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   MissScarlett has kibitzed 5840 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-22-17 Biographer Bistro
MissScarlett: <<Is anybody interested in trying out the new and improved SCID v4.4/(4.5) hybrid?>> How about a hybrid that doesn't require <Event> and <Site> strings to sort tournaments? <Event> and <EventDate> would be more logical and parsimonious.
   Aug-20-17 W Cooke vs J Evans, 1881
MissScarlett: <The way the Cooke crumbles>
   Aug-20-17 Capablanca vs Brock / Whitehead, 1910 (replies)
MissScarlett: Probably the <Stephen Brock> mentioned in chess columns of the <NSJ> in 1901 (as a simul opponent of Pillsbury) and 1911. When Capablanca returned to Lincoln in 1912, one of his twenty simul opponents is recorded by the <NSJ> of May 7th, p.7, as <Ray ...
   Aug-19-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
MissScarlett: <Hazz>, that's my problem, I'm too likeable. <Hazz>, are you backing Britain, too?
   Aug-19-17 Garry Kasparov (replies)
MissScarlett: <It makes me wonder why more Top GM's havn't asked Kasparov to train them> You don't choose Gazza; he chooses you.
   Aug-19-17 St. Louis Rapid & Blitz (Blitz) (2017) (replies)
MissScarlett: <HeMateMe: were today's games (Friday) 30 minute rapids, or have the five minute sessions begun?> Go back to sleep.
   Aug-19-17 David Navara
MissScarlett: <"Ah! By my word! there is something singular about you," said he: "you have the air of a little nonnette; quaint, quiet, grave, and simple, as you sit with your hands before you, and your eyes generally bent on the carpet...>
   Aug-18-17 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
MissScarlett: <it'll be done when it's done. I'll ring the bell when it's ready.> That would be fair comment, except for Harry Nelson Pillsbury By way of recompense, I suggest you reserve me a complimentary copy of your book.
   Aug-17-17 Pillsbury vs Marshall, 1904
MissScarlett: <The Franklin Mercantile CC is the second oldest CC in the USA. It is located at 2012 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA> The Franklin and Mercantile were separate chess clubs. I believe the Franklin club was founded in 1885, and the Mercantile (Library Chess Association) ...
   Aug-17-17 Kasparov vs Navara, 2017 (replies)
MissScarlett: David vs Goliath.
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  harrylime: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. I was told it was a great film so I expected more. It was a let down.>

It was a let down coz you're nearly 70 and are still clueless ...

You knob .

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  harrylime: <zanzibar: Beware voyagers - this is the land of the prematurely dead.>

Where you stick ya BIG DICK huh ?


I thought ZANZIBAR was in TANZANIA anyway ?

Do you wanna fook off there ?

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  OhioChessFan: What a sweet talker. You really are a hopeless romantic.
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  harrylime: <OhioChessFan: What a sweet talker. You really are a hopeless romantic.>

OH - HI - HO

I'm taking it you have ZERO input on this page apart from this ??!

lol lol

Geeeeeez ...

Thank heavens for all the great posters on this site ..

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  diceman: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. >

The only "boot" I've seen floating,
was in the Hudson river.

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  zanzibar: <HarryBerry> you're the pants, again!

Just remember though, the pants go on the bottom, with the brown patch in the back.

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  harrylime: <zanzibar: <HarryBerry> you're the pants, again! Just remember though, the pants go on the bottom, with the brown patch in the back.>


is a

Chocolate Bar in Indonesia.

An Island off the east coast of Africa part of Tanzania and was GERMAN EAST AFRICA.

A name for an island derived from the Persian <ZANG-BAR> ... meaning BLACK COAST.

After Vasco De Gama a jewel in the Portugeuese empire.

The Sultans swing ..

Or the username of some nobody on a chessforum .

lol lol lol

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  harrylime: <diceman: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. > The only "boot" I've seen floating,
was in the Hudson river.>

<Diceman> I thought you knew ?

<TECHNICAL DRAW> is actually so old he's mutated into a ghost on these pages ..

That boot in the Hudson you saw was the real <Technical Draw> ...

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  diceman: <OhioChessFan: Das Boot is a must see. I guess it's the German thing, but many people have not heard of it, much less seen it.>

Was on TV this weekend.
Looked like it was 4 or 5 hours long!
(Director's Cut)

("Gone With the Wind" on a boat)

Didnt have time to watch it.

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  MissScarlett: Problem with German war films is they always end up on the losing side.
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  harrylime: <MissScarlett: Problem with German war films is they always end up on the losing side.>

No they don't .

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  MissScarlett: OK, there's <Waterloo> with Rod Steiger, I grant you.
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  harrylime: That was the PRUSSIANS ..
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  harrylime: Fn ELL !


There's more life in Russ Abbots' Chrissy panto than this place lol lol lol

Geeeez ! lol lol lol

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  MissScarlett: Germans didn't just materialise in 1870!
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Good point. I believe this history video does a good job of explaining how and when the Germans actually did materialize:

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  harrylime: <MissScarlett: Germans didn't just materialise in 1870!>


Who said they did ??

You mentioned WATERLOO ...

That was in 1815 ... The PRUSSIANS were there ... in 1815 ..

The Germans were not.

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  MissScarlett: The Prussians were Germans. What part of set theory don't you get? Point being, Germans can only win wars when us Brits are on their side, which, until the rather unfortunate experience of the 20th century, we usually were.
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Are you suggesting the Russians were really Ermans?


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  harrylime: PRUSSIANS are NOT GERMANS !

End of lol lol

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  Jonny Havoc: Prussians really are not Germans as we see Germans now ..

Sure Teutonic , but Prussia was most of modern day Poland and Konigsburg ... ect ect ..

If I travel to say Gdansk today and say I'm a Prussian .. what do you think will happen ?

Germany as we know it is a very recent creation .. Thank Bismark for that lol lol

The Germany we know splat out of Europe like the Alien out of John Hurts' ( a Derby fan !) chest in ALIEN.... creating two WORLD WARS ...

Prussia IS NOT GERMANY ...

lol lol lol

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  Jonny Havoc: LSF !

Kasabian - L.S.F

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  harrylime: Yo <Scazzo> am I the only one using your forum in here ? Including your good self?! lol

I've just removed some tumble weed from my ankles.. it got pretty entwined there for a minute or so .. but all good now Chick !

Your Froomey has the Yellow jersey again but it's looking tight! I will be watching the final day when they ride into Paris.. for once it may still be competitive by then ...

Watched a cool movie last nite .. Here's a link to it .. you won't like it .. it's colour, made last year , and is French ...

Divines | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Regarding my posts in this place.. letz just say I'd put myself on "ignore" lol lol ... I can be such an arse ...

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  MissScarlett: <Hazz>, I don't really watch foreign films; at least, the ones where you need subtitles to understand what's going on. Can't deny the Germans make the odd good film - <Downfall> and <The Lives of Others>.
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  harrylime: Yo <Scazzo>

I was a bit harsh on Froome the other day in the cafe in this place ..

It's just bantz hope you know this !

combined with a few JD and cokes lol lol

Froome is a genuine sports great .. no doubt about it ... His achievements in Le Tour are historic ..

No doubt about that either...

Ok ?

Just bantz chuck ..


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