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Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Sturmkreuz, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Sturmkreuz

    Sturmkreuz Member

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    WHAT IS YOUR LATEST PURCHASE?

    You have recieved your well deserved money and you thought about buying something?
    And you did, than show us your latest purchase.


    What did you buy?
    Maybe a new TV or a book or even a new Surround system? Show it!

    You can post every sort of item!



    Where can I upload photo's?

    Go to www.imageshack.us -> Browse -> Upload

     
  2. Richard

    Richard Expert

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    Todays newspaper The Times. :D
     
  3. Erich

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    I'm sorry but this thread is nonsense unless it is pointed to WW 2. please delete mods
     
  4. Slipdigit

    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    I agree Erich, but it is no more so that "the last song listened to", "three word sentence", "Wish with consequence" game, or "two choices game".

    It's in the free-fire section, I guess we need to let the fire be free here.
     
  5. Sturmkreuz

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    Then everything has to be deleted in the free-fire-zone. And as description for free-fire-zone -> "Any non-military topic is fair game here."

    So nothing here has to be related to military.
     
  6. Joe

    Joe Ace

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    Red orchestra game. No pictures, sorry.
     
  7. uksubs

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    Con Collectibles 1/32 British paratroopers :)
     
  8. T. A. Gardner

    T. A. Gardner Genuine Chief

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    A vibratory plate compactor and a John Deere 410 backhoe. I'll see about a picture of the later.
     
  9. Slipdigit

    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Buying little surprises for the wife again, Terry? You old romantic, you!:D
     
  10. Sturmkreuz

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    HAHAHA :D Does he sometimes give these presents instead of little heart chocolats? :D Hope they fit under the Christmas tree.
     
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    Hey, at least I didn't get her an Evenrude outboard motor for a bass boat I don't own....yet.....
     
  12. C.Evans

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    Latest "goooooooooooood" purchases include: The Winds of War and War and Remembrance, on DvD, as well as finding a mint copy with dust jacket of: Hitler's Legions, annnnnnnnnd Im currently working on a deal to get about $800.00 worth of WWII German Officers Shoulderboards.

    Other than that-nuthin but sem groceries man.
     
  13. FramerT

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    A Ryobi cordless drill. Some icey/hot pain patches for my aching back.
     
  14. Slipdigit

    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Just got back from the liquor store, a bottle of Kaluha for my wife-she's cooking! :p

    I will be involved in some intensive eating over the next few days.
     
  15. Sturmkreuz

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    Hope I'm invited :p
     
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    Slipdigit Good Ol' Boy Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    If you can get here in time. Very busy time of the year for flying.
     
  17. Jaeger

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    I'm in the midst of a purchase of a Lee Enfield No.4 Mk I. The ongoing discussion betwixt me and the seller is something right out of a British comedy. I find nothing but flaws in the flawless weapon, and constantly remark that I really shouldn't get another gun. The seller on the other hand is adamant that this masterwork of british engeneering should really be locked up, and never have reached the market.

    Does any of our esteemed British members know where to purchase functional Lee Enfields in Britain? I could always use extra arguments against 'Honest John' the salesman.

    Better yet, anyone know of a No.4 MkI (T) I am willing to part with organs to grab it.
     
  18. Kerem

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    [​IMG]

    Eeerm, I got one of those "new" Microsoft keyboards. They gave me this one at work, I liked it so much, so got one for using at home.
     
  19. Sturmkreuz

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    They almost look the same :D.
     
  20. FramerT

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    Microsoft makes some nice boards,Kerem. I bought one earlier this year.
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