wafflecombine wrote:Yeah. I gotta agree. I put those two in my beer and bbq category. Definately great guys who give back to the community - and they'd probably be right at home in someone's back yard with a cold one watching the steaks grill.
20 ounce T-bones, aged 28 days right off the family farm, cold beer and farm fresh veggies.
Best part is, you could tell them to pick up the beer and steaks and pay for them, then ask them to clean up afterwards.