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Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:49 pm
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Wow, I had no idea Prince Philip is a god, that explains how he's lived so long I guess.

John Frum's brother they say.

I prefer this peaceful cult to that backwards cannibalistic hate cult at that other site...
The prince is a native islander who arose from the local volcano and took the form of a white man to marry the queen and conquer the white man's world for Vanuatu. When he dies he shall return to the volcano and bring with him the riches of the Western world.
You mean like spam, powdered eggs, and toilet paper? :drink:

These natives would definitely make better hockey-talk posters than the ones at that other site.

Hmmm... John Frum is Queen Elizabeth's brother-in-law. I did not know that.
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Strangelove wrote:
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Vanuatu was a real adventure in those days. I went to a bunch of south pacific island banana republics in the early 90s...loved Fiji and Tonga the most
Didn't you go back to Fiji for a long visit a coupla years ago Wiz?
When i go back to enzed to see the rellies i always take a stopover in Fiji islands. The yasawa group is paradise on earth. I snag my grass right off the plane in Nandi off dude who runs the hostel there then take the boat the next day to my favorite place on earth...nanuya-lailai. It was the home beach island from The Blue Lagoon
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The Brown Wizard wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:17 pm
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Mon May 18, 2020 6:39 pm
The Brown Wizard wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:34 pm
Vanuatu was a real adventure in those days. I went to a bunch of south pacific island banana republics in the early 90s...loved Fiji and Tonga the most
Didn't you go back to Fiji for a long visit a coupla years ago Wiz?
When i go back to enzed to see the rellies i always take a stopover in Fiji islands. The yasawa group is paradise on earth. I snag my grass right off the plane in Nandi off dude who runs the hostel there then take the boat the next day to my favorite place on earth...nanuya-lailai. It was the home beach island from The Blue Lagoon
Very cool Wiz.
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Now I'm not really one to push my religious beliefs on others, but as a Branch Philipian it's kind of my duty to spread the good word in a understated sort of way.

There's no pressure to convert of course, but if you can spare a few minutes perhaps read these precious pearls of wisdom from our holiest book, the good Prince's Book Of Quotations ;)

When a man opens a car door for his wife, it's either a new car or a new wife.

On marriage, as quoted in "48 of Prince Philip's greatest gaffes and funny moments", The Telegraph (2 August 2017)
It looks like a tart's bedroom.

On seeing plans for the Duke and Duchess of York's house at Sunninghill Park, as quoted in "48 of Prince Philip's greatest gaffes and funny moments", The Telegraph (2 August 2017)

Oh, what, a strip club?

Response to Elizabeth Rendle, a 24-year-old, who, when introduced to the prince, said that she worked as a barmaid in a nightclub, as quoted in "Prince Philip in strip club gaffe" (12 March 2010), Yahoo! News

Constitutionally I don't exist.

As quoted in "Royal wedding: Should the royals have real jobs?", BBC News (27 January 2011)

There is nothing like it for morale to be reminded that the years are passing—ever more quickly—and that bits are dropping off the ancient frame. But it is nice to be remembered at all.

Said in a letter to The Oldie magazine after being voted "Consort of the Year", as quoted in "Prince Philip voted 'Consort of the Year'", BBC News (11 February 2011)

Is it made with Liffey water?

Said about a pint Guinness at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, as quoted in "‘Is it made with Liffey water?’ Philip enquires of Guinness" in Irish Independent (18 May 2011)

Have you run over anybody?

Said to the Mayor of Waltham Forest who uses a mobility scooter, as quoted in "Duke of Edinburgh has fun with mobility scooter jokes on London visit", Metro (29 March 2012)

You have mosquitoes. I have the Press.

In a 1966 conversation with the matron of a hospital while on a tour of the Caribbean as quoted in The Reality of Monarchy (1970) by Andrew Duncan
British women can't cook.

Statement of 1966, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

The man who invented the red carpet needed his head examined.

