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  • Re: historical photographs

    Originally posted by Arleitter View Post
    Nope.Joining them for drinks.
    BTW, how come they consume jugs after jug? I mean one can't consume water or say Rooh Afza above 2-3 glasses at a time.
    We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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    • Re: historical photographs

      Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
      BTW, how come they consume jugs after jug? I mean one can't consume water or say Rooh Afza above 2-3 glasses at a time.

      That is Beer.

      YOU ARE REMEMBERED FOR THE RULES YOU BREAK-Mc.ARTHUR.

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      • Re: historical photographs

        Originally posted by Arleitter View Post
        That is Beer.
        then what? hai to liquid na
        We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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        • Re: historical photographs

          Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
          then what? hai to liquid na
          I think they have Arleitter's stamina.

          YOU ARE REMEMBERED FOR THE RULES YOU BREAK-Mc.ARTHUR.

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          • Re: historical photographs

            Originally posted by Arleitter View Post
            I think they have Arleitter's stamina.
            keep trollig
            We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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            • Re: historical photographs

              Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
              keep trollig
              Rather keep `drinking'.

              YOU ARE REMEMBERED FOR THE RULES YOU BREAK-Mc.ARTHUR.

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              • Re: historical photographs

                Prohibition era, is a time period when liquor was banned in America

                Gangster like Al-Capone were into Liquor proliferation and smuggling
                the indian troll

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                • Re: historical photographs

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                  Colour restoration of a Circassian Warrior
                  Everyone knows "Jaws" was Chuck Norris's Goldfish, but not many folk know that "Godzilla" was Faris Udeen's pet Iguana.

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                    Manchu (Qing Dynasty) Archer, Boxer Rebellion

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ID:	15006797 Louis-Francois, Baron Lejuene's depiction of the fighting during the Second Siege of Sarragossa on this day in 1808. The Spanish defenders bravely endured a siege on the city of Sarragossa for several months. Eventually an explosion at one of the Convents used for storing ammunition fatally weakened the garrisons defence forcing the city to surrender. Cassualties for this siege would be among the most severe of the Napoleonic wars. The total deaths exceeding the figures for the casualties at the famous battle of Waterloo. Second only to Borodino in terms of total lives lost on both sides being in excess of over 50,000
                      Everyone knows "Jaws" was Chuck Norris's Goldfish, but not many folk know that "Godzilla" was Faris Udeen's pet Iguana.

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                      • The following pic is suggested as the ONLY pic where the best leader Quaid-e-Azam and the greatest poet/intellect Iqbal were seen together.

                        Its the roundtable conference, London, 1930. Iqbal passed away 8 years later.

                        We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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