Well, yay, I have two recent incidents to add to my Suspicious White Powder files. The first comes from a Tucson hasher, who passes on an email posted to her neighborhood listserv about a month ago:
Good morning Neighbors,
Does anyone know what the white powder that is on the ground all [...]
A query posted to Facebook’s Hash House Harrier page:
I am thinking of starting a hash house harriers without beer but only vodka and wine. Is this allowed?
Several hashers left comments, most along the lines of “no rules, do what you want,” but a few said that beer should always be present since it [...]
Reading the hash list this morning I came upon a new wrinkle in hashing. I think it’s interesting enough to share here.
In respect to “hare and hounds” being synonymous with “hashing,” have you noticed these guys from Pensacola? www.easthillhash.com. They say they are a “hash-type club” but intentionally don’t call themselves “Hash House Harriers” [...]
Here’s a screen capture from the Half-Mind Events Calendar:
Normally I include links in calendar entries so that readers can go straight to the event’s own website if they’re interested and want to know more. In this case, however, the event’s own website turned out to be no good, so I linked to the [...]
A couple of items that have been bouncing around in the bottom of the bag:
Hops, he of Red Dress Run fame, shares my disdain for the widely-used “Drinking Club with a Running Problem” motto. It’s certainly true hashers drink (most of us, anyway). It’s certainly true we traditionally have beer after a trail. But [...]
In a recent post I wrote about non-hashing running groups copying and co-opting our long-time hashing tradition, the Red Dress Run. In that post I mentioned efforts to head off a non-hashing RDR in Las Vegas, Nevada.
I wanted to share with you a happy note from Have Shit Will Travel of the LVH3, who [...]
Long title: defending Red Dress Runs from non-hashing poachers … and why it’s important.
Friend of the blog Hops recently posted this on Facebook:
Sadly, many hashers reacted like this:
Don’t get me wrong. I understand the reaction (even though it’s assholish). There are no rules, the minute we start getting organized we [...]
Lima H3 (I love this photo, that's why)
Is Interhash going regional? Well, not officially … but for practical purposes, it does seem to be going that way. Friend of the blog Likk’mm reports in from Pan-Asia Hash in Bandung, Indonesia:
After the voting results were announced at InterHash 2010 in Kuching, the Kenyan [...]