aka Vidyaország, KR Developer
- Feb 16, 2008
Ow man awesome Vulcan video there, much better than any french designs.
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Indeed, the Charles de Gualle and the Clemenceau both spring to mindYes, history does speak for itself, considering how British designs compared to French designs......
At the moment I'm only refering to ww2 capital ship designs. But anyways, type 22 and French built flying fishes equals?Indeed, the Charles de Gualle and the Clemenceau both spring to mind
Well, should I write a different Trafalgar in response of this?But in all seriousness, I do recognize the French ability to build beautiful ships. I believe it was Captain Chase in Sharpe's Trafalgar who claimed, "French ships are like French women - well made but hopelessly manned."
Real men use sledgehammers, acetylene lamps and then a woodchipper, not fancy longbows with plume-decorated arrows. And then they probably grow grapes over the bloody pulp of their enemies to make a special vintage commemorating their tragic passing away.Real Men use high explosives.
I laugh at you for your fencing sabre and long bow both offer less fast and deep penetrations than my spear. (Not to mention what I use is both longer and thicker than what you use)Hurrah for the RAF! Hurrah for Britain! Hurrah for laughing at the French even when they are our allies!
As the most manly Frenchman in history barely rates a "Danny La Rue" on the international manliness scale that's not a proud boast. It's much like being a tall midget; only an achievement relative to the abysmally low standards of one's unimpressive peers.Currently feeling manlier than ever.
The line of American production ought not be there, since in TTL such is clearly not the case, even if one includes the trade agreement and American defectors.But our new production already, as I am advised, largely exceeds his, and the American production is only just beginning to flow in. It is a fact, as I see from my daily returns, that our bomber and fighter strength now, after all this fighting, are larger than they have ever been.