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A Word about Islam

Un mot au sujet de l'Islam

the dissident frogman 16 years and 6 months ago

Necrothreading much?

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While I mean to keep the volume of 'YouTubing' as low as possible around here — simply because I find that in most cases, it tends to be just a rather lazy substitute for writing — I believe you have to see this one.

If you already have, well, I'm sure you'll agree it's worth seeing again. This is British Demolition Works(1) at its very best.
  1. Bringing down the house, with a smile.

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J'ai l'intention de limiter le volume de 'YouTubing' par ici — simplement parce que le plus souvent cela me semble n'être qu'un piètre et paresseux substitut à l'écrit — je crois que vous devriez réellement voir ça.

Si vous l'avez déjà vu, vous ne me contredirez surement pas quand je dis que cela vaut la peine d'être vu à nouveau. C'est le top de l'Ouvrage de Démolition Britannique(1).
  1. On casse, avec un sourire.



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1974 - 2hotel9

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  • 2hotel9 Western Pennsylvania

Wow, I wonder if they even let the ink dry on that Fatwa before it hit the cobbles, eh what.

1975 - Saladin

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Welcome back sir, Hope to read your well worded thought on a more frequent basis, I checked your old dacha daily 2 to 3 years ago when you where on fire. Re- the vid clip: Nice to see at least one Brit who sees through the smoke of the apologists and shares with us the reality of this invasive situation Briton faces itself with.

1979 - Panthercub

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1980 - Karridine

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If you ever mean to get back to where you were right before you pushed the horrible, horrible button of death, two.frikkin'.minutes.ago. Plus you know that blaming God is not really going to help anyway...

Mon vieux, what a nightmare!

Yes, I thunk I was the only one who pushed the wrong buttons or had my UPS interrupted at the most critical time...

Crazy is when these events happen in our lives.

Character is when we rise to the occasion, dust ourselves off, dry the tears of disappointment and frustration, take a deep breath, remember that picture in our mind of Suzie tenderly caring for he son, or my son, or yours... and smile a wry smile, and plunge back in.

Been there, done that. Glad you did, too.

1981 - Valerie, Texas

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Pity most Brits has not awakened to the peril they are in as has this man.

1982 - Panthercub

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'As has this...' Oh dear, excuse me, rather wider in the hips than that, fleshier around the top half

1983 - Panthercub

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Sometimes you don't even have to touch the thing. Beautiful summer's day, a few days off work, came in, switched on, not a care in the world, opened Word, began to type and phut! Dead, junk, no power. Change fuse in plug. (Be sensible on occasions such as this, do not scream, batter walls, froth at mouth - yet.) Nothing. Being a tad financially challenged, ponder, as in do not automatically summon million pounds an hour repair whizzo. (Fortunately most stuff backed up - except of course the most recent and therefore by definition most seminally important. still, I wrote it once, I can dig into my brain and write it again. Maybe it'll be better this time....Decide to let bank balance grow a little before doing anything well, expensive. Get ancient desktop out of mothballs. Win98 was a wonderful product, you know, can't think why they felt it necessary to mess with it...Set up internet connection, install Photoshop, Flash player...Character-building, as you say.