Sore throat?

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Claude Rains
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by Claude Rains » 12 Nov 2018, 00:16

It's complete and utter nonsense.

How come I can look up in the sky and see objects that are millions and millions of miles away, the international space station at 248 mile altitude, aircraft flying at 7 mile high altitude, but i can't see Peterborough Cathedral on the train from March until just after Whittlesey, despite it being the tallest building this side of Ely, it being way taller than any trees in Cambs, and there being no hills (in fact the cathedral is on higher ground than The Fens).

And how is it possible to circumnavigate your so called flat earth without the sun rising behind you?
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by stuie » 12 Nov 2018, 00:32

Claude Rains wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 00:16
It's complete and utter nonsense.

How come I can look up in the sky and see objects that are millions and millions of miles away, the international space station at 248 mile altitude, aircraft flying at 7 mile high altitude, but i can't see Peterborough Cathedral on the train from March until just after Whittlesey, despite it being the tallest building this side of Ely, it being way taller than any trees in Cambs, and there being no hills (in fact the cathedral is on higher ground than The Fens).

And how is it possible to circumnavigate your so called flat earth without the sun rising behind you?
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by bristleposh » 12 Nov 2018, 12:06

Claude Rains wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 00:16
It's complete and utter nonsense.

How come I can look up in the sky and see objects that are millions and millions of miles away, the international space station at 248 mile altitude, aircraft flying at 7 mile high altitude, but i can't see Peterborough Cathedral on the train from March until just after Whittlesey, despite it being the tallest building this side of Ely, it being way taller than any trees in Cambs, and there being no hills (in fact the cathedral is on higher ground than The Fens).

And how is it possible to circumnavigate your so called flat earth without the sun rising behind you?
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by matt404 » 12 Nov 2018, 14:40

Don't feed the troll. He can't be reasoned with!
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by ashman » 12 Nov 2018, 16:45

matt404 wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 14:40
Don't feed the troll. He can't be reasoned with!
I assume you mean 'gazwilwah' and not 'Claude Rains?'
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by matt404 » 12 Nov 2018, 17:04

ashman wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 16:45
matt404 wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 14:40
Don't feed the troll. He can't be reasoned with!
I assume you mean 'gazwilwah' and not 'Claude Rains?'
Quite right. I've learned from bitter experience our Gaz cannot be persuaded, no matter how simpy you explain it to him :clap2:
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Re: Sore throat?

Post by ashman » 12 Nov 2018, 17:08

matt404 wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 17:04
ashman wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 16:45
matt404 wrote:
12 Nov 2018, 14:40
Don't feed the troll. He can't be reasoned with!
I assume you mean 'gazwilwah' and not 'Claude Rains?'
Quite right. I've learned from bitter experience our Gaz cannot be persuaded, no matter how simply you explain it to him :clap2:
Simpletons are a bit like that, bless!
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