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Langley
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Quote of the Day

I decided to make a quote of the day thread in order to let you guys know I'm around everyday if I can't play that day. I got my Xfire password back by the way.

"All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts"

Guess who said this without googling or nothing please.
And oh yeah, I found out what the VERY first target was on the D-Day invasion...ask me ingame if youre interested.

I cannot fathom that the Lord has blessed us with logic and rationality and have us forgo their use.

SAS_WIZ
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Easy...

Albert Einstein..

of course not..Freddie Mercury

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SAS_WIZ
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and the song was...

The Show must go on

3 minutes not bad eh

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Langley
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Maybe, but the one I'm thinking about said it more than a hundred years before him.

I cannot fathom that the Lord has blessed us with logic and rationality and have us forgo their use.

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all my reasoning skills and my current inability to cheat by using google would suggest: William Shakespeare?

And as far as military trivia is concerned, would you happen to know off the top of your head the current most popular rifle cartridge sold to military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters in the United States? (It's not that hard)

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Was it said by a king of England?

I'd say 5.56x45mm SS109 Smile

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mmm im gunna go wtih General Patton Question 8O

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My guess is defiantly also Shakespeare..

Langley
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I'd go with the 9mm Magazine. Its the most common police force weapon, a common side arm in todays military, and is also commonly sought after by personal collectors.

I cannot fathom that the Lord has blessed us with logic and rationality and have us forgo their use.

Langley
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Yeah, it was Shakespeare.

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle"

I cannot fathom that the Lord has blessed us with logic and rationality and have us forgo their use.

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Was that last quote Churchill??

Not sure, but anyways- the answer to my question was:

The .30 caliber 1906 model rifle cartridge... more commonly known as the .30-06 or "thirty-ought-six". Some good guesses though.

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Do they even still manufactor 30-06 like the M1 Grand fired !?

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Do they even still manufactor 30-06 like the M1 Grand fired !?

Most definitely...

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