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    Rugby has better drinking songs........BIL was a fan....

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    Bang, bang, bang, bang, bang."

    Sung around a campfire. with spirit(s), gusto and abandon.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    Rugby has better drinking songs........BIL was a fan....

    http://www.odps.org/glossword/index.php?a=term&d=5&t=6
    Snip ....course

    "Rule Britannia, Marmalade and jam,
    Five Chinese crackers up your a$$ whole,
    Bang, bang, bang, bang, bang."

    Sung around a campfire. with spirit(s), gusto and abandon.......
    yes hahah there are a ton of drinking songs... obviously we do not use British ones here though.. we tend to dislike any other team opposed against us.
    But yeah Rugby over here is all about what you might call a barbecue (we call it a braai) and loads of drinking.
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    Rugby players drink? Who would have thunk it?
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    We just need some more wild real estate.





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    I know of a couple places in Vietnam if you really want to get lost.

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    We sure get some doozies around here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by reallygoingwild View Post
    What a smart mouth thanks for your reply bit not answers to question . Maybe ask my background first before u speak was a question for general discussion not for abuse
    I see some people are trying to help you but you simply did not understand. You should wait for people to ask you questions about yourself. A proper introduction of who you are, what you have been doing, what state of health you are in, your experience in living of the Grid, your expertise about survival, about living of the land, about carpentering, about agriculture, about hunting, about self healing, which plants to eat and which plants are medicine...

    And then you want to live in a place that does not belong to you...which I am very against, as the jungle is only where I visit and play...its not mine, its ours, but if you mistreat the jungle, then I would say its mine and will defend it....

    My advice, sell ya place, get a mobile home, and move along...
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Rugby players drink? Who would have thunk it?
    thunk? Can you clarify Crash, whether is similar to Crashduve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokwan View Post
    thunk? Can you clarify Crash, whether is similar to Crashduve?
    Crashduvet: a soft quilt filled with down, feathers, or a synthetic fiber, used instead of an upper sheet and blankets that had a bad accident.
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    Please send me one......hahahahaha
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    Because Crash is so soft and snuggly.
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    That's right. I'm just a .................... hey wait a minute!
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    hahahahahahahahahaha....looks like you got yourself in a spot there Dude...
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    Look at Crash's avatar, he is blushing!

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    Yep..thanks to Star.....tee hee hee
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    Quote Originally Posted by finallyME View Post
    I will give you a serious answer. Siberia.

    Even Northern Canada won't give you what you want. There might be some places in Africa that can accommodate, but I am not sure. Central Australia might, but it also might be owned by cattle ranchers.
    This is a good suggestion. Siberia still has people living in the woods. I wonder how OP is doing.

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    I have to agree with this....mile and miles or wilderness that have never been touched by humans.
    Don't know about their immigration laws.

    Back awhile when we were hitting the elk hunting pretty hard....recieved a subscription magazine when you bought a Colorado licence.

    The classifieds had all sorts of Packaged Hunts all over the world....
    Little rich for my blood, but the most reasonable hunts were in Siberia. ...were like 10K for 2 weeks,... guides, accommodations, transportation and airfare.
    Also was real estate for sale listing for land....in Siberia....Land for sale 100 sq miles....cheap.

    Kinda passed on that, as it was a ways to go to check out your hunting land , summer home, (is there summer in Siberia?) or BOL in the wilderness.

    Thought that crossed my mind is the next migration/lad grab,... like our wild west....ranches, lumber, mining.....
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    That is why whenever we get the "where should I go to ROTTW?" question...my answer is always Siberia. For one, it is a truthful answer. It is still a viable location to do that sort of thing. Another reason is that it shows how serious the asker is. If they aren't willing to even consider running off to Siberia, they aren't serious at all.
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    At least in Siberia the president gives you a head start.

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    Adds a whole new meaning to the "Run Off" part.
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