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Posted in: Happy day See in context

True some stange hand signals on the group at the back. Still at their ages & in such colourful Kimomas it sends my heart to do a bit of beating.

Obviously another good photography to the one with the camera.

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Posted in: Driving rain brings new flood woes to Australia See in context

One just has to wonder if they can suffer so many homes to businesses that are next thing to being TOTALLED.

The photos on the news is simply staggering to the human eye.

Also I did not realize this was one of the driest parts of Austrlia, for by my summer one notices the maze of forest fires Australia seems to have yearly.

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Posted in: Icy dip See in context

They do seem to have a bit of extra blabber around the love handles of the body.

Though they do this in Canada as well for physical fittness I spend time with dumb bells along with a rowing machine in my house DAILY.

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Posted in: Coming-of-Age See in context

Have to agree that we are seeing some lovely looking young women & in very lovely & colourfull Kimonos. We sawt a similiar group just a few days ago at a work pary in lovely & colourful Kimonos. Definaly those Kimonos are lovely & most colourful plus the young women look so nice.

Yes so nice to see honest to gosh.

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Posted in: Open for business See in context

Ignoring all the above, allow me to pitch in with YES lovely looking ladies, to all he COLOURS was outstanding due to the Kimonos. So that photo was beautiful in many ways. Really impressive to outstanding.

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Posted in: Bull's-eye See in context

Also note there are no SIGHTS like in the modern Bow & Arrow use. Still very impressive photo to my mind.

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Posted in: Lucky trading See in context

Honestly Japan is really an eye opener to us in Canada, USA & some other countries. Things I never knew or expected keep popping up all the time on Japan Today.

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Posted in: Here comes the bride See in context

Pritty looking woman & one should realize that the correct hair treatment can turn anyone into a blond. Just hope it does not become a fad in Japan.

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Posted in: Holy night See in context

I would loved to see/hear this.

Of interest is that in the USA some of the larger shopping stores have had choirs come in to sing Messiah & some to dance to the music.

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Posted in: 81-year-old man foils telephone fraud attempt See in context

Makes me ssmile for I am 80+ yrs of age. Yes made it that far in life, still drive a car to ride a sportbike all since 1946 & never had an automotive accident of where I was in the wrong.

Some of us old ones are not as stupid as some think, but this chap did a lovely job.

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Posted in: McDonald's starts home delivery from one outlet on trial basis See in context

How about something sensible, like all burger people get some of their staff, or specially hired hands, to clean up, the burger customers that emptied out trash at the ditches of the roads?

That would be a good move & people that live in those areas, will NOT have to do it almost every month.

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Posted in: Baby girl in critical condition after getting head trapped in car window See in context

amerijap I agee with you, but even in Canada & the USA they are still leaving some kids inside.

Also the children seats to place the child in the rear seats is a MUST in Canada for sure. Even a special seat, when the baby seat becomes to small for a 3 to 4 yr old.

I have seen the RCMP actually showing the parents how to strap in a child's seat proper as the Constable probably noticed the straps were not correct. That is the proper courtise an RCMP constable can offer rather then a stupid fine.

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Posted in: Savoy savvy See in context

Mind you BOTH are good looking young women & really at 33 yrs of age that woman is YOUNG to the minds of so many of us.

I hope they do well with the luxery bags as they can be attractive along with the correct clothing.

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Posted in: Eternal lights See in context

Just hope that people of Japan & other countries do not go to the extreme that some do in Canada of the USA of so many lights all over their homes, trees & such THAT one cannot see the home itself, for the work once it is finished is hours of taking it all down, to immediately starting over to make it even better to the owners eyes. They admit the cost of electricity is overly high.

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Posted in: Poles apart See in context

Just do not get into a,physical sort of argument, with those gals for they have a lot of muscle from working on that pole. Muscles some of us do NOT have.

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Posted in: The birds See in context

Sorry that should read Canadian Geese & not "goose"

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Posted in: The birds See in context

They are lucky that the Canadian Goose are not trying to take over the same beach. For believe me their droppings are so much larger.

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Posted in: Coffee maker doesn't need paper filter See in context

EbiChiri you do have a point, & I have been using paper filters for ages in Canada, but then not that much water is wasted if one uses a brush along with the water. Something I do with my old coffee maker.

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Posted in: Twinkle time See in context

Pretty as the photo is I must agree with noborito, for here in Canada the Govt is doing all it can to keep us down from wasting power to so many other things, but come XMAS time they go crazie like so many others at this time of year.

Also in this Province of B.C. we have a Provincial Carbon Tax, meaning we are paying extra moeny on petrol, propane, oil, electricity, propane, coal, to so much more.

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Posted in: Bicycle jam See in context

I know of a chap from Holland, over to the Iron Man in the Penticton area. He told me he had a number of good bicycle, but when it came to going to work, in his ofice, he did it with a cheap looking bicycle SO no one would feel that was a costly bike worth stealing.

Seemed like a sensible move to me. When using my bicycle the few times down to the business area I chain it to a light post, but remove the complete saddle as mounted. Would make someone look a bit strange riding a bicycle with no seat.

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Posted in: Noose tightens around WikiLeaks' Assange See in context

SuperLib You have a good point, but then who is doing this stealing & who has access to such secret information?

Then to how much of this is bull he or others have dreamed up. Though without question this is causing a lot of trouble in countries all around the world.

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Posted in: Kobe Luminarie See in context

Sorry, but just above was choirs or church music in Europe, so it makes you think a bit way back in thoe days.

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Posted in: Kobe Luminarie See in context

Beautiful I will agree, but if you go back to 1550, yes back that far, some of the composers of music for the choirs, wrote it so that the choirs singing would fit with the inside of the church like this one in being tall.

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Posted in: European police on alert for Wikileaks founder See in context

When part owner of several m/c shops to also one sport shop NEVER would I admit that sales have not been great for the past month or so. That was secret info only knowen to us owners. So this thing reminds me of being tight lipped when soneone even asked.

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Posted in: Bombs kill Iran nuclear scientist, injures another See in context

This was something I would expect in Iraq or Afghanistan, but did not know about one earlier in Iran plus this one.

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Posted in: Santa Claus Academy See in context

First time my Mother had me visit Santa Clause in a department store in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, I was terrified of him for many kids are frightened of others other then their parents or close relatives that the home often. So end of my believing in Santa Clause.

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Posted in: Here's hoping See in context

For some reason or another I have never had the desire to take a chance, meaning no lottery tickets, never in a gambling place & will not flip a coin with a friend to see who is the winner.

Obviously no desire to buy one of the many lottery tickets in any country or place.

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Posted in: Well spiked See in context

Have to give them credit for this win. Not always does a team win unless all players, of the team, have competed in perfection. So they obviously did in this game.

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Posted in: Tensions high after North, South Korea trade shelling See in context

Then if South Korea is planning on hitting some of the rocket places THAT can drag so many other UN forces in like last Korean war & we know that with the flood of troops & such from China the allied UN troops would have lost if there had not been that long drawen out truce.

To prance South Korean troops in front of the North Korean forces, is sort of almost asking for some trouble in the future.

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Posted in: Gold bunnies See in context

Obviously some-one has a lot more money then I have or could even dream of.

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