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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by Lostfridge on 18.07.13 16:39

All sounds made up
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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by Woofer on 18.07.13 18:05

Calling Latin scholars - does his blog name mean order of the red cross?
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Post by aquila on 18.07.13 18:09

@Woofer wrote:Calling Latin scholars - does his blog name mean order of the red cross?

Why bother Woofer, it's rubbish.

I'm sure you have access to Google the same as everyone else.

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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by sheila.edwards on 18.07.13 18:13

@aquila wrote:There are lots of people who want to hide the truth. I've been told there are even people paid to blog about things to obfuscate, incite people to libel and have forums closed down - it's a growing industry apparently. 

Thankfully, there are so many decent people on this forum who won't be silenced even when under pressure from duplicitous folk with an agenda.

Madeleine McCann deserves more.
your right I think, but it must be expensive,who could be bothered I wonder? telling people they cant read this or that or cant think/say this or that just makes some feel like reading or thinking/say more imo
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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by aquila on 18.07.13 18:20

@sheila.edwards wrote:
@aquila wrote:There are lots of people who want to hide the truth. I've been told there are even people paid to blog about things to obfuscate, incite people to libel and have forums closed down - it's a growing industry apparently. 

Thankfully, there are so many decent people on this forum who won't be silenced even when under pressure from duplicitous folk with an agenda.

Madeleine McCann deserves more.
your right I think but it must be expensive,who could be bothered I wonder? 
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Sheila, no offense meant here but I rarely understand your posts. From your profile you are a nurse living in the Wirral and yet you spell coloboma 'colombo' and other things as well. Your posts are not helped by the spin emoticon throughout. I really do try to understand what you are trying to say but it's not easy when your English changes all the time.
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Post by suzyjohnson on 18.07.13 20:28

@jeanmonroe wrote:
"They also left items of apparent gratuity  for the detectives that were later filed as evidence."

WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

I think that may be a mistranslation

A gratuity is a tip, that you would give to a waiter / porter

You may give someone (the police for example) a tip off, some information

So, the police received some information that they are keeping as evidence.

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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by AndyB on 18.07.13 21:58

@suzyjohnson wrote:
@jeanmonroe wrote:
"They also left items of apparent gratuity  for the detectives that were later filed as evidence."

WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

I think that may be a mistranslation
I agree that's exactly what it sounds like, specifically a translation by an automatic translation web site that hasn't been "Englished" up enough. That does raise the intriguing question though; if the original source is reliable, where does that leave us?

Having said that, I now think the man is deluded and perhaps I shouldn't have posted the link

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Post by Woofer on 18.07.13 23:37

@aquila wrote:
@Woofer wrote:Calling Latin scholars - does his blog name mean order of the red cross?

Why bother Woofer, it's rubbish.

I'm sure you have access to Google the same as everyone else.

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 Yet another put down - gee thanks.
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Bizzare bingo and biscuits

Post by Harriet94 on 19.07.13 0:22

Very strange. A couple of weeks ago BBC news 24 broadcast what I thought was a very strange news item which seemed to be an attempt to smear the Portuguese police. They claimed that people had been prosecuted for merely observing a game of bingo in which the prize was a tin of biscuits. They claimed the PJ took the biscuits away as evidence. The newsreaders had a good laugh and commented "when in Portugal.........." I wondered why this had featured as a news item. Now I am reading on this forum about "gratuities" being kept for evidence. I wonder who supplied the BBC with that story and why they chose to feature it.

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It's crackers!

Post by Guest on 19.07.13 9:28

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Post by plebgate on 19.07.13 9:54

Playing Bingo for biscuits?

Digestive = £5 win

Hob Nob = £10 win

RICH Tea = Jackpot. big grin 





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Re: Ordinisrubricrucis Blog

Post by Hobs on 19.07.13 15:30

@plebgate wrote:Playing Bingo for biscuits?  

Digestive          =   £5 win

Hob Nob           =   £10 win

RICH Tea            =  Jackpot.    big grin 




 Hey leave me out of it,I PROTEST IN THE STRONGEST TERMS... yep...  CAPITAL LETTERS!!  and you can't get stronger than that unless you got crayons ( mine are in the fridge due to it being all hot and sunny  and i can't write well with melted crayons sad

I am a Hobnob and as such should not be ranked 2nd as a £10 win, it's jackpot or nothing at all and if the mccanns and/or tapas 7 decide to use me in games of chance i shall go all melty and sticky and like completely ruin their clothing and stuffs before calling for an all out cookie strike.

My fellow cookies will refuse to make an appearance at any meeting where one or more of their supporters are unless...

They are placed there by law enforcement with a view to eavesdropping on what was said by whom.

They have had full espionage training and...

will not look suspicious when in situ ie those aren't currants or raisins, those are microbugs (sorry chocolate bourbons and rich tea)

I, in the meantime am off to learn how to abseil into varying strengths of tea whilst my biscotti friends are learning how to do the same into coffee: :glee: glee
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