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More chance of plaiting rice krispies than second delivery coming back.

Right now RM is trialing a system where certain types of mail are held back for up to 3 days unless a first class letter is also going to that address.
RM could deliver the REAL post quicker if they didn't spend so much time shoving junk mail through people's doors. The money grabbing feckers.
 

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Mrs Slocombe

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Ja, we all dressed like that back in the day. Swedish ntombezaan at the DZ used to set herself up to observe my junk while I packed, going commando as I do. Had no idea until a mate pointed it out. Trapped her eventually but she honked all over my kombi one night while we were in the sack. Low alcohol tolerance for a Swede. They're normally booze sumps that would make a tovarichi's eyes water.
Praat Engels!
 

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Originally published by: J. Vitor Tossini, UK Defence Journal, on 07 December 2020 (Nearly a year ago).

The UK and its ‘Unsinkable Aircraft Carriers’ – A guide

The term Unsinkable Aircraft Carriers first appeared during the Second World War, to describe the military use of islands in the Pacific Ocean for the American forces fighting the Empire of Japan.

Since then, Britain and other nations have considered similar strategies to secure military power projection. A look at possible British ‘unsinkable carriers’ points to the relevance of the British Overseas Territories.

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Gibraltar. Photo by Andrew Griffith [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons.

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That 'concept' also thought by Germany/Italy in WW2.

Taken from the German propaganda SIGNAL magazine.

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An ad for this box set just popped up on my Facebook. I think the fact that they managed to misspell 4 out of 5 film titles may be a bad sign.
 

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The Dairy of Anne Frank shines a new light on how she was captured. She was lactose intolerant and her farts alerted the Gestapo
 
The Dairy of Anne Frank shines a new light on how she was captured. She was lactose intolerant and her farts alerted the Gestapo

So not the drum kit she got for xmas from the Van Pels?
 

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