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Message 1338733 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 4:05:27 UTC - in response to Message 1338730.
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This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.
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Message 1338753 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 4:46:07 UTC - in response to Message 1338733.

This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km


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Message 1338755 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 4:52:25 UTC - in response to Message 1338753.

This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km

Or a little over 62 miles total.
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Message 1338756 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 4:52:28 UTC - in response to Message 1338753.

This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km
Don't know metric, but in my terms, I think they said about 850 square miles. That's a lotta flatland left behind.

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Message 1338761 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:05:56 UTC - in response to Message 1338756.
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This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km
Don't know metric, but in my terms, I think they said about 850 square miles. That's a lotta flatland left behind.

They just showed where this meteor came down at, in a lake in an area that used to be used for the old Soviet Unions nuclear tests, in a frozen lake, made what looks like an 8' hole in the ice, plus it left a few bits in the ice here and there as well.
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Message 1338763 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:10:39 UTC - in response to Message 1338761.
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This doesn't sound too good ....

Meteor strike



Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km
Don't know metric, but in my terms, I think they said about 850 square miles. That's a lotta flatland left behind.

They just showed where this meteor came down at, in a lake in an area that used to be used for the old Soviet Unions nuclear tests, in a frozen lake, made what looks like an 8' hole in the ice, plus it left a few bits in the ice here and there as well.

I think, as usual, the government knew more than they told us beforehand and let the cards and the meteor fall.

Just my silly ass, totally uninformed, pretending all is well opinion.

And, as usuall, if I played all the cards that I have in my hand, some butthole here would just call me a crackpot. So I won't even bother trying to inform anybody.

Have a nice meteor showering day. It's gonna start happenning more often.
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Message 1338764 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:11:42 UTC - in response to Message 1338756.

This doesn't sound too good ....Meteor strike

Terrible, I heard about it on the news today. Imagining what effect a real big meteor strike would give...gives me the chills. We can't escape nature, that's for sure...

Don't say that over in politics

Dinosaur killer for a really big one.

Which from what I read over on the HP, was a twin strike, a pair of asteroids and this isn't the only time this has appears to have happened I read. As to the meteors, I'm glad it wasn't closer than 10 miles up, Tunguska in 1908 Russia(Siberia) I think was closer and flattened trees for a good ways around and that one left a few small calling cards too.

If I recall correctlly Tungusga flattened trees in an area with a diamater of around 100km
Don't know metric, but in my terms, I think they said about 850 square miles. That's a lotta flatland left behind.

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Message 1338771 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:30:45 UTC

Yippee--great week of sales!! Done and in the books

Win.




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Message 1338773 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:36:40 UTC

Congratulations Blurf! Hope you are able to enjoy a nice long weekend off of work.

Goodnight friends!

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Message 1338775 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:37:59 UTC

See Ya later Angela.


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Message 1338778 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:43:52 UTC - in response to Message 1338773.
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Well done Blurf!
Goodnight Angela.
<A goes off to bed early>



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Message 1338782 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 5:52:50 UTC

Thanks Shannock and Happy Anniversary late! Sorry--I realized tonight I missed that thread...

Win.




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Message 1338791 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:20:20 UTC - in response to Message 1338782.

Thanks Shannock and Happy Anniversary late! Sorry--I realized tonight I missed that thread...

Win.

Well done Blurf, now take a load off of Your brain and relax as My Brother used to say, You did well.
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Message 1338795 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:29:35 UTC

A very early morning post....


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belong to a formal team so "fly their own kites" - as the saying goes.

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Message 1338798 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:50:00 UTC - in response to Message 1338795.

A very early morning post....

I suppose so, for a Saturday :)


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Message 1338799 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:52:58 UTC - in response to Message 1338798.

A very early morning post....

I suppose so, for a Saturday :)

Here it's still Frieday...
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Message 1338804 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 7:52:45 UTC

Winning at work *sigh*



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Message 1338822 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 8:53:25 UTC - in response to Message 1338804.
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Winning at work *sigh*

Laugh and the world laughs with you,
sigh and you sigh alone.

Except here where you still have friends.
Hope the day goes quickly for you.

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Message 1338840 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 9:50:46 UTC

Good morning win.


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