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Dock

Vietnam

Looking at planning this for later in the year, but has any one on here been? And where would you recommend going area/city etc., and any all round general tips.

And to prempt any questions:

No, I don't know how many 'Clicks' it is between here and there.

And yes, I do know that the average age of the combat sodier in Vietnam was N-N-N-N-Nineteen.  

And yes, I also know that there was a lot of  Dedededededede-Destruction.  

And yes, I also know that eight to ten years after coming home almost eight hundred thousand men are still fighting the Vietnam War.  
Dock

clacker wrote:
Jeez, Haddock, you just had to mention 'Nam didn't you.


*Puts bandana on, hides in river with knife between teeth*


And so it begin's.    
Pond Life

My aunt went. She said it was fascinating. Burnt out helicopters still there and there are tours down the tunnels that they built, she said they were incredibly claustrophobic and some go down 3 floors or more. Sounds well worth going.
Plastic Man

"Do you smell that? It's napalm, son. Nothing else on the world smells like that. I love the smell of napalm in the morning. Y'know, once we had a hail bomb....12 hours....and when it was all over I walked up. We didn't find one of them, not one stinking dinck body.

The smell, y'know that gasoline smell, that whole hell.

Smells like........ Victory. Some day this war's gonna end."

Smells like........ Victory. Some day this war's gonna end. Do you think Lieutenant-Colonel Kilgore was perhaps a wistful, metaphysical, Leeds United Football Club follower?

(For Mr Pond's benefit, I mean association football, rather than proper football).
sheeps

They eat dog.



In a gastronomic way.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Plastic Man wrote:
"Do you smell that? It's napalm, son. Nothing else on the world smells like that. I love the smell of napalm in the morning. Y'know, once we had a hail bomb....12 hours....and when it was all over I walked up. We didn't find one of them, not one stinking dinck body.

The smell, y'know that gasoline smell, that whole hell.

Smells like........ Victory. Some day this war's gonna end."

Smells like........ Victory. Some day this war's gonna end. Do you think Lieutenant-Colonel Kilgore was perhaps a wistful, metaphysical, Leeds United Football Club follower?

(For Mr Pond's benefit, I mean association football, rather than proper football).




Dock

Right, so  just to clarify, Robert Duvall can be linked to LUFC, and the vietnamese eat dog's.

Er, thanks for the insight's lad's, it's like having my own online Rough Guide, but, er, not. much appreciated.
sheeps

Ahaddockinthenet wrote:
Right, so  just to clarify, Robert Duvall can be linked to LUFC, and the vienamese eat dog's.

Er, thanks for the insight's lad's, it's like having my own online Rough Guide, but, er, not. much appreciated.



*ungrateful twerp*


Oh, and Top Gear did a thing on motorbikes there.




Your welcome.
grunt

Rhymes with jam so easy to write a poem about it.
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Ahaddockinthenet wrote:
Right, so  just to clarify, Robert Duvall can be linked to LUFC, and the vienamese eat dog's.

Er, thanks for the insight's lad's, it's like having my own online Rough Guide, but, er, not. much appreciated.



*ungrateful twerp*


Oh, and Top Gear did a thing on motorbikes there.




Your welcome.


Re: Twerp, I thought that was a word used exclusivley by older sister's against younger brothers. I'm an only child, so for that reason, and that reason alone I'm, er, not.  
Dock

grunt wrote:
Rhymes with jam so easy to write a poem about it.


Cheers Grunter, that should come in, er, handy when trying to converse with the locals.  
grunt

Vietnam
You were in a jam
When you got invaded by Uncle Sam
I'm sorry that happened, I really am
But it's not my fault is it?

You can use this to smooth over any anti west feeling you might encounter
bearing

They use shit loads of MSG, your ticker will be going like a machine gun
Dock

grunt wrote:
Vietnam
You were in a jam
When you got invaded by Uncle Sam
I'm sorry that happened, I really am
But it's not my fault is it?

You can use this to smooth over any anti west feeling you might encounter


Pond Life

grunt wrote:
Vietnam
You were in a jam
When you got invaded by Uncle Sam
I'm sorry that happened, I really am
But it's not my fault is it?

You can use this to smooth over any anti west feeling you might encounter


God i love you in a strictly non gay way.
Plastic Man

Pond Life wrote:
grunt wrote:
Vietnam
You were in a jam
When you got invaded by Uncle Sam
I'm sorry that happened, I really am
But it's not my fault is it?

You can use this to smooth over any anti west feeling you might encounter


God i love you in a strictly non gay way.


Is your remark directed at Mr Grunt or the Lord Almighty?

If the latter, "verily your non-gay love shall pleaseth Him greatly, for He shall mightily smote and smite  the sodomite who.... (ad nauseam). [Book of Straights. Chapter 9; verses 22-48]"
Dock

Plastic Man wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
grunt wrote:
Vietnam
You were in a jam
When you got invaded by Uncle Sam
I'm sorry that happened, I really am
But it's not my fault is it?

You can use this to smooth over any anti west feeling you might encounter


God i love you in a strictly non gay way.


Is your remark directed at Mr Grunt or the Lord Almighty?

If the latter, "verily your non-gay love shall pleaseth Him greatly, for He shall mightily smote and smite  the sodomite who.... (ad nauseam). [Book of Straights. Chapter 9; verses 22-48]"


Your Higness, thank you for bringing some gravitas to my topic, I'd kind of given up on this lot.  

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