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The James McClean Sponsored Poppy Thread

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I knew you were The Troubles when you walked in.

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Reliably informed that there's no poppies on the Zbrojovka Brno jerseys tomorrow so I'm going to boo for 90 minutes.

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On 11/6/2018 at 04:00, Fullerene said:

Derry and Londonderry are two completely different cities that by a strange quirk in the space time continuum just happen to be located in the same place.

 

China Mieville got the inspiration for The City and the City from this. Don't watch the BBC adaptation though.

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6 minutes ago, Hand As Porn said:

My daughter says they fired poppies out of a cannon at her school assembly the other day. 

Following on the family trait...

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15 minutes ago, Tynierose said:

Following on the family trait...

Oh no it's quite a posh one. They probably have WW1 veterans in storage who come out to fire the cannons (the kind that fire out confetti when your team wins the (lower) league etc). 

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The British Legion must be well pissed off with the poppy getting associated with the likes of Tommy fanboys. Bet the sales have gone right down.

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27 minutes ago, Flybhoy said:

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I think sheep with poppies is a pretty good metaphor.

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Where's the white poppy?

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Don't think I've seen poppies associated with Aushwitz before. Wasn't it liberated by the Russians? 

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True fact: British Intelligence were supplied with eports about the conditions inside Auschwitz, and what was happening, by Witold Pilecki, a Polish soldier who volunteered to be captured and imprisoned in Auschwitz.

They didn't believe his reports.

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8 minutes ago, Gaz said:

True fact: British Intelligence were supplied with eports about the conditions inside Auschwitz, and what was happening, by Witold Pilecki, a Polish soldier who volunteered to be captured and imprisoned in Auschwitz.

They didn't believe his reports.

Not sure what they could have done about it if they did believe him. Bomb Auschwitz?

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