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Many different people collect many different things, but if you want to collect beer cans, here are a few things you should know. The first beer cans were used in the mid-1930’s by the Krueger Brewing Company. The beer can was more easily accepted in the United States than in Europe or other countries so European beer cans are harder to find, more desirable by the collector and thus higher priced than their American counterparts.
There are many types of beer
cans, from the flat top which is the most familiar to the people of our generation, to pull tabs and cone tops from the generations
past. Although collecting cans can be fun, one of the disadvantages is that they can take up a lot of space. If you are
a beer can collector or trader, check out the huge collection at: www.beercansandsigns.com
There are many types of beer cans, from the flat top which is the most familiar to the people of our generation, to pull tabs and cone tops from the generations past. Although collecting cans can be fun, one of the disadvantages is that they can take up a lot of space. If you are a beer can collector or trader, check out the huge collection at: www.beercansandsigns.com
Mikey and his new girlfriend recently decided to purchase a farm in southern Virginia and with this farm they got a few head of cattle. Noting that the cattle needed a little companionship, Mikey told his girl that he wanted to buy them a bull. Knowing Mikey, his girlfriend told him, “Why don’t I go out and buy the bull. When I find one, I will call you and you come on down with the trailer to pick him up.” Mikey agrees and off she goes in search of a bull and she finally finds one in a remote ranch in North Carolina.
However, the rancher did not have a phone and cell phones are useless in that area. So the rancher told her to go into town and send a telegram. She says, “great idea” and goes to town. Upon arriving at the Western Union, she asks the guy behind the counter, “how much to send a telegram?” To which he replies, its 75 cents per word. Her being as cheap as Mikey, thinks about it for a minute and then says to the man, “okay, send Mikey one word only” and the man asks, “and what word would that be?” She says, “comfortable.” The man looks at her and says, “are you sure your boyfriend Mikey will understand that message.” “Sure,” she says, “Mikey reads so slow that when he gets this out, he will see, COM-FOR-DA-BULL.”