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craigob
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Post by craigob » 22 Sep 2005 19:14

Von Schwerin wrote:No No Herr Wulf - "Dom Sub" doesn't have ANYTHING to do with the Kriegsmarine!!!!!
Bwahaahahah - pass the talcum powder

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Post by Van der Waal » 22 Sep 2005 22:23

Von Schwerin wrote:No No Herr Wulf - "Dom Sub" doesn't have ANYTHING to do with the Kriegsmarine!!!!!
(Sorry - I just COUDN'T resist!)

Leave it alone now guys PLEEEEEZE! 8O
TIEFER, TIEFER!

I'll blow my ballast in your bilge, Sailor!

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Post by Oxidizing Material » 22 Sep 2005 22:41

just don't call on the rear admiral to swab the poop deck har har

i got a million of 'em!

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Post by Pzgr-Wolf » 23 Sep 2005 04:47

Oxidizing Material wrote:just don't call on the rear admiral to swab the poop deck har har

i got a million of 'em!
:lol:

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Post by Sarge » 12 Oct 2005 09:46

Gruß
I agree with others - way to much B.S. here and Not enuf photos of posters in their reenacting uniforms, Which is what this thread is all about!
That said, heir ist mein selb in all his glory, and in the field durring an Ost Front Battle in Colorado. Since you can't see it clearly someone is sure to ask, so - Yes I'm carrying an MP 43.
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Post by The644LuftwaffeSquadron » 13 Oct 2005 10:05

another one of me......

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Post by Von Schwerin » 13 Oct 2005 19:06

He must be a fleiger for KG200! :P

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Post by maxxx » 13 Oct 2005 20:20

Von Schwerin wrote:He must be a fleiger for KG200! :P
Glider troop? :wink:

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Post by Kurz Patrone » 13 Oct 2005 23:30

Sarge

You look like Steiner from the cross of iron!
"war is a continuation of state policy ..by other means"
Mauro.

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Sarge
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Post by Sarge » 14 Oct 2005 00:14

Could it be that 644 has an idenity crisis problem? :?
KP - I'll accept that complement! 8)
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Post by Oxidizing Material » 14 Oct 2005 00:15

Here is me and my car, which was scrapyarded yesterday when my sister stole it, crashed it, and lost her license, all the while never accepting responsibility.

Image

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Post by Gesetz » 14 Oct 2005 00:49

Did you leave her in the trunk afterwards? j/k

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Post by Oxidizing Material » 14 Oct 2005 01:02

I really should have.

Goodbye car

Goodbye childhood memories

Goodbye symbol of adolesence

HELLO MOTORCYCLE

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Post by Chris Carden » 14 Oct 2005 02:04

Oxidizing Material wrote:I really should have.

Goodbye car

Goodbye childhood memories

Goodbye symbol of adolesence

HELLO MOTORCYCLE
go for the chang jiang!

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Post by Willi Von Kreiger » 14 Oct 2005 03:13

Chris Carden wrote:
Oxidizing Material wrote:I really should have.

Goodbye car

Goodbye childhood memories

Goodbye symbol of adolesence

HELLO MOTORCYCLE
go for the chang jiang!
No! Triumph :)

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