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The Chieftain's Random Musings Thread


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ket101 #5661 Posted Aug 22 2014 - 14:58

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I could get you a towel if you want to be dryer ...

tmaco #5662 Posted Aug 23 2014 - 07:45

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Small towns are all we have. Even the ones with 3or 4 million people are small compared to what the USA have. You are talking about head space?

Potoroo #5663 Posted Aug 24 2014 - 12:04

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View PostThe_Chieftain, on Aug 22 2014 - 16:58, said:

Apparently the RU lads kind of hiccoughed during translation of one of my videos. They are unsure how my describing using a cold war Western tank against "the evil commie hordes" would be received in the former Eastern bloc countries. At least they understood the comment was intended with humour. Speaking of, I'm still getting hate messages on YouTube about my "some small town in Australia" crack. I thought Aussies understood dry humour...?

 

Which video was that?  I just download them so I don't read the comments.



Redcoat #5664 Posted Aug 25 2014 - 17:02

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I wasn't sure where to post this, but I wanted to post a brief message to thank The Chieftain (and Victoria) for the meet'n'greet they hosted at The Canadian War Museum in Ottawa last weekend. There were some 250 WoT fans there, and Wargaming generously picked up our admission fees. I went alone but ran into some RL friends there, and of course met some new people too, including folks from Montreal, Kingston and New England. We were there some four hours or more, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. It was great to chat with The Chieftain face-to-face, and I came away well impressed with his encyclopedic knowledge of armoured vehicles! And he's a very approachable and generous personality; a terrific evangelist for Wargaming. All in all, it was a very positive experience and I'd highly recommend anyone in the neighbourhood of one of these events take advantage of the opportunity. 

 






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