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1 minute ago, DeMonkey said:

That's why you're confusing :laugh:

I mean, England doesn't give a S#&$ about most things either, but we do so in an intuitive manner. 

touche.  🙇‍♂️

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in any case, the jersey i small and easier to handle than some other breeds, it doesn't that much milk, but the milk it does have is rich in fat

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1 hour ago, Stalker_Cake said:

i think americans use jerseys, but i'm not sure

Some Jerseys but a lot of Angus and some Wagyu.

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2 minutes ago, MagPrime said:

Some Jerseys but a lot of Angus and some Wagyu.

my dream is to own a few scotish highlanders alongside my NRF's

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34 minutes ago, Stalker_Cake said:

my dream is to own a few scotish highlanders alongside my NRF's

But

Cakey

There can be inly one Highlander.

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Just now, MagPrime said:

But

Cakey

There can be inly one Highlander.

i will be the only highlander because i will stand high on land

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Australia has the world’s longest golf course measuring more than 850 miles (1367.94 km) long

Edited by hellodownthere

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8 minutes ago, hellodownthere said:

Australia has the world’s longest golf course measuring more than 850 miles (1367.94 km) long

good to know, but i don't like golf

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2 minutes ago, Fiftycentis said:

good to know, but i don't like golf

ok then here. There are 1 million Camels that roam wild Australia's Deserts - the largest number of purebred camels in the world

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3 hours ago, Fiftycentis said:

good to know, but i don't like golf

There is town in the middle of New South Wales called Cowra. This town seemingly in the middle of nowhere is referred to as the Centre of World Friendship and has been awarded a World Peace Bell commonly reserved for capital cities.

We begin in 1944 during the second world war, Corwa was host to an internment camp consisting mainly of Japanese and Italians. On August 5th 2am there was a mass breakout by the Japanese who stormed the perimeter with improvised weapons. It was the largest breakout and one of the bloodiest in the second world war and is referred to as the Cowra breakout. Of the Australian troops and 1,104 Japanese prisoners housed at Cowra; 4 Australian troops died, 334 Japanese escaped,  231 Japanese pow were killed, 108 wounded, and those who made it were recaptured in 10 days. It was determined by an Australian court inquiry on September 8th;

  • that conditions at the camp were fully in accordance with the International Convention;
  • that no complaints regarding treatment had been made by or on behalf of the Japanese prior to the incident, which appeared to have been a premeditated and concerted plan of the prisoners;
  • that the actions of the Australian garrison in resisting the attack averted greater loss of life, and that firing ceased as soon as control was assured; and
  • that many of the dead had died by suicide or by the hand of other prisoners, and that many of the wounded had suffered self-inflicted wounds.

A recounting by Japanese survivors tells us that although they played cards, carved their own baseball bats and shogi sets. They had no idea about what was happening in the war. They had been rigorously taught that the only honorable thing after capture was death. The arrival of officers late in the war only enforced this teaching as they shamed those already imprisoned there. The escape attempt was not a chance to rejoin the front but to die honorably even if recaptured they would surely be killed.  Before the escape, the leaders handed out toilet paper with which the prisoners voted yes or no with a circle or cross. They also agreed on the non-harming of civilians. On August 4th Australian officers where tipped off and began plans to separate officers and transport prisoners to another camp in Hays. The Japanese escape leaders were tipped of the same day. To much the surprise of those who were recaptured, the troops at Cowra only asked the prisoners to help clean the burnt buildings and bury the dead. The Japanese prisoners killed during the incident were buried in a mass grave.

*I have one article from the Sydney Morning Herald that says a civilian couple offered two prisoners tea and scones before they were taken again.

In 1968 a club know as the Returned Service League (RSL) began the long process of sorting the dead from the mass grave. Their efforts were recognised by both the Australian and Japanese government. An official Japanese war cemetery and garden were created in memoriam of all those at the camp.

1992 Cowra is awarded a replica UN peace bell made out coins from 103 of participating countries. In commemoration of Cowra's continued international efforts.

1997 Cowra is constructs an Australian - Italian friendship monument in recognition of Italians and Australians who served with the allies.

 

All this because I got lost in a town that claimed it was the Centre of World Friendship and so many street signs pointed to a Japanese Peace Garden.

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17 minutes ago, MagPrime said:

So many sacrifice topics in off topic, wtf?

I guess it is to be expected.

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8 minutes ago, Aeon66 said:

I guess it is to be expected.

Not if you consider people to have a shred of common sense...

Which I don't, so yeah, expected. :clem:

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i heard there were twich drops, but i can't find anything, nvm, i remembered the reward was that teshin statue + some other meh stuff

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Since when was my glorious off-topic in the GENERAL TOPICS??? This is unacceptable! I do not want to be associated with them

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13 minutes ago, BrownStalin said:

Since when was my glorious off-topic in the GENERAL TOPICS??? This is unacceptable! I do not want to be associated with them

Tell the moderators. 

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14 minutes ago, MagPrime said:

Tell the moderators. 

Pah moderators, it's like calling the police to put out a fire

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vor einer Stunde schrieb MagPrime:

So many sacrifice topics in off topic, wtf?

we sacrificed good content it seems

vor 30 Minuten schrieb BrownStalin:

Since when was my glorious off-topic in the GENERAL TOPICS??? This is unacceptable! I do not want to be associated with them

Pretty dumb, but oh well

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Lmao how the tables have turned

55 minutes ago, MagPrime said:

@Cleesus

Can we get a clean up of off topic?  So many general discussion topics in here.

 

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6 minutes ago, Cleesus said:

Lmao how the tables have turned

One day it's a bug report in GD, then it's feedback in Off Topic, then you get GD in Off Topic, then Off Topic in GD and so on. Tables can't have turned in a specifiable way when they've always been as bad as a revolving door. :clem:

Edited by DeMonkey

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7 minutes ago, Cleesus said:

Lmao how the tables have turned

 

Wouldn't the tables turning mean I'm a mod?

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Touche 

2 minutes ago, DeMonkey said:

One day it's a bug report in GD, then it's feedback in Off Topic, then you get GD in Off Topic, then Off Topic in GD and so on. Tables can't have turned in a specifiable way when they've always been as bad as a revolving door. :clem:

Not that table

1 minute ago, MagPrime said:

Wouldn't the tables turning mean I'm a mod?

 

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