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March 28, 2013


Guests stranded at Tan Hill pub - four days and counting

(Thanks to W. von Papineau)


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GUESTS at Britain's highest pub in Britain have been stranded for four days and counting.

Calling Mr. Editorial Person

or the Department of Redundancy Department.

Meanwhile in a telephone interview with Ms Daly,guests could be heard singing Timothy, Timothy...

I've been there! It's a wonderful pub and I wouldn't mind being marooned in it for a week or so.

I too have had the pleasure of quenching my thirst in this fine establishment, and will be there again in a month's time. I understand the place is for sale. Hmmm. If we buy it, will y'all come visit?

Is a tied house, or do they have a choice of brews? Not that it would matter ...

'Tis a Free House, Omni.

Snowed in @ 1,700 feet elevation? Heck, half of Nodak is more altitudinous than that! Snow doesn't stop us frum makin' a beer run, no matter how deep it gets ... unless, of course, the beer is free where we are ... mebbe the Brits should be told of that primary tool everyone has (year around) in Nodak ... a shovel ...

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