New tsunami

#2
It looks like its the same tectonic plate, just the other side, doesn't sound to good, but lets hope it calms before reaching any land mass.
 
#3
What I'm waiting for is the terrorist attack forcast by John Reid, Ian Blair and other assorted government spout mouths.

But look at my hands, funny that, they are not shaking.
 
#4
SLRboy said:
What I'm waiting for is the terrorist attack forcast by John Reid, Ian Blair and other assorted government spout mouths.

But look at my hands, funny that, they are not shaking.
Fcuk off trolling cnut.

If it doesn't happen let's be grateful. I have no doubt there are many people out there wanting to harm the UK and its citizens; whether or not the risk is overstated is a different matter.

Let's hope there is no repeat of 2 years ago for the Philippines; I've had enough of death and destruction, and I'm sure they have as well
 
#6
SLRboy said:
What I'm waiting for is the terrorist attack forcast by John Reid, Ian Blair and other assorted government spout mouths.

But look at my hands, funny that, they are not shaking.
Turn the SLR on yourself, open that massive minging mouth, and pull the trigger, you arrse.

How on earth has this t1t not got aan O2 tag?
 
#7
Crabby, Lost at sea, guru,
Simple question for simple folk.

If Ladbrokes had been taking bets would you have laid your money on an Al Qaeda terrorist attack happening over Xmas?

Of course you f'ucking wouldn't, now f'uck off and have a happy Xmas.

And make it your New Year resolution not to believe what you read in the papers.
Remember WMD do you?
 
#8
SLR, what the fcuk are you on?

WMD has nothing to do with a natural disaster of a tsunami or earthquake. This natural disaster could end up killing thousands like the one did 2 years ago.

Someone get this guy an O2 Thief tag.
 
#9
SLRboy, Reality? Remember it do you? Try visiting sometime.

Meanwhile what the fuck do WMD have to do with a natural disaster. (Tectonic plates can't be blamed on el ninio or global warming or terrorism)
 
#10
SLRboy, But of course! The obvious al-Qaeda-Christmas-tsunami-earthqake connection! How could I be so blind? Now pass the magic mushrooms, someone...
On a brighter note, sounds like the Japanese Meteorogical Agency is saying that the danger of a destructive tsunami has now passed. Let's hope so...
 
#11
Lostasea,
Is that what the Jap weatherman said eh?
Well f'uck it!

I'd just grabbed my board and was one my way to the airport to catch me the big wave I've been waiting for all my life when I read your post.

Now I'm trawling in traffic back fom Heathrow, thanks for ruining my Xmas.
 
#13
suits_U,
answer to your question - yes.
Happy Xmas.

Now about this tsunami thingy.
First the report was on Sky in between the tits arse and lottery results.
Secondly a big destructive wave hitting a coast on a Boxing Day exactly two years after one before was not very likely was it?

Ergo: SLRboy didn't take it seriously and used it as a golden opportunity to wind you all up!

And I don't know about you but my sad little Xmas has been made all the merrier for it. Thank you all for leaping for the bait so readily.
 
#14
SLRboy said:
suits_U,
answer to your question - yes.
Happy Xmas.

Now about this tsunami thingy.
First the report was on Sky in between the tits arse and lottery results.
Secondly a big destructive wave hitting a coast on a Boxing Day exactly two years after one before was not very likely was it?

Ergo: SLRboy didn't take it seriously and used it as a golden opportunity to wind you all up!

And I don't know about you but my sad little Xmas has been made all the merrier for it. Thank you all for leaping for the bait so readily.
Cnut.

Unlikely but possible. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/6210161.stm so basically it happened; but the one two years ago was a 9 - 9.2, hence devastation)

Cnut
 
#15
Crabby,
try and expand your vocabulary a little please.
"Grunt,Cnut,Grunt,Cnut",
might work well enough in a zoo but out here where we wear clothes a little more variety is generally expected.
 
#16
SLRboy said:
Now about this tsunami thingy.
First the report was on Sky in between the tits arse and lottery results.
Secondly a big destructive wave hitting a coast on a Boxing Day exactly two years after one before was not very likely was it?

When breaking news happens it gets put in wherever it can.

Ergo: SLRboy was a complete twat and acted like a complete cnut.

Also the waves on both accounts were caused by earthquakes and these are not exactly things that can be made up, I knew there were some strange individuals about but you seem happy at the thought of thousands of people having their lives ruined.
 
#17
SLRboy said:
Crabby,
try and expand your vocabulary a little please.
"Grunt,Cnut,Grunt,Cnut",
might work well enough in a zoo but out here where we wear clothes a little more variety is generally expected.

I could expand; but that would be wasting effort on you; cnut
 
#18
SLRboy said:
Ergo: SLRboy didn't take it seriously and used it as a golden opportunity to wind you all up!

And I don't know about you but my sad little Xmas has been made all the merrier for it. Thank you all for leaping for the bait so readily.
Ah yes look at all the little fishies taking the bait.
Cnut.

Are you so sad that your Christmas (By the way its boxing day) highlight has been a small thread on ARRSE, where you have posted inane ramblings (As usual) and been called a cnut multiple times.

As another poster said, put the SLR to your mouth and feed a round into the base of your skull you trolling cnuting dullard.

Oh look at me biting :roll:

You are a cnut (have I said that yet :? ) And I generally try to ignore you.
But as you have posted more in a few months, than I have in an entire year (Much of it complete toss), this has proved difficult.

Now be a good person, go away and cut verically, not horizontally.

Cnut.
 
#19
tattoelady,
the tsunami that happened two years ago both horrified me and broke my heart as it did so many of us.

I had friends in Thailand at the time who fortunately were safe.
Now what gets me is how so many people jump to wrong conclusions.

It is not the power, as such, of an earth quake that causes a tsunami but its location.
The one a couple of years ago happened right on the line between two plates.
This forced one plate under the other.
And it was the rising of the other plate, not so much the earth quake itself that caused the tsunami to happen with such dreadful results.

And its because of this small yet salient little bit of knowledge coupled with the ability to ask questions and not jump instantly to conclusions I knew that in the case of the Taiwan earth quake we didn't have much to worry about.
 
#20
So, rather than attempting a 'wind-up' in the current affairs forum,
why not make a valuable contribution and enlighten other posters with this bit of knowledge.
But of course, why would you do that. People may actually start to take you seriously.
 

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