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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 8:26 am

miltiades wrote:
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miltiades wrote:You seem to be in ....Clown cuckoonl land !
Get rid of that stupid bucket, give your singular brain cell some oxygen !!



Started on the Keo a bit early today haven't you...? :lol:


Milti doesn’t drink Keo. It’s a (non) religious thing. :wink:

On the rare occasions that I have a beer is Carlsberg, I will not touch any beer owned by .....God's representatives ie the Church Of Cyprus. ....amen !!


That’s because you are a traitor and will go for the foreign beer over the Cypriot one.

At least I myself have a canundrum in that I am exposed to the best in the world. Carlsberg is the same as our very piss! :D I would rather drink my piss through my sock if I was in a pickle and about to die.

But here is the thing. I am an Agnostic but I am no longer militant about it like the likes of Dawkins and so on. I had a Catholic schooling. I was raised in Orthodoxy and raise my children in Orthodoxy. One of my best friends is an Orthodox Priest and we talk and even argue over the meaning of life but we stay friends and the fact is I just love him so much because he is the best bloke and we are just close.

He values my mindset and I value and respect his. I want my children raised in that environment because it’s safe. I now know where my old man was coming from and I respect that too. He was devout which is why I was schooled in Catholic schools. I School my children in the Anglican System to protect them from people like yourself who are against traditional values.

So much bullshit these days that we got to protect our kids. As a grand father yourself I would have thought you would know better. You need to think out of the box and really look at the decay of society. It’s something that concerns me greatly which is WHY I am a Trump, BOJO and ScoMo supporter. I don’t trust or want this globalism near me or this woke progressivism near my kids. This is a war on ideals. The old vs the new. I’m on the old traditionalist side which values traditional morality and values. I believe in my ancestors not the millennials. Who knows, maybe one day I will change but I can say this, I have 100 times more belief and faith in traditional with systems like Orthodoxy than I do for this woke so called progressivism which I piss on for the debauchery it is.

Don’t start this war against KEO or Orthodoxy or Christianity because in this modern world they are the sane ones that defend morality, humanity, and sanity.

I got to at I am on their side. That’s because there is so much inhumanity these days. We have regressed. Who would have thought that you can legally choose theses of your children in Australia. It really is a sad indictment on all of us. It’s awful...there is nothing progressive about this at all which is why I hang shit on Guardian readers! :evil:

Now be a good Pappou and have a KEO beer and help our cause. Bottoms up petsogero! :evil:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Londonrake » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:47 am

I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 10:46 am

Londonrake wrote:I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)


Man, beer culture in Australia is getting huge.

Something like 700 micro breweries and it's becoming an industry or culture all on its own. You can have a different beer for every day of the year in Oz. It's a lot of fun.

Also these micro breweries seem to have their own entertainment facilities. You can have weddings there.

It's becoming bigger than the wine industry and I am sure you are familiar with the Claire Valley, Barrossa and Maclaren Vale wineries, 8)

Can't wait to get back there. 8)
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Londonrake » Sat Aug 31, 2019 10:56 am

Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)


Man, beer culture in Australia is getting huge.

Something like 700 micro breweries and it's becoming an industry or culture all on its own. You can have a different beer for every day of the year in Oz. It's a lot of fun.

Also these micro breweries seem to have their own entertainment facilities. You can have weddings there.

It's becoming bigger than the wine industry and I am sure you are familiar with the Claire Valley, Barrossa and Maclaren Vale wineries, 8)

Can't wait to get back there. 8)


Yep. Been up the Barrossa valley lots of times. Drank Jacobs Creek in Jacobs Creek. :D I think Penfolds is the last winery, although I’ve only very hazy memories of that one :lol: Done the Maclaren Vale continuous picnic. Bumped into the Beatles and ABBA there actually. :wink:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:15 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)


Man, beer culture in Australia is getting huge.

Something like 700 micro breweries and it's becoming an industry or culture all on its own. You can have a different beer for every day of the year in Oz. It's a lot of fun.