About to disembark on state visit to Brazil (November 1968), as quoted in The Reality of Monarchy (1970) by Andrew
Duncan

It seems to me that it's the best way of wasting money that I know of. I don't think investments on the moon pay a very high dividend.On the U.S. Apollo program, press conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil (November 1968) as quoted in The Reality of Monarchy (1970) by Andrew Duncan

Education, journalism, technology, entertainment and business may also find better methods for their purpose than books and writing. But this does not mean that tapes and films have made books obsolescent—the contention is almost too ludicrous to be taken seriously. Books are certainly old fashioned, but only people with a very limited perception are silly enough to condemn ideas because of their age. It is, of course, equally silly to condemn the new fangled simply because it is strange, and I am full of admiration for the technologists who have developed all sorts of gadgets for the purpose of improving communications. However, I believe that all these fascinating machines are complementary to, and not substitutes for, books and the printed word.

Do Books Matter? (ed. Brian Baumfield), ISBN 0705700143, p. 15 (1973)

The Environmental Revolution: Speeches on Conservation, 1962–77 (1978)
For conservation to be successful it is necessary to take into consideration that it is a characteristic of man that he can only be relied upon to do anything consistently which is in his own interest. He may have occasional fits of conscience and moral rectitude but otherwise his actions are governed by self-interest. It follows then that whatever the moral reasons for conservation it will only be achieved by the inducement of profit or pleasure.

World Wildlife Fund: British National Appeal Banquet, London (1962)

Why then be concerned about the conservation of wildlife when for all practical purposes we would be much better off if humans and their domestic animals and pets were the only living creatures on the face of the earth? There is no obvious and demolishing answer to this rather doubtful logic although in practice the destruction of all wild animals would certainly bring devastating changes to our existence on this planet as we know it today...The trouble is that everything in nature is completely interdependent. Tinker with one part of it and the repercussions ripple out in all directions... Wildlife — and that includes everything from microbes to blue whales and from a fungus to a redwood tree — has been so much part of life on the earth that we are inclined to take its continued existence for granted...Yet the wildlife of the world is disappearing, not because of a malicious and deliberate policy of slaughter and extermination, but simply because of a general and widespread ignorance and neglect.

World Wildlife Fund Dinner, York, (1969)

The sheer weight of numbers of the human population, our habitations, our machinery and our ruthless exploitation of the living and organic resources of the earth; together these are changing our whole environment. This is what we call progress and much of this development is naturally to the direct and welcome benefit of mankind. However, we cannot at the same time ignore the awkward consequences and the most direct and menacing, but not the only consequence of this change, is pollution... Pollution is a direct outcome of man's ruthless exploitation of the earth's resources. Experience shows that the growth of successful organic populations is eventually balanced by the destruction of its own habitat. The vast man-made deserts show that the human population started this process long ago. There are two important differences today. In the first place the process has gone from a walking pace to a breakneck gallop. Secondly we know exactly what is happening. If not exactly in all cases, we know enough to appreciate what is happening and the need to take care... Pollution is no longer a matter of local incidents, today it has the whole biosphere in its grip. The processes which devastated the Welsh valleys a hundred years ago are now at work, over, on and under the earth and the oceans. Even if we bury all this waste underground there still remains the risk that toxic materials through chemical reactions will be washed out and into underground water courses. If ever there was an area of research more closely related to human welfare it is the problem of the safe disposal of waste and effluents... The fact is that we have got to make a choice between human prosperity on the one hand and the total well-being of the planet Earth on the other. Even then it is hardly a choice because if we only look for human prosperity we shall certainly destroy by pollution the earth and the human population which has existed on it for millions of years... If the world pollution situation is not critical at the moment it is as certain as anything can be that the situation will become increasingly intolerable within a very short time. The situation can be controlled and even reversed but it demands co-operation on a scale and intensity beyond anything achieved so far...I realise that there are any number of vital causes to be fought for, I sympathise with people who work up a passionate concern about the all too many examples of inhumanity, injustice, and unfairness, but behind all this hangs a really deadly cloud. Still largely unnoticed and unrecognised, the process of destroying our natural environment is gathering speed and momentum. If we fail to cope with this challenge, all the other problems will pale into insignificance.

