[Edinburgh-pm] Heretical sabbat
cyocum at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 06:52:49 PDT 2010
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IIRC, there were two pubs on that street (Merchants St.). One of them is
"in the basement" according to Aaron. The other one is called
"merchants pub" and you can see it from George IV Bridge. If you want
to meet a Greyfriars Bobby's statue, I can show you how to get there.
On 28/07/10 14:28, Miles Gould wrote:
> Siblings in Last-Thursdayhood!
> The appointed day for the celebration of our monthly rite is tomorrow.
> The Cumberland having been desecrated by the black rituals of the
> Fourth-Thursdayite schismatics, we must find an alternative temple.
> [Until, of course, the appointed time, when the stars shall align and we
> shall rise again and overthrow the oppressive Fourth-Thursdayite junta.
> The suggestions so far are
> (1) The Stockbridge Tap
> (2) Some bar on Candlemaker Row whose name I've forgotten
> (3) Dagda.
> I know I said I'd organise a reconnaissance-in-force of option (2), but
> I wasn't feeling up to it at the weekend. Sorry.
> So, votes? (1) was nice last time we went, but is a bit far out and hard
> to find; (3)'s nice and does good beer, but is a bit small. I vote we go
> for (2) and move on to the White Hart if it turns out to suck.
> Now, can anyone remind me what said bar's called?
> PS Or we could go to the Cumberland. Enough purifying libations would
> probably render it acceptable.
> PPS http://rt.com/Russia_Now/Russiapedia/Those_Russians/lthe-lykovs.html
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