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Re: Stonehenge Tunnel Decision
Nov 21, 2020, 23:50
nigelswift wrote:
Like June, I don't want to get into a forum argument about this. Also these days I'm like an aged trout that can't be bothered to rise.

It's a shame though, the biggest deal in TMA history can't be discussed.

The biggest deal in TMA history???? So you honestly, REALLY think, that what is happening at Stonehenge transcends what is happening EVERY day at thousands of over sites across the UK? Honestly? Really? You should get out more. Talk to REAL people. My god, I pity you.
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