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  1. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Is it a European trait to just want to build model ships, whichever type ??? Nice one Dave, quite nicely expressed, Brian ... I would say: You reap what you sow ... deservedly
  2. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    open the ******************* topic and be done with it, or is it "I keep on behaving like a ... for the fun of it"
  3. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Don't forget: Europe has an entirely different view on the subject than the US.
  4. You should also take into account the type of ship, for a merchant ship might have them below, a warrior wouldn't, another aspect to conside are the circumstances a ship sails under (is that English?), entering pirated territory, in war with another "sailing power", etc
  5. What have you received today?

    You took away the fun part ...
  6. What have you received today?

    Any more times you wanna post your reply Lou?
  7. What have you received today?

    So why didn't you buy a set of hockeysticks multifunctional too ............. you did pick a nice selecion though
  8. What have you received today?

    You can whack away at some canon balls to practice your swing, wouldn't need to walk far either ...
  9. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Then our bitch is a poor bastard, she has to sleep either in her bench, or in the hall downstairs. An intruder will see her first, ... and probably feel her teeth first as well Pitty, could have been a great photograph ... if you only took the handsome fella on the left! Scotch eggs Patrick, for the natives amongst us
  10. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    as I wrote: "must look after his owner " How come it doesn't surpise me ... Lou ... SIT ... oh darn, forgot ... no knowledge of any basic comands either
  11. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Pork was yummy, with home made potatoe salad. Tried mango in my yoghurt i-scream mix Yesterday, and had that as desert ... not enough, by far not enough !!!
  12. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Hand fed, must look after his owner Still, you should teach him some basic table manners. I do not accept my invites to stand in their plates at dinner!!!
  13. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Oh, I forgot ... Lou, your dug doesn't have table manners. Where is the cuttlery!!!!!!!
  14. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    What did I do today ... went to work (35 min drive) got down to programming, with a wee bit of MSW in between, went home (55min drive ) walked "ze dug" started the barbie, put on 2 lbs of pork neck with me rub, and am currently enjoying a few famous grouses whilst reading my favourite form's postings, the ones I'm interested in ...
  15. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    A bit late, Kurt, but I'm fully in sync with this. Those parents should be - to stay in naval terminology - keel hauled. I don't go to restaurants any more because of irritating children and people whom seen to find their voice very important (idiots which do not turn their smartphone off, those can run the gauntlet ...) You can always take a king willy ...

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