I always thought that it was a southern thing. One of the first things that I noticed when I moved to Dorset in 95 was the locals saying "of" instead of "have". It wasn't a thing in my part of the north east, hence it sticking out like a sore thumb.You're Northern.
Really, that is something I did not notice to be honest, just always said it that way looking back over the years, not sure if it’s a context thing or just how it is.I always thought that it was a southern thing. One of the first things that I noticed when I moved to Dorset in 95 was the locals saying "of" instead of "have". It wasn't a thing in my part of the north east, hence it sticking out like a sore thumb.
DPM not MTP; he's obviously one of those (very) rough-sleeping types.
Indeed. Just out of sight on the ground is the spatula he was ordered to drop.
A group of my brother and some friends were given a weekend off from Louis Trichardt. They decided to hitch-hike to Kiptown and back, the only stipulation being that they got something to prove they had been in said city. For those geographically challenged. Look at Polokwane near the Zimbabwe border, and then Cape Town. The distance is 1,000 miles (about 1,600 km) EACH WAY.Pissed up weekends, and the Sunday return.
Most cars on the road after 6pm were full of 'troopies' heading inland from the coast, desperate to make base at 23h59.
One weekend, the cops near Bloemfontein set up a roadblock, which delayed a lot of guys for an hour or two.
Ended up being a big scandal.
Fritze Thyssen was sent to Sachsenhausen than to Dachau as an inmate because he refused to serve the Reich. His factories seized. His German Citizenship personally stripped by Hitler in Dec 1939. He was finally liberated in 1945 by the US 42nd Division.
Not quite the truth thoughThat's not the entire story though, is it?
He was quite happy to fund the Nazi party and personally persecute Jews in his employment.
His subsequent change of heart came about when Catholics began being persecuted, of which he was a leading member.