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#32 - Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half th… 2 hours ago on The leaf 0
#28 - I hear Bulgaria is pretty scenic, is this true? I've also hear…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/22/2016 on The leaf 0
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#29 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Lies. Our beer is absolute shit and it's only 4% alcohol. Sure, we have, like, 20 different brands, which is a lot for such a small-ass country with only 7 million people in it, but I'm pretty sure all 20 of those are kind of bad. All our other alcohold's good, though. As for the scenery, yes, yes it is. It's mostly due to poverty and the low population density - we don't have the means or need to turn every square meter into parking spaces or farmland. So you end up with lots of trees and beautiful scenery even in the cities. We also have a lot of untouched forests (mostly due to the shit roads) and large regions in the mountains where the only population centers are tiny villages with, maybe, 200 people living in them, so that's where all the good resorts are. If you ever decide to go to a vacation here, stick to the mountain resorts and/or historic tours. For the love of god, stay away from the seaside, that's where all the stupid tourists go, so it's crowded, overpriced and someone's going to try and rob you every 5 minutes. You may not even survive it. Bulgaria is very different from what you're probably used to. It's a bad idea to visit the cities or seaside without a bulgarian friend or a professional guide, who'll tell you how to avoid getting robbed and/or stabbed by gypsies.
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#32 - icedmantwo (2 hours ago) [-]
Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half the fun in going places is trying the beer though, even if it's bad it's still an experience. We have some terrible beer here in Canada too, and our standard is between 4% and 6%. We have some "strong" beer that goes up to 15%, but it's all disgusting. If you want to come to Canada, our cities are fairly boring, though not particularly dangerous. Most of our fun would be in camping trips, either in Northern Ontario or Quebec (if you don't mind sneers when you speak English), or in the Rockies between British Columbia and Alberta. We have a ton of untouched or barely touched land where you can set up camp and not see another human for a week, though that brings some issues of it's own. You definitely need distress beacons or satellite phones, and if you know somebody in Canada, try to get them to bring a shotgun or something in case of bears.
#25 - Where exactly, just out of curiosity. And you folks are lucky …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/22/2016 on The leaf 0
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#26 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Bulgaria. Right above Greece. And every region has it's benefits. At least you guys didn't have to deal with communism or socialism.
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#28 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
I hear Bulgaria is pretty scenic, is this true? I've also heard good things about your beer. And yeah, I'm glad we didn't have to deal with anything like Communism or Socialism Imagine living with both horrible conditions, no booze and communism.
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#29 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Lies. Our beer is absolute shit and it's only 4% alcohol. Sure, we have, like, 20 different brands, which is a lot for such a small-ass country with only 7 million people in it, but I'm pretty sure all 20 of those are kind of bad. All our other alcohold's good, though. As for the scenery, yes, yes it is. It's mostly due to poverty and the low population density - we don't have the means or need to turn every square meter into parking spaces or farmland. So you end up with lots of trees and beautiful scenery even in the cities. We also have a lot of untouched forests (mostly due to the shit roads) and large regions in the mountains where the only population centers are tiny villages with, maybe, 200 people living in them, so that's where all the good resorts are. If you ever decide to go to a vacation here, stick to the mountain resorts and/or historic tours. For the love of god, stay away from the seaside, that's where all the stupid tourists go, so it's crowded, overpriced and someone's going to try and rob you every 5 minutes. You may not even survive it. Bulgaria is very different from what you're probably used to. It's a bad idea to visit the cities or seaside without a bulgarian friend or a professional guide, who'll tell you how to avoid getting robbed and/or stabbed by gypsies.
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#32 - icedmantwo (2 hours ago) [-]
Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half the fun in going places is trying the beer though, even if it's bad it's still an experience. We have some terrible beer here in Canada too, and our standard is between 4% and 6%. We have some "strong" beer that goes up to 15%, but it's all disgusting. If you want to come to Canada, our cities are fairly boring, though not particularly dangerous. Most of our fun would be in camping trips, either in Northern Ontario or Quebec (if you don't mind sneers when you speak English), or in the Rockies between British Columbia and Alberta. We have a ton of untouched or barely touched land where you can set up camp and not see another human for a week, though that brings some issues of it's own. You definitely need distress beacons or satellite phones, and if you know somebody in Canada, try to get them to bring a shotgun or something in case of bears.
