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 Originally Posted By: soubriquet
In the absence of the shout box, I'm reduced to slumming it with the trolls here.
Morning all. Cloudy, a south easterly and light rain this morning.


Created a new one for you Soubs \:D

Thunder storms here this morning. Really heavy rain. Love rain. Makes me want to go outside... although I can never find anyone who wants to go with me.


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I'm in Yuzawa this weekend and it's a grey and overcase morning. Fairly cool as well.

Sorry about the shout box being off folks - don't blame us.
It will be back soon.

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Morning all. Thanks me jane \:\)

I'm not late up, just back from 2 hours teaching pre-schoolers in a mountain village.

Cool and overcast with patchy drizzle this morning. Very pleasant.

That's OK SJ4, we know you all do your best.
If you can`t fix it with a hammer, it`s an electrical fault.

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It has been reborn....

\:\)

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Great! Thanks!
\:D

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Morning all. Nearly 4.00.

The sky is clear and pink, ravens awake and kawing. A quarter moon in the sky
If you can`t fix it with a hammer, it`s an electrical fault.

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Morning all. Sunny and bright, clear sky. Today's going to be a hot one. Might have to fire up the aircon.
If you can`t fix it with a hammer, it`s an electrical fault.

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Yeah it's feeling warm and a bit sticky here as well - was overnight actually.

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 Originally Posted By: soubriquet
Morning all. Sunny and bright, clear sky. Today's going to be a hot one. Might have to fire up the aircon.


Already?? Up there??
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My "office" is top floor, SE corner. Even on a mild day it gets warm early.
If you can`t fix it with a hammer, it`s an electrical fault.

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Once a Brit, always a Brit eh Soub! ;\)
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Thasright. Anything over 24 and I'm pink and sweating in my shorts with braces, and sandals and socks.
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That actually reminds of the bus drivers in Aus! Shorts, with long socks pulled up to their knees.
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That's because they are all Poms, living in Mandurah.
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Ha! Not now, mate, they all live up the northern suburbs. There are almost entire English enclaves up past Mindarie now.
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I've used the aircon a few times at work too. Especially just after lunch. Eating makes me hot!

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I was going to put "& Marmion".
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nah, way further north now eh! Well up past quinns.
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 Originally Posted By: Bushpig
That actually reminds of the bus drivers in Aus! Shorts, with long socks pulled up to their knees.


Ha, not only bus drivers.. My bloody school uniform! Let the socks slip down abit and they were "Loose socks" on hairy legs! Not that mine were

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Yeah mine was like that too! You gotta love Aussie half-arsed formality! I mean, you wearing shorts for crying out loud!
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