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  1. Lake District

    Yes you can call them that if it makes you really angry to call them hills/mountains/results of orogenesis, personally it's more a matter of perspective.
  2. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    I can't be arsed with your shit today. Might indulge you next week though, if not over the weekend Coward.
  3. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Or none. Now that Chris has stopped using eco-pressure groups for baseless estimates, he's stepped up a gear and is using the same people that got Saddam's WMD stockpile so bang on right as "sources". I'd love to see those reports if you have them. Colin Powell got up in the UN took his dick out and said here's your evidence. ..and the media ate it up. And again where is the substantiated evidence for Israel having nukes? http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/israel/nuke/ or try the CIA sites, or several published books Just like it was "convinced" Saddam has WMDs. Strong parallels to the Saddam/WMD evidence there! In fact there's almost nothing on that webpage that isn't just conjecture.
  4. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Fish not been keeping www.fopwatch.com up to date? Knew his salary demands were too high for his output.
  5. Men queuing up for 'moob' surgery

    Oh and Fop's closing in on an official 2 x 62.5kg.
  6. Men queuing up for 'moob' surgery

    A bit harsh on Fish. Still jealous Sammy? | v
  7. Lake District

    Do any of you actually go to the Lakes an actually climb a hill?
  8. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Here's a few questions for Chris and Co: Is the USA a democracy? Is Israel a democracy? Is Iran a democracy?
  9. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Your sources get better and better. FFS you are KNOB....why not look into who wrote the article instead of where it was written.......author Juan Cole Cole was awarded Fulbright-Hays fellowships to India (1982) and to Egypt (1985-1986). From 1999 until 2004, Juan Cole was the editor of The International Journal of Middle East Studies. He has served in professional offices for the American Institute of Iranian Studies.[6] He was elected president of the Middle East Studies Association of North America in November 2004.[7] In 2006, he received the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism administered by Hunter College.[8] 1975 B.A. History and Literature of Religions, Northwestern University 1978 M.A. Arabic Studies/History, American University in Cairo 1984 Ph.D. Islamic Studies, University of California Los Angeles 1984-1990 Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan 1990-1995 Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan 1992-1995 Director, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan 1995- Professor of History, University of Michigan (from Wiki......hope thats acceptable) hmmmm sounds like a fairly itk guy, what exactly are your qualifications again Fop? PhD in smiley face usage?.........M.Sc. in third person self reference? History, literature and Islamic studies? Aye perfectly qualified for talking about nuclear programs and nuclear proliferation. But if number of general "qualifications = right" then Fop could post "bombshells" that would (going by the 2 x 60kg dumbbell thread) make Toontastic meltdown. further proof you never even read the article by Mr. Cole......as it had nothing to do with nuclear proliferation, it was an article about the misconception in the western media about Iran's foreign policy it's ok there weren't even any smiley faces in it so I understand why you didn't read it. It has everything to do with Iran's nuclear program and development (and indeed it talks about nuclear proliferation quite a bit too) - have you read it? It is a apologist propaganda piece from a propaganda site trying to "calm" fears about Iran's nuclear intentions (and ironically it actually disagrees with Chris in several respects). It's nothing that anyone with any basic knowledge of Iran or what they are doing should already know...... so it's just some facts with the most pro-Iranian spin possible and a lot of opinion. And like Fop said qualifications or chairs in History, literature (although his English and grammar should be better, eh alex?) nor Islamic studies makes him qualified judge Iran's nuclear capabilities (present or future). As Fop said if it's just down to random (or even relevant) qualifications, then by your own logic you're wrong already.
  10. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Your sources get better and better. FFS you are KNOB....why not look into who wrote the article instead of where it was written.......author Juan Cole Cole was awarded Fulbright-Hays fellowships to India (1982) and to Egypt (1985-1986). From 1999 until 2004, Juan Cole was the editor of The International Journal of Middle East Studies. He has served in professional offices for the American Institute of Iranian Studies.[6] He was elected president of the Middle East Studies Association of North America in November 2004.[7] In 2006, he received the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism administered by Hunter College.[8] 1975 B.A. History and Literature of Religions, Northwestern University 1978 M.A. Arabic Studies/History, American University in Cairo 1984 Ph.D. Islamic Studies, University of California Los Angeles 1984-1990 Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan 1990-1995 Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan 1992-1995 Director, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan 1995- Professor of History, University of Michigan (from Wiki......hope thats acceptable) hmmmm sounds like a fairly itk guy, what exactly are your qualifications again Fop? PhD in smiley face usage?.........M.Sc. in third person self reference? History, literature and Islamic studies? Aye perfectly qualified for talking about nuclear programs and nuclear proliferation. That's not what he's talking about. Where do you disagree with him btw? It's not Fop, it's the Brownies, and this time they are serious (after they were stung by their Iraqi WMD report) Is he right or are you right?
  11. Lake District

