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Subject: UK nuclear warhead reloc routes
Herc the Merc    5/16/2007 6:29:59 PM
 
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Herc the Merc       5/16/2007 6:30:53 PM
 
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flamingknives       5/17/2007 1:51:02 PM
So?
 
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Drazhar       5/17/2007 1:53:52 PM
He probably hopes some terrorists are looking at this.
 
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Herc the Merc    So- get a picyure with the team or hangout and wave flags   5/17/2007 1:54:14 PM
or protest, whatever ur political stripes. Or relocate if u are concerned one goes off accidently.
 
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Herc the Merc    typical Drazhar   5/17/2007 1:57:15 PM

He probably hopes some terrorists are looking at this.



It would make some good press and talk, but I wouldn't be wishing it. Considering how whacko some of ur countrymen are I would be concerned. Actually the routes were published for safety awareness and move ur house kind off thing. My new employers are from UK I wish UK very well now. Pass on the moolah, everyone wants to come to SIlicon Valley to strike it rich.
 
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flamingknives       5/17/2007 2:18:12 PM
Huh. I'd put the risk of an atomic weapon going off accidently at slightly below death by falling sheep.
 
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Herc the Merc    & Drahzar   5/17/2007 2:42:33 PM
My family actually did very well under the British rule. In fact my grandfather or so has some Queen Victoria watch and memorabilia gifted to him for textile genius. Maybe he gave ur folks in Manchester a hard time from his textiles making cotton shirts. We still have some memberships in some old British clubs (I don't remember names) where u would have to wait in line for 50 years to get. So.....the empire was not all that smart. I ended up with more money consequently. LOst those club membership things though......would be great to hobnob with British royalty.
 
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AdvanceAustralia    Liar   5/17/2007 2:52:39 PM

My family actually did very well under the British rule. In fact my grandfather or so has some Queen Victoria watch and memorabilia gifted to him for textile genius. Maybe he gave ur folks in Manchester a hard time from his textiles making cotton shirts. We still have some memberships in some old British clubs (I don't remember names) where u would have to wait in line for 50 years to get. So.....the empire was not all that smart. I ended up with more money consequently. LOst those club membership things though......would be great to hobnob with British royalty.



 
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Herc the Merc    OK Advance   5/17/2007 2:56:37 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.
 
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Herc the Merc    Here Advance a story for u--note thats noit my family but they were the owners   5/17/2007 3:05:21 PM
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