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  • serafina

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    Wow! That's one heel of a story! He sounds very balanced and positive about the whole experience. He just had to deal with it.

    Now, with an Argentinian half brother (Juan Pablo Escobar, aka Juan Sebastián Marroquín) this makes for a great plot for…
  • EJLarson

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    " 'Another clever corporate policy is that, when customers learn the location of a popular item, move that item to some obscure place in the store - apparently they hate restocking things, and if customers can’t find it ... ' "


  • Rice

    Replied to the thread About the Vanilla Crisis.
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    And who doesn’t love a good game of hide & seek when dropping into a gigantic retailer to make a quick purchase?
  • Splinter

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    The Last British Escobar?
  • Splinter

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    Oops! We spoke too soon.
    Just as Trump was sharpening his sabre, Kim plays him and moves another chess piece by saying he'd still like to meet the fool.
    In fact Kim never pulled out of the summit in the first place, but merely illustrating that he…
  • CruiseJunki

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    As it was with U.S. President Warren G. Harding, President Donald J Trump has a distinct "knack" for trusting those individuals whom he never should have,
    and NOT relying on the advice of those individuals which would be productive and beneficial for…
  • CruiseJunki

    Replied to the thread About the Vanilla Crisis.
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    (Quote from EJLarson)

    " 'Another clever corporate policy is that, when customers learn the location of a popular item, move that item to some obscure place in the store - apparently they hate restocking things, and if customers can’t find it ... ' "


  • Rice

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    (Quote from Splinter)

    Catchy plot. The Last Colombian Prime Minister?
  • Rice

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    The patriots between 1810 ans 1816 were doubting about the character of the new country: a Republic or a Monarchy?
    Some of them were concerned to break ties with Spain, as perhaps Spain will recover its power and punish those who pretended to be totally…
  • Carlos

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    The patriots between 1810 ans 1816 were doubting about the character of the new country: a Republic or a Monarchy?
    Some of them were concerned to break ties with Spain, as perhaps Spain will recover its power and punish those who pretended to be totally…
  • Splinter

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    This is fascinating, because I lived for many years in Hereford and in fact had my wedding reception at this very school in 1990.
    Phillip Witcomb's real dad is none other than Pablo Escobar and he was whisked away from Colombia by adoptive British…
  • richietog

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    Guess Trump doesn't like the idea of getting a Nobel Peace Prize

    Egg on the face for the people Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage for suggesting that Trump should get the prize
  • Rice

    Replied to the thread Biker pics and videos.
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    Great, dramatic shot!
  • Rice

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    (Quote from Glamdring)

    But more astounding is the lack of any kind of outcry from the Congress or the people.
    Supine and mute.
  • GlasgowJohn

    Liked Splinter’s post in the thread Image of the day.
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    Spot the Bruce


  • Rice

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    Impressive set of ancestors, from whom she doubtless inherited her good looks and sweet personality.
  • Splinter

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    But they were saved by the bell...



    Carlota Joaquina of Spain
  • Splinter

    Replied to the thread Biker pics and videos.
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    In the wilderness


  • Splinter

    Replied to the thread Image of the day.
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    Spot the Bruce


  • Glamdring

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    It beggars belief. Complete bunch of amateurs in the White House.

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  • serafina

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    Wow! That's one heel of a story! He sounds very balanced and positive about the whole experience. He just had to deal with it.

    Now, with an Argentinian half brother (Juan Pablo Escobar, aka Juan Sebastián Marroquín) this makes for a great plot for…
  • Rice

    Replied to the thread About the Vanilla Crisis.
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    And who doesn’t love a good game of hide & seek when dropping into a gigantic retailer to make a quick purchase?
  • Splinter

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    The Last British Escobar?
  • Splinter

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    Oops! We spoke too soon.
    Just as Trump was sharpening his sabre, Kim plays him and moves another chess piece by saying he'd still like to meet the fool.
    In fact Kim never pulled out of the summit in the first place, but merely illustrating that he…
  • CruiseJunki

    Replied to the thread US diplomacy up in flames.
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    As it was with U.S. President Warren G. Harding, President Donald J Trump has a distinct "knack" for trusting those individuals whom he never should have,
    and NOT relying on the advice of those individuals which would be productive and beneficial for…