Friday, 20 July 2012

How cool is this?


'I was down in some low dive/talking all the usual jive' (Crooked Judge - New Riders of The Purple Sage)

One of the earliest White Rabbit posts is still the one that is most frequently revisited despite the passing of time, namely the posting on Becky's Dive Bar. I have just been contacted by a guy who does a blog called Boak & Bailey's Beer Blog. He is trying to track down the earliest example of the real ale pub and Becky's Dive Bar - and indeed the rabbit's posting - came to his attention and he contacted me. He also sent a couple of photos. Above is the entrance - and below amazingly is a picture of Becky no less! If you are not in the loop you have no idea how arare - and downright spooky - this is. If you are not in the loop also go read the original posting. Not all - but some things - will become clear!


Talking of cool - the rabbit has spoken to his public via a podcast on all round top bloke Charon QC's blog. Highlights not mentioned in Charon's preamble to the podcast on his blog include Charon nearly lighting the wrong end of his cigarette and the rabbit offering a medal to anyone still listening ...

Have a good weekend all ...


4 comments:

JoJo said...

Very cool!!!

white rabbit said...

JoJo - Indeed. A couple of comments have made their way down to the original btw :D

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Petit fleur said...

The Internet is a crazy cool tool. I found the placement of the kegs odd. We here in the states place them upright. I wonder if that happened over time or if we always did it that a way...?

Yea, my bro is way into Facebook. Recently he was contacted by the son of some guy that played drums with my dad's musical group a million years ago. The dude sent him an old photo of them all together that we had never seen before. Pretty cool and very unusual.

So, how the hell are ya anyway? And what's up with those dang bankers over there??? hee hee!