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Viking Bar revival thread!

Old 23rd Dec 2007, 20:45
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Eastern Europe..?

Hmm, that sounds interesting. Poland?

Hot babes and cheap vodka, or so I hear.

Merry Christmas to all of you.
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Old 25th Dec 2007, 18:47
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OK,....picking up the pieces and trying to come alive again after all that food that was stuffed down my throat yesterday!
Although no "palt" was ingested, I still experienced something resembling "palt-koma". Any and all from the northern parts of Sweden will know what I mean!
From now on, this feeding-hatch shall be shut! ...at least for a few more hours.
TD,
Sort of sorry to hear about you being called in for duty.
On the other hand, Montevideo sounds like an interesting place and with a 34-hour lay-over, I'm pretty sure you will enjoy yourself!
I know I would've......
Hårek,
PL, LT, LV, ES?
Contract-gig goin' on?
The kids have gotten plenty of attention, so they should be content by now.
I'm holding wifey on arm-lenghts distance,...and then some,.....so that I can hang out in The Bar. No 24-7 commitment though!!
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Old 25th Dec 2007, 19:18
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Yeah, should be interesting here in MVD, but the place seems kind of dead.
Guess I will have a good meal, then read a good book.

Guess I am getting old.
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Old 25th Dec 2007, 21:30
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Why grow old when you can die young at 100? No, TD. What has hit you is a case of getting-too-much-in-too short-a-time. Even if you won't tell us about it
I am off until 27th and will be home on Newyears eve to cook for my family and launch the fireworks
And going to Guadeloupe to sail in a warm breezes for two weeks, leaving mid january
Life is good!
And now it's Miller time. Hello Picadilly Pub!
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Old 25th Dec 2007, 21:54
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What has hit you is a case of getting-too-much-in-too short-a-time.
Nah, have not been getting much lately.
Just on my best behaviour, quit smoking for the 11,000th time and have to be careful:If I go out to drink and dance, I will end up drunk with a hooker on each arm and a ciggie in my mouth...I know the devil and he is us..

And going to Guadeloupe to sail in a warm breezes for two weeks, leaving mid january
Aye ya swinedog, going sailing without me?
Gonne stop by Florida on the way, or ya flying straight over there from Frogland?

Say hello to the halfbaked French virgins in Guadeloupe, they are friends of my fantasy...
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Old 26th Dec 2007, 10:20
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TD,
Hmm, that sounds interesting. Poland?
No, Belgrade, Serbia. Do`nt know much about the place, but from what I`ve seen/experienced, it needs to be checked out a bit more in depth. On the down-side, no 34 hrs layover, I`m afraid.

An2,
PL, LT, LV, ES?
Contract-gig goin' on?
None, see above. Guess you can call it a contract-gig. Testflying a 737, then off to more central regions of EU for a ferry flight of the same type, and then up to "the old country" for New Years with Mack Øl og Linje Aquavit .
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Old 27th Dec 2007, 16:41
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Belgrade, Serbia.
Hmm, sounds interesting.
Them girls over there probably dig Westerners with their hard currency, then some?
Request full report.....

Back from Uruguay...As expected, good food and pretty girls, but Santa did not make it all the way down there towards the South Pole.
Probably because the weather was lousy, rain and strong winds, some kind of frontal passage.
Better luck next time.
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Old 30th Dec 2007, 01:01
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Hey Dog. There is room for you and the missus if you so desire! We are going to have a good time in the breze. Two weeks! You have my number. Hug the madonna.
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Old 30th Dec 2007, 01:15
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We need pilots.

Hi fellas.
If you didn't know, my company is looking for more operative personel. If in case you are pilots with some experience, if you manage scandi language and if you enjoy good life, look into applying at Wideroe. I have been working here since 1985 without regrets. You will have pleny of time off to spend all the money earned...
And if luck is your lady, you might even get to do your supervision in my cockpit!
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Old 30th Dec 2007, 02:08
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Alcohol present

I was thinking one day, and this is very unusual!
There seems to be some discussion weather Viking Bar is a new phenomenon in the world.
Let us put this to rest now! There was always a bar like this. So hang out and drink. And keep the dogooders out. I am certain that language and humour will lift our spirits high and our companies afloat. Happy Newyear
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Old 30th Dec 2007, 04:47
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Hey Dog. There is room for you and the missus if you so desire! We are going to have a good time in the breze. Two weeks! You have my number. Hug the madonna.
Aye my man, not so fast...Being the junior guy at my new gig I ain´t got the days off to take on a sailing vacation like that.
The will and the want is strong, but reality is harsh and I shall be home polishing my own ship and lusting for more off days in a row..

(Should have gone to Wideroe or soome other steady firm back in the mid 80s, but my career planning has always been lousy and now I am paying the price, junior man in base...)

Say hello to the Lady, and go easy on them rum-punches, ya hear?
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Old 30th Dec 2007, 09:30
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So I`ll see ya back on line after the new year Mr. E. Heading for KKN for the big night of firecrackers but we`re a nice bunch this time, so things will be taken care of. Just hope the ruskies don`t celebrate by sending some "fireworks" westbound.

But as E says, it`s a fine company to work for, you could even call it a large family. Good luck to those who apply, and do your homework before taking the emrty tests

Oh yeah....

