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#16 Post by druadan »

Goldie, cheers for the mail mate, it helped to give me a bit of structure for certain parts which has pushed me in the right direction, I was starting to get a bit lost in a plethora of information...very easy to get bogged down, when all I want to do is talk for twenty minutes, found I'd written that much on the origins of the religion alone!

Not a fan of writing these things, but it seems to be coming along now. Got four more weeks so not too much of a hurry.

BTW Kiwi, typically it was the last volume, and one of the last books, making it almost the last Ch VIII...and neither of the chapters either side were relevant :roll: But then you probably knew that already :wink:

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:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D


Maybe :drinking:

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#18 Post by goldie ex rmp »

druadan wrote:Goldie, cheers for the mail mate, it helped to give me a bit of structure for certain parts which has pushed me in the right direction, I was starting to get a bit lost in a plethora of information...very easy to get bogged down, when all I want to do is talk for twenty minutes, found I'd written that much on the origins of the religion alone!

Not a fan of writing these things, but it seems to be coming along now. Got four more weeks so not too much of a hurry.

BTW Kiwi, typically it was the last volume, and one of the last books, making it almost the last Ch VIII...and neither of the chapters either side were relevant :roll: But then you probably knew that already :wink:
Np problems mate, my work number was on the mail i sent you so if you need anything just give me a bell, i can get our Imam to speak to you if needed. Good luck in it anyway.
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#19 Post by Cobalt »

Hi druadan.

A History of the Arab People by Albert Hourani is a good read for the beginnings of Islam and it's development over the last 1300 years.

God's Terrorists by Charles Allen and The Islamist by Ed Husain are both excellent books covering Islams hijack by dickheads and it's subsequent link to violence.
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#20 Post by harry hackedoff »

Heyup Cobalt, long time no see 8)
Ste Gerrard, My Story, is also an excellent read mate, 8)
Good to see you still around, old thing, mwa 8)
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#21 Post by Cobalt »

Ow do Harry!
Good to see the old, I mean experienced, hands are still here. :)
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#22 Post by harry hackedoff »

What you bin up to, mucker? Good shit I hope :P
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#23 Post by Cobalt »

Just living it up in Guz. Cheap drinking, cheap women and priceless runs ashore.

Off to the always sunny Dartmoor :roll: for a bit. Can't wait... :-?

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#24 Post by harry hackedoff »

Cheap women 8) , Nowt wrong with that mate :P
Yes we`re all good down here still having a late summer, low thirtys and cool nights. Easter w/e was brills 8)
Glad to get back to work for a rest :P
Off to the always sunny Dartmoor
Let`s have timings and I`ll sort you two`s up on some of our weather :P

Take it easy Cobalt :wink:
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#25 Post by London Boy »

Not connected to anything really. I just think it's funny. I watched it with the kids again the other day for about the 18th time

from Spaceballs

Having taken on board a demanding, stuck-up princess from the planet Druidia

Lone Star (the Han Solo character played by Bill Pullman): Oh great! That's all we needed, a Druish Princess.

Mog (the Chewbacca character played by John Candy): Funny, she doesn't look Druish!


And cue Frank Zappa song, in my head at least! :wink:

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#26 Post by harry hackedoff »

What a fantastic idea elbee :o

Totally Random Posting :P

Kintastic 8)
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#27 Post by London Boy »

Well, it was Druadan's username plus Islam, you get the idea 2+2 = 5. so sue me :wink:

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#28 Post by harry hackedoff »

musha ring dumma do damma da
whack for the daddy 'ol
whack for the daddy 'ol
there's whiskey in the jar

As I was going over the far famed Kerry mountains
I met with captain Farrell and his money he was counting.
I first produced my pistol, and then produced my rapier.
Said stand and deliver, for I am a bold deceiver,


I geddit now :roll: Druidia tut :roll:
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