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Old 02-21-2013, 04:49 PM   #21
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There is a thread on this forum about the UMD I believe its a sticky. They have said and done some very very questionable things. Please do not send them anymore money. Save it put it aside, join operation sonce and use it yourself to do something good.
Thanks mate, ill go look into it now.
As I said before, I am 100% for operation sonce.
My partner works for a large printing company so I could organise discounted printing should we need to make pamphlets etc...
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What the words "Greece" and "Greek" mean today?

Well, I'm feeling Greek today.
[translation - I don't want to work and I want someone else to subsidise my laziness]
Yeah that's pretty accurate. I watched a CNN special on modern greece about their financial disaster and they had fingers pointed in every direction except towards themselves. They truly take the victim role to a whole new level.
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What the words "Greece" and "Greek" mean today?

My Greek ate all the grass out back.
[My goat ate all the grass out back]

I feel like Greek food today.
[I feel like food from anywhere in the Mediterranean with a predominantly Turkish influence.]

I didn't do it, it was them.
[I am Greek, I did it.]
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:44 PM   #24
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Thanks mate, ill go look into it now.
As I said before, I am 100% for operation sonce.
My partner works for a large printing company so I could organise discounted printing should we need to make pamphlets etc...
Do they produce stickers as well? Would be pretty cool to get some designs up in regards to operation sonce and transform them into stickers.

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What the words "Greece" and "Greek" mean today?

My Greek ate all the grass out back.
[My goat ate all the grass out back]

I feel like Greek food today.
[I feel like food from anywhere in the Mediterranean with a predominantly Turkish influence.]


I didn't do it, it was them.
[I am Greek, I did it.]
Lol this one always makes me laugh. Some Greek I used to know would say that the 'Turks stole the blueprints for Turkish bread/coffee/etc.'

So who's celebrating 'Greek' Easter this year? lol.
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Lol this one always makes me laugh. Some Greek I used to know would say that the 'Turks stole the blueprints for Turkish bread/coffee/etc.'
Hahaha I didn't know bread and coffee required blueprints

I'm having greek tonight - thinking of having fried rice and a couple of heinekens - thats greek right?
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Hahaha I didn't know bread and coffee required blueprints

I'm having greek tonight - thinking of having fried rice and a couple of heinekens - thats greek right?
Me neither, but perhaps the 'Greek' way is to cook using blueprint designs. Maybe I should've told this bloke that it's called a recipe. He was a bit of a block-head though.

Sure is, can't get more Greek than that. Even having a meat pie and a Carlton Draught at the footy these days is considered a Greek delicacy.
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Me neither, but perhaps the 'Greek' way is to cook using blueprint designs. Maybe I should've told this bloke that it's called a recipe. He was a bit of a block-head though.

Sure is, can't get more Greek than that. Even having a meat pie and a Carlton Draught at the footy these days is considered a Greek delicacy.
Yeah, a Japanese friend once explained how they stole the blueprints for sushi from the Greeks many, many olympiads ago.
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Lol this one always makes me laugh. Some Greek I used to know would say that the 'Turks stole the blueprints for Turkish bread/coffee/etc.'
Blue(&White)prints ?
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Yeah, a Japanese friend once explained how they stole the blueprints for sushi from the Greeks many, many olympiads ago.
Back in the days where Zeus and Poseidon roamed the cobbled streets of Atina. Creative bunch they are lol.
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Blue(&White)prints ?
Yes that's right Risto. The English word 'blueprints' is extracted from the ancient Greek flag, which apparently the East India Company stole the blueprints for in the late 17th century.
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