I guess I am sort of in recovery of sorts. I don't drink that much anymore, partying sort of lost the fun back in the 80's I guess. I still like to catch a good college football game on a bigscreen tv with a cold brew, but it isn't the same thing as partying like a rock star. Of course, the darts are good no matter where they are...just look out when they start to fly!!!
Anyhow, this is a great site so far, at least for me. It seems to give me a good alternative to getting ready just to go down to the local bar and spend a few hours. Plus, I can just hit the hay when I get tired without having to worry about driving home:)
I have a lot of friends in Chicago and Michigan, but I don't get to get that direction as much any more, so this is a great way to sort of catch up on their lives and maybe share a virtual brew once in a while. I love the idea of sharing pictures once in a while with them. Maybe when i get a Harley I might be able to afford the gas to get there more often:)
I still have a few friends in the music industry, which somehow goes together with the bar theme, so this is also a great place to catch up on the business in other "hot" areas of the country. I love Austin and Nashville, but I am still thinking about Los Angeles- but life seems too crazy out there. I love chatting about music, sound engineering, and guitar....but I am just a novice compared to some of those guys- there lives revolve around the music industry.
I am based in Columbus, Ohio, so kicking back once in a while with friends here that want to run up to the Starbucks and grab a cup of coffee- I'm always game. The area I live in is great for day tripping- there are tons of art galleries and live music venues to catch up on.