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It's Wednesday..we need something cheery

By maecuff ·
Here's a heartwarming little story. I know it made ME feel good. I just want to pass a little bit of sunshine on to the rest of you..

http://www.discover.com/issues/sep-06/departments/20thingsdeath/

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Thanks Mae

by gadgetgirl In reply to It's Wednesday..we need s ...

Thanks a lot

Just what I needed.

Going back to the Tyne Bridge to jump off it....

:_|

GG

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It could always be worse..

by maecuff In reply to Thanks Mae

you could be a Zoroastrian.

See? You have to find the bright side.

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I'm calling...

by jck In reply to It could always be worse. ...

that Swedish company...I wanna be environmentally friendly. :)

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ah, but

by gadgetgirl In reply to It could always be worse. ...

I have always taken the blame for my own ruin....

GG

well, and blamed the gin, too, of course

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An extra one for the sailors

by neilb@uk In reply to Thanks Mae

It was a Royal Navy tradition that, when the corpse was wrapped in its sailcloth shroud, the last stitch was through the nose just to make sure that the sailor was really dead.

Happy Wednesday, guys...

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That's

by maecuff In reply to An extra one for the sail ...

the spirit! :)

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Hey GG

by jck In reply to Thanks Mae

Wait for me!!

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What's the weather like?

by neilb@uk In reply to Hey GG
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It's about like...

by jck In reply to What's the weather like?

London usually is...gray...dreary...rain...

Oh wait...I've never been to London...how is it there?

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It's

by neilb@uk In reply to It's about like...

not as sunny as it was this morning, around 22C and dry. Rain is expected tonight and also over the weekend. Autumn is early.

London isn't usually grey and dreary. Is it? OK so we get less sun than La but here's what we do get:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT003790

NHC is very interesting for the E Pacific as they have two hurricanes on parallel tracks.

Neil

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