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40 minutes ago, JOHN-DYNOSTAR said:

I started to listen to it but went to sleep after the second guy was introduced.

what happened :huh:

what 2nd guy :huh:

i must have fallen asleep too :lol:

 

hang on you must have fallen asleep after 45 seconds , 2nd guy is the speaker 

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Dunno, usually the good guys win at the end  :huh:

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it all went wrong at NATO's Bucharest conference in 2008  

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11 hours ago, mark3evo said:

what 2nd guy :huh:

i must have fallen asleep too :lol:

 

hang on you must have fallen asleep after 45 seconds , 2nd guy is the speaker 

well yes there was anecdotes  and stuff  and then mr meerscaum was introduced and I went to sleep 

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Russia bans the export of automobiles :lol:

Russian car factory

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Luckily there were some decent members of the Russian armed forces

i was very nearly  toast aged 1

Well done Vasily :thumbs:

 

Vasily Arkhipov (1926 - 1998) was a Soviet Navy officer who casted the single vote to not launch a nuclear torpedo from a B-59 submarine in response to the U.S. dropping depth charges, despite being in international waters during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.
The Soviet crew had no contact from Moscow for a few days and was not sure if World War 3 had erupted. The captain was sure that war had started on the surface and wanted to fire a nuclear torpedo. It also did not help that the submarine batteries were running low, causing the air conditioning to fail and increasing the heat above 113°F (45°C). Many of the crew members began to faint from carbon dioxide poisoning and low levels of oxygen, which also heavily impaired their decision making.
According to protocol, a nuclear launch needed the approval of only the captain and the political officer onboard. As luck would have it, Arkhipov was a flotilla commander who specifically chose to be onboard that fateful B-59 submarine. Flotilla commanders were usually not onboard nuclear submarines, but they were ranked high enough to change the two person vote to a three person vote. Arkhipov argued with the two senior officers and was finally able to convince them to surface and contact Moscow.
His tenacity and decision ultimately averted a nuclear war and saved the world.

 

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He says it would be difficult to put Putin out,

so, it leads to the original plan i had, i just need the nuke

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Martin said:

What about some of Marks veggy crap, same thing i thought :huh: :D

if a spud was thrown at your head that would hurt :D

 

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