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EvilDMMk3
2009-05-31, 07:09 AM
I think she means North KOREA somehow. (http://i.dailymail.co.uk/mp3/2009/05/25/BBC_5_Live_25_May.mp3) Either that or Lancashire is in for a surprise...

Dr. Bath
2009-05-31, 07:12 AM
I think she means North KOREA somehow. (http://i.dailymail.co.uk/mp3/2009/05/25/BBC_5_Live_25_May.mp3) Either that or Lancashire is in for a surprise...

I knew they were up to something. Knew it.

ufo
2009-05-31, 07:41 AM
... did she say York?

_Zoot_
2009-05-31, 08:09 AM
Those double crossers!

They had us thinking that North Korea was the real danger, but its them!!!

EvilDMMk3
2009-05-31, 05:02 PM
... did she say York?
Yorkshire.

Exeson
2009-05-31, 05:09 PM
As if we needed more reason not to anywhere remotely north of London.

I kid, I kid.No I don't really, those bastards.
:smalltongue:

Kaelaroth
2009-05-31, 05:12 PM
... That was awesome. I commend you, sirrah, for noticing.

KilltheToy
2009-05-31, 08:07 PM
... That was awesome. I commend you, sirrah, for noticing.

I commend you, good sir, for using "sirrah".

I wouldn't know a thing about Yorkshire or Yorkshiremen, but I assume that if they have nukes. England suddenly has more problems than it did before.

Coidzor
2009-05-31, 08:41 PM
Well, the odds are in favor of there being at least one nuke somewhere in Yorkshire, aren't they? Or does the UK keep their nuclear arsenal entirely aboard submarines?

DamnedIrishman
2009-05-31, 09:26 PM
Well, the odds are in favor of there being at least one nuke somewhere in Yorkshire, aren't they? Or does the UK keep their nuclear arsenal entirely aboard submarines?

In answer to the second question: Practically, yes.


Highly dangerous military convoys carrying nuclear warheads travel regularly up and down the country by road - between the nuclear warhead factory at Burghfield (near Aldermaston) in Berkshire and the Trident nuclear base at Coulport in Scotland.

Nukewatch UK (http://www.nukewatch.org.uk).

Last_resort_33
2009-06-01, 07:17 AM
I live in North Yorkshire, and for the LAST TIME it wasn't an underground nuclear test, I'm just not very good at cooking.

EvilDMMk3
2009-06-01, 10:23 AM
Well, the odds are in favor of there being at least one nuke somewhere in Yorkshire, aren't they? Or does the UK keep their nuclear arsenal entirely aboard submarines?First they are not going to be using them in underground tests are they? And second:Nukewatch UK (http://www.nukewatch.org.uk/) is a very missleading website, both in the dangers involved and the legal status of these runs. But that is a story for another thread.

Flame of Anor
2009-06-02, 06:04 PM
Well, the odds are in favor of there being at least one nuke somewhere in Yorkshire, aren't they? Or does the UK keep their nuclear arsenal entirely aboard submarines?

In answer to the second question: Practically, yes.

Then we must ask ourselves: are the odds in favor of there being a nuke sub in Yorkshire?

Also, I hate to quash aspiring archaeolocutors, but "sirrah" is, in fact, a disparaging term.