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Edgars fortified against air and land assault

By johnboy 12 May 2009 22

[First filed: May 11, 2009 @ 11:02]

Hard drinking RiotACT readers will be pleased to learn that, pending delivery of the defence white paper in a decade’s time, Edgar’s Inn of Ainslie has been fortified against aerial observation and attack by Main Battle Tank.

If that perfidious Power To Our North comes for us they’ll have do it with infantry, in turn vulnerable to pint glass.

UPDATED: Proving that things really did happen during my year at the coast it turns out that just last April b2 alerted RiotACT to a mad Volvo attack on the Edgar’s clientelle.

Also RiotACT’s military consultants have been out to inspect the defences and think a serious tank *might* be able to broach the planters. But while they do it will be very vulnerable to RPG’s aimed at their thin belly armour. So Edgar’s has been provisionally approved for tank safe drinking.

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fjc 2:31 pm 25 May 09

actually i thought they were a bit ordinary but when i spoke to the so called gardener one morning he explained that the shrubs will grow out and not to high and the vines over lap and fall down over the planters, i thought that they will look pretty good. i will be drinking there for sure, nothing like a bit of protection from the crazy old lady in the volvo

S4anta 4:52 pm 12 May 09

Mr Evil said :

Possibly to deter lost and drunk ADFA cadets from visiting Edgars as they stagger home from Mooseheads?

Perhaps it is the pb’s version of a monumen tto Adrian Bruford?

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