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  • #61
    Originally posted by KC View Post
    Originally posted by BeerSlayer View Post
    As your new king ... I will call AMA to change a flat. Most of the time it takes less than 8 hours.
    During a war - 8 months.

    As King, will you change the country name to BEERISTAN?
    I was thinking Beerlandia. Open to suggestions though. I might sell the naming rights to raise money for war. I intend to FINALLY annex the Turks and Caicos. Once completed, I will move my capital there and never have to freeze my ***** off again. We could also claim the Falklands but I think that's been tried. Cuba might be a good target too. Get it before the Americans do.
    "all we are say-ing ... is give beer a chaaaance"

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    • #62
      Originally posted by howie View Post
      Y'know, she wasn't a bad lookin' gal, in that forties kinda way.
      Aw, howie has a crush on Her Majesty.
      Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by BeerSlayer View Post
        Originally posted by KC View Post
        Originally posted by BeerSlayer View Post
        As your new king ... I will call AMA to change a flat. Most of the time it takes less than 8 hours.
        During a war - 8 months.

        As King, will you change the country name to BEERISTAN?
        I was thinking Beerlandia. Open to suggestions though. I might sell the naming rights to raise money for war. I intend to FINALLY annex the Turks and Caicos. Once completed, I will move my capital there and never have to freeze my ***** off again. We could also claim the Falklands but I think that's been tried. Cuba might be a good target too. Get it before the Americans do.
        Of course, the national drink will be heavily subsidized, right?

        And who would Beerlandia need to fight? Or is that for fighting off countries trying to merge with us? ( The Little Mouse that Roared, and all that.)
        Last edited by KC; 08-01-2015, 09:20 PM.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by KC View Post
          Wow, I'd date her. What happened? We should put that on the bank notes.

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          • #65
            ^It would look to much like Canadain Tire money with that picture. She is/was a very pretty lady.
            Hey, there's an idea. If Charles becomes king maybe his picture could go on the Canadian Tire 5 cent note. Winning.
            Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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            • #66
              ^ however, I always thought though that there was a lot more going on in the guy's mind than the hapless image the media loved. No mention of beer, though he is heavily into agriculture, so BeerSlayer might have a worthy opponent.

              LEADERS & VISIONARIES
              Prince Charles

              By CATHERINE MAYERWednesday, Oct. 17, 2007

              Excerpt:
              "Although he has gradually gained international recognition as one of the world's leading conservationists, many Brits still think of him as a crank who talks to plants. ..."

              http://content.time.com/time/special...669898,00.html

              Secret web of the Black Spider Prince

              By PAUL RICHARDS, 26 June 2010
              Excerpt:

              "Or it might be that Prince Charles exercises enormous, secretive and unaccountable power and influence over matters of state. The interference in the planning process for Chelsea Barracks might be just one example among scores. Is the Prince the invisible hand behind much Government policy?

              We just don’t know. These letters, hundreds of them, lie in secret files deep in Whitehall ...

              When one or two of Charles’s letters have been dragged out of Whitehall after leaks or under Freedom Of Information laws, we get a glimpse of his style and methods. But he goes to great lengths to prevent the public knowing what position he takes.

              When The Mail on Sunday revealed that he had circulated a journal describing the Chinese leadership as ‘appalling old waxworks’ he launched a £1 million legal action to prevent the public*ation of more observations from his other journals. ...

              It would be in Prince Charles’s own interests, before he becomes our King, to publish the letters.
              Once he is on the throne, all this campaigning has to stop. That’s the rules.

              The King cannot be a political lobbyist. ...

              I suspect he would come out of it rather well – as a man with vision, ideals and passion, in an era of apathy and cynicism. ..."



              http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/ar...er-Prince.html.
              This gets into the global conspiracy theory territory:

              The English Environmental Elite, Global Warming, and The Anglican Church

              Prince Philip's most recent contribution to environmentalism has been his effort to unite the world's dominant established religions behind the great green crusade. In this he has been quite successful...

              Prince Philip's first-born son, Prince Charles, wasted little time taking up the struggle. In 1968 he became chairman of ... In the same year, in his maiden speech at Cambridge Union, he argued passionately in favour of the motion: "This House believes that technological advance threatens the individuality of man and is becoming his master."

              ...

              Inner members of the cabal included the head of WWF Conservation, the director of Friends of the Earth, and key bureaucrats and academics. The result was an even more aggressive reproach of current government policies. In violation of custom, the Prince refused a ministerial request to remove critical sections from a speech he gave to the delegations attending the "Saving the Ozone Layer" World Conference in 1989.

              It was during this time that the Prince first began sounding warnings of "catastrophic climate changes". In 1989 he summoned the then Minister of Energy to the palace at Hargrove for a "frank exchange of views." The commentary on this meeting contains the following generalization:

              "Although the Prince's public manner is diffident and self-deprecating, he could be exceptionally forceful in private, surprising his guests with his vehemence, often banging the table with the palm of his hand to reinforce an argument."
              ...
              "Environmentalism is not the only concern of the Prince. He is involved in a dozen or so social and political initiatives, and he has amassed a considerable war chest with which to pursue his goals. ... a fund he launched in 1976. He also raised 40 million pounds in 1987 for his Prince's Youth Business Trust. The Prince's Trust, with Charles as president, now has an annual turnover of 32 million pounds, a staff of 400, and over 10,000 volunteers. The main activity for the Trust is promoting entrepreneurialism among the unemployed through micro-loans to poor but aspiring youth. ..."


              http://ecofascism.com/article3.html
              Last edited by KC; 08-01-2015, 10:05 PM.

