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    The net nanny can be troublesome, I was reading about RS*'s youthful pursuits, and found them in Judges 15. And the power of the Lord (or Crown royal) was upon him, and taking up the Jawbone of an *** he (RS*) slew 1,000 Phil***tines. I do find this ***tounding. (should have been 2,000)
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    hahaa that's awesome, saving private doge

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR* View Post
    Excellent, RS* - I have never been that good at lateral thinking ! As regards the King James Bible - I suspect that both the politically correct "liberals" and the Bible-thumping "conservatives", both of whom should favour Net-nannying, would find the task of coming up with an entirely fit-for-purpose Bible Netnanny daunting. One suspects that a lot of innocuous material would be censored, while a fair share of the dirty stuff (especially in the Old Testament) would get through. On one hand, would the lady called "Abishag" survive the Inquisition ? On the other hand, there is Genesis 38, 8-10 -

    "8. And Judah said unto Onan [who had married his brother's widowed wife, Tamar], Go in unto thy brother's wife, and marry her, and raise up seed to thy brother.

    9. And Onan knew that the seed should not be his [i.e. under the current law, any resulting children would be regarded as his deceased brother's]; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.

    10. And the thing which he did displeased the Lord: wherefore he slew him (also).".
    Genesis ain't a patch on Leviticus for biblical porn, albeit a bit hard on lepers but useful advice for Onan and his former sister in law but now wife on how to clean up their act with ritual bathing after the spilling of the seed. Leviticus 15, 16-18.

    There was an Australian pump company called Onan. I found it highly amusing but, due to biblical ignorance among my countrymen, the joke was lost on everyone else.

    Parts are still available if one exhausts the Onan pump which, despite vigorous attempts, I never managed to do with mine. http://onanparts.com/index.php?main_...dex&cPath=1_31


    Quote Originally Posted by JR* View Post
    Actually, there is a fair deal of interesting stuff in this bit of Genesis about family relations, and sheep-shearers and sheep
    Popular tracts in New Zealand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    The net nanny can be troublesome, I was reading about RS*'s youthful pursuits, and found them in Judges 15. And the power of the Lord (or Crown royal) was upon him, and taking up the Jawbone of an *** he (RS*) slew 1,000 Phil***tines. I do find this ***tounding. (should have been 2,000)
    Well, in my distant youth I was certainly chasing *** but, alas, had more in common with Onan, but without the woman present or things would have turned out differently.
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    Possibly Australia's earliest war dog, more or less. A pet, but he was in combat and a POW who escaped, so he qualifies as a war dog.


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    Nelson, Newfoundland pet dog for the 1st Contingent to the Boer War, lying in front of a bell tent in the Transvaal, two horses in the left distance. His collar has RHA (Royal Horses Artillery) and insignia stamped on it. Nelson was taken with his owner, Private Arthur Edge, with the 1st Contingent in 1899. The Contingent left Port Adelaide for South Africa on 2 November 1889 returning to South Australia on 30 November 1900. On their return Nelson was quarantined from mid-December. In September 1901 Nelson was lent to the National Memorial Committee by Mr G J F Parsons touring the Northern Districts until mid-December 1900 to mid-June 1901. Nelson became the 1st Contingent's regimental mascot. Lance-Corporal W Rust, a member of the first South Australian Transvaal contingent, wrote: 'Nelson has been in the thickest of the fighting, and has also experienced the novelty of being a prisoner of war in the hands of the Boers. He was captured on 13 February, but on 5 March escaped. We were on the tramp when he returned. McWilliams, of the West Australians, and our Sergeant Laycock found him returning in the direction of Colesberg, and escorted him back to the company. Needless to relate, Nelson received an ovation from his 'comrades-in-arms'. We have learnt to love the noble animal, and his absence put a dampener on us all. Our company was offered 50 pounds for Nelson at De Aar, but as money would not buy him, the liberal offer was politely refused. The Colesberg people said the Boers held our pet as a great prize, and decorated him with the colors of the Orange Free State, but he discarded their old rag for the dear old Union Jack. He richly deserves a war medal after displaying such intense loyalty to England'.
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    Love Onan Parts and their interesting pumps. The erotic appliance industry might take a few tips. I particularly noted the helpful tip on their Homepage -

    "TRY OUR SEARCH TOOL !
    FIND YOUR PART FAST !"

    Might have been helpful to Onan and family I suppose ... JR.

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    Nice story about Nelson the war dog. Would, no doubt, have qualified for a You-Know-What Medal today ... JR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR* View Post
    Love Onan Parts and their interesting pumps. The erotic appliance industry might take a few tips. I particularly noted the helpful tip on their Homepage -

    "TRY OUR SEARCH TOOL !
    FIND YOUR PART FAST !"

    Might have been helpful to Onan and family I suppose ... JR.


    Seriously, and drifting even further off topic, my vague recollection from my distant superficial knowledge of Onan, the Bible, and related things is that his sin was not actually spilling his seed but that in doing so he transgressed some law by not taking up with his brother's wife in his brother's place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR* View Post
    Nice story about Nelson the war dog. Would, no doubt, have qualified for a You-Know-What Medal today ... JR.
    Or, erected in his memory, the Nelson Column.
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    The russians had dogs too they did some bombs on them and the dogs where trained too reach tanks so if the dog was by the tank they let the bombs explode with the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AikeUSA View Post
    The russians had dogs too they did some bombs on them and the dogs where trained too reach tanks so if the dog was by the tank they let the bombs explode with the dog.
    Actually the dog itself caused the charge to detonate by crawling under the tank...at least this was the Soviet's original plan.

    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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