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  #1988098 4-Apr-2018 10:56
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Spaghetti Bolognese! smile





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  #1988105 4-Apr-2018 11:05
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I was recently at parliament and there was a small protest outside. They were protesting against Indonesia in relation to Western Papua.

 

One protester had sign that read "Down with this sort of thing".

 

I coudn't decide if it was a joke or the person simply went to a lot of protests and got sick of making specific signs for each protest.





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  #1988133 4-Apr-2018 11:47
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Tinkerisk:

Spaghetti Bolognese! smile



Non sequitur - Spag Bol can’t ‘make you smile’ because to suck up strands of spag you have to purse your lips like a cat’s rear and that’s not a smile expression. 😀




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  #1988289 4-Apr-2018 16:40
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eracode:
Tinkerisk:

 

Spaghetti Bolognese! smile

 



Non sequitur - Spag Bol can’t ‘make you smile’ because to suck up strands of spag you have to purse your lips like a cat’s rear and that’s not a smile expression. 😀

 

Use spoon and fork instead. cool





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  #1992060 9-Apr-2018 14:45
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Being able to drive again after a very long time. My new little car is easy to drive and to get out and about certainly makes me smile.





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  #1992536 10-Apr-2018 09:29
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MikeAqua:

 

I was recently at parliament and there was a small protest outside. They were protesting against Indonesia in relation to Western Papua.

 

One protester had sign that read "Down with this sort of thing".

 

I coudn't decide if it was a joke or the person simply went to a lot of protests and got sick of making specific signs for each protest.

 

 

Father Ted fan?

 

 


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  #1993072 11-Apr-2018 07:31
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intel NUC8i7HVK smile





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  #1994086 11-Apr-2018 09:21
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Lizard1977:

 

MikeAqua:

 

I was recently at parliament and there was a small protest outside. They were protesting against Indonesia in relation to Western Papua.

 

One protester had sign that read "Down with this sort of thing".

 

I coudn't decide if it was a joke or the person simply went to a lot of protests and got sick of making specific signs for each protest.

 

 

Father Ted fan?

 

 

That would be an ecumenical matter...


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  #1996259 15-Apr-2018 07:51
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Not really small, but:

 

Waking up to a "normal" morning and NOT a nuclear winter!


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  #1998129 17-Apr-2018 21:39
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Putting my daughter who is 6 and in the lowest 4% for height and weight in a 25m adult pool for the first time and watching her swim 12 lengths!

 

There were about 9 swimming pool instructors watching and videoing it. We pulled her out after 12 so we could get some dinner, she might still be there otherwise! :) 

 

 


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  #1998130 17-Apr-2018 21:39
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Discovering the combination of Blue Cheese and Honey! Wow. 

 

 


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  #1998237 18-Apr-2018 05:41
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networkn:

 

Discovering the combination of Blue Cheese and Honey! Wow.

 

 

Goat Cheese and fig jam or honey ... wink





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  #1998458 18-Apr-2018 11:29
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Waking up to frozen landscape of snow or severe frost with ice crystals everywhere.


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  #1998470 18-Apr-2018 11:54
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A Manual RWD Straight Six Coupe.


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  #1999549 19-Apr-2018 21:11
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The microchip. I am old enough to remember electronics before ICs when valves ruled. Yet here I am enjoying my laptop and Chromecast and Kodi and other really neat gadgets that modern electronics make possible and people younger than me take entirely for granted, and they don't even cost that much. In the 1960s all this would have been an impossible dream. Yet I have access to more magic than Harry Potter. Right now I am typing on a notebook with more computing power than all the anonymous women in history who did table calculations while listening with one ear to a programme streaming seamlessly from another part of the world. What a wonderful time we live in!

 

 





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