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    Green Room non-Googleable Music Quiz Game.

    oops, i forgot it was my turn ummm... sgtb by gm
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    Bert and Ernie, the perfect mates

    i agree; he just seems like a nice guy who happens to be handsome and she seems.... stunningly gorgeous and impressively sharp - a great combination; and she's petite ! really, the full package
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    Mobile phones and drivers

    versus those complete dicks who edge over to make the gap impossible because they hate anyone getting ahead of the traffic flow and the scooter riders who get to the front first and then plug the exit at the front of the cars so you can't share the chance to both get away at the lights
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    A few things Atomic has taught me

    can't erase a green slushy
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    Bert and Ernie, the perfect mates

    yep, amal's presence suggests that if he ever jumped the fence he's back in the enclosure these days she is hugely cute, and has that lovely english accent that makes me sigh
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    The truth is out there.

    hmm..... add some neutrons and protons, encircled by electrons, and there is a finite limit to permutations in the known universe any unknown universe is not this universe; sure in the multiverse things are different, and maybe there are transdimensional possibilities if you want to go obtuse, why isn't the planet a sentient organism that merely "moves" in a time frame that we have no hope of comprehending, or having meaningful communication with ? aren't we merely transient parasites on its skin ? what if aliens exist in such a time frame and they don't actually move "very fast in ways we can't explain" but at their own pace such that our motion seems like that of the earth to us ? as such it's like we drift into their frame of reference only when we move very fast (for us, like in jets), and they startle and move off - not fast, but at their natural speed
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    Bert and Ernie, the perfect mates

    oh, i thought it was float as in amniotic fluid : "water's the shell, and we are the nut"
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    Bert and Ernie, the perfect mates

    this might explain it
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    Bert and Ernie, the perfect mates

    do muppets even have genitals ? let alone use them... shades of the sex scenes from "team america"
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    What's on your mind?

    there have been juvenile tropical fish there at shelly beach for the 20 years i have snorkelled it more recent years have benefited from it having been declared a marine park, and banning spear and line fishing in cabbage tree bay (the water that shelly beach fronts) it's a magic enclave so close to a major city; and it's a pretty easy walk from my place
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    how crap is this government ?

    ya, but if the fuckers won't even mention it in parliament, then nothing will ever happen at least in generations to come (as they perish from neglect) hansard will make it abundantly clear who chose to ignore some potential for mitigating the situation as frogs boil it's perversely satisfying to document who didn't even think about turning down the stove
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    What's on your mind?

    acts on both, but as liquids aren't compressible, it would be as effective on pressing islands (that is, no effect) the tidal and atmospheric variations on water levels don't actually compress water, as much as make it, or allow it to, move elsewhere pardon the cross post The Australian Federal Government currently have a petition open, and if it gets enough signatures by October 16th it will mean that they will debate declaring a climate emergency in the lower house. Unlike other advocacy groups, this one is by the parliament meaning they will debate it if they get the signatures so please spread far and wide. When signing, make sure you do the last step which is verifying your email. https://www.aph.gov.au/petition_sign?id=EN1041
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    What's on your mind?

    they are icing those cakes with concrete the production of which is a major contribution towards global warming
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    how crap is this government ?

    this seems to have merit : The Australian Federal Government currently have a petition open, and if it gets enough signatures by October 16th it will mean that they will debate declaring a climate emergency in the lower house. Unlike other advocacy groups, this one is by the parliament meaning they will debate it if they get the signatures so please spread far and wide. When signing, make sure you do the last step which is verifying your email. https://www.aph.gov.au/petition_sign?id=EN1041
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    What's on your mind?

    everyone knows that gasses expand with heat and so the warmth of the atmosphere is pressing the islands into the ocean that explanation seems waterproof
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