Author Topic: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)  (Read 259692 times)

Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3400 on: February 03, 2016, 05:37:35 pm »
I never found a proper chippy whenever I've been to the USA. Not sure whether you can get baked beans over there either,
Tarzan and Whip would do well to come over to the UK, do some rides and enjoy some British stuff like fish, chips, beer in pubs and other stuff.

I don't believe this !

The 'baked bean' meal was brought to Europe from Eastern US / Canada. Baking beans was done by the Native First Nation People.
The first can of beans to come to the UK was only 130 years ago.

Have you never watched 'Blazing saddles' by Mel Brooks?

Like I said, I'm not sure. It doesn't surprise me that you can get baked beans in the USA. I've been inside a Wal Mart and you seem to be able to buy anything there but I wasn't going to hunt around a giant maze for something I didn't want.
I never really thought of Blazing Saddles as a documentary. ;D

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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3401 on: February 04, 2016, 06:46:40 pm »
Even more OT:
This post seems to have tripped our work firewall ("alcohol and tobacco" rule IIRC - no mention of firearms). This is very rare, I can see just about every other page on YACF.

A bit ironic, given the fuss about alcohol, UCMA rules etc 12 months ago ...

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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3402 on: February 04, 2016, 07:55:24 pm »
And now of course your firewall can chew on firearms

Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3403 on: February 04, 2016, 08:47:41 pm »
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This post seems to have tripped our work firewall

so we could effectively block you from the forum during working hours by have a sticky with a load of trigger words in?  ;D

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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3404 on: February 04, 2016, 09:58:59 pm »
Beer. Whisky. Cigars. Hand rolling tobacco. Lee Enfield rifle.

There, will that do?

 ;D
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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3405 on: February 04, 2016, 10:10:52 pm »
I did wonder if Kurt could acclimatise himself for a visit to the UK in Little Rock. Surprisingly, he could take up both Cricket and Rugby. Albeit he would be playing cricket with a lot of blokes called Patel.

http://www.bbcamerica.com/shows//blog/2014/03/10-british-things-little-rock-ar

http://www.arktenncricketleague.com/teams/rosters15.php

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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3406 on: February 05, 2016, 04:58:43 am »
Beer. Whisky. Cigars. Hand rolling tobacco. Lee Enfield rifle.

There, will that do?

 ;D
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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3407 on: February 05, 2016, 03:49:15 pm »
Kurt does love rugby, but not a cricket fan.
FYI, he's finally contemplating a trip to England this summer.  :o
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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3408 on: February 05, 2016, 04:20:03 pm »
:thumbsup: :D
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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3409 on: February 05, 2016, 04:21:35 pm »
FYI, he's finally contemplating a trip to England this summer.  :o

I'd be fairly sure he'll be drowning under the offers of accommodation, and ride partners, and BEER ...

Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3410 on: February 05, 2016, 04:23:54 pm »
Kurt does love rugby, but not a cricket fan.
FYI, he's finally contemplating a trip to England this summer.  :o

He'd better brush up on the language, then.  :)

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Re: Tarzan (Kurt Searvogel)
« Reply #3411 on: February 05, 2016, 04:51:34 pm »
people do come to Milton Keynes for a holiday ... it's handy for a lot of nice places to visit.

Yes - like Marsh Gibbon, for example!