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    Re: Post Brexit

    Hi Elda,


    She is probably not a "Randy Scot", :wink::wink: on the other hand it could be a matter of waiting for a "Lightning Bolt" from above and recording a world shattering "Virgin...
  2. Re: Scot Genealogy, i.e. Two Martyrs who died for their civil & religious beliefs.

    Hi Joan,

    Slightly "off topic" but i believe I have located a "Lookalike" for for your ancestral heritage. :cool::cool:


    Gordon, :redrose::redrose:
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    Re: Brexit

    Sandy,

    So many people will believe anything if it is repeated enough,it appears thay many are not prepared to investigate all sides of an argument/discussion prior to making a decision. It does...
  4. Re: RAF Lossiemouth - Joint Warrior 16-1 - April 2016

    Alastair,

    That was a great, especially with the volume up, the "Touch 'n 'Go's around the 11 minute mark were top stuff. It's good to see RAF Lossiemouth being featured with such interesting...
  5. Re: Scot Genealogy, i.e. Two Martyrs who died for their civil & religious beliefs.

    Rick, I agree with your summation on our ancestors backgrounds.

    After perusing many of the genealogy "Trees" on the web it would appear that they are just interested in recording "possible names"...
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    Re: MIDGES VERSUS MOSQUITOES....

    Sandy, It could be "fools rush in where angels fear to tread"


    :punch::evillaugh::hug:



    Gordon.:angelic:
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Adelaide ponders value of nuclear waste dump
    from "Nikkie"--ASIAN REVIEW. March 31, 2016 2:00 pm JST
    . GEOFF HISCOCK, Contributing writer




    SYDNEY -- South Australia's dark history...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    New generations of Australian families suffering deformities and early deaths because of ‘genetic transfer’

    March 10, 20164:41pm
    "News.cm.au"


    EXCLUSIVE

    PEOPLE who worked at Australian...
  9. Re: Canadian Templar March 2016 newsletter

    Alastair,

    Once again the newsletter is an interesting and informative read, it was pleasing to note also the insertion of the link to the "Failure of the War on Terror" podcast, this should ensure...
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    Why the war on terror has failed

    Military strategist David Kilcullen: why the war on terror has failed
    Wednesday 24 February 2016

    David is regarded as one of the world's leading thinkers on counterinsurgency


    This is...
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    Simon Winchester's Pacific tales

    Simon Winchester's Pacific tales


    Friday 19 February 2016 ABC [Australia] from................."Conversations with Richard Fidler"

    Richard Fidler covers an wide spectrum of topics with his...
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    Re: Wild Geese

    Alastair,

    Thank Donna for that story, it was very nice and thought provoking.

    Gordon.
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Hugh,

    Exactly right, protests will surely abound.....................the shipments wold have to arrive by sea..........................protests on the wharves about...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    I am fairly sure i have placed various individual links to some of the items on this post, however for ease of viewing the link below will give a broad coverage of many items/stories; it seems quite...
  15. Re: The blind boy who learned to see with sound

    Ranald,

    Thankyou for this.................maybe this link will perform ............


    Daniel Kish has taught thousands of people all over the world how to "see" by using sound. But of all the...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Not too bad really, now climbing up towards 22,000 !!!!!!............... pity the participating governments pay little heed to it.................Many millions of $$$$$$ [or pounds] expended in...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Factsheet DP83 – British Nuclear Test Service – Maralinga,
    Emu Field and Montebello Islands
    Purpose [/B


    This Factsheet provides information for ex-service personnel and other participants...
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Man loses compensation bid after radiation exposure at nuclear test site in South Australia


    :unsure::unimpressed:



    An 83-year-old man has lost his bid for compensation after developing...
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    Re: Newsletter 29th January 2016

    As it is your birthday I have found the genuine garb for a "Super Hero"


    http://brodiehbrockie.deviantart.com/art/Super-Scotsman-149131517
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    Re: Newsletter 29th January 2016

    Hi Alastair,

    Now that you have joined the esteemed ranks of the illustrious pensioner brigade you will now be eligible to don the approved attire of a fully fledged member.:cool::D

    Gordon....
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    Re: Scottish Radio Show

    Sandy,

    Thanks for that one...........It is now on my "Favorites" list. :bow::dance::clap:

    Gordon.
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    Re: British Nuclear Testing in Australia

    Once again [New Year], the latest Cabinet Papers have been released..............here is some more Maralinga news.


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    Cabinet papers: Fallout continues from British atomic tests
    DateJanuary 1,...
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    Re: New Year in Scotland

    Alastair,

    Try this one, it has a wee video clip with it.....................


    "Watch tartan clad joker steal show during BBC Scotland's New Year's Eve celebrations"


    " This is the moment a...
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    Re: Greetings

    Hullo and greetings to everyone. :peace:

    Wife and I spent 5 days over Christmas at Bicheno [East coast of Tasmania] , stayed at son-in-laws parents "other home" , [over 3 floors and 100 metres...
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    Re: brunch

    Alastair,


    Here you for your edification on this culinary delight.....................it may even improve the flavour of your "Special Treats" [Haggis & Black Pudding :hmmm::clap:


    Here...
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