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John Stevenson
05-02-2009, 10:50 AM
seeing as Even reckons I'm doomed do I leave and try to survive in a smaller community somewhere between the North Circular road and Milton Keynes.

Or do I stay here and defend my house given the three broomsticks and a packet of welding rods at my disposal,

Or do I pop a handful of pills and get it over with,

Or do I replace this sodding Bridgeport for something more substantial than a stick of high tensile licorice and live my days out enjoying it.

Answers please by letter mailed surface mails as it take 12 weeks to get here so I know I have that long left.

.

BillH
05-02-2009, 11:00 AM
well I got n95 masks for sale, at 100$ a piece. When people start dropping dead, price is going to 300$ a mask.

TGTool
05-02-2009, 11:07 AM
John,

I think you're perfectly safe. According to the data I've seen no one who owns a Bridgeport has died. For gods sake don't sell it or let the doomed and desparate haul it off for its protection and you should be just fine.

Evan
05-02-2009, 11:08 AM
seeing as Even reckons I'm doomed

Can't even spell my name right. Clumsy bastard.

Tyro 001
05-02-2009, 01:48 PM
I too, have been getting ready for the pandemic. I just recently purchased another AK-47 and an additional 50,000 rounds of ammunition, as I feel I need to have at least one AK per floor of my house. Then while I was at the grocery store, I bought an extra frozen pot pie.

Liger Zero
05-02-2009, 01:51 PM
I too, have been getting ready for the pandemic. I just recently purchased another AK-47 and an additional 50,000 rounds of ammunition, as I feel I need to have at least one AK per floor of my house. Then while I was at the grocery store, I bought an extra frozen pot pie.


What sort of pot pie? :confused:

Tyro 001
05-02-2009, 01:54 PM
Beef. I think it has more calories than turkey, therefore a better survival food. I would have bought two, but the freezer is full of AK-47 rounds.

John Stevenson
05-02-2009, 01:55 PM
What sort of pot pie? :confused:

Pork ? ? ?

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aboard_epsilon
05-02-2009, 02:00 PM
Pork ? ? ?

.

Don't pork fun at him John :D

lazlo
05-02-2009, 02:12 PM
I too, have been getting ready for the pandemic. I just recently purchased another AK-47 and an additional 50,000 rounds of ammunition,

Dang it -- there's been so many sales of AK's since Obama's been elected, now I'm going to have to buy SAPI plates for my body armor. :p

Liger Zero
05-02-2009, 02:14 PM
Beef. I think it has more calories than turkey, therefore a better survival food. I would have bought two, but the freezer is full of AK-47 rounds.

You can use those bullet-things to shoot animals and eat their sweet sweet flesh.

So I've been told anyway. I only use mine to keep teenagers out of my yard.

MickeyD
05-02-2009, 02:23 PM
I don't know what will be worse for your stomach - the swine flu or the pot pies. The meat that they put in those things is not the best in the world, one step up from soup meat. A long time ago in another life I worked for the state of Texas. We had a really hard freeze one night (got down to about 5 degrees above zero) and we lost about a million chickens. We got a bunch of inmates out and had them load them into dump trucks and they were hauled to a giant processing plant near Houston to be made into soup and pet food. That is why I stay away from canned soup and highly processed meat products.

lazlo
05-02-2009, 02:33 PM
I don't know what will be worse for your stomach - the swine flu or the pot pies. The meat that they put in those things is not the best in the world, one step up from soup meat.

Dammit Mike, half my Swine Flu survival stash is pot pies. Next thing you're going to tell me the 8 dozen cases of 7.62mm ammo I bought at Walmart is made in China and won't fire. :D

Evan
05-02-2009, 02:44 PM
No, Evan is 'Clumsy Bastard'


That is John's favorite expression. I figured I would launch a preemptive strike and use it first. :D

I'm current working on a top secret combination pandemic virus long range disintegrator disguised as a free energy generator. Take note so that if this bug doesn't show up next fall you will know who to thank.

I just need to make the Illudium Modulator and it will be ready for action.

Pictures later...

tony ennis
05-02-2009, 04:45 PM
surface mails as it take 12 weeks to get here so I know I have that long left.


whoa! An optimist on two counts!

