/ The Chew Valley gets international acclaim

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Frank the Husky - on 20 Mar 2013
It must be that amazing new guidebook. Or the cakes at the bakery.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amsm61u_P7M

Darren Jackson - on 20 Mar 2013
lummox - on 20 Mar 2013
In reply to Frank the Husky: He may have got it wrong pushing in to Russia but he was damn right about Lancashire crags..
Frank the Husky - on 20 Mar 2013
In reply to Darren Jackson: Oh, nice! Good old Mick etc.
Frank the Husky - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Frank the Husky: Although Mick's Hitler Parody thread has now vanished. Anyone (i.e. Mick) know why? Did some arse complain?
Darren Jackson - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Frank the Husky:

It wouldn't surprise me, in the slightest, if somebody had objected to the thread on the basis that it was disrespectful to Nazis...

P.S. I've recently returned my copy of Over the Moors to the BMC. I'd assumed that it was a modern treatise on the Reconquista and, frankly Frank, I was very disappointed to learn that it was, in fact, full of details of rock climbing on obscure bits of Pennine crags.
Frank the Husky - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Darren Jackson: Yeah, sorry about that. I wanted it to be a deconstruction of the communist utopian ideal, but I was slightly outvoted. Instead you get outrageously photoshopped pictures of sunny moorland crags under blue skies that look clean and have smiling climbers in them. Another sort of utopia.
tom_in_edinburgh - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Darren Jackson:
> (In reply to Frank the Husky)
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> It wouldn't surprise me, in the slightest, if somebody had objected to the thread on the basis that it was disrespectful to Nazis...

Don't you mean the National Socialist Community?
Michael Hood - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Frank the Husky: These parodies never last long, I think Youtube regularly have to remove them when the film company complains. Must be one of the most parodied scenes in film history.

A couple of years ago someone did a great one immediately after it was announced that the gov body I used to work for was being abolished - it only lasted a weekend - which was a shame because only a small number of those affected got to see it.
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Frank the Husky - on 28 Mar 2013
In reply to Michael Hood: Nope, the parodoies are still there, it's the UKC news item that has vanished without trace.

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