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Posted: Apr 12 2008, 09:28 PM
I'm better than you. That's all I know.
Member No.: 14
Joined: 11-January 08
This is where all non-admins can create topics of their choice, reflecting their own preferences and things they like. If you enter a section of a person, you have to talk only about what they want. It's like each person has their own Safe Haven, and I'm sure some admins will password protect their forums, so only their select few can enter.
"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.
I don't smoke, I don't chew... and I don't date girls who do.
War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.