Edinburgh University Union (1969)

If we are to exercise our responsibilities so that all life can continue on earth, they must have a moral and philosophical basis. Simple self-interest, economic profit and absolute materialism are no longer enough... It has been made perfectly clear that a concern for any part of life on this planet — human, plant or animal, wild or tame — is a concern for all life. A threat to any part of the environment is a threat to the whole environment, but we must have a basis of assessment of these threats, not so that we can establish a priority of fears, but so that we can make a positive contribution to improvement and ultimate survival.

It is frequently more rewarding merely to ask pertinent questions. It may get someone to go and look for an answer. If you get a silly answer, which can easily happen, you can return to the charge with even more telling effect. Whatever happens, don't give up and don't despair. Results may not be immediately apparent, but you may have touched a receptive chord without knowing it. Even the most unsympathetic and unenlightened politician, industrialist or bureaucrat begins to take notice when a lot of people write about the same subject.
It is an old cliche to say that the future is in the hands of the young. This is no longer true. The quality of life to be enjoyed or the existence to be survived by our children and future generations is in our hands now.

The World Wildlife Fund Congress, London, (1970)

A new criterion has been added, the conservation of the environment so that in the long run life, including human life, can continue. This new consideration must be taken into account at all levels and in all departments of government and in the boardrooms of every industrial enterprise. It is no longer sufficient simply to quantify the elements of existence as in old-fashioned material economics; conservation means taking notice of the quality of existence as well... The problem is of course to give some value to that quality and perhaps the only way to do this is to try and work out the cost in terms of loss of amenities, loss of holiday and recreation facilities, loss of property values, loss of contact with nature, loss of health standards and loss of food resources, if proper conservation methods are not used. Looked at in that light it may well turn out that money spent on proper pollution control, urban and rural planning and the control of exploitation of wild stocks of plants or animals on land and in the sea, is the less expensive alternative in the long run... The conservation of nature, the proper care for the human environment and a general concern for the long-term future of the whole of our planet are absolutely vital if future generations are to have a chance to enjoy their existence on this earth.

The Australian Conservation Foundation, Canberra (April 1970)

Everybody was saying we must have more leisure. Now they are complaining they are unemployed.
In 1981, in reference to an economic recession, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

If it has four legs and is not a chair, has wings and is not an aeroplane, or swims and is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.

1986 statement as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed.
Said to a group of British students in China in 1986, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist... I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.

Foreword to If I Were an Animal (1987) by Fleur Cowles ISBN 9780688061500

People usually say that after a fire it is water damage that is the worst. We are still trying to dry out Windsor Castle.
Said on a visit to Lockerbie in 1993 to a man who lived in a road where eleven people had been killed by wreckage from the Pan Am jumbo jet, as quoted in "Prince Philip's gaffes", BBC News (10 August 1999)

You can't have been here that long—you haven't got a pot belly.
Said to a Briton in Budapest, Hungary in 1993, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

Aren't most of you descended from pirates?

Said in 1994 to an inhabitant of the Cayman Islands as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?

Said in relation to the proposal to ban firearms in the UK following the Dunblane shooting, as quoted in "48 of Prince Philip's greatest gaffes and funny moments", The Telegraph (2 August 2017)

Deaf? If you are near there, no wonder you are deaf.

On a visit to the new National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff, said to a group of deaf children standing next to a Jamaican steel drum band, as quoted in "Deaf insulted by duke's remark", BBC News (27 May 1999)

You are a woman, aren't you?

After accepting a gift from a Kenyan woman, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes" BBC News (1 March 2002)

How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?

Asked of a driving instructor in Scotland, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

You managed not to get eaten then?

Said to a British student in Papua New Guinea, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes" BBC News (1 March 2002)

Do you still throw spears at each other?

