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To love Canberra is to love Mooseheads

johnboy 18 September 2008 44

[First filed: September 17, 2008 @ 12:11]

These posters have been on our buses for a while. So perhaps we can debate them dispassionately.

Is there a link between love of our fair city and the linked boozing halls on London Circuit?

Do we love Mooseheads for concentrating the ADFA folk and their hangers on, thereby freeing up the city for the rest of us?

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Mia80 4:37 pm 19 Sep 08

I used to LOVE the Dirty Moose. I was there at least 3 nights a week. I was never associated with those ADFA types, but just loved to dance.
Then it burnt down.
Now I go there and it feels like grab a granny… and I’m the damn granny.

tylersmayhem 12:25 pm 19 Sep 08

Looking at many of the comments I’d take a punt at 11.

justbands 10:48 am 19 Sep 08

At a guess, I’d figure on mid 30s being a pretty common age around here.

crabb 10:01 am 19 Sep 08

Now, that would be an interesting survey. What’s the Riot Act demographic age-wise?

Davo111 9:34 am 19 Sep 08

circusmind said :

What’s the median age in here, 82? Lighten up.

85 actually. 😉 lol

circusmind 3:21 am 19 Sep 08

What’s the median age in here, 82? Lighten up.

ant 9:29 pm 18 Sep 08

Hang on, hang on, back up about half way. People stand in line to get into Mooseheads? WHY?! When did this happen? I’ve never heard of such a thing, you go out to go out, not stand in a line for hours. Bugger that. aren’t there enough nightclubs?

We used to end up there after drunken nights out after work. One of us was friends with a certain motorbike riders’ club and there always seemed to be a few of them drinking with us. I never liked the place much (at all).

johnboy 9:27 pm 18 Sep 08

knock yourself out.

The poll voters however are unusually keen..

rosebud 9:22 pm 18 Sep 08

Can I vote this ‘Featured Post’ lamest ever?

paddytrick 6:51 pm 18 Sep 08

Come for the ADFA boys, stay for the vomit.

toriness 5:03 pm 18 Sep 08

mooseheads. my 2 cents is that it’s a shame that when it burnt down there was time for the clientele to get out unscathed.

davebro 3:52 pm 18 Sep 08

As it is looking increasingly likely that Sarah Palin will be visiting Canberra on official business Mooseheads had better look out!

Overheard 1:30 pm 18 Sep 08

I was never much of a fan of the Moose and have only been in a handful of times. They used to (maybe still do) cheap pints on Friday lunchtimes when it was all very quiet and civilised. Drinking at lunchtime just seems like a remnant of a bygone age in my trade these days.

Went there after a Xmas Party with some bright and lovely young things and offered to shout the first round. Suddenly the round changed from pints to vodka and red bull and I nearly wept when I saw the change out of a fifty. My kids don’t need shoes that much.

Only other time it was reasonably OK was in the wee small hours after the school reunion I organised about four years ago. The drunks started to thin out at about 3am and it was quite pleasant, though my enduring memory is of two mates being hoisted through the door for some minor infraction. It took me three hours to walk (mostly sideways) home to Macquarie and I was still rotten hungover until 6pm. Bah!

Davo111 12:24 pm 18 Sep 08

New Yeah said :

I remain surprised that Mooseheads has been able to rise from the ashes to be Canberra’s preeminent club.

Price, and sponsorship of university events.

tylersmayhem 12:06 pm 18 Sep 08

I remain surprised that Mooseheads has been able to rise from the ashes to be Canberra’s preeminent club.

Gee, and those ashes weren’t suspect?!

Mind you, this topic really is grasping at straws as a conversation piece.

I take back this previous comment of mine JB – it’s turned out to be quite entertaining! 😛

New Yeah 10:24 am 18 Sep 08

Mooseheads hasn’t always been ‘the’ premier booner joint in Civic.

When I had a predilection for dubious beer halls and the wild women within, Mooseheads was no better than the other half dozen clubs nearby, such as Pandoras and the Bin.

I remain surprised that Mooseheads has been able to rise from the ashes to be Canberra’s preeminent club. Like others here, I don’t begrude its existence, but it is a place I do my best to avoid.

cring 9:28 am 18 Sep 08

I just find it extremely ironic when these buses have “SCHOOL BUS” labeled on the LCD panel, despite Krudd’s efforts to curb binge drinking in our youth.

Thumper 8:42 am 18 Sep 08

Oh, come on guys! D*ckhead isn’t a comment worth moderating!

Absent Diane 8:23 am 18 Sep 08

mooseheads? headmooses?? head? moose? hmmm i think i would rather not get head from a moose.

Roma 8:04 am 18 Sep 08

^^ What a horrendous story. So a TV came down on a girls head?!?! Far out.

I have never stepped inside the place, myself. From the stories i’ve heard I really don’t think it would be my cup of tea.

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