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Master Geek

Reply # 96079 20-Nov-2007 13:03

I think he is confused about what is food!!!
But at least he knows a good toy when he sees one

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Reply # 96107 20-Nov-2007 18:17
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Southland / Otago..  lol  well all I know is I had good times down south.  Bah, was always terrible at geology.
Just dont let it freeze you down there (as I once saw rocks freeze over infront of my eyes in mid winter when walking around Queenstown one year).


But then again it is not exactly winter anymore, or so we would like to beleive!

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  Reply # 96214 21-Nov-2007 13:36
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I believe it's geography.  Any more cute photos?  VCRs Don't like matchbox cars, either.  Not sure which child was responsible for that, but they do make good post boxes...

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Reply # 96290 21-Nov-2007 22:01
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Reminds me of what I was chatting to my brother and his family back in NZ the other day.
My Neace Ash (10 years) came on and bought her little sister Sasha (7months) with her to chat to me and let Susha do some typing on MSN which I have to say for an 7 month old she did pritty well.

I asked my brother how come she could use the computer so well and he showed me they keyboard they let her play with in her toy collection.

They learn young now days.


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