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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    Taken at train station in Bkk tonight, had a concert on the platform, ooh er what about health and safety? Why are you wearing a red t-shirt??
    Lot of them seem to be UDD suporters,good news for shirt makers

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    Scandinavian order
    Hehe, you're all Germanic at heart . . . and Protestant/Lutherans as well from the country south of you! Methinks thou doth protest too much.

    But, lovely workarea, mate

    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    the big one is from northern Africa bought from an north African immigrant in Southern Spain, the smaller one I have bought myself in South Africa, I have a few more on the other walls in the office, from Sierra Leone, from Ghana and from the Gold Coast,
    Nice. We lived in Africa in the late 50s, early 60s and later again . . . my father loved collecting all these masks, spears etc... he ended up giving them all away before he died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by filch View Post


    Having a smoke at the office, 10 minutes ago.
    I am sure I was standing looking at the same view last wensday ?

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    Hahahahahha . . . Filch and Rigger work at the same place? Nah, can't be!

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    kewarra beach , 0930 am or so - water is beautiful
    Looks ruddy lovely. So lovely in fact, I just google'd it to plan my next weekend away...

    Don't really plan on going all the way to Aussie for it though.

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    For Panama Hat: Regarding your first post in Davao, a sando is not a sandal; it is Tagalog for a tank-top, or sleeveless t-shirt. Just for future reference since you travel here on occasion.

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    Beach info board two days ago. I was in the water for about 2 hours, disappointing lack of sharks but the waves weren't bad (took this photo between sets, which rolled in about every 10 minutes):

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    Post a photo of anything, anywhere?

    OK, you asked for it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    For Panama Hat: Regarding your first post in Davao, a sando is not a sandal; it is Tagalog for a tank-top, or sleeveless t-shirt. Just for future reference since you travel here on occasion.
    Ah, thanks mate . . . I was wondering why they had sandals and slippers . . . Luckily I can't really wear tank tops to work.

    Quote Originally Posted by robuzo
    Beach info board two days ago. I was in the water for about 2 hours, disappointing lack of sharks but the waves weren't bad (took this photo between sets, which rolled in about every 10 minutes):
    Very, very nice . . . I do 'envy' you the bevvy of lovely Latinas that must be sashaying along the beach

    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman
    Post a photo of anything, anywhere?
    Read the OP silly man . . . a photo you have taken yourself in the past week . . . each TDer is meant to post only one per week so other pics can be discussed

    Milkie Milkie Milkie

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    I' gonna find it hard to stick to the one a week rule.

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    Well, it's not like I'm going to send around Rocco to do you in if you don't . .

    Eh, paisan . . .

    How about we simply keep it at photos we have taken in the week past?

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    ^ sounds better,........thanks


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    (Khon Kaen Wittayayon, 112 years old).
    your g/f's 112 years old ? Crickey!

    yeah she's a fossil

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    today at Phra pra deang, oh no red again! new camera fuji s200exr but not as good as the old fuji s6500 IMO.


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    It's the little things in life that make me happy, Cash the dog and Crush the amp, both much louder than appearances would lead you to believe, sitting in on a cold Saturday afternoon.

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    My sister's wedding was a week ago (6th Feb), but I can't lift the pics that my Mum's hubby took from his file. Can I have a day or two extra to post them???

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    I don't know NR . . . ok, just this time we'll let the one-week rule slide . . . and seeing as Milkman still hasn't quite grasped the outline . . . sigh . . .

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    my swimming pool - a few laps a day seems like a good idea at the moment

    1646'39.74"S 14541'3.35"E



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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    my swimming pool - a few laps a day seems like a good idea at the moment

    1646'39.74"S 14541'3.35"E


    Do they have to net that off because of "boxies"? We had swarms of Portuguese man-o-war here in Florida last week, but they are all gone now. Nowhere near as scary as a box jelly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robuzo
    Do they have to net that off because of "boxies"? We had swarms of Portuguese man-o-war here in Florida last week, but they are all gone now. Nowhere near as scary as a box jelly.
    is it there for all marine stingers - but it is not effective against Irukandji jellyfish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia because of their small size

    the nets are dragged regularly during holidays and weekends with a fine sample net to check if any irukandji are in it. Irukandji have been blamed for a number of deaths , and they are able to leap up to 25 metres out of the water

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    ^ wheres your swimmin pool mate?

    got it, just had a look on google maps, then earth, lovely part of the world by the looks of it,one place to visit one day, thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    and they are able to leap up to 25 metres out of the water
    Would you consider them as dangerous as the Central Coast Drop Bears?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    Would you consider them as dangerous as the Central Coast Drop Bears?
    I am more scared of the cranky carnivorous cassowary - when those fcukers have your scent you cannot out run them


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    I hate those white pointers on Bondi Beach mate.

    Have your eyes out before your got time to blink.

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    The start of a new week, I think I'm allowed to post another (even if last one was only about 3/4 days ago posted. but one week taken.

    This was this morning. Typcical flower/polystyrene arrangements that one buys to express sympthay to family of someone who has passed away.

    Though now that I think about it, they also do same for weddings....


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