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by Jack F. Stanley
You know many of our Presidents drank. Some were real boozers. I figured I would write a very short bit on the ones who were moderate to heavy drinkers.
I will only list deceased former presidents. Also we had several Presidents who drank in their youth and gave it up. They will not be listed here.
Although the Presidents that drank on average have lived longer, although the odds are changing as time goes on and people are drinking less…
Posted on February 13, 2013 at 1:52pm
Need a plan for New Year's Eve? Want to meet new people and have fun all night long!? We have 3 great packages in store for you!
-The first one includes a dinner party at Bond 45, a very nice restaurant near Times Square, where you get an open bar. After that, we go and see the Times Square Ball drop (we have a special spot reserved for us)
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