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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by imported_Mr. Sly, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. I love how even though it is thanksgiving we SP players still have 20 or more people viewing our boards.
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    We are a dedicated lot. *nods*
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Well, many of us europeans play Siege as well... [​IMG]
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    *chuckles* Point!
  5. pikon198

    pikon198 Guest

    true i wished a few people happy thanksgiving, and they said thanks, but in the europe we dont have a turkey day lol.
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What!?! No turkeys in Europe? That is hard to believe.
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Me mum was just telling me about the outbreak of bird flu they have right now over in england so no turkey for my sister n family. My retort to my mother was "at least they can still have ham" to which she replied "no they have hoof and mouth too"! [​IMG] Guess it's gonna be tofurky all around.
    On a side note I just opened the bag suposedly containing the gibletts and all I found was the neck....Damnit I wants me entrails!!!

  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    That is just so wrong. *shakes head*
  9. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Don't know which part you were replying to. The lack of entrails to make proper gravy, the tofurky or the health hazards of british meat.

    "LONDON: Poultry were being slaughtered at another British farm after a suspected outbreak of bird flu, the government said Wednesday.

    The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said the site was within a surveillance zone set up after the disease was confirmed on a nearby farm earlier this month.

    Two outbreaks of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu have been confirmed in eastern England, and thousands of turkeys, ducks and geese have been killed as a precaution.

    Bird flu's return to Britain — weeks before the Christmas holidays — has been another blow to Britain's farmers, already struggling after livestock herds were hit earlier this year by foot-and-mouth and bluetongue diseases.

    Millions of birds worldwide have died or been slaughtered since late 2003, when H5N1 began ravaging Asian poultry stocks. It has killed at least 206 people worldwide since 2003.
    Experts believe most victims were probably infected through direct contact with sick birds.

    Bird flu is difficult for humans to catch, but experts fear it could mutate into a form that spreads easily among people, potentially sparking a flu pandemic."
    The Associated Press
    Published: November 21, 2007
    Yet another thing we have to be thankful for.
  10. Guest

    Guest Guest

    All of the above.
  11. Sayonara

    Sayonara Guest

    Is there ane thurkeys in game? I saw just skylarks [​IMG]