Said in 2002 to an Indigenous Australian businessman, as quoted in "Prince Philip's spear 'gaffe'", BBC News (1 March 2002)

Do you know they're now producing eating dogs for the anorexics?

Said to a blind, wheelchair-bound woman who was accompanied by her guide dog, as quoted in "Philip tells blind woman:
'They've got eating dogs for anorexics'" in The Telegraph (3 May 2002)

Ah good, there's so many over there you feel they breed them just to put in orphanages.

Said while presenting a Duke of Edinburgh Award to a student. When informed that the young man was going to help out in Romania for six months, he asked if the student was going to help the Romanian orphans and was told that he was not, as quoted in "Duke under fire for Romanian orphans 'joke'" in The Scotsman (8 July 2006)

Can you tell the difference between them?

Said to United States President Barack Obama after being told that Obama had met with the Chinese and Russian ambassadors along with David Cameron, "Prince Philip makes a faux pas" at Youtube (1 April 2009)

Well, you'll never fly in it, you're too fat to be an astronaut.

Said at the University of Salford to a 13-year-old aspiring astronaut, who was wishing to fly the NOVA rocket, as quoted in "Gift of the gaffe: Prince Philip’s top ten embarrassing moments" in The Daily Mirror (14 December 2009)

It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.

Of a fuse box, whilst on a tour of a factory in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1999, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)

You look like you’re ready for bed!

Said in 2003 to President of Nigeria, who was in national dress, as quoted in "Prince Philip quotes: Relive 65 classic gaffes as Duke of Edinburgh celebrates 65th wedding anniversary"

Are you all one family?

Said to multi-racial dance troupe Diversity at the 2009 Royal Variety Performance, as quoted in " Prince Philip asks Diversity, 'Are you all one family?'" in The Mirror (20 December 2009)

Just take the f___ing picture.

Said during an official photo shoot of the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain in 2015.
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Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:59 pm
Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:49 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:32 pm
Wow, I had no idea Prince Philip is a god, that explains how he's lived so long I guess.

John Frum's brother they say.

I prefer this peaceful cult to that backwards cannibalistic hate cult at that other site...
The prince is a native islander who arose from the local volcano and took the form of a white man to marry the queen and conquer the white man's world for Vanuatu. When he dies he shall return to the volcano and bring with him the riches of the Western world.
You mean like spam, powdered eggs, and toilet paper? :drink:

These natives would definitely make better hockey-talk posters than the ones at that other site.

Hmmm... John Frum is Queen Elizabeth's brother-in-law. I did not know that.
I did try to convert a few of them over to the prince's flock but to no avail.

Tried fairly hard with Bad Goalie and M2B but, no luck :(
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Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:22 pm
Now I'm not really one to push my religious beliefs on others, but as a Branch Philipian it's kind of my duty to spread the good word in a understated sort of way.

There's no pressure to convert of course, but if you can spare a few minutes perhaps read these precious pearls of wisdom from our holiest book, the good Prince's Book Of Quotations ;)


If it has four legs and is not a chair, has wings and is not an aeroplane, or swims and is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.

1986 statement
:wow:

He is a god!

You mean to tell me the Beatles went all the way to India to see that Maharishi Dude

... when they had this guy sitting in their own back yard all the while?? :eh:


It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.

Of a fuse box, whilst on a tour of a factory in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1999, as quoted in "Long line of princely gaffes", BBC News (1 March 2002)
Yeah, obviously Phil was none too happy about dat dere Beatles' snub. :drink:
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Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:39 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:59 pm
Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:49 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:32 pm
Wow, I had no idea Prince Philip is a god, that explains how he's lived so long I guess.

John Frum's brother they say.

I prefer this peaceful cult to that backwards cannibalistic hate cult at that other site...
The prince is a native islander who arose from the local volcano and took the form of a white man to marry the queen and conquer the white man's world for Vanuatu. When he dies he shall return to the volcano and bring with him the riches of the Western world.
You mean like spam, powdered eggs, and toilet paper? :drink:

These natives would definitely make better hockey-talk posters than the ones at that other site.

