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Wreck of German U-boat found off coast of Stranraer

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Old 19th October 2016, 05:12
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Wreck of German U-boat found off coast of Stranraer

From the BBC;
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...tland-37691283
Sea monsters? Really??
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Old 19th October 2016, 08:49
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Don't be so bloody cynical, Martin. Open your mind to things you don't understand. It's an indication of how cynical our society has become when we can't believe even that which is before our very eyes.
Take a closer look at the images and you will note that it's bleedin' obvious that the boat has been regurgitated!!

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Those Scots and their monsters ...

The only monsters I've ever seen in Scotland have been outside the pub at chucking out time on a Saturday night.

.... and yes, they did a lot of regurgitating too ...
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Take a closer look at the images and you will note that it's bleedin' obvious that the boat has been regurgitated!!

Taff
Just because the sonar image looks like something that has been squeezed out of an Alsatian doesn't necessarily mean it has been
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"We made and almighty ****up and had to abandon ship and surrender"
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"We were set upon by a giant sea monster"

Which excuse for losing your boat is best?
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Nessie got it in her jaws for sure,it's true Taff told me so.
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