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What did you see ray, not the suffering the pore sods had before they were piled into lorries, treated in the most inhuman way in their homes and on the streets, made to lick pavements or scrub pavements with toothbrushes, every mother being called a hoar, thousands being shot in mass, being referred to as untermensch sub human, inferior. Thats just the tip pf the iceberg.
Going to visit a grave doesn't make you aware of someones suffering before they died.

Yes it's all there before your very eyes, even the most sacred part of the site the wall between two huts were the prisoners stood to be shot dead, in the thousands, the electrified wire fence where they threw themselves on to end the misery, the thousands upon thousands of shoes, spectacle's and human hair all there for you to see and realise what happened, then there are the hundreds of photographs on a long wall of the children and everybody who was gassed given by the families that survived after the war the gas chambers and hut where they were gassed .. Yes you can read a book or you can have the lump in your throat being there..

I don't intend in getting in to a pissing contest with you over this, so back off before you end up flouncing!.

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Just watching a shifty looking geezer in the library searching intently through the 'S' section of the dictionary, he's stopped now.

I think he's up to something. . .. . . ray......

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Yes it's all there before your very eyes, even the most sacred part of the site the wall between two huts were the prisoners stood to be shot dead, in the thousands, the electrified wire fence where they threw themselves on to end the misery, the thousands upon thousands of shoes, spectacle's and human hair all there for you to see and realise what happened, then there are the hundreds of photographs on a long wall of the children and everybody who was gassed given by the families that survived after the war the gas chambers and hut where they were gassed .. Yes you can read a book or you can have the lump in your throat being there..

I don't intend in getting in to a pissing contest with you over this, so back off before you end up flouncing!.

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How very nice, rudeness capped with your aggression is a sign of ignorance.

What you have just told me is what happened in the camp, read on and discover the way they were treated by the Nazis from 1920, and started in Ernest in 1933.
I'm in a fighting mood so don't tempt me, I am not a flouncer I don't have the dress.
https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/conte...tion-1933-1939

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How very nice, rudeness capped with your aggression is a sign of ignorance.

What you have just told me is what happened in the camp, read on and discover the way they were treated by the Nazis from 1920, and started in Ernest in 1933.
I'm in a fighting mood so don't tempt me, I am not a flounder I don't have the dress.
https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/conte...tion-1933-1939
I knew there was something fishy about you!.

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I knew there was something fishy about you!.
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Altered Kind of appropriate for you though, being a fisherman you recognised me.

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So are you going on are you drawing a line under it.. Get that

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I don´t want to get caught in your net, or get hooked on one subject, there are more things to read than atrocities.

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I don´t want to get caught in your net, or get hooked on one subject, there are more things to read than atrocities.

Yes instruction manuals, you might learn something.

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Yes instruction manuals, you might learn something.

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Instructions for what pray tell me young man? I know how to use the washing machine, tumble drier, sewing machine, a lathe, drill or mill,
the instructions for the car or Navajo I leave for Hans although I do read what he has found, whatever else should I know about?

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Well there you go you know everything respect..

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