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  1. Jack B

    Jack B Active Member Patron  

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    I would reconsider. Unless you can do it by phone.
     
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    That could be great for a little extra money if you don't mind being sprayed in the face with Clorox every time they open the door.

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    The Census asking what nationality you are...so I did one of those DNA test beforehand..found out I'm English with roots back to Henry the VIII..so I locked my wife up in the Tower.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    I'm Oirish on my parents' side of the family.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    I have it from a reliable source that the -19 virus is being spread by chemtrails. When I asked how he had learned this he replied.

    IT'S IN THE CHEMTRAILS, STUPID!!!!
    That cleared that up nicely.
     
  6. Biak

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    Scanning through another bargain book catalog (we get several a month??? ) I found a book in the Non Fiction category about how an advanced race of Aliens help the Nazi's in WW2. Gist was they imparted their vast knowledge and resources to assist Germany in it's effort to dominate the World. My only thought was, they must have not been that advanced. We kicked their alien butts.
    Also found several books on Amazon with the same premise for free but I didn't want to spend that much.
     
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    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    I think I saw something like that on the History Channel, so it must be a Non-Fiction book.
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    When the Science Fiction Channel changed their name to SyFy I began to call the History Channel "HyFy".
     
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    They got everything but evidence and sanity.
     
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    Red Army radio man sent the attack time of their panzer brigade in Tali Carelia in clear radio language
     
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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Much better. Aliens come to Earth for gold, an element that can be found in clouds in interstellar space. And they treasure gold the same way we do. Just goes to show that deep down they're just folks, like us.

    Which is why we killed so many of them.
     
  14. Biak

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    Watched Dr Strangelove last week. I hadn't realized it was a Docudrama. The last time I had seen it was, well ........ do you remember Drive-Ins?

    Followed that up with "They Were Expendable" and "Jeremiah Jones".


    Next up; Smokey and the Bandit and Mission Impossible - Fallout
     
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    Oh crap that was suppose to go in the "What are you watching" thread. Lord give me strength! Or Shiva or Thor or Zeus. Hell, I'm not picky.
     
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    We saw the second Jurassic World movie in a drive-in, Belleville, Illinois.
     
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    This World sure is weird. Bellevue drive-in. Just outside Peoria Illinois.
    Here's where I watched a lot of great films. Well had a lot of fun anyway.

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    lol
    how about the planets that are made of diamonds- aliens dont care about diamonds/ neither should we.
    is it possible diamonds have been over priced- nah. who would do that (cough- debeers). because diamonds are a girls best friend
     
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    The plain, clear gems are the least interesting anyway.
     
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    That song did a lot for the continuing love affair women have with diamonds...they are not super rare. Laboratory diamonds are so perfect that the real ones with flaws are becoming more expensive (The flaw proves its natural).
    Humans...so vain.
     

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