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44 minutes ago, jessdale said:

I thought NYC was a total shit hole and couldn’t wait to come home. We spent 3 days looking up at stuff and 3 days looking down from the buildings we had been looking up !!!! I wouldn’t want to go back if the ticket came with £500 tied to it. Chicago, on the other hand, is a stunning place and easily the best city we have ever visited. 

My Brother was in Vegas for the Bruno v Tyson fight back late 80s mate, he flew to New York for a few days and said it was a pretty scary place.....this was from a man brought up in darkest south London who was fighting from the day he could stand up ! Lol 

In fact he said he went for a walk and two coppers stopped and said “He buddy, we can tell you are a tourist....don’t be walking in this area at night” and they gave him a ride back to his hotel ! Lol 

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6 hours ago, ginger beard said:

War is the wrong word.their terrorists,not soldiers.fighting for religion more than anything.

British soldiers ain't going around shooting or targeting kids but they think their a perfectly legitimate target.seems like your justifying it because if our history.

Apart from the Afghan and the 2 gulf war which I think were unnecessary all other wars that I know of had to be fought for.

Just thinking out loud.happy to be put right.

 

 

Half a million people killed in the middle east from 9/11 how many of them do you think were children?  And thats just Afghanistan and Iraq I'm no lover of Muslims but who the fcuk in their right minds thinks that's going to go without them looking some kind of vengeance. 

 

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7 minutes ago, dogmandont said:

Half a million people killed in the middle east from 9/11 how many of them do you think were children?  And thats just Afghanistan and Iraq I'm no lover of Muslims but who the fcuk in their right minds thinks that's going to go without them looking some kind of vengeance. 

 

Fair enough.target kids on an evening out.i don't know what the parents are complaining about.

 

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34 minutes ago, WILF said:

My Brother was in Vegas for the Bruno v Tyson fight back late 80s mate, he flew to New York for a few days and said it was a pretty scary place.....this was from a man brought up in darkest south London who was fighting from the day he could stand up ! Lol 

In fact he said he went for a walk and two coppers stopped and said “He buddy, we can tell you are a tourist....don’t be walking in this area at night” and they gave him a ride back to his hotel ! Lol 

We never felt unsafe Wilf but the place was a shit hole. It was filthy, stinking and noisy . We never went more than a minute without hearing a police/fire/ambulance siren the whole time we were there. That’s probably why it’s the city that never sleeps. If I never visit again it will be too soon !!!

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3 minutes ago, jessdale said:

We never felt unsafe Wilf but the place was a shit hole. It was filthy, stinking and noisy . We never went more than a minute without hearing a police/fire/ambulance siren the whole time we were there. That’s probably why it’s the city that never sleeps. If I never visit again it will be too soon !!!

Yeah, I don’t think it would be my cup of tea mate......I always thought that if I ever went to the states it would be small town, Deep South or Mid West, just seeing a bit of real every day America.

 

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17 minutes ago, WILF said:

Yeah, I don’t think it would be my cup of tea mate......I always thought that if I ever went to the states it would be small town, Deep South or Mid West, just seeing a bit of real every day America.

 

Went N Y 2005  Think Giuliani had it right he cleaned it up we felt safe. On the underground soho sq in the nighttime was out full blast diners in morning on piers  all the bits ya do was clean  no scumbags. Had a great time  now the Dems have fkd it up we won’t go back 

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8 minutes ago, WILF said:

Yeah, I don’t think it would be my cup of tea mate......I always thought that if I ever went to the states it would be small town, Deep South or Mid West, just seeing a bit of real every day America.

 

We drove Route 66, well what’s left of it, last September for our 25th anniversary. There are a LOT of towns that can only be described as dumps, along the Route. All across America they advertise “clean bathrooms”, it’s that kind of place. Chicago was superb, absolutely fantastic, and the best large city we came across. Santa Fe New Mexico was stunning and Las Vegas was a incredible spot. 

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21 minutes ago, ginger beard said:

Fair enough.target kids on an evening out.i don't know what the parents are complaining about.

 

I never said it was right just giving you the reason why these things happen. 

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Just now, green lurchers said:

Went N Y 2005  Think Giuliani had it right he cleaned it up we felt safe. On the underground soho sq in the nighttime was out full blast diners in morning on piers  all the bits ya do was clean  no scumbags. Had a great time  now the Dems have fkd it up we won’t go back 

Anyplace that still has the Jim Crow laws sounds about right for me ! Lol

Pal of mine stayed by the Amish, said it was lovely 

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Just now, WILF said:

Anyplace that still has the Jim Crow laws sounds about right for me ! Lol

Pal of mine stayed by the Amish, said it was lovely 

Places you don’t want to go are pretty much run by dems get out in ol Florida everyone is holding safe ss houses 

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On ‎11‎/‎09‎/‎2020 at 16:39, foxdropper said:

RIP all those who lost lives .

There was a programme on the tv last night,lost tapes?.The first plane and the time before it crashed into the tower,the female air hostess and how she calmly talked through what was happening.The bravery of that lass was totally incomprehensible.RIP.

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3 minutes ago, morton said:

There was a programme on the tv last night,lost tapes?.The first plane and the time before it crashed into the tower,the female air hostess and how she calmly talked through what was happening.The bravery of that lass was totally incomprehensible.RIP.

what Chanel  was that on? ,any links

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7 minutes ago, bird said:

what Chanel  was that on? ,any links

Not sure,somebody will look at yesterdays tv mag and post it,if there is one thing on the tv,apart from Kes,that should be compulsory viewing its this.,the most haunting and beautiful voice,the courage she showed,the professionalism she showed and how she kept her composure under those circumstances is something impossible comprehend and appreciate.

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I've just watched this 😲 and can't argue with it at all.a bit of a mind bender I think..how do you explain it ?

 

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It can't just be a coincidence surely I just watched it again.weird as feck..

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