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  • Airsofter since
    2004 possibly earlier.
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    Here we go then: 4 x VSRs, 3 x CA G36c's, 2 x TM P90's, CA P90 sportline, 2 x TM mp7's, KSC GBB MP7, CA m15 cqb, Huricaine/systema HK 416, Star L85 commando, CA M14, Maruzen shotty, 'cheapy' shotty, KSC Glock: 17(x2),18,19,23,26 & 34, HK usp, 3x TM glock 17 & 18aep, 2x Army Glock 17, KJ Barretta 92f,TM Stainless 92f, hi-cap 4.3, TM 1911, KJ 'stainless' 1911, KJ 1943, 2 x socom mk23's, sig 226, Maruzen P99 (nbb), TM FN 5/7 & a few I've forgotten about.
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    The wrong thing!!, 'Exactly', 'Everybody knows that' Or, 'Really?'
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    West Landern
  • Interests
    Snow Boarding. The plight of people who have invested in property for financial gain. International competetive freestyle masterbation. Oh yeah, a little thing called airsoft.

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  1. Do you guys really not know??? There's your answer. Yet, the global population continues to increase. Even with one of the largest populations (China) making a concerted effort to lower the average by allowing only 1 child. For over 40 years!!!!!!!!!! Greg.
  2. No. Increasing longevity does, obviously, temporarily stop the population from decreasing. But: The population increases, because we keep reproducing, NOT because people don't die, or as you put it, we, 'slow aging'. Goodness, how pedantic of me! Greg.
  3. 1, Er, cost? Note I said Globally. What you suggest would have a global impact. But even locally, I doubt the NHS could fund what you suggest, after all, they are currently denying cancer patients life saving treatments. Penicillin has been around so long it is now almost redundant (immunity etc.) & in all that time it has only been truly available to less than 30% of the global population. 2, Agreed, they are (rightly) focused on the 'fix', not how it will be applied. It ain't their fault that economics restrict the use of costly technology. 3, Will do. 4, Agreed. Greg
  4. Local dental hospital?????? What is that? Do we have that sort of thing in West Landern? Thanks, I'll check it out on the net, see what pops up. I tried my gp, he just told me to go to my dentist. Greg.
  5. Remember, all the things you suggest would only be available for a small minority. Probably not you or any other Arnie contributor & definately not the likes of scum like me. Just sit back & spend a few days thinking about what this would genuinely mean for global sociaty as a whole. Don't we have enough division already? Wouldn't the evil scientist's time, be better spent trying to close the gaps, not make them even wider? Mind you, long term you could have a point: Aftersay 1000 years, there could be very few of the scum under class leaft alive, thus solving most, if not
  6. Blimey, that's a lot of latters. * 1, Agreed. 3 of the dentists at my local practice all chipped in to give me my current options. I suppose I have currently had 3, 'opinions' but I wonder if they kind of count as 1, as they are all from the same practice?????? I'll get my finger out. Any one know exactly how you go about getting a second opinion via nhs dentists? Do you have to find & register at another nhs practice, 'cos that will prove a real problem in my area. 2, The nerve was removed about 5 years ago via a rout canal job. Thus there is very little pain. I think I would
  7. Umarex/KWA ones are at Fire support for £250. Greg.
  8. 1, Thank you for pointing that out. I had thought it myself, toxic shock & all that. The dentist is aware of what's going on but had not mentioned anything like that. I should follow it up, as I suspect you could be right. 2, Don't get me started. Greg.
  9. Todays rant,,,,,,,,,,,,,, & a warning to you all: Age & my teeth. So I'm getting even older & as the days go by, my body becomes less & less useful. My sex drive is minimal & despite having it on a plate I'm literally *fruitcage*ed for a few days after a good sesh. Adrenalin sports are more a chore than exciting but I carry on, as I know no better. This year's crop of problems have been my teeth! Until now, one of my most reliable tools. A few months back while eating some chocolate one just exploded into bits, resulting in a £200 bill for a fairly uncomfort
  10. It is a fact that some of us work 'better' under pressure. It's why some folk do well in pressure environments & others don't. Like you, I thrive on it & therefore generate pressurized situations to get the best out of myself. I kind of go all 'matrix time' when the *suitcase* starts to fly. I'm sure it's been proven scientifically & to do with adrenalin or something. It is a handy thing to recognize in yourself, especially if you are prone to boredom or depression. To be at your best, you need to be doing stuff, don't sit & stare for too long. The funniest exa
  11. A friend of mine told me a story today of a man named Greg that he met in Spain once. He said this guy had women lined up at the bar waiting to talk to him. When asked what his secret was he said he'd show them. He walked over to one of the girls, slapped her on the shoulder, then put her in a headlock and said "Buy me a beer *badgeress*!" I feel quite sure this must have been you

  12. It's a real shame that the 'degree' has become so diluted. Once upon a time, if someone had a degree (except 'sociology') it was almost a guarantee that they were 'clever'. Even if they didn't come with 'a clue' or 'common sense', at least you could virtually guarantee they had the ability to 'learn & retain'. Thus, graduates were sought after, as it was believed that stuck in any given situation, they would be able to 'figure out' the 'best' solution. Shame. I spent a lot of time in the States back in the '80's & they were so impressed with UK education because they saw th
  13. 50%?? Jesus. In my year (a long time ago) only about 10% made 'A' levels in 6th form & about half of those went to uni. Which was about the norm, so 5%, ish? I think. & not everyone passed! No wonder degrees these days are seen as having little value. If only 20% got enough 'o' levs to do A's & these days half the students can get a degree,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, we have either bread a race of super geniuses, or, Degrees just ain't as hard as they used to be. I guess the super genius race was the aim but I have a sneaky suspicion we are far from it.
  14. Currently land based C&G Arb & Hort stuff but in the past, it's been the same for various language courses (GCSE) & biz studies. I think that one was a national diploma or something, a long time ago. When I left school, I seriously don't remember having to pay uni fees. Mind you, I don't remember what I had for breakfast or the last time I got layed these days. Probably toast & jam & it seems like ages but must have been some time last week . But that's only a guess 'cos my back still hurts a bit. If the situation has changed, it would explain why so many of
  15. He-he. Is it different for Uni then? I genuinely thought that the course fees were waived if you stated before 19! You then of course had to support yourself, food, lodgings & beer by working the weekends/evenings or poncing off your middle class parents. When did this change? & why wasn't I informed? You can get a loan? Can I get a loan? & why are the courses that I have taken 'free' for sub 19's, if uni has to be paid for? I really need a proper answer, as I'll be up all night pondering this one. Greg.
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