    Very nice area, yes. But that's a drive, get out of the car and up the hills on foot. (could go Base Brown, Green Gable, Great Gable from there) Nothing a fit young hamster shouldn't be able to easily manage from Seatoller or Seathwaite and back in a day.
  12. Car Accident Advice

    Never mind that it's almost always the best option to go through the insurance company. Just because it's someone that's been passed his test a week and already had a crash like that....... basically if he doesn't deserve his premiums to sky rocket, no one does.
  13. Iran has backup nuke facillity

    Your sources get better and better. FFS you are KNOB....why not look into who wrote the article instead of where it was written.......author Juan Cole Cole was awarded Fulbright-Hays fellowships to India (1982) and to Egypt (1985-1986). From 1999 until 2004, Juan Cole was the editor of The International Journal of Middle East Studies. He has served in professional offices for the American Institute of Iranian Studies.[6] He was elected president of the Middle East Studies Association of North America in November 2004.[7] In 2006, he received the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism administered by Hunter College.[8] 1975 B.A. History and Literature of Religions, Northwestern University 1978 M.A. Arabic Studies/History, American University in Cairo 1984 Ph.D. Islamic Studies, University of California Los Angeles 1984-1990 Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan 1990-1995 Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan 1992-1995 Director, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan 1995- Professor of History, University of Michigan (from Wiki......hope thats acceptable) hmmmm sounds like a fairly itk guy, what exactly are your qualifications again Fop? PhD in smiley face usage?.........M.Sc. in third person self reference? History, literature and Islamic studies? Aye perfectly qualified for talking about nuclear programs and nuclear proliferation. But if number of general "qualifications = right" then Fop could post "bombshells" that would (going by the 2 x 60kg dumbbell thread) make Toontastic meltdown.
  14. Men queuing up for 'moob' surgery

    Yup it's fine for me because I'm not cowardly enough to hide behind obfuscation and misdirection. Of all the things that can be levelled against me, being afraid to put personal and potentially damning things in the public forum is not one. Your move fraidy cat. oh, by the by? Your delusions are many and varied, from believing that people are jealous of you, to thinking that by simply placing a smiley at the end of your post means you win, to referring to yourself in the third person, to making claims so as to garner attention/respect- then not having the stones to back them up with evidence, to claiming anyone who replies to one of your utterances is obsessed with you (but for you to reply to them is not). Whatever your real life is like I can only pray to all the Gods that you've eked out a more amicable existence there, because only the Gods can work out what your purpose/aim is here? Which simpleton gave Fish moderating duties? Nope no obfuscation and misdirection there.
  15. Men queuing up for 'moob' surgery

    Thing was originally it was "impossible" because no one could lift that much. Then it was "impossible" because only the incredible Hulk could lift that much. Fact is even someone as weedy as that fella can (clearly and undeniably) do 2 x 40kg....... so the question really is why can't so many poster on Toontastic?

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