• Try this- it worked for me once: "I cannot answer this question, as it is against my religious principles."
  • the answer is The Navel Battle d'Lint... really...
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      I'm afraid to ask about "Navel Jelly."
  • Aww, c'mon, anonymous.. Trafalgar! The Battle of Trafalgar! Admiral Nelson " England expects every man to do his duty." Nelson is killed! He earns his laurels. " Kiss me, Hardy." ( And Hardy did, too.) Britain rules the seas. French naval officers never called 'sir' again. Napolean definatly abandons all plans to invade England.
  • Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805. From then on the British Navy commanded the oceans and deployed troops to counter Napoleon everywhere he attempted to conquer. And that would be Napoleon's undoing against Wellington in 1812.
  • I know it wasn't the "Battle of the Bulge."

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