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Old 7th Sep 2021, 13:53
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Originally Posted by c52
"Dear Leader, you must not leap for joy when Air Force demonstrates flying 4'6" above the runway."

Elephants canít jump. KFU canít either, the floor would collapse
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 14:04
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The first trial of the John Logie Baird TV projector to entertain the troops on the front line carried on despite the gas attack....
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 15:26
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Very good shooting. nice grouping, you took out those troops and tents perfectly, I particulary like the way you set those lorries ablaze, but to nitpick, perhaps you should rotate the gun 180 degree's and shoot at the enemy.
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 15:29
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Nein. it vas originally called the fields of flounders after the shape of our masks..
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 16:07
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At Hamburg -on -sea the Home Guard have to improvise with defensive armaments in the early stages of the War. The local Tennis Club wonder where the Serve Training machine went .
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 16:17
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Very good. Next time we try it with gas masks and a loaded magazine.
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 16:28
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You've hit one!

It wasn't the one I was aiming for...
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 17:03
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Commissioner Gordon has sent instructions to turn on the Bat Signal. ...
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 17:06
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They don’t like it up em Herr Mainwairing
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 17:08
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(.Quickly ) ...Pull pull pull pull pull pull......
well punk do you feel lucky? Given this is a Magnum, probably the most powerful hand gun in the World, and would blow your head off .....etc etc
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 17:12
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Nutty On the left...Laughing quietly to himself. He he he...
Buster ( on the right ) has not realised I stuffed a pair of my old sweaty socks in his respirator. been ' fermenting ' nicely for the last 4 weeks...
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The automation of the Wehrmacht's Christmas Dinner proceeded apace. The Rosenkohl are loaded into magazine (or Kolander in German) and then shot into the bucket outside the KŁchezelt. (Some unscrupulous troops would snack on the occasional raw sprout - hence the gas masks)
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Old 7th Sep 2021, 20:24
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Holy ****, all those holes are about to line up!!!
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We'll give 'em "who do you think you are kidding Mr Hitler?"!
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Respirator? No no they are Baked Bean cans, we attatch string and we have secure communication. Dual purpose ...
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Sherman and Mr. Peabody were astounded when the WayBack Machine landed them beside two strangers in 1917.

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and today COVID mask restrictions are ramped up to the next level
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What happened to Fritz? He was always careful to stay behind the splinter shield.

The holes in the swiss cheese must have lined up.
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...and that, my Boy, is where the term Sour Kraut came from!
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