Re: The Rest of the Story!
- From: Bob-Nob <rpmachemer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 23 Jun 2006 14:36:54 -0400
Steve Robbins venit, vidit, et dixit:
Keith Willoughby wrote:
Pearly Soames <mr_soames@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
KeeponChooglin@xxxxxxxxx (Curly C) wrote...
My guess of Auscwitz dead is 70,000, mainly from typhus and other
I have a Frontline tape called "Memory of the camps" that would
change your mind, if it's changeable.
If there's one thing we know about Curly, it's that his mind is
changeable. It might help to find out who his father rooted for in
At the beginning or the end of the war?
There is a Google post where he said that he was tired of losing and was
going to start rooting for the Germans. This was right before D-Day.
This is the first time I have ever wanted the Germans to win. I
have been around Americans my whole life and they indeed are 100%
idiots and it would not be worth the price of the Americans and British
winning to have these idiot citizens spouting off for the next
I have been a regular over on the alt.fan.usa group for a year now
and I usually am considered the forum idiot. The first thing I was
crucified for was for wanting FDR to replace Henry Morgenthau Jr.
The latest is for wanting the Allies to take seven bridges near Arnhem,
not six in the upcoming invasion of occupied Europe. (I guess sox fans
didn't pay attention to WWI).
Anyway, this idiot has had enough. I know the Allies will never win
it all because they don't know about making war like the Germans do.
The sox fans and organization will never, never, never get it.
On the bright side, I am going to go work with my father, Rudolf Hoess,
while cheering on the same national army for the first time in 30 years.
Good luck with the typhus.
-Curly C, June 3, 1944
Catch you later.
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