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    Nope I was looking for real info until I stumbled upon you and buttplugs ongoing love affair...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Nope I was looking for real info until I stumbled upon you and buttplugs ongoing love affair...
    Yeah right, you were after a bit of Buttplug lovin', why don't you admit it?

    I'm sure he'll service you if you grease his palm.


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    Oh my it is off to MKP we go again...

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    What's that? Massive Katoey P....?

    Calm down now, you're as bad as Buttplug.

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    Meanwhile, back in the "Iran tryin' to get itself blowed up" thread:

    Iran Stops IAEA Inspectors: Protecting Site of Tests Linked to Nuclear Explosive?

    By Jijo Jacob

    February 22, 2012 9:50 AM GMT

    Iran denied International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors access to its Parchin military base, where high-explosive tests linked to nuclear bomb had been reportedly conducted.

    The IAEA inspectors had arrived in Iran two days ago, seeking answers from Iranian nuclear scientists about international intelligence that its civilian nuclear projects are hiding a military agenda to develop atom bombs.

    The five-member IAEA team, led by Herman Nackaerts, had planned to visit Parchin military base and make headway in negotiations on a document that addresses unresolved issues.

    But the inspectors had to retune as Iran steadfastly denied access to Parchin base. This was not wholly unexpected, as before the inspectors arrived, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi had affirmed that the IAEA men would not get to inspect any nuclear site.

    "It is disappointing that Iran did not accept our request to visit Parchin," Yukiya Amano, IAEA Director General, said in a statement.

    Parchin military base near Tehran is where high-explosive tests linked to the development of atom bomb were carried out. The IAEA reported in November that Iran had done tests "relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device" at Parchin.

    After the inspectors returned, Iranian ambassador to the IAEA, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, said talks between the country and the agency would continue in the future, ISNA reported.

    Read more: Iran Stops IAEA Inspectors: Protecting Site of Tests Linked to Nuclear Explosive? - International Business Times

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    I'll tell you one thing, if I was Iranian I wouldn't be flying Iran Air to Dubai any time soon.
    I was working in the Gulf then for Brown and Root, pipelaying and that airliner came down not too far away from our laybarge.
    Very bad news for the innocents on board but the Iranian navy even then, were harassing us trying to work for the UAE ad Saudi A., always on the radios harassing.
    Luckily the US warships bantered back at them on the radios, (i worked in the tower, so i heard much of the exchanges).
    Next time in the head to head chatter, wont be much banter.

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    I must research the background of this Iranian warship.

    Maybe its an ex US cast off just like the General Belgrano was.

    Could be interesting.

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