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Message 949824 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 0:24:36 UTC - in response to Message 949823.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
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http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Fresh water for all the sheep. If only there was a way to get it up onto the land.

There probably is a way, But I think only ET has the technology for the moment to do this, Oh and remember, That isn't very small as about 7/8(or so) is below the water, It would help refill lake Mead of course, But they might have to open the spillways some, maybe.
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Message 949828 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 0:43:54 UTC

I remember about 10 years ago, there were discussion in Sacramento about towing some ice from Alaska to California to help with the drout. Getting them here was the easy part. No one ever figured out how to get them somewhere that the water could be captured. I remeber the main option being considered was a really big balloon.

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Message 949829 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 0:45:50 UTC - in response to Message 949793.

Barbie says that math is hard and I agree. Winning without figuring anything out!

We win then.


I think I count me in here.. ;-))

in the PPP

(pink plain peanuts)


Plain Pink? I always pictured you as a light blue or lavender type.
My win.



Your right Carlos.. Im blue -

but in the TLPTPW thread im undercover.. ;-))

And the Turkey tomorrow will be a Golden Brown, Sorry Yer Blue Moon.


Yeah..I know SJ - blue is as bad as pink -
and Its the same no matter what
colour I am.. ;-p but inside im ok. ;-))

That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!


@ Luke; Aye.. its aLot of stuff - lol
but we have several buildings to fill up -
at least four of them can be used only to store
things we dont need - so
no problem to reach the Big levels ;-D

I win. ;-)
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Message 949861 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 5:37:01 UTC
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Princess what are you doing up still? Must have been about 1 or 2 in the morning when you made that post. Think you just joined club insomnia.

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Message 949869 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 7:03:51 UTC

I'm still up, But not for long, As My bedtime is very soon.
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Message 949871 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 7:36:27 UTC - in response to Message 949798.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.
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Message 949884 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 10:23:48 UTC - in response to Message 949869.

I'm still up, But not for long, As My bedtime is very soon.


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Message 949900 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 14:24:26 UTC - in response to Message 949871.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.

At least New Zealand won't disappear under the waves if the Greenland Ice Sheet melts.
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Message 949907 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 15:32:49 UTC - in response to Message 949900.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.

At least New Zealand won't disappear under the waves if the Greenland Ice Sheet melts.

The ice down there is from Antarctica, Greenland has nothing on that Penguin paradise. :D
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Message 949912 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 15:52:05 UTC

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Message 949914 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 15:54:26 UTC - in response to Message 949912.

Afternoon.

Morning Andy and all.
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Message 949973 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 19:39:16 UTC
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In for a win and out again.

Turkey has about an hour to finish, side dishes ready, pies (pecan (2), cherry, apple and pumpkin) ready, ice cream ready (6 different flavors) guests here in 90 minutes.

Can you smell that turkey cooking yet???
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Message 949975 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 19:59:21 UTC - in response to Message 949907.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.

At least New Zealand won't disappear under the waves if the Greenland Ice Sheet melts.

The ice down there is from Antarctica, Greenland has nothing on that Penguin paradise. :D

I know where those ice bergs come from. However, if the greenland ice sheet melts, the oceans rise everywhere.
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Message 949980 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 20:20:39 UTC - in response to Message 949975.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.

At least New Zealand won't disappear under the waves if the Greenland Ice Sheet melts.

The ice down there is from Antarctica, Greenland has nothing on that Penguin paradise. :D

I know where those ice bergs come from. However, if the greenland ice sheet melts, the oceans rise everywhere.

Antarctica has more Ice than Greenland, A certain amount of It is about 2 miles thick.
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Message 949981 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 20:37:28 UTC

Just a win from the deer stand while on my BlackBerry.
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Message 949983 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 20:42:37 UTC

Hunting turkey from a deer stand.

Must be a new York City fella.
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Message 950002 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 22:02:40 UTC - in response to Message 949861.

Princess what are you doing up still? Must have been about 1 or 2 in the morning when you made that post. Think you just joined club insomnia.


I think it was closer to 3 am. ;-))
..and I fell asleep when I went to bed - so no insomia -
No reason to fear for my coconuttiness. pP

So you`re never up late?
Ok - that may work for my advantge..
You sleep, I Win. ;-)
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Message 950006 - Posted: 26 Nov 2009, 22:09:37 UTC

Morning all *yawning* long holidays with no plan how to spend it =/
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Message 950039 - Posted: 27 Nov 2009, 1:30:34 UTC - in response to Message 950006.

Morning all *yawning* long holidays with no plan how to spend it =/

Sometimes that is the Best Plan

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Message 950051 - Posted: 27 Nov 2009, 3:13:37 UTC - in response to Message 949980.

;-)) So its All about computers, aye? -

Well, what else could I expect.

Here with me the last days has been about trying to throw away alot
of stuff that has been stored through the last 50 years - at least. lol
Last week we got out a big blue shining container.. and it has been filled
up since then - from several different buildings on the property here..
But from my own house, the only thing that was ready for that container,
was two old garden chairs.. ;-)

Now we will have room to store for the next 50 years. Hurray!..



That's why we're at S@H!
50 years is alot of 'stuff'! Gosh, I can't even manage 6 months worth of stored items. Also, you must have alot of storage!

Hey I see the Penguins are sending Your area a care package. ;)

Massive icebergs floating towards coast
of New Zealand




http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/11/25/iceberg.newzealand/index.html


Yeah, I saw this on the news a few days ago. Latest update is about 200 of them are floating south of New Zealand. Quite amazing. It makes it even more amazing when you imagine that 90% of the iceberg is below water level...

- Luke.

At least New Zealand won't disappear under the waves if the Greenland Ice Sheet melts.

The ice down there is from Antarctica, Greenland has nothing on that Penguin paradise. :D

I know where those ice bergs come from. However, if the greenland ice sheet melts, the oceans rise everywhere.

Antarctica has more Ice than Greenland, A certain amount of It is about 2 miles thick.

And if THAT melts, we won't have any existing sea ports left anywhere in the world.
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