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Subject: UK nuclear warhead reloc routes
Herc the Merc    5/16/2007 6:29:59 PM
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flamingknives       5/17/2007 3:16:05 PM
Oh good grief.

Take this knob-measuring contest somewhere else.
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Herc the Merc    See flaming I owe Lancashire-lol   5/17/2007 3:21:30 PM

Oh good grief.

Take this knob-measuring contest somewhere else.

Along with Chandulal Mahadevia, a friend, and Arthur Shorrock, an Englishman who knew some British textile-machinery manufacturers in Lancashire, he took over the management of a small mill in Ahmedabad, and named it the Shorrock Mill. Of the initial equity capital of Rs 3.25 lakh, Mafatlal picked up 30 shares of Rs 1,000 each while his father picked up another 30 shares. Mafatlal and his partners evolved an innovative scheme to muster the rest of the funds. In those days, business concerns were run by managing agencies. So, the enterprising partners promised investors a share in the managing agency

...The first mill did extremely well, and Mafatlal developed an appetite for expansion. Six years later, in 1912, he bought a mill in neighbouring Nadiad for Rs 6.26 lakh. The second mill was aptly called New Shorrock

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flamingknives       5/17/2007 3:42:18 PM
I could care less, but I'd have to try really hard.

Why did you start this thread? You have no comment on the original topic and have rapidly diverted, for no apparent reason, into waving your virtual bell-end around.

Stop it.
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Herc the Merc    oops back on track   5/17/2007 3:58:44 PM
Just wanted to correct Drazhars & Advances tone.
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AdvanceAustralia    Herc   5/17/2007 3:58:56 PM

its all a lie and calculated deception. The watch from Queen Victoria is a a handheld type(as opposed to wrist) and is in a gold shell, I do not remember further. The textiles were all cotton weaving , competition was Manchester. My grand-dad to dad to great granddad kicked the living daylights out of the UK competition and hence were recognized by the royalty--until CHina kicked the shit out of everybody in textiles. Check textile history.

You are avoiding the issue. I highlighted the two sentences you wrote about club memberships but SP appears to have censored this. From your post above:

"We still have some memberships in some old British clubs..."

"LOst those club membership things though..."

You can't even lie straight in bed. You contradict yourself within the same paragraph. Your lack of credibility is complete.

Go away.

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Lawman       5/19/2007 8:14:04 AM

Huh. I'd put the risk of an atomic weapon going off accidently at slightly below death by falling sheep.

Sorry FK, that's much much more likely, my old gliding club accidentally launched a sheep that got caught up in the catapult wire, and it flew a good mile or so! So, yes, you are much, much more likely to be killed by falling sheep!
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