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
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Old 31st Dec 2007, 10:34
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...back on-line again.
Sitting in Stockholm, about to leave for the Best-coast.
...by train, I might ad, since no fly-boys wants to work this day!!
New years eve will be spent with missus and the kids, so no relaxing I'm afraid!
I'll be on "pots`n´pans"-detail before I know it!!
That's what you get for sneaking off to ARN to fool around in the sim!
Guttn,
Your roster takes you to Kirkenes on a New Years Eve?! ...you seem to handle it well though!
Hårek,
Go easy on the Mack!!
I've seen what it can do people! ..not to mention the aquavit!!
Happy New Year!! to you all!!!
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Old 31st Dec 2007, 13:40
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An2, that`s right, but I have good company and the beers are getting chilled outside the hotelroom window. Late late check in tomorrow too. We are liking already! And just relaxing to the tunes of Hendrix before dinner..... uhhh beer. Good luck at your new job, and maybe we can have a coffee... uhhh two tall and frosty ones I mean, when I have nightstops at OSL again.

BTW, Mack gives killer headaches!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL VIKING BAR MEMBERS!!!!!!
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Old 1st Jan 2008, 04:55
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BTW, Mack gives killer headaches!
Amen bro...

Earlier this year I went back to the cold country and stayed a few days with friends way up North.
Needless to say we swallowed more than a few.
Next day I felt like dog-poo-poo-poo.

Allah knows I have experience drinking, smoking, fornicating, being arrested, falling on my face, etc..This was different however. The beer up there put me under the table after 0500 hours and not to bee seen untill 1500.

The next day felt like a nuclear attack and the pain did not stop untill deep into the next case the day after.

Allah knows only Carlsberg, Bitburger, Dahls and a few others will carry you through the day without surgery...Stay there, don't go to town with a stranger.

Otherwise: say hello to Ralph...
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Old 1st Jan 2008, 10:15
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Quick fieldreport.... still alive and kicking Didn`t see your warning until now Dog, so we went out. Some cold ones at the hotels with the guys and gals, dinner "downtown" and some more cold ones. Someone tried to give me a Mack, but I diverted their attention, gave it to someone else and got me a Carlsberg. The locals sure know how to do fireworks! A blistering -14,6C will give your beer a slush-like texture.

Good fun, but the boy has to work this evening so it wasn`t an all out war
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Old 2nd Jan 2008, 21:06
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Guttn,
Yes, we should get together for a tall frosty one!
Let me just get mi sweet little *rse up there first, OK?!
BTW, the sim-thingy was on the 737CL,......so now that rating is alive again. I'm a sucker, I know!!


Regarding Mack;
I went to engineering-school with a bunch of Noggies. We (a couple of us guys) used to run a bar in the dungeons below the classrooms, every friday.
One friday, before we were supposed to have a dreaded exam, the Noggie-boyz decided they should get themselves some "real beer"=Mack.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, all but one of them failed to show up for the exam the following monday! That's "The Power of Mack" for ya, right there!!
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Old 3rd Jan 2008, 12:32
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Quick report from Mrs FFF's first encounter with a Danish xmas gig. Well, she might be muslem and all that, but she drinks like a fish and have no problems ingesting vast quantities of pork. So xmas evening went down a treat; I could only hope for a bit of fun for the xmas lunch on the 25th.

But, alas, I was buggered again. She took to the snaps like a duck on water, and positively loved the heering and everything else put on the table. Bugger, bugger, bugger.

Last time for a spot of good hearted fun was on new years evening, where the wacky-backy pipe is usually passed around with loads of bubbly. Nope, no real effect from that either. Floppy, on the other hand, passed out as early as 0500 and had to be carried to the taxi by the Mrs. Bugger, bugger, bugger.

TD
Washing? Ironing? Shopping? Cleaning? Dishes? No sir-e, those are all haram for this here guy. One of the advantages of marrying a good Turkish girl you see - they're usually well groomed from home and know that some tasks are simply not done by men. The above being only a few examples. My new hero is her uncle. Extremely nice guy, and more than just a little rich. That barstward has never, not once, done any domestic work. Hell, he probably don't even know how a vacuum cleaner works. And why should he bother, with a nice wife and a housemaid to keep him in Raki and sandwiches?

He's a sailor too, incidentially. We're off in April for a cruise departing Bodrum. Nice "little" 82 feet Gulet, with 4 crew members to pamper us. Perfect mix that is - 4 guests and 4 crew.

Thinking of renting for a booze cruise if any of the regulars here are interested. Rate in early October is around EUR 1500/day all inclusive (diesel, food, drinks etc). She sleeps 12 in 6 cabins, all with private bathroom. Lemme know if it tickles your fancy, already got a Swede and Aussie signed up, both 757 skippers with the yellow brigade.

Quick edit to insert picture of Gulet, for those of you not fully conversant in things nautic:


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Old 4th Jan 2008, 14:34
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I'm drunk, I'm drunk, I'm drunk.

Just had the department new years do in a nice Italian restaurante. Plenty of red wine, which didn't do much harm, but the owner came down with the home made Limoncello just as the boss had paid the bill. Faaark, that shyte hits. Well, according to my fake Breitling it's now 15:30 local, which means I only have to sit in front of the 'puter for another hour before we potter off to the local watering hole to get throughly shytefaced. Allah is indeed akbar.

Off travelling for the next 2.5 months, will report back at infrequent intervals.

Anybody know of a good brothel in Basel?
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Old 4th Jan 2008, 14:53
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Flip,

what the fck are you doing in BSL? Telling the Farnair guys how to make a loadsheet Or tired of the new Mrs. Flip and a house full of ladies in BSL is what it takes to kick start you again. Swiss or French side in BSL? I might be there next week
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