Bradley the Brave 
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Re: “Veteran Nashville Bartender Joss Hodges Dies; Memorial Tonight

"Two dollas, mate."

RIP Joss

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Posted by Bradley the Brave on 03/06/2013 at 10:07 AM

Re: “Whiskey Wednesday: New Finds and Old Favorites

Where do you eat lunch? Trade you a meat and three for whatever trial flasks are on your pocket!

As for the Dickel, is this why Jack Daniels is rushing out with their new "un-aged rye"? I'm enjoying the rye whiskey craze, but never been a fan of the Dickel. Too many college nights ruined by the good people of Tullahoma.

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Posted by Bradley the Brave on 12/05/2012 at 11:02 AM

Re: “Renard Francois Meet-and-Greet: How to Make Davidson County Competitive with Williamson County

Hey Betsy,

In defence of Peoria: Why all the hate? Let's name several townships a stone throw from Nashville and see who wins the most racist suburb award. Not too long ago, Peoria produced more whiskey than any other city in the US. When you have the largest distillery in the world on your riverbank, you're going to smell some whiskey. Unfortunately, I have never been to Big Al's. But if it's famous, those farmer's daughters must be doing something right. Go Rivermen!

That being said, good luck to Renard. I look forward to hearing his take on the issues for the coming election and he will probably receive my vote. Common sense and transparency are something any government needs, and education is the most important and often overlooked key to any successful city.

Posted by Bradley the Brave on 06/03/2011 at 1:34 PM

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