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I don't think my stomach as ever been that bad to have done that.

True story. I once went to see Blues V Charlton a few seasons back on a free ticket. Promptly fell asleep and awoke to a few fans quarreling over whether to smash my face in for being a shit fan. It was at this moment I showed my blue scarf to be that of Chesterfield not Blues... I left on the hour.

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I was referring the slime that manage to get into the cess pit :lol:

No, Fokker is Dutch and Focke-wulf is German. Nice to see another aviation buff on here :winkold:

:D

RAF family; I grew up having to listen my old man go on and on and on and on (and then on some more) about planes, to my horror most of it has stuck. :thumb:

Fokker may be a Dutch company, but during WWI they relocated to Germany and produced some of the iconic German fighter planes of that era - the E I Eindecker (agent of the "Fokker Scourge" of summer 1915), the DR I Triplane (favoured mount of Manfred Von Richthofen) and the superb D VII.

They returned to Holland after WWI, to concentrate on civil aircraft.

Fokker

Another one!! :)

I say open an aviation thread!! :winkold:

You can count me in as well.

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I was referring the slime that manage to get into the cess pit :lol:

No, Fokker is Dutch and Focke-wulf is German. Nice to see another aviation buff on here :winkold:

:D

RAF family; I grew up having to listen my old man go on and on and on and on (and then on some more) about planes, to my horror most of it has stuck. :thumb:

Fokker may be a Dutch company, but during WWI they relocated to Germany and produced some of the iconic German fighter planes of that era - the E I Eindecker (agent of the "Fokker Scourge" of summer 1915), the DR I Triplane (favoured mount of Manfred Von Richthofen) and the superb D VII.

They returned to Holland after WWI, to concentrate on civil aircraft.

Fokker

Another one!! :)

I say open an aviation thread!! :winkold:

You can count me in as well.

Done.
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So Small Heath want a new ground or a redeveloped ground to meet their demands, stature and ambition. Does anyone know what the reduced capacity of the redeveloped Sty or new stadium would be?

The thing is. Pannu later said that it "might not happen"

I liked the bit when he said that he doubts they have 46,000 fans :lol:

And...

Telling the lecherous chavs to get off their obese arses, and start proving they do have a large Hoooliga.....sorry Fan base :oops:

Spoken more sensitively than that of the golds and the porn dwarf, but basicly calling their chavs, fickle retards in all honesty :lol:

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I was referring the slime that manage to get into the cess pit :lol:

No, Fokker is Dutch and Focke-wulf is German. Nice to see another aviation buff on here :winkold:

:D

RAF family; I grew up having to listen my old man go on and on and on and on (and then on some more) about planes, to my horror most of it has stuck. :thumb:

Fokker may be a Dutch company, but during WWI they relocated to Germany and produced some of the iconic German fighter planes of that era - the E I Eindecker (agent of the "Fokker Scourge" of summer 1915), the DR I Triplane (favoured mount of Manfred Von Richthofen) and the superb D VII.

They returned to Holland after WWI, to concentrate on civil aircraft.

Fokker

Another one!! :)

I say open an aviation thread!! :winkold:

That would be plane daft :lol:

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Planes trains and automobiles baby..

ME109s, Spits & Hurricanes

Gresley Pacifics, GWR Castles and CPR Royal Hudsons...

Aston Martin DB5, E Type Jags and of course....

NORTON motorcycles.

yessssss.

Oh yes, SHA? Feck 'em and their lice ridden poxy little sty.

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