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Strong Words 6/2/05

Best quote ever.

I’m reading about his prewar strategies now, and for a genocidal maniac, he had some strategic genius to him (Operation BARR-BARR-osa aside).

Cheers

[quote]David Barr wrote:
Best quote ever.

I’m reading about his prewar strategies now, and for a genocidal maniac, he had some strategic genius to him (Operation BARR-BARR-osa aside).

Cheers[/quote]

To this day, his military strategies are utilized by many nations, including the US.

I hear Barrbados is really nice this time of year. http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/bb.html

Anywho, lol

How can you determine if you have a food intolerance? Not talking about anaphylactic shock… That may be easy to spot. LOL

I don’t think I have any but I am just curious. I can eat lots of peanuts and feel fine, Dairy etc. Just curious.

-Get Lifted

Also, to prevent any confusion, my Grandmother fled the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia.

It is, quite literally, the most fascinating and emotionally powerful story I have ever heard.

[quote]David Barr wrote:
Best quote ever.

I’m reading about his prewar strategies now, and for a genocidal maniac, he had some strategic genius to him (Operation BARR-BARR-osa aside).

Cheers[/quote]

Not sure I’d agree with that. His audacity was amazing, but he was maybe the single biggest factor dooming the German war effort. Read John Keegan’s chapter on him in The Mask of Command if you get a chance.

[quote]David Barr wrote:
Also, to prevent any confusion, my Grandmother fled the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia.

It is, quite literally, the most fascinating and emotionally powerful story I have ever heard.[/quote]

my grandmother marched in hitler’s youth and, to this day, believes he was a good guy, only it was that his generals were bad.

im reminded of a great movie, The Believer, about a self-hating jew neo-nazi.