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Coldsteel

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  1. "Winston!" the musical - "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and nudes"
  2. Old but good: It's the "Ha ha ha. Do not question me." bit that always cracks me up.
  3. Leopards make a rather stylish entrance at around the 7 minute mark.
  4. Did Nick get it wrong too? I know that the Bovington museum just put out a tank chats video on the T-62, where the presenter said the pins aren't retained, while the video shows hex nuts on the outer end of each of the pins.
  5. Well it does have that whole "Pie in the Face" aesthetic. Fun for the entire family.
  6. I think it stayed the same at 1 turn in 10 inches left hand, but I'm no expert. I have it in my head that for ease of manufacture during wartime some barrels were made with only 2 grooves and that this didn't affect accuracy.
  7. I could not agree more! (It could possibly be translated to "En Jävel" in Swedish btw which roughly translates to "a bugger" or "a bitch" or something like that ) /R Isn't a bugger what someone pulls out of their nose? Other end I think.
  8. For me it is the "Large boulder the size of a small boulder" that is the funny bit but then I'm a math nerd/programmer. This! If a large boulder is the size of a small boulder, what size is a boulder that's the size of a large boulder? *confused* /R That would be a large boulder the size of a large boulder, for clarity it might also be expressed simply as 952 stone, or one African elephant. I don't know off the top of my head what that is in Olympic swimming pools. Swimming pools is easy if filled with water (fresh I would presume): 50m X 25m X 3M = 3,750 cubic metres or 3,750 tonnes
  9. For me it is the "Large boulder the size of a small boulder" that is the funny bit but then I'm a math nerd/programmer. This! If a large boulder is the size of a small boulder, what size is a boulder that's the size of a large boulder? *confused* /R That would be a large boulder the size of a large boulder, for clarity it might also be expressed simply as 952 stone, or one African elephant. I don't know off the top of my head what that is in Olympic swimming pools.
  10. That's less than or equal to one violation of social distancing c.2020 (approx. 1/12 chain, or 1.00269e-11 AU).
  11. It's easier to say than "A six-and-a-thirdish kilo throw"?
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