Brotherly Love by Way of Raleigh, Ireland and London

Recently my wife and I were enjoying a meal at Tralia Irish Pub near Brier Creek in Raleigh. (If you enjoy authentic Irish Food (and spirits) along with beautiful Irish Pub ambiance then give them a try.) We were sitting at the bar and finishing a pint when a man walked in and sat down a few seats down from us. He ordered a double Tito Vodka, straight, no ice and spoke in a distinctive British accent, which is something you don't normally hear in Raleigh, and especially in an Irish Pub. The bartender commented on his choice of drink and said that it was a "man's drink". The Brit told him that he had been stationed in or near Russia for three years as a British Army officer. This was getting

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