass

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Blackglass, the Lawley Bros is another dug one of a kind so far, is that your surname?
No, the name is just funny by todays standards. You know the term "lol", I assume. Well, sometimes people will write (or text) "Lawl", which sounds like the literal pronounciation of "lol". Just thought it was a funny coincidence, to bad they aren't anywhere near common.
 

Wheelah23

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Glen Ridge, New Jersey
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ORIGINAL: cyberdigger
Blackglass, the Lawley Bros is another dug one of a kind so far, is that your surname?
No, the name is just funny by todays standards. You know the term "lol", I assume. Well, sometimes people will write (or text) "Lawl", which sounds like the literal pronounciation of "lol". Just thought it was a funny coincidence, to bad they aren't anywhere near common.
I thought that too! Now I need to find a "Lawlz" bottle.
 

cyberdigger

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I guess I was born too long ago to ROFL about it, but glad you find it amusing anyway.. I suppose before long there will be collections of bottles with leet expressions embossed on 'em.. [;)]
 

Jim

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Lewistown, PA
Nice collection, Charlie. Long Branch has a pretty nice selection of bottles. I always keep an eyeball out for them for you.

I dug one of the green John Heldt beers once. The guy who owned the place where I dug it was from Jersey, so I gave it to him. ~Jim
 

cyberdigger

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Nov 29, 2008
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Thank you Jim!
I remember one day I was working the river dump and hit a vein of those green John Heldts.. brought home at least 25 of them that day..!
 

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