Rustybolt
05-02-2009, 07:47 PM
Hmmm. Given those options, I'd go for the new mill. What the hell. it's only money. Right? In that vein, why not just ship the old BP over to me. I promise I'll take good care of it.

aboard_epsilon
05-02-2009, 08:05 PM
AK Pork Banger has not even posted on this thread ..

all the best.markj

nheng
05-02-2009, 08:54 PM
Lazlo, Wal-mart is supposed to start rationing ammo. 2 boxes per day. Kinda makes sense as people are hoarding it now and if you're not there when the truck arrives, you're SOL.

Incidentally, in mid April, the FBI completed its 100 MILLIONTH background check for the last 10 years since the program began. Lots of people will be protecting their pot pies if the need arises :)

Den

old-biker-uk
05-03-2009, 03:22 AM
I was in Asda (part of the Wal-Mart group) yesterday, couldn't find the AK ammo anywhere, which aisle is it in?
Mark

Circlip
05-03-2009, 04:01 AM
It's on the shelves with Laxatives and Supositorys.

Regards Ian

John Stevenson
05-03-2009, 06:42 AM
I was in Asda (part of the Wal-Mart group) yesterday, couldn't find the AK ammo anywhere, which aisle is it in?
Mark

Mark due to our firearms laws they are disguised, look on the frozen counter under peas.

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speedy
05-03-2009, 07:17 AM
John, not to hijack this fine thread, there is good news out of all this flu, pig, pork feast.

6 o'clock television news on Saturday is that Michael Jackson has cancelled his planned house hunting visit to Blighty for fear of the pandemic.
British children can roam free for a while longer.

John Stevenson
05-03-2009, 07:22 AM
John, not to hijack this fine thread, there is good news out of all this flu, pig, pork feast.

6 o'clock television news on Saturday is that Michael Jackson has cancelled his planned house hunting visit to Blighty for fear of the pandemic.
British children can roam free for a while longer.

So he's leaving the US which has more cases to not come to the UK which has less ?
That seems good reasoning on his behalf.

Oh well we won't have a chance to try the other white meat ...........

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speedy
05-03-2009, 07:43 AM
Never question the 6 o'clock news John, its all from solid sources.
The numbers are such that there is every possibility that Jackson has been following Evans thread.
He has had the bejeezus scared from him and sought refuge in his closet.

madman
05-03-2009, 08:31 AM
If all those People are buying so much ammo is it cause they need more practice? Cant shoot straight? OR are they preparing for the hundreds of swine flu infected people who will be attacking there homes looking for a Pork Pie?? I figure if someone is so sick with the swine flu they arent going to be attacking any one just hacking retching barfing and wont really be in the mood to be attacking f olks so just dont get so damn paranoid.

A.K. Boomer
05-03-2009, 09:14 AM
I hear ya Madman, Guns are a cure-all for every single problem --- as long as you have plenty of them and lots of ammo your ready for anything that comes your way --- NOT,

I think they could be handy when the economy totally goes belly up but like you just stated -- I dont think people catch this stuff and then have the strength of super hero's and run around using it for bad things --- maybe their planning on shooting the virus itself but their kinda hard to see and there's lots of em --- could be counterproductive if their already running around inside you too no ----- ?

MickeyD
05-03-2009, 11:12 AM
I heard it from a guy at Home Depot that he heard from his neighbor that he heard that the swine flu was a secret government conspiracy to turn people into brain eating pig zombies. If you have ever played a video game or seen a zombie movie you know how much ammo it takes to kill them. Personally, I am going to make a Bruce Campbell style chainsaw arm right after I finish gnawing mine off. Much more effective in close quarter zombie battles than anything but a minigun, plus Obama can't ban gas for it. Wait, crap, stupid carbon credit tax.... Aghhhhh.......

ahidley
05-04-2009, 08:18 AM
It is a gov conspircy. It'll kill off most of the popiulation . This will open up lots of jobs. It will have the same affect as a world war.

lazlo
05-04-2009, 09:03 AM
People are buying ammo and guns cause they are scared of the gun grabbing "new" government.

Davd, there's been a run on ammo due to the Swine Flu panic. The Austin Local News shows pictures of the Wall Mart gun section, and there wasn't a round of anything left on the shelves.

A.K. Boomer
05-04-2009, 09:33 AM
seeing as Even reckons I'm doomed do I leave and try to survive in a smaller community somewhere between the North Circular road and Milton Keynes.

Or do I stay here and defend my house given the three broomsticks and a packet of welding rods at my disposal,

Or do I pop a handful of pills and get it over with,

Or do I replace this sodding Bridgeport for something more substantial than a stick of high tensile licorice and live my days out enjoying it.

