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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby BeamStalk » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:33 pm

Welcome Chaplain,

Even though we don't agree on some issues, I have never had a problem with your posts at the swamp. Unlike the vitriol that others post there. *cough*Amy2,Starbuck,Sooty,Terry,Call-Upon-Jesus*cough*

But Ray seems to think they all post within the confines of Christian civility...
The truth may be out there, but the lies are inside your head.
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Blobfish » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:43 pm

Welcome Chaplain Entrekin,
Can I call ya Chap?
I'm a newcomer here as well , you're in good company... but the cooler is usually empty by noon.
Information doesn't kill you.
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Chaplain Entrekin » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:46 pm

Thanks for the warm welcomes. "Chap" is fine. It's what most people call me.
I find your lack of faith...disturbing. -Darth Vader
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Tilia » Wed Mar 10, 2010 2:09 pm

Blobfish wrote:... but the cooler is usually empty by noon.


Which noon?

At my noon there's usually much left.

Unless Alphgeek and Quasar have been busy.

Welcome, Chap.

I post as "Anna Sethe" at the swamp.
Skäms inte för att du är människa, var stolt!
Inne i dig öppnar sig valv bakom valv oändligt
Du blir aldrig färdig, och det är som det skall. Tomas Tranströmer


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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Quasar » Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:31 am

Tilia wrote:
Blobfish wrote:... but the cooler is usually empty by noon.


Which noon?

At my noon there's usually much left.

Unless Alphgeek and Quasar have been busy..

Ooooooh, is that a go at us upside-down people?

Heya Chaplain. There's occasionally a bit of religon-bashing over here, but mostly we're content to restrict ourselves to generic-stupid-bashing, or a bit of religon-flavored-stupid-bashing. You know, the artifical stuff, with all the calories. NOW WITH ELECTROLYTES!
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Vagon » Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:47 am

Welcome to the boards Chap, good to have you here.
"Jesus said its gonna be alright; he's gonna pack my bags so I can walk in the light; you don't mind if I abuse myself so I can hold my head up?" The Choirboys
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby alphgeek » Thu Mar 11, 2010 1:43 am

Great to see you here Chap. I know what you mean about Ray's site, while there are some excellent contributions over there the value equation is questionable for me. Thank goodness most Christians are more like yourself and Annette Acker rather than Ray.

Just be warned, some of us drunk post and on such occasions we may break commandments quite frequently or express our wrath at the Lord most vociferously :twisted: . As a military man you've no doubt heard it all before though. Please don't take it too seriously! And Tilia can we get some nice German beers in the fridge please? I'm particularly fond of the pilz they brew in Koln. No more Foster's Lager ugh!
The fundamental cause of trouble in the world today is that the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt.
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Benjamin Franklin » Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:28 am

I frown upon underage drunk posting.

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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby Tilia » Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:15 am

alphgeek wrote: And Tilia can we get some nice German beers in the fridge please? I'm particularly fond of the pilz they brew in Koln. No more Foster's Lager ugh!



You ask for beer and then for Kölsch? :evil:

It's no Pils (from the Czech city of Pilsen, "Pilz" means "mushroom"), it's a lager and some people call it "beer". No idea why...

But last time I checked, there were several of these bottles in the fridge:
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Inne i dig öppnar sig valv bakom valv oändligt
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Re: Chaplain Entrekin

Postby alphgeek » Thu Mar 11, 2010 1:07 pm

Tilia wrote:You ask for beer and then for Kölsch? :evil:

It's no Pils (from the Czech city of Pilsen, "Pilz" means "mushroom"), it's a lager and some people call it "beer". No idea why...


Oh dear! That's the stuff, wonderful drop :P Our barman warned us not to ask for Kölsch when we went to Dusseldorf but I thought he was joking...apparently not according to Wiki:

Kölsch stands in direct competition to Altbier, the production of which is centred around Düsseldorf. The difference between the two types is indeed technically slight, Altbier being fermented at slightly higher temperatures than Kölsch and using dark malt, harder water and far more bittering hops, resulting in a nuttier, firmer and more dry taste. The rivalry between the cities of Cologne and Düsseldorf, bitter in the past but today mostly a humorous matter, is often expressed by the preference of one of these types of beer, and ordering the wrong kind in the wrong city has in fact resulted in abuse and even violence in the past, although today a couple of jokes about "immigrants" or "foreigners" is probably all that would result.


I quite liked the Altbier as well...that kind of rivalry puts the Melbourne-Sydney thing in the shade though!


But last time I checked, there were several of these bottles in the fridge:
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I'll be keeping my eye out for this one Tilia, looks delicious...I wonder what beer Chap would recommend? These are my favourite at the moment, not easy to get but luckily the brewery is only 20 minutes from work. Especially the red ale and summer ale.
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