#23 - European then? You never really had to deal with Puritan alcoh…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/22/2016 on The leaf 0
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#24 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Yup. East european, even. The land of booze and poverty.
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#25 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
Where exactly, just out of curiosity. And you folks are lucky you didn't try prohibition, that was a terrible move and just resulted in crime and everyone still drank anyways.
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#26 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Bulgaria. Right above Greece. And every region has it's benefits. At least you guys didn't have to deal with communism or socialism.
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#28 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
I hear Bulgaria is pretty scenic, is this true? I've also heard good things about your beer. And yeah, I'm glad we didn't have to deal with anything like Communism or Socialism Imagine living with both horrible conditions, no booze and communism.
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#29 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Lies. Our beer is absolute shit and it's only 4% alcohol. Sure, we have, like, 20 different brands, which is a lot for such a small-ass country with only 7 million people in it, but I'm pretty sure all 20 of those are kind of bad. All our other alcohold's good, though. As for the scenery, yes, yes it is. It's mostly due to poverty and the low population density - we don't have the means or need to turn every square meter into parking spaces or farmland. So you end up with lots of trees and beautiful scenery even in the cities. We also have a lot of untouched forests (mostly due to the shit roads) and large regions in the mountains where the only population centers are tiny villages with, maybe, 200 people living in them, so that's where all the good resorts are. If you ever decide to go to a vacation here, stick to the mountain resorts and/or historic tours. For the love of god, stay away from the seaside, that's where all the stupid tourists go, so it's crowded, overpriced and someone's going to try and rob you every 5 minutes. You may not even survive it. Bulgaria is very different from what you're probably used to. It's a bad idea to visit the cities or seaside without a bulgarian friend or a professional guide, who'll tell you how to avoid getting robbed and/or stabbed by gypsies.
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#32 - icedmantwo (2 hours ago) [-]
Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half the fun in going places is trying the beer though, even if it's bad it's still an experience. We have some terrible beer here in Canada too, and our standard is between 4% and 6%. We have some "strong" beer that goes up to 15%, but it's all disgusting. If you want to come to Canada, our cities are fairly boring, though not particularly dangerous. Most of our fun would be in camping trips, either in Northern Ontario or Quebec (if you don't mind sneers when you speak English), or in the Rockies between British Columbia and Alberta. We have a ton of untouched or barely touched land where you can set up camp and not see another human for a week, though that brings some issues of it's own. You definitely need distress beacons or satellite phones, and if you know somebody in Canada, try to get them to bring a shotgun or something in case of bears.
#20 - Don't get me wrong, you can definitely drink up here, but it's…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/22/2016 on The leaf 0
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#21 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Around here, you could walk down the street with a fucking barrel over your shoulder and a really long straw, if you feel like it. Seems kind of silly to ban the act of walking around with a beer.
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#23 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
European then? You never really had to deal with Puritan alcohol laws. We (even here in Canada) attempted outright banning alcohol for a while. We're still dealing with all the random junk laws regarding it, such as those regulating interprovincial trade.
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#24 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Yup. East european, even. The land of booze and poverty.
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#25 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
Where exactly, just out of curiosity. And you folks are lucky you didn't try prohibition, that was a terrible move and just resulted in crime and everyone still drank anyways.
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#26 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Bulgaria. Right above Greece. And every region has it's benefits. At least you guys didn't have to deal with communism or socialism.
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#28 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
I hear Bulgaria is pretty scenic, is this true? I've also heard good things about your beer. And yeah, I'm glad we didn't have to deal with anything like Communism or Socialism Imagine living with both horrible conditions, no booze and communism.
User avatar
#29 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Lies. Our beer is absolute shit and it's only 4% alcohol. Sure, we have, like, 20 different brands, which is a lot for such a small-ass country with only 7 million people in it, but I'm pretty sure all 20 of those are kind of bad. All our other alcohold's good, though. As for the scenery, yes, yes it is. It's mostly due to poverty and the low population density - we don't have the means or need to turn every square meter into parking spaces or farmland. So you end up with lots of trees and beautiful scenery even in the cities. We also have a lot of untouched forests (mostly due to the shit roads) and large regions in the mountains where the only population centers are tiny villages with, maybe, 200 people living in them, so that's where all the good resorts are. If you ever decide to go to a vacation here, stick to the mountain resorts and/or historic tours. For the love of god, stay away from the seaside, that's where all the stupid tourists go, so it's crowded, overpriced and someone's going to try and rob you every 5 minutes. You may not even survive it. Bulgaria is very different from what you're probably used to. It's a bad idea to visit the cities or seaside without a bulgarian friend or a professional guide, who'll tell you how to avoid getting robbed and/or stabbed by gypsies.
