A Toast to My Brother-In-Law — My brother-in-law and I disagree about a great number of things. He’s a Hans Zimmer fan, and I’m a John Williams diehard. He likes war movies, and I like musicals. He prefers flying, and I prefer train travel. But there’s one thing we can definitely agree on: beer. This is a picture of me giving the maid-of-honor toast at my sister’s wedding — and yes, I’m giving the toast with beer, not champagne. Cheers, Andrew!
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