Spoilsport. We'd got the fucking loser to the stage where he was handing out bullshits. I liked to imagine the bubble-butted, smooth-skinned civvy cunt's tear-streaked face as he realised that he was the butt of his own trolling.0311 has left the thread.
Preston Pans?Swinging this thread away from troll bashing and back to its original namesake. I recently revisited the battlefield at Isandlwana and it still hits me every time the eeriness of the place and the bravery and courage those soldiers must have had to have stood there ground in the face of 30 000 oncoming Zulu impi and the knowledge of there impending doom one can only imagine.
Also looking at the majority of defeats like Isandwlana it is clear these were due to tactical incompetence or errors on the part of the commanders and I have yet to find a case from the time when Britain had a standing professional army where the cause of defeat was due to the inferior quality or lack of courage of the British Soldier.
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