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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    When you're stealing lines from FRT

    yeah, sure.

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    Chanthaburi River at Samet Ngam.
    The large vessel is a former WWII British navy minesweeper HMS Minstrel, later HTMS Phosamton.
    Restoration efforts sporadic since 2012. My guess, they've given up and its future is as a dive attraction further south at Koh Chang.

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    sad they may be gone from the wild and confined to zoos

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    Post any pic anytime as many as u like-fe2zdlpviaiv9ub-jpg
    ...designed by an architect with a sense of humor...






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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    ...designed by an architect with a sense of humor...






    Now, there is an idea for a garden shed.

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    Saw one of these this morning, must not be quite cold enough for them to go to


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    A water vole?

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    Dormouse, first thought it was a normal mouse but it was a much lighter golden colour. Too quick to photograph. Love seeing them, rare these days. I planted a wild hedge in my place 20 meters long; mixed black thorn, bird cherry, hawthorn, beech, hazel and ash. after 5 years started to cut it and it bushed out, saw 8 birds nest in the autumn when the leaves dropped which made all the effort worth it but what i really loved and was surprised about was finding a dormouse nest. The hedge attracted local cats, and i fukin hate them but the inclusion of the two thorn trees meant the bastards couldn't access the birds - i left it 4 foot wide deliberately.

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    Yeah, cats kill everything.

    I thought it looked like a water vole. We used to have loads in the river down from the house and when I fished as a kid I saw them all the time.

    Sometime in the 90s some mink escaped from a fur farm, took residence and wiped out the voles. 20 odd years later the mink have long gone, but so have the voles, forever.

    This was about the time there were loads of stories about big cats, maybe black panthers wandering around Somerset and Devon. I remember one morning waling the dogs along the river when I found half a dead lamb propped up on a tree branch about 12 feet up. I've often wondered what did that... a heavy load for a mink but we're too built up for mystery black panthers, I reckon.

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    ^ Still local sightings of the "big cats" apparently. There is much talk of rewilding which i am all for, but us rural folk will live in fear of the stagger home from the pub if they re-introduce the wolf. I really can't see that helping the country pub trade, i've seen what happened in American Werewolf in London and i don't mean shagging Jenny in the shower.

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    ...how it started........................................... .........how it's going...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ..how it started........................................... .........how it's going...
    She's had 4 kids, probably no choice in that too, exiled herself to Pakistan to get away from the shit and got deported back, bet she still looks better in checks that you tho TC

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    She's had 4 kids, probably no choice in that too, exiled herself to Pakistan to get away from the shit and got deported back, bet she still looks better in checks that you tho TC
    Without reading back, she and her kids were given a big free apartment by the government.


    Not sure which government, or even which country, or if the government, apartment and country still exist or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Not sure which government, or even which country, or if the government, apartment and country still exist or not.

    Fucken hell detective clousseau

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    She was just granted refugee status in Italy.

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    ...The Italian city of Bologna had 180 towers by AD 1200. The tallest, 320 (97 meters) feet high, still stands and was completed in AD 1119...

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    ...Photographed in 1974, freshly excavated 2000-year-old Terracotta warriors still showing the original color scheme before rapid deterioration. (Xi'an)...

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    It is a mark of the routine brutality used by the Myanmar Junta that they are unashamed to publish photos like this of terribly beaten prisoners - these captured reportedly after a PDF raid on a police station in Zalun, Irrawaddy.

    from jonathan head twitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    ...Photographed in 1974, freshly excavated 2000-year-old Terracotta warriors still showing the original color scheme before rapid deterioration. (Xi'an)...

    Wow, they have absolutely no colour left these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Willy View Post
    they have absolutely no colour left these days.
    ...probably because natural pigments were used...aniline dyes last much longer...

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