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Christmas in April

Actually, it’s Christmas 2016 in April 2018, but it’s been worth the wait: Pick’n’Flick finished my hash t-shirt quilt! And here it is: This is the fourth hash T-shirt quilt she’s done. The first three were for Hasher Humper, Zippity Doo, and Upchuck & Die. They’re big things: in the photo Pick’s on a ladder [...]

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Daytona Hashers Find Dead Body

Forwarded to me by Shakesqueer:

I’m disappointed no one mentioned the name of the “jogging club” that discovered the body. The Daytona Hash House Harriers should get some credit, don’t you think?

What’s the most interesting thing your hash has found on trail?

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The Graying of the Hash, Part I

Pick’n’Flick and I are driving to San Diego for a few days. Our friends Spock and Manhandler are in town, so we’re staying with them. We plan to hash with La Jolla H3 Monday evening, then go to a “regular evening picnic at Mission Bay” on Wednesday, according to Spock. He says there’ll be some [...]

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Pedalfiles Bash Trash: RIP Arthur Gash

On Saturday, November 4th, the Pedalfiles Bicycle Hash House Harriers lost our Grandmaster, Arthur Gash.

Gash was a long-time Tucson hasher. I can’t remember exactly when he started running with the jHavelina H3, but it was a long time ago. Pick’n’Flick and I were there for his virgin hash, and later his naming. We barely [...]

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Mending Ripping Down Fences (Updated)

The latest anthrax scare, reported by my friend Tongueless, GM of Gypsies in the Palace H3, San Francisco:

The complaint was posted to an on-line neighborhood forum. The ensuing discussion is interesting. First, you get some insight into public perception of the Hash House Harriers (reasonably positive IMO). Second, speculation on what the vandalism [...]

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“Hash Run” Not a Smash in Weldon

I don’t know … last time I went by a weekend tent revival, it seemed very loud to me, and I’m not at all sure the people who came to it had the “proper conduct expected for people who come in for the weekend.” —Flying Booger

From the Roanoke Rapids NC Daily Herald:

“Hash run” [...]

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Hashing Straight, Ten Years Later

I gave up drinking ten years ago this month. Not sure if today’s the exact day, but marking the on-oniversary on Saint Patrick’s Day seems appropriate, so I’m going with it. Erin go bragh!

I came to hashing as a member of a profession with tight camaraderie and similar drinking and singing rituals, flying fighters [...]

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Time for Another PSA?

 

A hasher named Chef Boy R Dum from Southern Pines H3 in North Carolina wrote up a public service announcement for new hashers, explaining the spirit and “rules” of hashing. Rules in quotes, of course, because Rule One is There Are No Rules. And yet here’s a PSA full of them.

Another hasher, [...]

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