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    Active Member canuckroyal's Avatar
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    So I just popped in and caught up on all this Martin Scott drama. Very funny is all I can really say

    Cervens is a great forum and while it keeps me abreast of goings on in the French Army, it also provides comic relief at times.

    Happy holidays to everyone!

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    Re: Cern and M.Scott

    Ok... Pictures of passport deleted and thread closed. I'll refrain from making any further comments, it wouldn't be good for my blood pressure... :\
    Prends garde aux rapaces qui fondent du ciel

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