Originally Posted by spencers
Rogue waves, son
Yes, apparently hundreds if not thousands of ships have gone missing/sunk because of freak, massive, rogue waves. Sometimes even on smooth seas. They...
Originally Posted by ArteEtLabore14
I'm really interested in going to teach English some in Asian country (Japan being my first choice, probably followed by South Korea and then any others). I'll be 22, with a...
We have 3 good quality, leather lounges - a two seater, 2.5 seater and 3 seater. They are so comfortable i have fallen asleep on them many a time watching tv after work. The 2.5 seater would be ideal as its long enough to lie on (shoes...
Although i wear a Submariner, it's cousin the Rolex Sea Dweller (old style not the new DSSD) is a very manly yet elegantly understated watch.
Wanted one but my wrist just wasn't big enough for the more chunky Sea Dweller.
In a way i admire the Bloc Quebecois for wanting to protect their heritage, language, culture and traditions from outside influences.
I think parties like that are desperately needed in Anglophone Canada, Australia.
The UK has...
Originally Posted by z7f9q
Can't say enough how much I disagree. Seriously, that would be a recipe for economic stagnation. The Swiss/French debates have been exceptionally repellent in my view, and not at all...
Originally Posted by oman
wait hang on, some of that doesn't make sense
imo you guys are desperately in need of some sort of cosmopolitanism. seriously, look at the culture of rowdiness you've got, and youre...
Originally Posted by Pantisocrat
Can you suggest one or two good reads on the history of Australia, from colony to the present? Better if there's audibles (audio books) for them.
Glad you find this...