[ROVERNET - UK] OT Power Bulges...
Paul.Smith at auroraenergy.com.au
Thu Oct 19 22:24:24 BST 2006
Ahh it was Rover based!
Now if you had entered the war earlier, maybe you'd have some Rover tank or aircraft engines running around over there...
From: rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com
[mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com]On Behalf Of Glen Wilson
Sent: Friday, 20 October 2006 4:04 am
To: rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Power Bulges
Paul Smith wrote:
> We have no doubt the US govt is just lurking on here, ready to imprison for life anyone who imported one, because they Know some have been...
> and are happy to let many a murderer go...
No worries, mate!
We're going to transport them out of the country as soon as we can find
a suitable destination.
Oooooo! Political commentary rears its ugly head on Rovernet, one more
time. It certainly has been a dry spell. As far as the USA goes, it has
at least become statistically verifiable that most Americans don't like
where we are, what we've been doing or where we've been heading.
Considering that we have operated under an unchecked one-party system
for the past six years, it's surprising that more damage hasn't been
done. Personally, I'm not yet ready to emigrate, but since we're
ignoring the Constitution lately anyway, I'm for giving the
Parliamentary form of government a quick try before throwing in the towel.
This is fun, but my favorite thread has always been the Eisenhower vs.
Montgomery debate with the "Why did it take you Yanks so long to get
into the war sixty-five years ago?" chestnut running a close second. The
ozone hole is a distant third on my list of favorites. Still, much more
fun than just talking about dull old Rovers...
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