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    ...prototype: early Japanese toilet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    On many Japanese toilets, the hand wash sink is attached so that you can wash your hands and reuse the water for the next flush. Japan saves millions of liters of water every year doing this...


    You just reminded me of the kids drinking from toilets at the border uproar.

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    funnily enough when I googled "1440/919" nothing else...

    this page come up first

    1440 minutes / 919 men = 1.6 minutes per man - #162180353 added by anonymous at Her father is proud

    Ok this is ----ing gross but for the sake of math lets do some calculations.
    One day is 24 hours.
    919/24= 38.3 men in 1 hour

    in minutes it would be
    1440/919= 1.6 men per minute

    imma take a wild guess and assume men just got in line, whipped their ----- out to insert sausage in her for 1-2 strokes and then just moved along. I have nothing to do with this information. Neither do any of us.

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    The only bit I vaguely remember from Robert Graves's books was the bit about the sex competition:

    Two accounts especially have supplemented the gossip recorded by historians and added to Messalina's notoriety. One is the story of her all-night sex competition with a prostitute in Book X of Pliny the Elder's Natural History, according to which the competition lasted for 24 hours and Messalina won with a score of 25 partners.

    When I was young, 25 seemed like a lot. Way short of 919.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    in minutes it would be
    1440/919= 1.6 men per minute
    1.6 minutes per men
    0.625 men per minute

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    Not often you come across an unlocked ATM, naturally I informed the manager..

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    Statue of King Arthur located in Cornwall, England.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    A topographic map of Africa by Rand, McNally and Company, 1879



    Beautiful

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    Black Jacobin Hummingbird...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    ...buy now! beat rush!...

    I can imagine that being popular with pet owners. Not necessarily life-sized, that looks plain ghoulish.

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    Post any pic anytime as many as u like-e4q0sogweagsnz1-jpg
    ...spot the owl...

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    ...spot, the dog...

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    A 2,000-year-old tomb carved from a single rock near not far from Petra (Jordan).



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    M'Sahib has been cultivating cactus, mainly from seeds, for a while now and has started to run out of space. Problem with cactus is they don't like too much watering, which given the often torrential rain we're getting at the moment, a virtual certainty and hence can't be left in the open. She ordered a heavy duty plastic sheet and aluminium frame greenhouse which arrived about a week ago. The thing is actually a lot better than I thought it would be given its relatively low cost. Has roll up doors both ends, and small roll up windows with mesh inserts for ventillation.

    She then ordered a couple of battery lamps which are charged by a small solar panel that sits on the roof. This arrived yesterday and had its first use last night.


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    ^ Weird. My missus has also been getting into all things cactus recently. Not as far along as yours, but getting there.

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    Jeepers! I think it's almost time for an intervention!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    ^ Weird. My missus has also been getting into all things cactus recently. Not as far along as yours, but getting there.
    I can understand growing something like opium poppies or cannabis, because the more you grow, the more $$$ you can make. But hundreds of cactus plants???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    I can understand growing something like opium poppies or cannabis, because the more you grow, the more $$$ you can make. But hundreds of cactus plants???
    These ones are Mammillaria Lanta, which when bigger sell for 1000 baht plus each.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    Mammillaria Lanta
    I thought the latin name sounded a bit suggestive and Google indeed translates it as Nipple Cactus

    Anyway your wife has a fine set of Mammillaria there PAG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    I can understand growing something like opium poppies or cannabis, because the more you grow, the more $$$ you can make. But hundreds of cactus plants???
    Hundreds of Cacti don't make more $$$ than one cactus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
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    A 2,000-year-old tomb carved from a single rock near not far from Petra (Jordan).


    It's actually about 500 klm from Petra.
    Qaṣr Al-Farīd at Madain Saleh in Saudi Arabia.
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