You do know 'Goobie' is a term of endearment, don't you?Feel good about it, "goobie". It'll look good on any CV you admit: "Bugsy on ARRSE called me a goobie". Your potential employers will be over the moon.
Have her sent round to me with a roll of duct tape and a large bottle of baby oil.
That's uncanny Bob. You should be on't telly!More like
“I was living in Berlin, capital of the DDR, when the “newclear” reactor went wrong at Pripryat, which is close to Chernobyl, as the Western media chose to name it. Everyone in Germany was worried about what might happen, and after a few days the word went round for anybody with relevant experience who could help. They were casting around for specialists in the fraternal socialist countries, but didn’t want to have to go cap in hand to any Western gobment, it being the height of the Cold War.
I thought I’d volunteer to help, and when they found out I’d been a CMT in the British Army, they leapt at the chance to take me, as not only was our medic training far higher than anything they had, but as an Newclear warfare instructor in the British Army (it’s called NBC training) I was already pre-trained.
In fact, they didn’t let me go to the actual reactor, they said I’d be too valuable providing training to the rest of the volunteers from the DDR, as by that time I’d already mastered several Eastern German dialects.”
Or something like that, but probably with a few umlauts thrown in...
And it also has no place whatsoever on this thread. I've no idea whatsoever as to why he blames me for derailing the thread, but maybe it's the "Bugsy phenomenon" that started to take hold on ARRSE around 2007 or so. Either way, it has no place on this thread. And I hope those taking part on the thread notice that I've kept to the thread subject - except when I was directly challenged.
Ha, ha! What a cünt you are, eh? You really have a problem with me, don't you?@DaManBugs Face it bogsy, you're yesterdays liar, you can't even manage three posts without lying about a lie.... your (in)credibility is in tatters and burning in the gutter next to your self respect - and has been for a very long time.
Time to call it a day old fella and shuffle off into the sunset eh?
Problem? no, you are our plaything - can you feel the strings Bogsy?Ha, ha! What a cünt you are, eh? You really have a problem with me, don't you?
Not bothered one little bit are you?
So despite your own statement that you've been on ARRSE for ~fifteen years, you claim Stacker1 has had a vendetta against you for 'decades'?Bothered? Why would I be, spackerman? The thread is about smart meters, fella. Is there any chance of you actually knocking off your decades long vendetta against me and just react to the posts on the subject? Is that too much to ask?
Well, well Buggers, it would be: "Nichts für Ungut." and Fotzkopp isn't usual as an insult. It is more used by some really thick kids on the interweb.So that's what you consider "triggered" is it, you gormless fückwit? Let me tell you, newby, that on just about every Bugsy-bashing thread to date (and there have been dozens of them in the meantime), I've been accused of "losing it" and being "close to meltdown" (whatever a "meltdown" is). It's never happened yet, and some thickie gobshite like you isn't going to make it happen either. What am I going to "melt down" about and possibly pull a BBR? Why would I? You sorry cünts are just a source of merriment/ amusement to me, since there's no way I can take you seriously, but youse are also indicative of a general tendency in society to use social media as a sort of substitute for what you cant achieve in real life. Nicht für Ungut, Fotzkopp!
You mean the engineer supervising the test, Dyatlov, or the ambitious plant director, Bryukhanov? Dyatlov got sent to a labour camp for a ten stretch but died from the effects of radiation exposure before his sentence was up (no bad thing, some might say) - although he was released to die "on the out" when his health nose-dived. Bryukhanov also got ten years in a labour camp but is still alive.Well, at his (alleged) age, you never know...
ETA - actually, you could be on to somthing there, I've read a couple of very good books on it in the last few months and IIRC the plant (or possibly shift) manager refused to believe what was blatantly obvious around him and what the remaining plant operatives were telling him (i.e. the reactor & most of the reactor hall had 'gone') and blatantly lied - and kept lying to Moscow in the face of mounting evidence, thereby delaying the evacuation of Pripryat and 'proper' assistance for several crucial days - just the sort of thing Bogsy or one of his twice (or maybe thrice) dead family would do.... regardless of the consequences to others. - that sort of dit?