Also these micro breweries seem to have their own entertainment facilities. You can have weddings there.

It's becoming bigger than the wine industry and I am sure you are familiar with the Claire Valley, Barrossa and Maclaren Vale wineries, 8)

Can't wait to get back there. 8)


Yep. Been up the Barrossa valley lots of times. Drank Jacobs Creek in Jacobs Creek. :D I think Penfolds is the last winery, although I’ve only very hazy memories of that one :lol: Done the Maclaren Vale continuous picnic. Bumped into the Beatles and ABBA there actually. :wink:


I just shared a bottle of Jacobs Creek with a couple of friends but in Brisbane. I always insist on the Barossa Reds. Penfolds is in the Adelaide foothills. That’s the Rolls Royce of wine.

The Adelaide wineries are just so nice.

Yeh the Beatles have a history in Adelaide. Best city in Australia by a long shot. So much culture.
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Londonrake » Sat Aug 31, 2019 3:21 pm

Paphitis wrote:
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Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)


Man, beer culture in Australia is getting huge.

Something like 700 micro breweries and it's becoming an industry or culture all on its own. You can have a different beer for every day of the year in Oz. It's a lot of fun.

Also these micro breweries seem to have their own entertainment facilities. You can have weddings there.

It's becoming bigger than the wine industry and I am sure you are familiar with the Claire Valley, Barrossa and Maclaren Vale wineries, 8)

Can't wait to get back there. 8)


Yep. Been up the Barrossa valley lots of times. Drank Jacobs Creek in Jacobs Creek. :D I think Penfolds is the last winery, although I’ve only very hazy memories of that one :lol: Done the Maclaren Vale continuous picnic. Bumped into the Beatles and ABBA there actually. :wink:


I just shared a bottle of Jacobs Creek with a couple of friends but in Brisbane. I always insist on the Barossa Reds. Penfolds is in the Adelaide foothills. That’s the Rolls Royce of wine.

The Adelaide wineries are just so nice.

Yeh the Beatles have a history in Adelaide. Best city in Australia by a long shot. So much culture.


They were both “tribute” bands of course but really good actually. Especially when you’re half way up the vale. :eyecrazy: :lol:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 4:10 pm

Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:I think the bottled Carlsberg’s actually brewed here (near Larnaca?). Not sure about the canned stuff.

When I used to visit here, back in the 70s, all you could get was bottled Keo or bottled Carlsberg (known as “Charlie” for some reason). 8)


Man, beer culture in Australia is getting huge.

Something like 700 micro breweries and it's becoming an industry or culture all on its own. You can have a different beer for every day of the year in Oz. It's a lot of fun.

Also these micro breweries seem to have their own entertainment facilities. You can have weddings there.

It's becoming bigger than the wine industry and I am sure you are familiar with the Claire Valley, Barrossa and Maclaren Vale wineries, 8)

Can't wait to get back there. 8)


Yep. Been up the Barrossa valley lots of times. Drank Jacobs Creek in Jacobs Creek. :D I think Penfolds is the last winery, although I’ve only very hazy memories of that one :lol: Done the Maclaren Vale continuous picnic. Bumped into the Beatles and ABBA there actually. :wink:


I just shared a bottle of Jacobs Creek with a couple of friends but in Brisbane. I always insist on the Barossa Reds. Penfolds is in the Adelaide foothills. That’s the Rolls Royce of wine.

The Adelaide wineries are just so nice.

Yeh the Beatles have a history in Adelaide. Best city in Australia by a long shot. So much culture.


They were both “tribute” bands of course but really good actually. Especially when you’re half way up the vale. :eyecrazy: :lol:


Yeh well, Beatles were in Adelaide before I was born. That would make you a Centurion. :lol:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Londonrake » Sat Aug 31, 2019 7:52 pm

Paphitis wrote:Yeh well, Beatles were in Adelaide before I was born. That would make you a Centurion. :lol:


To be honest, there are some Sunday mornings when I feel like one. Getting too old for all this shite. :( :D
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