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              • #67
                Didn't there used to be a song where someone talked to the trees but they didn't listen to me?. Anyway, I think what most of us think of the royals is probably wrong. I once watched a show about the queen and it showed private footage of her and the royal kids when they were young. They just seemed like any other family except for the fact they were multi millionaires with the world at their feet (so it seems). I think Queen Elisabeth has served us all proud. There is no doubt she is dedicated to her calling and takes it very seriously.
                Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by Gemini View Post
                  Originally posted by howie View Post
                  Y'know, she wasn't a bad lookin' gal, in that forties kinda way.
                  Aw, howie has a crush on Her Majesty.
                  LOL! But I haven't seen a photo of you yet, Gem.
                  Nisi Dominus Frustra

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by howie View Post
                    Originally posted by Gemini View Post
                    Originally posted by howie View Post
                    Y'know, she wasn't a bad lookin' gal, in that forties kinda way.
                    Aw, howie has a crush on Her Majesty.
                    LOL! But I haven't seen a photo of you yet, Gem.
                    I think her real identity is a closely guarded secret but she might be among these here:

                    Women of DC Universe As 1940s Bombshell Pin-Ups [Gallery]

                    http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2014/04/...n-ups-gallery/

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                    • #70
                      ^When my pictures roll out of Costco's development machine the staff all go 'WOW'.
                      Now I'm 99% certain the are saying that for the right reasons.
                      We also should give out a special shout to this industrious gal Rosie the Riveter.

                      https://www.google.ca/search?q=rosie...%3B2160%3B1508
                      Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by Gemini View Post
                        ^When my pictures roll out of Costco's development machine the staff all go 'WOW'.
                        Now I'm 99% certain the are saying that for the right reasons.
                        We also should give out a special shout to this industrious gal Rosie the Riveter.

                        Oh boy. Now Howie is going to have a crush on you too. You better watch out or he may be stocking (sorry stalking) your threads.

                        Also, between the Queen and Rosie, a guy would never have to take his vehicle back to the repair or body shop.
                        Last edited by KC; 09-01-2015, 11:59 AM.

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                        • #72
                          ^Oh I aint worried about howie, he's always been a perfect gentleman to converse with.
                          Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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                          • #73
                            Thank you, Gem.

                            Now don't be silly, KC. We've had our little laugh on this. Move on, mate.
                            Nisi Dominus Frustra

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by KC View Post
                              Originally posted by BeerSlayer View Post
                              Originally posted by KC View Post
                              Originally posted by BeerSlayer View Post
                              As your new king ... I will call AMA to change a flat. Most of the time it takes less than 8 hours.
                              During a war - 8 months.

                              As King, will you change the country name to BEERISTAN?
                              I was thinking Beerlandia. Open to suggestions though. I might sell the naming rights to raise money for war. I intend to FINALLY annex the Turks and Caicos. Once completed, I will move my capital there and never have to freeze my ***** off again. We could also claim the Falklands but I think that's been tried. Cuba might be a good target too. Get it before the Americans do.
                              Of course, the national drink will be heavily subsidized, right?

                              And who would Beerlandia need to fight? Or is that for fighting off countries trying to merge with us? ( The Little Mouse that Roared, and all that.)
                              I'd have a third tap installed in every sink!

                              I'm looking for Lebensraum - it's too crowded in the warm places in Canada. We need to annex some warm territories.
                              "all we are say-ing ... is give beer a chaaaance"

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                              • #75
                                A not so interesting story below. England had people that were socialists and pro-Communists (i.e. pro-dictatorship) in the early pre-war parts of the last century too. Basically extremes on both the right and left until sides were chosen and enemies identified/labeled.

                                Interesting though that a media outlet would deliberately publish controversial photos of a 7 year old.

                                See increasingly today - "WHATEVER you EVER say or do, WILL be used AGAINST you."




                                'The Sun has sunk to a new low': British public reacts with fury after tabloid publishes 80-year-old pictures of the seven-year-old Queen and the Queen Mother being taught a Nazi salute


                                "Salute: The Nazi salute became a symbol of fear across Europe after the rise of Hitler. But at the time the footage was taken there was not 'a child in Britain in the 1930s or 40s' who had not 'performed a mock Nazi salute as a bit of a lark', according to historian James Holland"



                                "The extent of former King of England Edward VIII's Nazi sympathies were laid bare in the Mail On Sunday in March - in addition to the efforts made by the Establishment to destroy vital documents they feared could bring down the House of Windsor.

                                Edward began communicating with Hitler shortly after he was elected Chancellor in 1933 - the same year Queen Elizabeth II, then seven, was pictured making a Nazi salute.

                                Hitler even tried to marry Edward, then Prince of Wales, to a young German princess as he increasingly became seen as a friend and ally of the Nazi regime.

                                After his abdication in 1936, Edward became an outspoken critic of Churchill and was convinced that if he had stayed on the throne war would have been averted in Germany. "




                                http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-Balmoral.html

                                Last edited by KC; 03-09-2015, 07:51 AM.

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