Answers please by letter mailed surface mails as it take 12 weeks to get here so I know I have that long left.

.



Swing a dead black cat around your head 13 times while timing and firing shots with a flare gun through the free space --- DO THIS OUTDOORS, Now -- buy all the guns and ammo that you can fit into about 5 hermetically sealed trashcans -- get some other trash cans for salt, sugar and tylenol,
then get online and don't get off -- spread the news of a complete breakdown of organized global society --- tell people the truth -- that once infested with swine flu you must be shot to death as you turn into a Zombie like creature with super human strength -- you crave human flesh and the only thing that will stop you is bullets that travel faster than 3,300 FPS --- DO NOT SLEEP ---- stay on line and warn everybody ----- install a body temp camera at your house --- if anybody shows up and their temp is 98.7 or higher kill them immediately, do not go near them - but throw the dead cat by where they lay and chant these words Sonasonasoymonyata sonasona cliconmota, do it three times and then hold your personals, good luck -- see you one the other side... Signed; Peter Goesinya

lazlo
05-04-2009, 09:37 AM
DO NOT SLEEP ---- stay on line and warn everybody

LOL!! :D That's a classic AK!

Dawai
05-04-2009, 10:43 AM
http://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2337/118/114/1052243483/n1052243483_30295378_3783.jpg
I must lodge a protest from "sage the cat" as opposed to Sage the grandson, yep, son who is a #2 not a junior named the grandson after the cat to piss me off.

pcarpenter
05-04-2009, 10:44 AM
Davd, there's been a run on ammo due to the Swine Flu panic. The Austin Local News shows pictures of the Wall Mart gun section, and there wasn't a round of anything left on the shelves.

Are ya serious? Have they actually been attributing this to the flu? Have you been watching those shelves since November or so?

The reason I ask is that I believe that they are mis-attributing this to the flu. Our wal-marts have been out of most all ammo for months. They restock and are cleaned out immediately...since long before the flu worries. The fact that we just elected the most anti-gun president in history and that his platform includes the re-institution of the so-called assault weapons ban (plus the comments from Eric Holder) have people everywhere in fear that they will not be able to get ammo etc. some day.

I never considered myself paranoid, but realistically, I have watched enough other changes in our economic system which is slouching toward socialism, that I have to wonder if some of the other things that have gone along with it in other countries are not coming too. People today have no clue what it takes to remain free and as such give away lots of freedoms a piece at a time until they are unable to defend the remaining ones.

As for David and his flatbed...I figure if you have a flatbed,you are already on your way to being a warlord. Leave the lift on the back, too. Warlords pillage and that is a handy pillaging tool!

Paul

gearedloco
05-05-2009, 03:34 AM
That is John's favorite expression. I figured I would launch a preemptive strike and use it first. :D

I'm current working on a top secret combination pandemic virus long range disintegrator disguised as a free energy generator. Take note so that if this bug doesn't show up next fall you will know who to thank.

I just need to make the Illudium Modulator and it will be ready for action.

Pictures later...

That explains it! He gave himself away. Evan is really Marvin the Martian in disguise!

-bill

Evan
05-05-2009, 03:42 AM
Evan is really Marvin the Martian in disguise!



It's almost finished. Here is a sneak peak.

http://ixian.ca/pics6/im.jpg

A.K. Boomer
05-05-2009, 09:35 AM
I in no way want to be taken for someone who thinks people should not be allowed guns -- I think it a must that they are allowed this right, so much so that even though I don't own one I would stand with my friends that do -- I really don't see this ever happening here (for one they don't have enough prisons and/or force with purposeful direction in the matter - where are they going to find the enforcers when most all the people feel that its not only there god given right but its written in law) And in my opinion Its not what U-know who is about ---- I am however a firm believer in putting limitations on what kinds of guns can be bought and sold --- A line has to be drawn somewhere -- there are far to many freaks and we still have school systems and such -- You simply cannot allow high power automatic weapons that can take out hundreds of people in a matter of a few minutes --- they have nothing to do with "home defense" yet they can not only tear our country apart internally -- they can give the typical law abiding gun owner citizen a more difficult time in defending his stance ---- They give the people who don't know any better more leverage -- this is not good thinking -- I believe in efforts to drastically curb the sales and ownership of guns that are designed to kill people by the masses - there is no use for them except one thing - There's is a big difference of certain peoples view of what the word "gun control" means.
If this is taken seriously then maybe eventually we could make a change in getting most of the illegal ones off the street -- the alternative is a free-for-all and letting everybody have whatever they want -- way to many weirdo's for this, even the kids - and it also has the potential to get so far out of control that it could put the typical handgun at risk of owning, It always seems to be "give and inch-take a mile" and then everyone wonders why the hell their left with just a millimeter....
I believe that responsible gun owners should be pushing for those limitations - in doing so they are ensuring and protecting their own rights.

