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by quigglebert
Fri 19 Sep 2014 02:57
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: UK might need a new name
Replies: 261
Views: 15290

Re: UK might need a new name

Glad I'm not the only Brit up watching this, c'mon Scotland, do the right thing
by quigglebert
Thu 11 Sep 2014 20:56
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: UK might need a new name
Replies: 261
Views: 15290

Re: UK might need a new name

Mitchverr wrote:
quigglebert wrote:Seems pound sterling is doing reasonably well on the world stage, especially agains the euro and US dollar


Would be doing better if it wasnt for a damn Scotsman!


I'll take what we can get, I buy stuff relatively cheap from the US and Europe for my geekier stuff
by quigglebert
Thu 11 Sep 2014 18:13
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: UK might need a new name
Replies: 261
Views: 15290

Re: UK might need a new name

Seems pound sterling is doing reasonably well on the world stage, especially agains the euro and US dollar
by quigglebert
Thu 11 Sep 2014 17:02
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: UK might need a new name
Replies: 261
Views: 15290

Re: UK might need a new name

Scots can do what they want, I'd rather we stayed as a whole but, I ain't gonna lose sleep over that, but this thread is just funny to read
by quigglebert
Thu 11 Sep 2014 16:55
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: UK might need a new name
Replies: 261
Views: 15290

Re: UK might need a new name

Is it trolling if were all willing participants?
by quigglebert
Wed 10 Sep 2014 03:09
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The British Army (Circa 1995)
Replies: 5475
Views: 355322

Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

2Bls1KKDwmo Checkmate, my friend. I confess, this commercial (and its actors) are pretty cool. Especially when you see the way French bad guys are pictured in American movies. :D I'm just sad they didn't include Sean Bean, although maybe his character was killed just before the scen...
by quigglebert
Tue 9 Sep 2014 07:43
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The British Army (Circa 1995)
Replies: 5475
Views: 355322

Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

ViFFing my friend, harriers should be almost the most agile thing in the air after aerodynamically unstable jets like the eurofighter, the vectored jets on harriers should give more advantages then are modelled, especially given the disadvantages are very much modelled That's not how VIFFing works....
by quigglebert
Tue 9 Sep 2014 01:33
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The British Army (Circa 1995)
Replies: 5475
Views: 355322

Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

It's well known that the Iranians were effectively morons against the Iraqis, hence the destruction of so many chiefs, the Cheif was considered the best armoured and armed MBT in NATO, for a very very long time, and given how it was done, rightfully so, it's a sorry state of affairs that leave the c...
by quigglebert
Tue 9 Sep 2014 00:49
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The British Army (Circa 1995)
Replies: 5475
Views: 355322

Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Oh look, Harrier turn rates got nerfed! Thank God, those Harriers were sooo OP and have really sensible and useful load-outs, right? -.- I get 'the flight model couldn't turn at 300', but how about fixing the flight model instead of just taking the easy way out . What is so wrong about it? ViFFing ...
by quigglebert
Thu 4 Sep 2014 13:40
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: US Army failing RD's "2nd Korean War" campaign?
Replies: 35
Views: 2711

Re: US Army failing RD's "2nd Korean War" campaign?

I just love how 90k is too much for the yanks, I'd expect that many as casualties against a 1.5million strong army, and yeah, NK OP

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