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For a second there I thought you were referring to that pinhead hotelier featured elsewhere. What a ****, has the sartorial elegance of a County Mayo pikey despite obviously having plenty of tailor-tokens. That could apply to either and both...
Who are you talking to?!
 

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Spot the mistake....
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I have to be modest, my cv runs to 18 pages, single-space A4. Art and calligraphy are mere parlour tricks. I won't go through the more classified of my skills but I know how to arouse a bull elephant to the extent it will trample all opponents and how to drown a native bearer who has been stealing Marmite amongst other dark arts...
 
I have to be modest, my cv runs to 18 pages, single-space A4. Art and calligraphy are mere parlour tricks. I won't go through the more classified of my skills but I know how to arouse a bull elephant to the extent it will trample all opponents and how to drown a native bearer who has been stealing Marmite amongst other dark arts...
I think you are trying to hard to be amusing.......and failing.
 
Dominican Republic fighters during Operation “Power Pack”. The uniformed soldier with the cigarette has a WWII-era Lanchester. The two large weapons in the back of the jeep are a Lewis Mk.I (with it’s drum magazine) and the somewhat uncommon M2 WCF water-cooled version of the M2 Browning .50cal , both also WWII-era firearms. The man in civilian clothes has a San Cristobal carbine, a post-WWII weapon designed and manufactured by the Dominican Republic. This little-known gun is actually one of the best Cold War firearms in it’s class, and was greatly respected by American troops during the 1965 American invasion. It remained in D.R. service until the early 1990s.

 

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