[BH4] Fwd: [Hash-l] Guinness and the Hash
schporto at gmail.com
Thu Nov 8 09:31:21 CST 2012
While I've wanted to go to Switerland, I think this weekend is going to be
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 1:32 PM, Thomas J. Tarka <tommy at roadtrip.net> wrote:
> Sounds like a challenge...who's with me???
> ON ON!
> Fuk Stik
> -------- Original Message -------- Subject: [Hash-l] Guinness and the
> Hash Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 04:13:09 -0800 From: h3-list at harrier.ch To:
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> Another survey....
> This weekend the Basel H3 has proclaimed that it will try to break
> the world record for the number of drink stops in a run.
> So what's the record?
> I remember the pub crawl from Eurohash '94 - 17 stops with at least 1
> km between the drinks. Daunting.
> I did at least 18 pubs on one Firkin run in London, however didn't
> complete the course as a curry dinner interfered.
> There have been a couple of A-Z runs around (London, Sydney?) with 26
> sanctioned drink stops.
> Don't recall how many on the Monopoly Board runs but it must be more.
> And didn't the Chapel Street Chunder have somewhere in the
> neighborhood of 43 stops?
> The F.I.L.T.H. H3 69th featured 69 drink stops however that was over
> 3 days (I managed 64 or so of them, missing the first evening.)
> Of course minimum consumption rules apply.
> On-ON! to BMPH3 Hashmas 2012 brussels.harrier.ch
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> PhD GoNAD H3 Belgian Beer University
> Upcumming distractions:
> Zagreb H3 38 Beers zagreb.harrier.ch
> InterScanDick 2013 interscandi.harrier.ch
> Pan-Africa 2013 panafrica.harrier.ch
> German Nash Hash 2013 de.nashhash.harrier.ch
> Eurohash 2013 eurohash.harrier.ch
> InterAm 2013 interamericas.harrier.ch
> InterHash 2014 interhash.harrier.ch
> Bruxelles Party Like It's 2014 bmp2014e2.harrier.ch
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