ckelloug
05-05-2009, 09:36 AM
Gentlemen,

I just flew back from London last night. Other than the extreme disappointment of walking by Buckingham Palace in the morning on the way to Victoria station only to wake up in Huntsville, Alabama USA at the end of the day, I suffered no ill effect.

Judging by the fact that the Roman lead catapult bullets from 100 AD were still on station at the British Museum, I can only assume that all of the world's ammo isn't yet in the hands of "collectors".

The remainder of my trip was spent on an onion farm in Norfolk with one of England's epoxy granite nerds. . .

Cheers Fellows.

--Cameron

aboard_epsilon
05-05-2009, 10:10 AM
I give up, what's an epoxy granite nerd ?

AK ..I thouight your name was all about your liking for guns ..

all the best.markj

A.K. Boomer
05-05-2009, 10:16 AM
I give up, what's an epoxy granite nerd ?

AK ..I thouight your name was all about your liking for guns ..

all the best.markj


AK stands for AikidoKinetics,

I wondered about the epoxy granite nerd also:confused:

aboard_epsilon
05-05-2009, 10:23 AM
AK stands for AikidoKinetics,



there is only 1 ref I see ..is your real name Carlos ?

all the best.markj

Dawai
05-05-2009, 10:34 AM
Lately there has been a gang war ongoing in Vancouver and the weapons of choice are most often high rate of fire high capacity machine pistols.

Normally that means there is a large amount of money being made off the illicit drug trade. THE "souths largest meth dealer lived next door" according to the evening news. Funny, when arrested he spent almost four hours in custody. That kinda tells you someone in the justice department was supporting him? THE meth heads are a nightmare to be "responsible" for their health needs also.

Most the thugs in bar room brawls and on street corners only have "cheap" guns. 22s and other small weapons, only when they hit "big time" do they graduate to more expensive weapons.

Evan, the post about gun control came from a email circulating. Most history proves out the statements, thou probably distorted to paint a one sided viewpoint.

I think the METH pandemic affects more people than the swine flu ever will. What is so difficult is the people who like to make money off the marijuana trade can not control the meth production or distribution.

Evan
05-05-2009, 10:52 AM
Epoxy-granite is used to make machine bases and to fill columns to add mass and rigidity.


David, there is plenty of drug traffic to fight over. The Gangs in the US smuggle drugs into the US via Vancouver and Guns into Canada for world wide distribution. An unregistered pistol will bring $500 to $1000 on the street. The gangs here are four main groups, the Asian gangs, the East Indian gangs, The Outlaw motorcycle gangs and the Mafia. There is a very active turf war ongoing now with a murder ever couple of days. They shooters are very accurate, or should I say effective, since the tactic is to riddle the suspect vehicle with bullets from a high capacity weapon. They are acheiving a better than 50% kill rate which is exceptional. The police have no chance of stopping it as it is impossible to infiltrate the organizations.

The gangs have become a lot more violent in the last ten years and especially recently. They are seriously skewing the crime statistics for violent crime for cities like Vancouver which has very few murders outside of targeted gang violence. These aren't local neighbourhood gangs either but branches of high level international criminal organizations.

Dawai
05-05-2009, 11:00 AM
LED Lasers do much to improve hit statistics on semi autos. I do not know about the spray and pray full auto's.

If you remember I mailed a box of batteries to some of our troops in Iraq. They had outfitted the weapons themselves. If it added security and confidence to the soldiers I am happy.

The crimson trace grips are a much needed addition to any home defense weapon. One antique B-square Laser I have you can not buy the 7.2 volt batteries for anymore. I adapted it to 9 volt externally. The first one I purchased was larger than the rifle it was mounted on, and heavier.

