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ian7675

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Post #151
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Edit: Ian your post has vanished, is Stan on the prowl? Unsure


I deleted it, just in case the other half read it. What did you think of the local roads around Rzeszow?

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:38
heliosphan

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Entertaining! The A (type) roads were OK but the B roads and lanes were terrible! Shock Some proper wheel-breaker potholes on those! The E40 motorway just stops near Rzeszow and we were staying near Lancut so the sat nav didn't know how to get us around properly. Some really good twisty roads though, when the surface was good.
Massive forests too.
Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:48
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Post #153
Nice photos Tom. Thumbs up

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:50
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Post #154
Loving all these 6 photos Roll eyes

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:50
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Post #155
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Loving all these 6 photos Roll eyes


OK Jeez LOL



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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:52
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Post #156
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Which turned into this



Stunning really makes me want a dimma look so good in black
Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 20:23
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Post #157
It's actually Astor Ninja

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:02
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Looks black on my phone lol either way looks great
Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:03
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It was black the 1st time I sprayed it lol

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:07
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Your Dimma looks the tits mate, can't wait to finish mine Sad
Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:10
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Post #161
tompaltridge wrote:
Entertaining! The A (type) roads were OK but the B roads and lanes were terrible! Shock Some proper wheel-breaker potholes on those! The E40 motorway just stops near Rzeszow and we were staying near Lancut so the sat nav didn't know how to get us around properly. Some really good twisty roads though, when the surface was good.
Massive forests too.


On some of the roads I actually scraped the underneath of the Volvo on the tarmac where it had risen up so high because of trucks. Our sat nav also had a fit and sent us to some village where the road quite literally ended abruptly. Then we couldn't find a way out of the village as all the roads seemed to just stop or turn into a farmers track with no warning, all at 2am and I was losing the head by this point. It was an experience and I vow never to go there again in anything other than a 4x4 LOL

edit: Back on topic, might dig out some pics of Auschwitz from last year.

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:14
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You should see the state of it now, it's an utter mess haha I really should pull my finger out.

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 22:44
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Post #164
ian7675 wrote:
tompaltridge wrote:
Entertaining! The A (type) roads were OK but the B roads and lanes were terrible! Shock Some proper wheel-breaker potholes on those! The E40 motorway just stops near Rzeszow and we were staying near Lancut so the sat nav didn't know how to get us around properly. Some really good twisty roads though, when the surface was good.
Massive forests too.


On some of the roads I actually scraped the underneath of the Volvo on the tarmac where it had risen up so high because of trucks. Our sat nav also had a fit and sent us to some village where the road quite literally ended abruptly. Then we couldn't find a way out of the village as all the roads seemed to just stop or turn into a farmers track with no warning, all at 2am and I was losing the head by this point. It was an experience and I vow never to go there again in anything other than a 4x4 LOL

edit: Back on topic, might dig out some pics of Auschwitz from last year.


LOL

And, if it isn't a morbid thing to say, pictures of Auschwitz would be good. Really need to visit, will probably try to next time I'm over that way. My brother went a few years ago and said it was horrific.
Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 23:04
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Post #165
Here are a few pictures of Auschwitz1, the more recognised camp where the train used to go into is a separate place which the Nazi's used when in full swing. This place was where most of the experiments, torture and executions were carried out. A lot of the places were prohibited from photographs being taken in them so a few we're sneaky shots. A lot of what the Nazi's did was just sick and beyond comprehension and one I find creepy above is in the gas chamber with the scratch marks on the walls from people that desperate to get out (4th picture down). I'm sure some would disagree with the existence of a place like this in today's modern world but its like a memorial to some and a reminder to others of why we fight in this world to make sure those types of regimes are stopped.












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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 08:03
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Post #166
Holy s**t, I'd hate to pay their gas bill! Shut up

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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 08:51
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Jimmy... LOL

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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 09:23
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Post #168
I don't know whether to laugh at that or (bearing in mind the reality) -be shocked!


I think it will be a sly smile for you there Jim!

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Post #169
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Holy s**t, I'd hate to pay their gas bill! Shut up
No No

Think these actually qualify as the mot random photos on my phone. LOL







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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 09:46
heliosphan

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Post #170
Christ. So they've still got all the old Zyklon B containers there then. A whole pile of them.
I assume the square holes in the ceiling weren't for Velux either.

Cheers for sharing Ian. Thumbs up
Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 11:06
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Post #171
Am I right in thinking they have all the human hair too?

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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 13:34
ian7675

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Post #173
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Am I right in thinking they have all the human hair too?


They took the hair off their heads and made overalls, clothing, blankets etc which are on display. That's quite chilling really.

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Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 14:17
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Post #174
I remember seeing a program 94 rooms) where these guy try and sell random items to these guys, anything from a wallet made from human skin to a boxing glove Mohammed Ali trained with. An artist made a model of Auschwitz out of the gold teeth from the Jews that were killed there.

One of the bidders offered to give him money for it on the agreement that he smashed it up. But the artist didnt take the offer.

edit* here we go.

http://www.luxurylaunches.com/decor/auschwitz_sculpture_rolexgate_with_diamondstudded_train_uses_gold_teeth_of_jews.php

Posted 20th Apr 2013 at 14:48
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Post #175
I saw that one.

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