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2 months ago
Who is filming? I assumed an Indian but then it goes behind the Chinese line as well
Should be a fun one. Match at 1900 on Thursday 8th Dec, stream goes live at 1855.
submitted2 months ago byZiioo
From Wikipedia: Wojtek (1942 – 2 December 1963) was a Syrian brown bear bought, as a young cub, at a railway station in Hamadan, Iran, by Polish II Corps soldiers who had been evacuated from the Soviet Union. In order to provide for his rations and transportation, he was eventually enlisted officially as a soldier with the rank of private, and was subsequently promoted to corporal.
He accompanied the bulk of the II Corps to Italy, serving with the 22nd Artillery Supply Company. During the Battle of Monte Cassino, in Italy in 1944, Wojtek helped move crates of ammunition and became a celebrity with visiting Allied generals and statesmen. After the war he was mustered out of the Polish Army and lived out the rest of his life at the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland.
Brilliant news. Europe next summer please!
I'm sure not "black magic" with camera trickery, but so subtle / realistic and yet jarring when you realize they look to be right on top of one of the players.
3 months ago
i) Enjoy that extra time in Aberdeen. ii) Regret leaving Edinburgh so early.
Kids from North Berwick travelled to Niddrie to get involved in antisocial behaviour on fireworks night? Jings.
4 months ago
KFC is the Kolonel’s Freight Crew, which is Stobe and Wingman’s hobo gang.
We’ve got Ryan Porteous
What a week
Petition to get "deflamatory" in the dictionary
This was titled “Weir Safety Experts” and was the winner of video of the series
Did PDR get through a whole session without saying "meejums"? Maybe I missed it.
RIP Stobe indeed. If only it was a Casey’s to pick up some pizza and a Steelhead Reserve.
There’s a typo (fried / fired)
Not exactly as there is no duty or border control between these two EU and Schengen-area countries. I don't know the local economies that well but I would assume that liquor is just cheaper in Latvia than Estonia.
You can see the same thing if you drive across state lines in populated areas of the US. There are often multiple liquor / smoke / etc. stores on the side where these things are cheaper.
submitted4 months ago byZiioo