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- 06-02-2013, 18:07
I know the poll only goes as "far" back as ECW, but I would say that Hastings (1066) would be THE defining battle for English (British) history. We stopped looking "North" and became part of...
- 13-01-2013, 17:47
When are the French going to admit that they need heavy lift, jet transports if they want to intervene far from Metropolitan France?
Seem to remember when 2REP jumped at Kolwezi, Zaire, in May...
Been twice ('09 and 'l11) on a UK passport, out and back from Gatwick. Booked throuh 'big' UK operators and any docs were supplied with the cost of the holiday. Unsure if a Canadian operator (you...
- 03-07-2012, 17:27
Only required for WIGS...
- 30-06-2012, 16:21
No doubt the march will be a representative cross section of the local residents: apologists from the ROP, 'Respect', supporters of the 2012 University Boat Race Swim-a-thon and the Somali Khat...
- 27-06-2012, 01:14
Did three months in Coventry with work. Shit hole. Should have called it quits after the Luftwaffe paid 'that' visit.
'Nostromo' by Joseph Conrad. Several attempts, but no joy, including trying to read it in the Dominican Republic to see if the 'setting' helped. Nope. However 'Heart of Darkness' and 'The Duel' were...
The cartoon mentioned earlier was in 'Up The Flaklands' or the post War follow up. If I can scan it at work, I'll up load here as I have both on my shelf!
Interesting the comment pre-war about...
Was there a question mark? No?
Then it was a statement.
The Departed: Matt Damon to uniformed MA State Trooper - "Do you own a suit, or do you like coming to work looking like you're about to invade Poland?"
- 08-06-2012, 16:30
In the second decade of the twenty-first century, why do busses not have the facility for "card payment" - bloody Mc-D does and so does every little corner shop (OK, for a 50p premium), so why this...
Afghanistan: 'Cos Pakistan's too hard
New World Order Tour
- 26-05-2012, 10:52
With the exception of Post #15, this is a very interesting thread and not something I was aware of, but could I ask that 'Government' is used in place of 'Gobment' as it detracts from the 'flow', a...
Have to go with the flow on this one and rate "RSR" as the best. "THFRO" holds a place in my heart as the first "thriller" I ever bought for myself and read (Summer 1986, you should see the price on...
Sitting here watching 'Iron Man 2', I just assumed that the costume masters for US Films and TV had the ghost of Jackson Pollock on retainer to randomly splash 'colors' on the uniforms - I had no...
Thanks for sharing that.
- 09-05-2012, 13:23
As soon as practicable, C_P Jr has been given a list and a pen and encouraged to read off the items on the list and cross them off as we collect them (even going so far as to write on and immediately...
- 05-05-2012, 07:26
Looks like someone at AQ HQ read Mike Lunnon-Wood's 'Dark Rose'...
A couple of drawbacks for this otherwise brilliant notion as noted elsewhere: booze, pig products, no sports, no dancing, no...
Happy birthday to the RRF past, present and future.
- 21-04-2012, 12:12
As ever, it will be the largely innocent, blameless and plain unlucky who get caught up in this if it becomes law. Look at the CSA, CRB, post-Dunblaine gun laws. Bastards still fathering bastards...
- 10-04-2012, 12:32
This sudden out break of common sense amongst the Euro Judges would have nothing to do with i) the recent unpleasantness in SW France or ii) the up coming French Presidential elections now, would it?...
- 05-04-2012, 12:26
Been over there, 2009 and 2011.
Great place. Went all inclusive so no problems re: food, accommodation etc.
Do NOT prat about with USD as bribes / sweeteners. They are more than happy with...
A horrible "moral position" to take, but does not a continued, ‘low-level’ insurrection like Syria has been experiencing for the last 10-11 months not suit “us”?
All the time they [the Syrians]...
My wife was seven months pregnant when we won RWC 2003. Our son was kicking so hard we thought he would appear there and then on that November morning...
As it happened, he "gained his first...
Mark this day, Friends! ARRSE supports ARGENTINA!
- 08-10-2011, 09:47
Had this thread started off in the NAFFI then turn the banter on, no argument, but it appears to be in one of the, on the face of it, more "serious" areas...
- 08-10-2011, 09:37
And so sinks another potentially interesting thread, drowned in the usual drivel of spelling corrections, one-up man ship and suspicion of anyone asking a question other than "how many skanks have...
- 11-09-2011, 17:53
In which case, ID or not, MoD90 or not, the reply from the Bouncer should have been "Sorry folks. Bit busy tonight and we're at capacity. Can you come back in thirty minutes?".
Jesse's Fashion Tips, S3E5 - YouTube
No it doesn't.
Right, Jerrycan2793... Is there to be any further action on this or not?
I was quite gripped by it all - a bit like a episode of "Cleaner Close"...
- 11-08-2011, 12:07
"Spin, spin, spin the Wheel of Justice... See how fast the bugger goes..."
Where's Judge Lionel "Nutty" Nutmeg when you need him?
That "Bang Bang" website is a wonderful way to spend ones lunch hour. Watching the illiterate, innumerate and downright wrong get all worked up about a useless specimen finally bearing out the "Live...
I have just discovered the "ignore" option for three of the members of this site... What a "gem" that is. Just sorry I did not find it sooner! Wonderful; I can read what I want to without the inane...
- 05-08-2011, 20:56
Yeah. Had forgotten the firebombing of Tokyo (more cas. that the A-bombs I think...)
I think the US did want "virgin" targets for the assessment phase, but I still think a nuclear...
- 05-08-2011, 20:17
Just as Tokyo was not attacked with nuclear weapons in the Pacific End game, I believe Berlin would probably not have been the first "target of choice". Destroy the national seat of Government and...
- 02-08-2011, 11:46
From today's DT:
Video: Policeman knocked over by speeding car gets up and chases driver - Telegraph
No other comment than "Good Skills, Copper" - surely a case of "shock" over-riding the...