Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

April 12, 2015

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On Saturday, September 29, 1956, a fitter from New Jersey, Thomas Fitzpatrick, culturally rested in the bar. The fun went on as usual until the conversation turned to the subject of traffic. Word for word, and now Tommy is already beating that he can get from New Jersey to this very bar in North Manhattan in 15 minutes.
Tommy was a hot guy, but he knew exactly what was going on. New Jersey has Teterboro Airport, and Tommy has a pilot's license ..
On September 30, at 3 o'clock in the morning, an Irishman drunk in a smoke hijacked a plane belonging to the Teterboro Flight School, and a few minutes later landed on Saint –Nicholas Avenue, not far from 191 Street and right next to the bar where the argument was concluded.
Fitzpatrick got off surprisingly easy. The owner of the plane refused to write a statement about the hijacking, and the selected pilot license - you will think, anyway, Tommy was no longer going to fly.

But as they say, do not promise! Two years later, on October 4, 1958, Tommy was once again culturally relaxing in a bar.

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  • Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

    Do not argue with a drunk Irishman

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