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Conch shells this large are extremely rare now they can not be brought Into the UK
I snapped this up at the car boot sale Sunday. It wasn't cheap as these this size exchange hands for a lot of money these days especially, like this one, If they are In perfect condition with no chips.
If Britain were to somehow leave the EU and join the US how would we rank? The answer is that we’d be the 2nd-poorest state in the union, poorer than Missouri. Poorer than the much-maligned Kansas and Alabama. Poorer than any state other than Mississippi, and if you take out the south east we’d be poorer than that
What is this anyway? Our bank and “charge up the mobile telephone” page don't fit the screen. You know what I mean? The form comes up and we can scroll up & down alright but no scroll right or left. Naturally, the final box to tick off is positioned at the bottom right-hand corner …... but we can't reach it. What's the trick?
Afro-Americans are fond of referring to “honkey's” inability to get down to some serious moves on the dance floor >>>> “TIGHT ASS-ed”. But it occurred to me that it might not be true. I mean, “tight-assed” for sure - but as method. Dat be they style! Ain't be no lack of moves on them folks!
An astonishing career has come to an end. Britain never had anyone else of his versatility, he was a joy to watch when acting and the films he directed were superlatives the sheer scale of which would be difficult to repeat. There are so many aspects of Gandhi, for example, from the cast he gathered and the performances he brought out, the photography, it's an unparalleled film.
If there's a just reward to have gone to, Richard Attenborough just went to it. What a guy.
I've just been watching the highlights of the 7th meeting of the ITU World Series Triathlon, staged at Stockolm, Sweden !
I've always thought that the triathlon is a most remarkable sport, as is the decathlon and the pentathlon.................True athletes, all those taking part ! Well done to our Brownlee brothers coming in first and second in Stockholm, despite the rain.
I wonder if HT watched this sport ? ... [Read More]
Have you seen it on FB? Your local news?
People challenging others to dump a bucket of ice water on them to bring awareness to ALS.
So I ask myself; what is ALS?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout... [Read More]
I am curious to know what people of other nations know about Sweden and about Olaf Palme. He was murdered, you may know, and the “who done it” mystery has never been put to rest. I have a theory about it but that's not important. Olaf Palme meant everything to me. I miss him dearly.
If you know nothing or little about him (but are curious to know) then you might enjoy seeing this: