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Mail bomb explodes at U.S. military installation in Korea
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Ken Kelley
Posted 8/30/2010 2:34 PM (#100105 - in reply to #100067)
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ROTHNH - 8/30/2010 1:53 PM

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I think your missing the point of the entire thread!




I didn't :) I just found it interesting that the "German" town was in Louisiana and not, say, Pennsylvania and that's it's more than likely the name is from the French.


There were a LOT of Germans in France some years ago as I dimly recall from my history lessons!
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Bob Cordell
Posted 8/30/2010 2:48 PM (#100110 - in reply to #99894)
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They left pretty quick didnt they?
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Posted 8/30/2010 2:50 PM (#100111 - in reply to #100105)
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Alphairon - 8/30/2010 3:34 PM

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Bob Cordell - 8/30/2010 1:38 PM
I think your missing the point of the entire thread!


I didn't :) I just found it interesting that the "German" town was in Louisiana and not, say, Pennsylvania and that's it's more than likely the name is from the French.


There were a LOT of Germans in France some years ago as I dimly recall from my history lessons!


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DonM
Posted 8/30/2010 2:53 PM (#100112 - in reply to #99894)
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Very Nice bomb!
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wescat
Posted 8/30/2010 8:35 PM (#100248 - in reply to #100016)
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ROTHNH - 8/30/2010 11:35 AM

Hot Stuff x - 8/30/2010 2:32 AM

Grosse Tete is German for "Big Boobs"


In the "for what it's worth" Dept.:

In Louisiana I'd think it was from the original French, not German?

Grosse Tete means "Big Head" in French. "Tetons," however, is slang in French for "Boobs."

You are correct sir !!! Gross Tete is French for "Fat Head", or "Big Head". Most folks around here are French Catholics. Good people too.
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wescat
Posted 8/30/2010 9:00 PM (#100258 - in reply to #99991)
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Voexum - 8/30/2010 9:48 AM

Nice Bomb Could you list what they are?


Sure.
Left to Right, in Les’s pic, they are;
(1) Sabor Cubano Grand Torpedo by La Tradición Cubana, purchased 3/11/09
(1) Sosa Pyramide #2 Natural, purchased 11/23/09
(1) Nording Robusto, purchased 9/21/09
(1) Ashton ESG 22 Year Salute, purchased 7/7/10
(1) Paul Garmirian Gourmet Maduro Toro, purchased 11/3/08
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kola
Posted 8/30/2010 11:37 PM (#100293 - in reply to #99894)
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Thanks for listing them ... the ESG is the only one I could figure out. That is a great bomb Kevin.

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