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The Lounge / Re: This or that?
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Hot dog with melted cheese or hot dog with tomatoes and dijan mustard?
The Lounge / Re: True or false?
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The Lounge / Re: What have you just eaten or drunk?
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Tea and roasted sunflower seeds.
The Lounge / Re: What Time Is It?
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9:38 pm
The Lounge / Re: For keeps or drop.
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Effective reading
The Lounge / Re: Five letter game
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erupt >  trail
DnD Central / Re: What's Going on in Europe
Last post by rjhowie -
If that is Paul McCartney then it is a damn disgrace but will still keep my Beatles LP's.

He comes from Liverpool which has a long tradition of two sides - Prot and RC Irish tradition. The former Prime Minister of the Irish Republic John Brutin has stated on television that the Easter Rebellion was not necessary at all as the UK government had stated officially in 1914 that a government would be given to Dublin but the First World War interrupted that delaying things. The 6 northern counties did not want a break and rightly got what they wanted as Dublin got their corner.  Although the south of Ireland's new flag showed the 2 traditional colours in Ireland as soon as 1922 came what unfortunately occurred was a mass persecution of people and the non-RC population collapsed to only 2% from what had been near 30. Sad and made the remaining counties determined to stay British :)  Nowadays the old attitude has mainly gone apart from that conjured up by those neo-Marxists in the Sinn Fein. They will never run a government in the south as the population is more modern, reasonable and sensible. Good to see that the south has made progress and there was a good reason for that I would say and they and Britain are more friendly as well.  In fact the republic even dropped their claim on Ulster from their constitution and regard them for that and much else but if the North wants to remain in Britain then the SF lot can get, well, ehrm, stuffed!  :knight:
DnD Central / Re: The Awesomesauce with Religion
Last post by rjhowie -
I didn't see any kneeling in front of the white coat man. If I met your boss I would be polite and shake hands and a smile then give him a framed picture of "King Billy."  :D
DnD Central / Re: 21st century architecture
Last post by Belfrager -
Economics are not a science and even less commerce, business or administration.
And ontology belongs to the realm of pure philosophy - the knowledge of the Being, linguistics being a side a part sub-discipline.

What a confusion goes on those minds, the "virtues" of modern education for the youngsters.