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Bill
19 Mar 06,, 21:26
Please reset my custom title(one shot one kill) to the following:

Unus offa unus iuguolo

Thanx much. :)

Shipwreck
12 Aug 06,, 23:30
Please reset my custom title(one shot one kill) to the following:

Unus offa unus iuguolo

William,

I am afraid this is neither idiomatic nor grammatically correct.

Until some competent latin translator jumps in, may I suggest the following custom title as a temporary fix :

Unum plumbum, unum letum


PS : I also liked your old Dragunov image better than the current blurry pic, but hey it takes all sorts to make a world.

Bill
12 Aug 06,, 23:48
A latin translator page (http://www.tranexp.com:2000/InterTran?url=http%3A%2F%2F&type=text&text=one+shot+one+kill&from=eng&to=ltt) spit out the one i'm using now when i typed in: "One shot one kill."

It's no big deal really, i can't read latin anway. I was just trying to sound C-A-T, smarte. Heh...

The picture is one of me at work. Sorry about the bluriness, but the cameraman musta been feeling a little shaky because of our surroundings.
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/m21sniper/onthejob1a.jpg

The wuss. (Note financially depressed financee cleaning out his shiit in the background. :biggrin: )

Those are spring 2002 pix IIRC.

Shipwreck
12 Aug 06,, 23:56
How about this pic :

http://amcop.blogspot.com/Sniper%20kitten.jpg

Bill
13 Aug 06,, 00:01
LOL, that pic was my desktop wallpaper for over a year. :biggrin:

How bout this one....

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/m21sniper/billarmydevilE-4.jpg

Hehehehehe.

Shipwreck
13 Aug 06,, 00:06
http://www.lopare.net/zabava/slike/sniper.jpg

Bill
13 Aug 06,, 01:31
http://www.lopare.net/zabava/slike/sniper.jpg

LOL....that's a good one too, but i'm not too sure i'd like to be that closely identified with sheep. :tongue:

This one'll do. I don't mind being associated with greatness. ;)

Julie
13 Aug 06,, 15:31
LOL....that's a good one too, but i'm not too sure i'd like to be that closely identified with sheep. :tongue:Ha-ha....no, I'm not even going to touch that one. :biggrin:

Bill
13 Aug 06,, 17:43
Ha-ha....no, I'm not even going to touch that one. :biggrin:

:biggrin:

Actually Shipwreck i see you changed that kitten photo to one with a spliced in view through the reitcle.

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

PRICE-LESS. :biggrin:

Ray
13 Aug 06,, 21:19
Unum plumbum, unum letum

Latin or Urdu, it does sound a trifle unacceptable in polite society with ladies present! ;)

Read it carefully and you will know what I am meaning.

Not at all acceptable to a miltiary man! ;)

Bill
13 Aug 06,, 21:22
Unum plumbum, unum letum

Seems to translate to "One lead one death"
http://cdsjcl.f2g.net/translate.html

However if i input Unus Offa Unus Iuguolo into the same translator i got it from and ask for an english answer i get, "One Lump One To cut the throat"

Which i agree makes no sense. LOL. Guess i will switch to yours. Thanx anonymous fellow named after an inferior Russian weapons system. ;)

http://www.tranexp.com:2000/Translate/result.shtml

Shipwreck
13 Aug 06,, 22:07
Unum plumbum, unum letum

Seems to translate to "One lead one death"

Letum generally refers to a violent death.

Plumbum was the word used for the lead bullets used with slings in the Antiquity.

In some texts written during the late Middle Age, they seem to favor Plumbea for rifle bullets, but Plumbum and Letum makes a nicer rime.

That said, Latin has never been my cup of tea and I haven't had so many opportunities to practice in the last decades.



Thanx anonymous fellow named after an inferior Russian weapons system.

Underdogs have always been my soft spot. ;)

lemontree
14 Aug 06,, 05:51
Unum plumbum, unum letum

Latin or Urdu, it does sound a trifle unacceptable in polite society with ladies present! ;)

Read it carefully and you will know what I am meaning.

Not at all acceptable to a miltiary man! ;)
Sir,
You mean the "plum-bum" part of the quote :rolleyes: :biggrin:

Bill
14 Aug 06,, 06:24
I do have a plum bum.

LOL...the ladies love it. LOLOLOL.