How far out is classed as the ocean?

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  1. Bergalia
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    How far out....


    Nonsense. Poida's point is far from valid. Saddam killed only a tenth of the people Bush has murdered. (And still counting) :(
     
  2. Lancerbye
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    Bergalia

    Don't forget all the bombs of mass disruption. LOL
     
  3. kach22i
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    I bet thats no exaggeration either.:cool:
     
  4. djwkd
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    Hes still evil...But bush's evilER i think.
     
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    Which Bombs of Mass destruction???LOL
     
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    I thought they were 'Weapons of Mass Disappearance' obviously got it wrong - who said either shrub or the other fellah had killed anybody - to crafty fot that, get some other poor fool to do the actual killing, then deny it, say "you only suggested" they were disposed of! leave the details to others (I know it take the fun out of it but hell it ain't you fault then is it!
     
  7. Poida
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    Has anybody worked out where the ocean is yet? I hope to take my boat out this weekend I don't want to miss it.
     
  8. Bergalia
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    How far out etc


    Patience Poida - with global warming the ocean will come to you.....
    :D
     
  9. safewalrus
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    Looking at the weather 'round here and all the scare mongering going on it will be sooner rather than later to, Hope I can get home before it does, absolutly hate wet socks!!!:(
     
  10. djwkd
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    i dont mean to have a stupid question but,are you on a boat/were you on a boat when you written that post??
     
  11. Poida
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    djwkd, I don't want to ask a stupid question either, but who the hell are you talking to? :confused:

    Mr Walruss, scaremongering, is that what you think global warming is?

    I was going to buy myself a new jacket to wear for work before winter, or should I??

    I don't want to buy it and then find a couple of weeks later the temperature rises 20 deg C. Wasted my money. So do I need a jacket or a pair of welly boots?

    Confused
    Poida
     
  12. safewalrus
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    Poida hows about a pair of wooly boots with sleaves in - best of both worlds
     
  13. djwkd
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    I was talking to safewalrus,otherwise i would have quoted LOL!!!
     
  14. safewalrus
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    dj - nope, a train (goes past Dawlish, you may know the run!!) but probably not! Well worth a look at the map for - gets kinda interesting in South East gales thereabouts on the train!!
     

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    hi guys back in the real world for a week. On my boat. The only real world. Well global warming is not a problem out here. Damn it's cold for the end of April in Vancouver. As for Walrus , he doesn't buy green bananas anymore. Never mind a jacket .
     
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