Hmmm... John Frum is Queen Elizabeth's brother-in-law. I did not know that.
I did try to convert a few of them over to the prince's flock but to no avail.

Tried fairly hard with Bad Goalie and M2B but, no luck :(
So Pauser is living in Vanuatu now? :drink:
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:lol:

Philip is fucking hilarious.
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Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:49 pm
Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:39 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:59 pm
Megaterio Llamas wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:49 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 6:32 pm
Wow, I had no idea Prince Philip is a god, that explains how he's lived so long I guess.

John Frum's brother they say.

I prefer this peaceful cult to that backwards cannibalistic hate cult at that other site...
The prince is a native islander who arose from the local volcano and took the form of a white man to marry the queen and conquer the white man's world for Vanuatu. When he dies he shall return to the volcano and bring with him the riches of the Western world.
You mean like spam, powdered eggs, and toilet paper? :drink:

These natives would definitely make better hockey-talk posters than the ones at that other site.

Hmmm... John Frum is Queen Elizabeth's brother-in-law. I did not know that.
I did try to convert a few of them over to the prince's flock but to no avail.

Tried fairly hard with Bad Goalie and M2B but, no luck :(
So Pauser is living in Vanuatu now? :drink:
There was a couple of these Vanuatan island villages back then that used giant sea bird eggs for currency and trading chips. I didnt know what then living fuck i had stumbled upon. Cave men with loinclothes swapping eggs for coffee, beer, kava(barfy root water that got you baked but not stoned....instantly burned out)...what a trip out that was
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Yeas the Beatles went astray, but perhaps it isn't too late for Paul and Ringo to return to the flock. Ringo especially, he never strayed far from the good Prince's teachings.

As for Pauser, we can only hope his pilgrimage to the holy volcano can put him on the correct path. I have done what I can.
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The Brown Wizard wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:58 pm
There was a couple of these Vanuatan island villages back then that used giant sea bird eggs for currency and trading chips. I didnt know what then living fuck i had stumbled upon. Cave men with loinclothes swapping eggs for coffee, beer, kava(barfy root water that got you baked but not stoned....instantly burned out)...what a trip out that was
It sounds like paradise to me Wizard.
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The Brown Wizard wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:58 pm
Strangelove wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 7:49 pm
So Pauser is living in Vanuatu now? :drink:
There was a couple of these Vanuatan island villages back then that used giant sea bird eggs for currency and trading chips. I didnt know what the living fuck i had stumbled upon. Cave men with loinclothes swapping eggs for coffee, beer, kava(barfy root water that got you baked but not stoned....instantly burned out)...what a trip out that was
No way, why that's perfect for Pauser!

True story: He used to wear a loincloth around the streets of Vancouver trying to deal seabird eggs!

Everyone looked at him like he was quite mad. :(

But hey he's home now, I hope he managed to build a decent hut, and not too too close to the volcano...
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https://hfboards.mandatory.com/posts/172133793/

“This disregards the homework actually put forth by many posters”

They are still doing homework during the COVID. I wonder if they are still vetting their sources. :lol:
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Doyle Hargraves wrote:
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https://hfboards.mandatory.com/posts/172133793/

“This disregards the homework actually put forth by many posters”

They are still doing homework during the COVID. I wonder if they are still vetting their sources. :lol:
Looks like they let pauser back in, weird he’s not a canuck fan. Any time I hear that homework line I laugh my ass off, what a fucking idiot.

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Richardstroker69 wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 8:22 am
Doyle Hargraves wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 7:59 am
https://hfboards.mandatory.com/posts/172133793/

“This disregards the homework actually put forth by many posters”

They are still doing homework during the COVID. I wonder if they are still vetting their sources. :lol:
Looks like they let pauser back in, weird he’s not a canuck fan. Any time I hear that homework line I laugh my ass off, what a fucking idiot.
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