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Propose and discuss specific solutions to aspects of the Cyprus Problem

Who agrees with turning Kyrenia into a new Las Vegas?

Me!!
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Oh, definitely me!!
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Total votes : 10

Postby VEX8 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 5:14 pm

Oh, and Carry On Crusifying, although admitedly after the censors had finnished with it it did only run for 3 mins 45 seconds and consisted of Sid James in a Roman Soldiers uniform saying 'Phwoar', Kennith Williams wrapped in a sheet saying 'Ere' this ain't arf making me cross' and Hatty Jakes (as the virgin mary) saying 'Yes it is a bit stiff'.

Not one of their better performances but a classic none the less.

Oh and Pumpernickle, soz mate but i can't cast a vote cos i'm a conciencious objector to anything that sounds like fun...oh no, hang on....that's not me, that's someone else.
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Postby lysi » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:18 pm

Hey VEX8, Me and my family have been waiting for 31years to be able to return to are homes & land that was stolen from us, how would you feel ? answer me that.
Do you think it is funny ? i know that prat pimpernipple does.
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Postby Michael » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:58 pm

pumpernickle wrote:Expensive fancy weapons?

What, and old soviet RPG and a retired Sherman tank with half its turret missing?

Dont think so.

it's the British squaddies you want to watch out for. Lethal. Not for skill or physique. Just for sheer British Lunacy.

Cyprus government having balls to blast the north? cant see it happening. Unless for some reason, the Turkish economy collapsed, leading to national disaster, the army being disbanded because it couldnt be paid for, rebellion hitting the streets, revolution, the overthrow of Attaturk's legacy, the foundation of a new, all powerful socialist government, coinciding with the supremecy of a new far left wing AKEL party in the south leading to the north being caught off guard in a moment of chivalry, so an attack was left uncountered.

That's the only way that could happen matey.



You are a quite odd little character. You seemed to revel in the misfortunes of this country? Why?
If the US or British hadn’t poured billions of dollars over the years into the land of the rising Bird Flu your lame attempt at satire would probably have materialised.
By the way, the British might have met their match with the loonies in Basra. Your heroes are very tough when it comes to beating up schoolboys.
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Postby pumpernickle » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:12 pm

The British are loons that generally make a habit of bumping into other loons around the planet and doing great battle. It's a general habit of ours. But we do come off best overall.

I mean to say, how many other countries can claim to never have been successful invaded? well, since 1066 anyway, and I think the gene pool needed the mix up.

not a bad show. 2 world wars and 1 world cup. To quote the oft said line used by louts and football hooligans.

invasion isnt necessarily a bad thing though. British, Russian, Turk, whatever... Gets the gene pool nicely shaken up and enriched, and you get to really appreciate the land you are left with. Anything that ever come back into the domain of the RoC can be counted as a bonus.

Where's the humour in my tone? I don't think it's funny. Just think it's pretty stoopid is all.

Yours

The Mightiest Brain this side of Lefkosia.
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Postby Michael » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:26 pm

The more I read the less I like you. The few million dead in the trenches might disagree with you. You really are quite obnoxious.
By the way, if the UK is so good why don’t you bugger off back there? Maybe move back to Bradford or Bury, they certainly have a mixed gene pool there.
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Postby VEX8 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:35 pm

Gosh, look at that. Someone in Cyprus telling someone not from Cyprus to go home. I never thought i'd live to see the day.
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Postby pumpernickle » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:40 pm

is rather unchivalrous, what!

I say. Not very, well, British. I thought we taugh them well, Vex8. How wrong I was.

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Postby Michael » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:41 pm

Yes, very subtle irony
You would have thought the English used being to told to go home. They can take their Bases with them if it’s not too much trouble.
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Postby VEX8 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:56 pm

Michael wrote:Yes, very subtle irony
You would have thought the English used being to told to go home. They can take their Bases with them if it’s not too much trouble.


Ahhh but the more we hear your cries of 'Bugger off' and 'Go home Britty Boy' the more we are inclined to say 'Shut ya face and put some chilli sauce on that kebab'

Just an observation.
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Postby pumpernickle » Wed Feb 22, 2006 11:08 pm

you wouldn't have thought xenophobia was a greek word would you?

I'll have mine with extra red cabbage please. Open, not wrapped, with a dash of 'bugga sauce'. ta.
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