Evan
05-05-2009, 11:15 AM
I tried a laser pointer on our 500FPS bolt action CO2 22 cal pellet pistol. Totally useless in any sort of cluttered environment like bush and trees. It's nearly squirrel hunting season again for the wife so I ordered her a red/green good quality reflex scope instead. We'll she how she likes it. If she doesn't it's going on my telescope. :D Only $22 from Hong Kong for the scope, all metal.

http://ixian.ca/pics6/co2p.jpg

aboard_epsilon
05-05-2009, 11:20 AM
wife !! ..gun !! .....no way !!

if id have given the ex a gun ..I would have been dead before I got divorced .

all the best.markj

Evan
05-05-2009, 11:22 AM
Legally it is not a firearm in Canada and is not subject to any restrictions except you must be 18 to purchase it. Any projectile weapon with a muzzle velocity of 500 fps or less is unregulated regardless of how it is propelled.

camdigger
05-05-2009, 11:26 AM
Gun control - at least the Canadian version is the biggest insult to intelligence since the imminent ice age/global warming hysteria.

The publically released facts indicate that the project has cost more than 100x the original estimate at over $1,100,000,000 vs the promised $1,500,000. It targets long guns specifically as well as others. Assault weapons and hand guns have been restricted for several decades, yet the majority of shootings happen with hand guns and pray and spray automatic pistols. All the Canadian version of gun control has done is made criminals of otherwise law abiding citizens.

Politically, it is a no - win situation. If a party tries to dismantle the registry and punt the labor force that administers it, they come out as soft on crime. If a party tries to modify it, they are accused of throwing good money after bad. If they maintain the status quo, they take heat because it doesn't work as promised.

Because of the lack of consensus on gun control between the federal government who forced it on us and the provincial government who are obligated to enforce it even though they don't all agree with it has made the situation a fiasco.

My $.02 cdn
Cam

Evan
05-05-2009, 11:37 AM
On top of that it makes no difference to the police who don't refer to the registry and always assume that a homeowner is armed anyway. On top of that is that I know many people that have a variety of firearms and wouldn't even think about registering them. There is something wrong about a law that makes you a criminal for doing nothing when the day before you were a law abiding citizen. Gun control here isn't really gun control, it's vote control, or was when the Liberals were in office.

lazlo
05-05-2009, 01:01 PM
The remainder of my trip was spent on an onion farm in Norfolk with one of England's epoxy granite nerds. . .


So Cameron, did you bring your giant vibrator with you? :D

bob ward
05-05-2009, 01:01 PM
David, the circulating email you quoted in post #46 has certainly been circulating for a while.

"It has now been 12 months since gun owners in Australia were forced by new law to surrender 640,381 personal firearms to be destroyed by their own Government, a program costing Australia taxpayers more than $500 million dollars. The first year results are now in:"

It actually refers to 1996 legislation brought in after the Port Arthur massacre in April of that year, and the list of 7 items that allegedly ensue from the legislation are to be blunt, a load of crap.

A Short History of Firearm Ownership in Australia
Pistols in Australia have ALWAYS been tightly regulated, and almost impossible for civilians to own legally unless you are a security guard or similar. Imagine that, a whole country where virtually no one carries a pistol around or keeps one in their glovebox or in their bedside drawer. And its always been that way.

Long arms, ie bolt action rifles and shot guns, were always permitted and did not need to be registered. No automatics please. They were always viewed just as a tool do do a job, much like a wheel barrow or a hammer. They were never penis substitutes or an extra penis as they are in some cultures.

The 1996 legislation got rid of all the automatic weapons that had been starting to come into the country, which to me is a good thing. The legislation also made it a lot tougher to own long arms as they now had to be registered, the weapon kept in a secure locked cupboard and the ammo kept in a separate locked cupboard.

Many of the weapons that were handed in to the government were from people who were still entitled to own them but did not want the expense of complying with the legislation. Plus you got a good payout for a rusted .22

So nowadays, pistols are still a no no for civilians, those that need long arms still have them, and the people without guns, which is most of the population, don't fret about it.

lazlo
05-05-2009, 01:08 PM
David, the circulating email you quoted in post #46 has certainly been circulating for a while.

It actually refers to 1996 legislation brought in after the Port Arthur massacre in April of that year, and the list of 7 items that allegedly ensue from the legislation are to be blunt, a load of crap.

I have several handguns and two shotguns, so I have no dog in this fight, but 99% of the time those email chain letters, regardless of topic, are utter bullsh!t.

Now that the general public has discovered Twitter (which I personally find one of the most irritating spawn of the Web), people are passing around the same junk mail in 140 character fragments.

camdigger
05-05-2009, 01:43 PM
Lazlo/Bob

That a widely circulated email regarding Australian gun control is not accurate doesn't surprise me. Please don't disregard the info in posts #69 and #70 as it is completely and absolutely true....

