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ID this rack...

#3
As I read the Article the only problem was caused by the poppy seller. He was'nt on the list of approved sellers to prevent fraudulant charity collectors ( You'd be surprised how many dodgy "Charities"there are) and when asked to sign in with the centre he took offense.
As we have seen on this forun numerous times, its easy enough via fleabay to get Medals/Blazer and become NATOs last great hero.
 
#6
General Service Medal (most likely for Northern Ireland)
UNPROFOR (Bosnia 1992 to 1995)
Operational Service Medal Afghanistan
Iraq Medal (without bar, meaning operations after the initial invasion)
Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal
Long Service & Good Conduct (Regular Army)

All perfectly fine and no reason to suspect that there is any 'waltism' going on here (especially as he has a veteran's badge and a Royal Artillery tie on).

Interesting that you have choosen to call your thread 'ID this rack' rather than, say, 'H+S nazis move on poppy seller'.
 
#7
Thanks Monsstar,

Far too young for my own good! I have now read the article - he was a bit silly and the rules are a bit silly - now resolved - what a non story!
 
#8
F*ck the content of the article. I'd like to know the reason for calling this thread 'ID this rack'. Just a wild stab in the dark but I suspect that the original poster was trying to jump on the 'walt hunter' bandwagon.
 
#10
wedge35 said:
F*ck the content of the article. I'd like to know the reason for calling this thread 'ID this rack'. Just a wild stab in the dark but I suspect that the original poster was trying to jump on the 'walt hunter' bandwagon.
Actually, I thought he was using "rack" in the American sense of the word. I was deeply disappointed to find no boobies... :oops:
 
#13
Werewolf said:
wedge35 said:
F*ck the content of the article. I'd like to know the reason for calling this thread 'ID this rack'. Just a wild stab in the dark but I suspect that the original poster was trying to jump on the 'walt hunter' bandwagon.
Actually, I thought he was using "rack" in the American sense of the word. I was deeply disappointed to find no boobies... :oops:
Me too . I even got a stiffie in anticipation :oops:

Can people stop using sexual overtones when they start a non sexual topic :x
 
#17
only reason i jumped in, however we could start a thread with doris's jugs photo edited to show no face and then we have to guess. Could be a long runner!
 
#18
Werewolf said:
wedge35 said:
F*ck the content of the article. I'd like to know the reason for calling this thread 'ID this rack'. Just a wild stab in the dark but I suspect that the original poster was trying to jump on the 'walt hunter' bandwagon.
Actually, I thought he was using "rack" in the American sense of the word. I was deeply disappointed to find no boobies... :oops:
Yeah, me too! :cry:

I feel cheated. That's 30 seconds from my life that I'll never get back.
 
#19
wedge35 said:
Interesting that you have choosen to call your thread 'ID this rack' rather than, say, 'H+S nazis move on poppy seller'.
Nazi? Its made quite clear that the staff were more concerned about bogus charity collectors and not that they were blocking fire doors or some other H+S bollox.

Bogus collecting is really common and some make serious money:

http://www.birminghampost.net/news/...ector-jailed-for-350-000-scam-65233-24377444/

http://thelichfieldblog.co.uk/2009/...quick-thinking-lichfield-pcso/comment-page-1/

http://www.minsterfm.com/news/review.php?article=56373

http://www.woking.gov.uk/news/archive?item=0000406C0213.D464FE53.00006BE7.17B2
 
#20
wedge35 said:
F*ck the content of the article. I'd like to know the reason for calling this thread 'ID this rack'. Just a wild stab in the dark but I suspect that the original poster was trying to jump on the 'walt hunter' bandwagon.
What he said.
 

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