User avatar
#32 - icedmantwo (2 hours ago) [-]
Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half the fun in going places is trying the beer though, even if it's bad it's still an experience. We have some terrible beer here in Canada too, and our standard is between 4% and 6%. We have some "strong" beer that goes up to 15%, but it's all disgusting. If you want to come to Canada, our cities are fairly boring, though not particularly dangerous. Most of our fun would be in camping trips, either in Northern Ontario or Quebec (if you don't mind sneers when you speak English), or in the Rockies between British Columbia and Alberta. We have a ton of untouched or barely touched land where you can set up camp and not see another human for a week, though that brings some issues of it's own. You definitely need distress beacons or satellite phones, and if you know somebody in Canada, try to get them to bring a shotgun or something in case of bears.
#18 - >It's not even legal to have open alcohol in public in Canada  [+] (10 new replies) 07/22/2016 on The leaf 0
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#19 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
It's not? What kind of dystopian wasteland do you live in?
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#20 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
Don't get me wrong, you can definitely drink up here, but it's only on private property, you can't walk down a street with a beer in hand.
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#21 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Around here, you could walk down the street with a fucking barrel over your shoulder and a really long straw, if you feel like it. Seems kind of silly to ban the act of walking around with a beer.
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#23 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
European then? You never really had to deal with Puritan alcohol laws. We (even here in Canada) attempted outright banning alcohol for a while. We're still dealing with all the random junk laws regarding it, such as those regulating interprovincial trade.
User avatar
#24 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Yup. East european, even. The land of booze and poverty.
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#25 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
Where exactly, just out of curiosity. And you folks are lucky you didn't try prohibition, that was a terrible move and just resulted in crime and everyone still drank anyways.
User avatar
#26 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Bulgaria. Right above Greece. And every region has it's benefits. At least you guys didn't have to deal with communism or socialism.
User avatar
#28 - icedmantwo (07/22/2016) [-]
I hear Bulgaria is pretty scenic, is this true? I've also heard good things about your beer. And yeah, I'm glad we didn't have to deal with anything like Communism or Socialism Imagine living with both horrible conditions, no booze and communism.
User avatar
#29 - thechosentroll (07/22/2016) [-]
Lies. Our beer is absolute shit and it's only 4% alcohol. Sure, we have, like, 20 different brands, which is a lot for such a small-ass country with only 7 million people in it, but I'm pretty sure all 20 of those are kind of bad. All our other alcohold's good, though. As for the scenery, yes, yes it is. It's mostly due to poverty and the low population density - we don't have the means or need to turn every square meter into parking spaces or farmland. So you end up with lots of trees and beautiful scenery even in the cities. We also have a lot of untouched forests (mostly due to the shit roads) and large regions in the mountains where the only population centers are tiny villages with, maybe, 200 people living in them, so that's where all the good resorts are. If you ever decide to go to a vacation here, stick to the mountain resorts and/or historic tours. For the love of god, stay away from the seaside, that's where all the stupid tourists go, so it's crowded, overpriced and someone's going to try and rob you every 5 minutes. You may not even survive it. Bulgaria is very different from what you're probably used to. It's a bad idea to visit the cities or seaside without a bulgarian friend or a professional guide, who'll tell you how to avoid getting robbed and/or stabbed by gypsies.
User avatar
#32 - icedmantwo (2 hours ago) [-]
Well that's good to know, thank's for the information. Half the fun in going places is trying the beer though, even if it's bad it's still an experience. We have some terrible beer here in Canada too, and our standard is between 4% and 6%. We have some "strong" beer that goes up to 15%, but it's all disgusting. If you want to come to Canada, our cities are fairly boring, though not particularly dangerous. Most of our fun would be in camping trips, either in Northern Ontario or Quebec (if you don't mind sneers when you speak English), or in the Rockies between British Columbia and Alberta. We have a ton of untouched or barely touched land where you can set up camp and not see another human for a week, though that brings some issues of it's own. You definitely need distress beacons or satellite phones, and if you know somebody in Canada, try to get them to bring a shotgun or something in case of bears.
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