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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6360 on: 12-01-2016, 01:01:23 »

I usually imagine my own sounds with it, like `tjunk, tupdieyupdiedee` aaa enemy spotted, ratatatataboom

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6361 on: 12-01-2016, 17:01:41 »

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« Reply #6362 on: 21-01-2016, 22:01:13 »
I vommited for the first time in 14 years.... Even when i drank alcohol, no booze could destroy me.

But this, surprise flu..that is also gone after a day
-i am fairly sure that if they took porn off the internet, there would only be one website left and it would be called bring back the porn "Perry cox, Scrubs.

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6363 on: 22-01-2016, 01:01:45 »
"Flu". A, B, H1N1, swine? No.

Norovirus is particularly active this time of the year and causes you to vomit for 12-36 hours.

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« Reply #6364 on: 22-01-2016, 11:01:56 »
"Flu". A, B, H1N1, swine? No.

Norovirus is particularly active this time of the year and causes you to vomit for 12-36 hours.
Well i only had to vomit once. I slept over at a girl this saturday, and she had the exact same thing 2 days earlier and was fine after a day. Appearntly it can incubate for a few days before breaking out.

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6365 on: 22-01-2016, 15:01:29 »
Brugse tripel, Augustijn, La Chouffe, Vedett, Karmeliet, Hoegaarden ... Slowly but surely I am drinking my way through all Belgian beers available.


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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6366 on: 25-01-2016, 09:01:08 »
EU referendum for UK is nearing, but I see typically wrong direction.

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35394839

The "Leave" block cites lower trade balance since UK joined EU in 1992. What? It is your industries' death, your country switched to service and become the financial hub for the world. Now, irrelevant conclusion, doesn't it?
Freedom of movement? Country swamped by migrant workers? Well, how about this? I have been working with dozens of European companies, most their executives turned out to be British (even many of my counterparts). Based in Zurich? Yes, British guy from Bolton is the boss. Denmark? Yep, a guy from Newcastle. Office in Rotterdam? Another Geordie guy picked up the phone. A German giant corporate? A British guy is their representative here. Heck, even our French counterpart's boss is British. It can be said that it benefits upper class Brits than its lower class. A non-EU entity: Japanese financial giant? The local boss is a British Asian guy from Guildford.

The "No" block cites economic benefits, well they are right. But there are so many aspects that are damaging as well. E.g. silly legislation forced to its members. Remember the diesel hypes to fight carbon emission? It turns out to be quite noxious. There are surely more insensible regulations out there that do more damages than improves the already good countries.

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6367 on: 25-01-2016, 19:01:14 »
I could use some help from someone who speaks Polish or is familiar with Polish militaria. I bought a Polish grenade box and it has some Polish text on it. I plan to restore at least part of the text once I'm done refurbishing the entire thing. There are some bits of the text I can't make out, so I thought someone with the knowledge of Polish might be able to guess what they read.

Front right of the box:

RG-42
23-54-406
20??? T (szt maybe?)

Front left:

UZRGM (or UZROM)
P31-70-354
BRUTTO 17kg

Backside:



UN 0284
GRANATY RECZNE LUD ??
Z LADUNKIEM ROZ ??
The bottom bit I can't really make out

I'd really appreciate if someone could help with these.
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6368 on: 25-01-2016, 19:01:00 »
EU referendum for UK is nearing, but I see typically wrong direction.

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-35394839

The "Leave" block cites lower trade balance since UK joined EU in 1992. What? It is your industries' death, your country switched to service and become the financial hub for the world. Now, irrelevant conclusion, doesn't it?
Freedom of movement? Country swamped by migrant workers? Well, how about this? I have been working with dozens of European companies, most their executives turned out to be British (even many of my counterparts). Based in Zurich? Yes, British guy from Bolton is the boss. Denmark? Yep, a guy from Newcastle. Office in Rotterdam? Another Geordie guy picked up the phone. A German giant corporate? A British guy is their representative here. Heck, even our French counterpart's boss is British. It can be said that it benefits upper class Brits than its lower class. A non-EU entity: Japanese financial giant? The local boss is a British Asian guy from Guildford.

The "No" block cites economic benefits, well they are right. But there are so many aspects that are damaging as well. E.g. silly legislation forced to its members. Remember the diesel hypes to fight carbon emission? It turns out to be quite noxious. There are surely more insensible regulations out there that do more damages than improves the already good countries.

the good news are :
- Scotland will become independant
- France could let UK deal with migrants in UK and not in France

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6369 on: 25-01-2016, 20:01:43 »
grenade box
Dayyyumn son, I have a few of those myself :D. without the insides though ;/.
Okay lets go, things I know :D
Rg-42 - well, a grenade

UZRGM - Uniwersalny Zapalnik Ręcznych Granatów -  Modernizowany (Universal Hand Grenade Igniter - Modernised) - model of timed ignitor used in F1 and RG-42 grenades.

GRANATY, RĘCZNE LUB KARABINOWE - grenades, hand (grenades) or rifle (grenades)
Z ŁADUNKIEM ROZRYWAJĄCYM - with bursting (fragmentation) charge.
20 szt. (sztuk) - 20 pieces

I have no idae about the rest of the numbers, I guess they are there to keep track of where they belong/should go during transport, or something along those lines.

a few pics.
http://ms-img01.allegroimg.pl/ms/oryginal/de/db/13/1370/137025/1370252_90a11e02c7b1133c62d8ddc4
http://ms-img01.allegroimg.pl/ms/oryginal/de/db/13/1370/137023/1370231_16f2c3adf4e583f17e69feaa

If you want more just google "skrzynka RG-42" and it should find some.

Ok, I did a little research
UN 0284 - code for RG42 grenades
UN 0408 - code for the igniters
« Last Edit: 25-01-2016, 20:01:24 by Musti »
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6370 on: 26-01-2016, 17:01:21 »
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Thank you very much my friend! Mine still has its insides but I might remove them. Could make new ones so that it can maybe hold a beer or two ;)
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6371 on: 27-01-2016, 04:01:08 »
I vommited for the first time in 14 years.... Even when i drank alcohol, no booze could destroy me.

But this, surprise flu..that is also gone after a day

I have to place this little nugget right here =    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlLPAIrmqvE

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6372 on: 29-01-2016, 20:01:35 »
Meanwhily, in my DIY corner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjL3whsitQo
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6373 on: 10-02-2016, 19:02:18 »
30km away of my home, a new and large depot is gonna open up in the future, providing 250 jobs.
The contents? US Army tanks, trucks, artillery and vehicles. A conventional vehicle depot for refurbishing storing and sending out units.

I applied for it. Its the closest thing i can get to the army. My illness prevented military service. And i already made an big impression with the spokesman when i said "so what vehicles will be stored there? abrams, Humvees, Paladins, M939, HEMTT, M113's?"

Jobs will be security, mechanics, maintance and such. I have experience as a welder, so i hope this will be my leverage. Since its in conjunction with the VDAB (flemish unemployment bureau), i should be able to get free education.


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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6374 on: 14-02-2016, 22:02:53 »
Hey Brits!

Is this also a thing in your country?:



Literally means that entering, and thus, using the Club's installations while wearing a shirt with the British flag is forbidden, the famous "Malvinas Argentinas" and "We don't forget" are also included, signed by the Club, Instituto de Córdoba.


And then we complain when they don't even want to negotiate the Islands. One thing is remembering the veterans and the suffering of their families, another is being and ultra-nationalist ignorant and somewhat "Proud" of our most humillating moment in history.


We're going backwards.