Canadian gun control evolved AIR, as a knee jerk reaction to result of the Montreal Polytechique massacre. In that incident a disgruntled student stole a restricted weapon from a military base. Please consider this... a theft of a restricted weapon from a military base, and the subsequent use in a violent act resulted in legislation that created a bloated, inefficient administration that made criminals of many formerly law abiding citizens.

Gun control doesn't work to control crime PERIOD. I could cite several examples of it's many and various failings from my own personal experiences, but I won't take up your time...

Dawai
05-05-2009, 02:47 PM
Politicians "fear" the public. Why else would they want to pass laws against .50 caliber target weapons?

Have you ever heard of a druggie or other criminal using one in a assault or killing. BUT, seeing the snipers use them to off enemies makes em think. Hey... Are the Kennedy s scared of guns? Must have started with the Mafia trials of the 60s.

I still think Meth is a worse disease than swine flu ever will be.

ckelloug
05-05-2009, 04:46 PM
Lazlo,

Negative on the giant vibrator. At 400 lbs it's a bit heavy by even my carry-on luggage standards.

I did see the fabulous Thurston Museum of steam powered carnival engines however. I got to ride a ~100 year old "galloper" carnival ride complete with the original paper programmed "CNC" organ. It had been modified to run from an antique electric motor instead of the steam engine for operation indoors but other than that, it was all original.

In keeping with the thread topic, I did see some fantastically large British hogs wandering around their farm in rural Norfolk however. I did not catch swine flu.

I might have come down with a worse case of epoxy granite fever but I've been suffering with that for a few years. . .

I also came down with a couple letters from the city demanding I cut my grass at the lab building(which my contractor was doing before I got the letters).

--Cameron

Willy
05-05-2009, 04:49 PM
Gun control...it's not about guns...it's about control!

sansbury
05-05-2009, 09:30 PM
Politically, it is a no - win situation. If a party tries to dismantle the registry and punt the labor force that administers it, they come out as soft on crime. If a party tries to modify it, they are accused of throwing good money after bad. If they maintain the status quo, they take heat because it doesn't work as promised.

Sounds much like the War on Drugs to me.


Gun control here isn't really gun control, it's vote control, or was when the Liberals were in office.

Are (were?) these Liberals left or right wing? It can be so confusing.

Evan
05-05-2009, 09:51 PM
The Liberals are like the Democrats. The Conservatives are like the GOP.

John Stevenson
05-06-2009, 03:27 AM
And Bridgeport's are like South Bend, over rated flimsy pieces of licorice.

small.planes
05-06-2009, 07:33 AM
I was pretty sure that gun control meant hitting what you aimed at
:rolleyes:

Dave

Evan
05-06-2009, 08:07 AM
That is called point of aim control. Gun control is making sure the cannon doesn't roll around on the deck. :D

In Basic if you made the mistake of calling your firearm a "gun" you had the honor of running around the platoon at double time while they were marching, holding your rifle above your head with one hand and grabbing your crotch with the other. You chanted "This is my rifle, this is my gun, one is for shooting and one is for fun".

Dawai
05-06-2009, 08:23 AM
John S: I suppose the bridgeports being a normal design for American machine shop tools in the 40s is what saved all you Limeys from speaking German?

May be a bad tool compared to some, not all tools are Rolls Royce engine powered, some have chevy engines. A dime a dozen.

Poke poke.. stir stir.. aww the flavor of bacon with my eggs in the morning... I ain't skeered.

Evan
05-06-2009, 09:32 AM
Nowadays they speak German anyway...:rolleyes:

small.planes
05-06-2009, 10:22 AM
肯定您手段汉语

:p

old-biker-uk
05-06-2009, 03:50 PM
Nowadays they speak German anyway...:rolleyes:

¡Das ist nicht komisch!

Evan
05-06-2009, 04:12 PM
Das ist mir scheißegal. ;)

SDL
05-06-2009, 06:30 PM
John S: I suppose the bridgeports being a normal design for American machine shop tools in the 40s is what saved all you Limeys from speaking German?
.

Thought that honour went to the Hurricane:confused:

Steve Larner.

lazlo
05-06-2009, 06:38 PM
Thought that honour went to the Hurricane:confused:

I thought it was from 200,000 soldiers spilling their blood on the beaches of Normandy?