Surviving Trafalger Jack

#4
telecaster said:
Report says that it went to a US phone bidder.
Hope it was an Ex-Pat. :)
 
#5
Still a little tragic that it will (or at least appears to be) leaving the country.
It is an imortant part of our heritage and I would have liked to see it stay at home.
 
#6
FCKING OUTRAGEOUS, that flag should have been made a national treasure to prevent some septic with fcuk all sense of British history getting his fat fingers on it.
 
#8
TRAFALGAR DAY, - THE greatest day in this country's Naval History - and that is SOME history.

It is not thought appropriate, nor is it allowed by the 'munchkins' currently in government, to celebrate 'days' that may embarrass our erstwhile enemies.

Our enemies at the Battle of Trafalgar were: France and Spain.

One of them now takes all our fish and the other rules our every-day lives.

That this day, TRAFALGAR DAY, is not recognised by this, or previous, governments, is a disgrace - an insult to our history!

[align=center]GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.[/align]

and a pox on all the unelected and unaccountable Eurofilth, and their running dogs in our government, who are hell bent on destroying us!
 
#9
Ulster_Rifleman said:
Surviving 'Trafalger Jack'

Oh Dear... Spelling !!!!

And any idea what day it is today?
Oh dearie..dearie me..another curled lip, sneering little 'Billy no mates' pedant who has never ever made a spelling mistake...you've posted quite a few posts my 'little 'we lurve our queen' loyalist ..shall I trawl through your past posts...??..no thought not, 'n' anyway I do have a life...Ohh...its wed. 21st. October 2009...now crawl back into one of the peat bogs that dot the so called Emerald Isle....
 

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#10
auxie said:
FCKING OUTRAGEOUS, that flag should have been made a national treasure to prevent some septic with fcuk all sense of British history getting his fat fingers on it.
I agree with the first part of your rant - it should have stayed in the UK as part of our national military heritage but the second part is ridiculous. The buyer probably has a better sense of British history and naval heritage than most of the chav scum who now inhabit our land. He will almost certainly have a greater reverence for it than our current government.
 
#11
BlueDanubeWalt said:
Ulster_Rifleman said:
And any idea what day it is today?
Oh dearie..dearie me..another curled lip, sneering little 'Billy no mates' pedant who has never ever made a spelling mistake...you've posted quite a few posts my 'little 'we lurve our queen' loyalist ..shall I trawl through your past posts...??..no thought not, 'n' anyway I do have a life...Ohh...its wed. 21st. October 2009...now crawl back into one of the peat bogs that dot the so called Emerald Isle....
Umm what day is it, its Trafalgar Day, so can you see walty why he posted that??
 
#12
scarletto said:
BlueDanubeWalt said:
Ulster_Rifleman said:
And any idea what day it is today?
Oh dearie..dearie me..another curled lip, sneering little 'Billy no mates' pedant who has never ever made a spelling mistake...you've posted quite a few posts my 'little 'we lurve our queen' loyalist ..shall I trawl through your past posts...??..no thought not, 'n' anyway I do have a life...Ohh...its wed. 21st. October 2009...now crawl back into one of the peat bogs that dot the so called Emerald Isle....
Umm what day is it, its Trafalgar Day, so can you see walty why he posted that??
Well in my book it was the day the Chinese ocupied Tibet and the point is..??
 
#13
BuggerAll said:
auxie said:
FCKING OUTRAGEOUS, that flag should have been made a national treasure to prevent some septic with fcuk all sense of British history getting his fat fingers on it.
I agree with the first part of your rant - it should have stayed in the UK as part of our national military heritage but the second part is ridiculous. The buyer probably has a better sense of British history and naval heritage than most of the chav scum who now inhabit our land. He will almost certainly have a greater reverence for it than our current government.
Dream on, more likely bought as a investment item, could have been a pair of the queens mothers skid marked knickers for all the buyer most likely cares.
 
#14
BlueDanubeWalt said:
scarletto said:
BlueDanubeWalt said:
Ulster_Rifleman said:
And any idea what day it is today?
Oh dearie..dearie me..another curled lip, sneering little 'Billy no mates' pedant who has never ever made a spelling mistake...you've posted quite a few posts my 'little 'we lurve our queen' loyalist ..shall I trawl through your past posts...??..no thought not, 'n' anyway I do have a life...Ohh...its wed. 21st. October 2009...now crawl back into one of the peat bogs that dot the so called Emerald Isle....
Umm what day is it, its Trafalgar Day, so can you see walty why he posted that??
Well in my book it was the day the Chinese ocupied Tibet and the point is..??
*occupied.
 
#15
Hobbish said:
BlueDanubeWalt said:
scarletto said:
BlueDanubeWalt said:
Ulster_Rifleman said:
And any idea what day it is today?
Oh dearie..dearie me..another curled lip, sneering little 'Billy no mates' pedant who has never ever made a spelling mistake...you've posted quite a few posts my 'little 'we lurve our queen' loyalist ..shall I trawl through your past posts...??..no thought not, 'n' anyway I do have a life...Ohh...its wed. 21st. October 2009...now crawl back into one of the peat bogs that dot the so called Emerald Isle....
Umm what day is it, its Trafalgar Day, so can you see walty why he posted that??
Well in my book it was the day the Chinese ocupied Tibet and the point is..??
*occupied.
Well done...another post on the count metre...meter or is it meter.. :? ...one step nearer to your next medal..
 
#16
BlueDanubeWalt said:
Well done...another post on the count metre...meter or is it meter.. :? ...one step nearer to your next medal..
Was that a double-tap or a triple?
 
#18
Gentlemen,

Sod the spelling in the other posts.

For those of you in London, there's a talk tomorrow at the British Museum at 1315A on a certain matelot by the name of The Most Noble Lord Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson of the Nile, 1st Duke of Bronté, Knight Companion of the Order of the Bath, Knight Grand Cross of the Sicilian Order of St Ferdinand, Vice Admiral of the White, Member of the Ottoman Order of the Crescent, Knight Grand Commander of the Order of St. Joachim, Royal Navy (Retd).

Those of you unable to attend the museum and who were not able to turn up tonight to a Traf. Night dinner wearing your best mess kit with tartan trews while the assembled naval officers sang the theme tune to 'Rupert the Bear' at you, join me.

Join me in raising a glass of port (I'm drinking one now - a foul brew from Marks and Spencer) to the Immortal Memory of Admiral Lord Nelson and those who fell with him.
 
#19
Ancient_Mariner said:
Join me in raising a glass of port (I'm drinking one now - a foul brew from Marks and Spencer) to the Immortal Memory of Admiral Lord Nelson and those who fell with him.
Tonight I have drunk to the Immortal Memory in Mersault and Chablis.

I regard these wines as prizes taken from the French.

All the best,

John.
 
#20
"The Immortal Memory of Lord Nelson and those who fell with him"

 

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