S: Eduardo Brave
FC: Eduardo Bravo | December 17, 1970
3: A man's age represents a fine cargo of experiences and memories. ~Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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8: MEMORIES By: Michael Munoz | One year Ed and I went to Acapulco. We decided to drink a decent amount of liquor prior to going to a night club. The club was fairly empty when we arrived and a short time thereafter the power went out. Neither factor bothered us. We continued drinking and we eventually passed out on some large counters. For some reason we both woke up at the exact same time. The club was now full, we were surrounded by people, and the music was blaring. We looked at each and just started laughing. At this point we were ready to get off counter and continue enjoying our trip.
9: It's hard to beat a person that never gives up. ~Babe Ruth
10: The Volleyball Team!
11: Fantasy Football League: Los Futbolistas Chingones, AKA "LFC" Team: The Generals Captain: Dirty Commish | Monday Night Basketball
13: Happy 40th Birthday Eduardo! When I sit and think about growing up in Chicago, on 17th Place, my happiest memories always include you. Playing kick the can and hide and go seek outside or playing inside with our barbies and cars. Sitting together in the way back of Pa's old station wagon on our way to California or Mexico. I even remember the half dollar coins our grandfather Salvador would give to us when we swept the hall that he used to own on Union. One of the sharpest memories I have of us, of you really, is the time that you got lost in Manzanillo. I remember clutching Ma's hand, tears streaming down our faces, as we roamed the streets looking for you. At one point we stepped into a church so that Ma could pray for your safe return. I remember closing my eyes tightly and promising to be the best sister to you if you came back. I don't know if I have lived up to my promise, but I can say that I had a great childhood because of you, my big brother, my childhood friend and playmate. Happy Birthday. May your next 40 be filled with love, laughter, and much happiness. | Letty
15: At the age of 40, a man named Harland David Sanders (September 9, 1890 – December 16, 1980) opened a small service station in Corbin, Kentucky and began cooking chicken dishes for people who stopped by. Since he did not have a full restaurant he served customers in his nearby living quarters. Over time his local popularity grew and Sanders moved to a motel restaurant that seated 142 people, where he developed his "secret recipe" for frying chicken. The local governor soon gave him the honorary title of "Kentucky Colonel" which he embraced by developing a trademark mustache and goatee and donning a white suit and string tie (in fact, he was never seen without this attire in public). Over the next 20 years his "finger lickin' good" meal grew to become the fast-food sensation of the 1960s. Sandars turned his little shop into the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise and by 1964, when he sold his stake in the company, the Colonel's chicken was being sold at over 600 outlets nationwide.
16: I never really knew what Lalo’s job was, except that he was always bringing home presents. Not just any presents, but cool presentslike oatmealAND GATORADE! How cool is that? I don’t remember much of what happened that day. All I know is that I ate bowls and bowls of Cap n’ Crunch. What did they put in that stuff? Why did I keep eating it? Do they even make that cereal anymore? Anyways, I remember it as being one of the best days spent with my brother.I think. | To a seven year old, fresh out of first grade, he was an international man of mystery. What did he do all day? Where was he always going? Why was he arrested for having a BB gun? The possibilities seemed endless. One day Lalo asked me to go to work with him. He said he wanted me to test out some of his company’s new products, quite similar to a lab rat you test shampoo on. Despite the fears of growing a third eye or losing all my hair by age 8, I happily obliged. Why? The answer was in the swag. | Lalo.
17: I’d also like to apologize for wasting half of his bottle of snazzy “Eternity” cologne back in 95’. It wasn’t my fault that the house smelled like burnt matches. What was I going to do? Obviously, I had to spray down the whole house. Ma would question why I felt the refrigerator needed a good spritz or 2, but I think I was just caught up in the moment. That was good stuff! | My memories of Lalo might be hazy and smell like a young professional, but they always make me laugh. He may not be the most attractive of the bunch, ahem but he turned out alright. Happy Birthday, DB (the attractive one of the bunch)
20: 40 years = 480 months = 2,087.09828 weeks = 14,609.688 days = 350,632.511 hours = 21,037,950.6 minutes = 1.26227704 x 10^9 seconds | your first
21: your next | 60 years = 720 months = 3,130.64742 weeks = 21,914.5319 days = 525,948.766 hours = 31,556,926 minutes = 1.89341556 x 10^9 seconds
24: "Even though I'm a year older than he is, he always looked up to me as his mentor. This picture might have something to do with it." | Memo
25: A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and sings it back to you when you have forgotten the words. ~Anonymous
26: Thanks Memo! | Thanks Moi! | ...and they called Forbes Dormitory "Six Pack" because... | Country Market Grocery List - Ramen Noodels
27: "We had a great time in that jeep...almost getting arrested for passing a taxi driver a beer on a main road along with someone slapping a girls booty while going about 30mph." Jesse Garcia, Cancun Trip of '92-'93
28: On December 17, 1970
29: It was 1 degree F outside. A loaf of bread costs 25 cents. Richard Nixon was president . The #1 Billboard song was Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel. Bellbottoms were in style...for men. Ziploc bags were created. The Clean Air Act is signed, giving auto makers 6 years to develop engines that are 90 percent emission free. All in the Family wins an Emmy Award.
33: My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it. ~Clarence Budington Kelland
37: We love you. ~Your friends and family