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    14 Mar '14 17:38
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Putin had been assassinated right in the middle of Stees' pas de deaux with Valetina.
    all the ballet troupe were interrogated by the politzia,lucky for stees they failed to see the sawn of shotgun shoved down his pink tights....
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    14 Mar '14 17:50
    Originally posted by redbarons
    all the ballet troupe were interrogated by the politzia,lucky for stees they failed to see the sawn of shotgun shoved down his pink tights....
    They thought it was a brace, as during his last performance he'd slipped on a banana peel during their performance of The Nutcracker. The cleaners were all sent to a gulag on Stees' orders. You see he was actually Sergei Romanov (great Grandson of Czar Nicholas ll) and was hoping to overthrow the current regime with his army of ballet dancers and take his rightful position on the throne of Russia (which was held in hock at Pawn R Us' Moscow office)
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    14 Mar '14 18:02
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    They thought it was a brace, as during his last performance he'd slipped on a banana peel during their performance of The Nutcracker. The cleaners were all sent to a gulag on Stees' orders. You see he was actually Sergei Romanov (great Grandson of Czar Nicholas ll) and was hoping to overthrow the current regime with his army of ballet dancers and tak ...[text shortened]... s rightful position on the throne of Russia (which was held in hock at Pawn R Us' Moscow office)
    In the meantime, back in the Kremlin, plans were underway to take over Crimea.
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    14 Mar '14 18:34
    Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall
    In the meantime, back in the Kremlin, plans were underway to take over Crimea.
    But with Putin now taken out of the picture the powers that be decided that rather than try a takeover of the Crimea that they'd send a naval demolition crew back to Donuzlan Bay and remove the ship they'd sunk at it's mouth to keep the Ukranian navy bottled up. It was to show the Ukrainian's that it was Putin's idea.
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    14 Mar '14 20:00
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    But with Putin now taken out of the picture the powers that be decided that rather than try a takeover of the Crimea that they'd send a naval demolition crew back to Donuzlan Bay and remove the ship they'd sunk at it's mouth to keep the Ukranian navy bottled up. It was to show the Ukrainian's that it was Putin's idea.
    and leading the demolition crew was Great Big Stee who very rapidly tired of running Russia so he seconded the job to comrade Igor Obama a distant relative of George Bush as ruthless as he was stupid....
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    14 Mar '14 21:07
    Originally posted by redbarons
    and leading the demolition crew was Great Big Stee who very rapidly tired of running Russia so he seconded the job to comrade Igor Obama a distant relative of George Bush as ruthless as he was stupid....
    But did Obama care that GBS had no medical insurance? Nooo, he had more important things on his mind...like...
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    14 Mar '14 21:20
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    But did Obama care that GBS had no medical insurance? Nooo, he had more important things on his mind...like...
    ... swimming.
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    14 Mar '14 22:24
    Originally posted by lolof
    ... swimming.
    ... and golfing while 'Rome Burned'.
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    14 Mar '14 23:27
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    ... and golfing while 'Rome Burned'.
    Just out of curiosity: when did Rome burn, according to you, and why?
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    15 Mar '14 00:31
    Originally posted by Kegge
    Just out of curiosity: when did Rome burn, according to you, and why?
    64 AD, from what I remember, in the ghetto slums of Rome. Opinion varies as to 'why': some say Nero made bonfires of Christians to provide night light for his palace gardens; other scholars maintain he was miles away out of town [like O].
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    15 Mar '14 02:08
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    64 AD, from what I remember, in the ghetto slums of Rome. Opinion varies as to 'why': some say Nero made bonfires of Christians to provide night light for his palace gardens; other scholars maintain he was miles away out of town [like O].
    But when all was said and done it was Nero's "smoking" violin riffs that started the fire.
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    15 Mar '14 09:061 edit
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    But when all was said and done it was Nero's "smoking" violin riffs that started the fire.
    and talking of smoking violin riffs GBS enroled in guitar lessons hoping he could resurrect his career and pay for his own heath care,it was grasping at straws he knew that but better than moving to the now overcrowded UK to milk the NHS
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    15 Mar '14 09:26
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    But when all was said and done it was Nero's "smoking" violin riffs that started the fire.
    Factoid footnotes to history claim the violin may have been a lyre [possibly made from Maple in the Wilds of Canada]. =..=
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    15 Mar '14 09:31
    Originally posted by redbarons
    and talking of smoking violin riffs GBS enroled in guitar lessons hoping he could resurrect his career and pay for his own heath care,it was grasping at straws he knew that but better than moving to the now overcrowded UK to milk the NHS
    And the NHS now reports that online forum thumbs down may be good for your health;
    studies show that the more you garner, net of thumbs up, the longer you've lived.
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    15 Mar '14 10:24
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    And the NHS now reports that online forum thumbs down may be good for your health;
    studies show that the more you garner, net of thumbs up, the longer you've lived.
    alas the NHS so overwhelmed with holiday healthcare seekers could not afford to sanction said report a spokesperson said that it would appear to be the work of a troublemaker that is determined to undermine posts but at the same time has asked WHY IS THE FORUM DYING I rest my case.
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