And I like to roam the land
- May 18, 2002
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A big pig I saw earlier
Just put your cigarette out properly like a normal person in future LL.A look at the devastation caused by the recent bushfires in Morton National Park. It's still burning in areas, though as of Sunday night, it is now considered to be officially 'contained' and 'under control'.
The National Park is the largest in New South Wales and it's estimated that one third has been burnt out.
Parts of what you see in this video (not mine) are on my doorstep with the entrance to the park only 800 meters from my home.
During these fires, one way many people kept up to date with what was going on was to listen to the RFS on an app called Scanner Radio. Just this past weekend, when the temperature hit 40 c and over, we were listening in as we still has active fire close to us when they were called to a new spot fire thought to have been started by a cigarette thrown from a car. Some people just don't learn. Oh, and I gave up 25 years ago.Just put your cigarette out properly like a normal person in future LL.
The aliens have invaded Norfolk first...why am I not surprisedHuge space rock fire ball flies over North Norfolk. Nothing surprises me about this place anymore ..
Huge space rock fire ball flies over North Norfolk. Nothing surprises me about this place anymore ..
That's the mothership arriving to take me home...The aliens have invaded Norfolk first...why am I not surprised
I’m guessing the price has gone through the roof as someone has suggested they may make you immune to the new Coronavirus?
Shit .. Jaegermeister?Worse than that. A HUNDRED times worse.
Thought you'd never ask.Shit .. Jaegermeister?
I tried to fill a 2 litre pop bottle with petrol once at a petrol station near Glastonbury but miscalculated the pressure of the pump and ended up walking in to pay the shocked attendant soaked in petrol, I was tripping at the time. The only time I had petrol breath was when we'd syphon cars with a hosepipe ..
You've got to tell us now
Grim .. at least none of you puked in the grave I suppose .. because you know the inevitable chain reaction that would have happened then ..Thought you'd never ask.
Lived in a remote cottage with only motorbikes for transport. Brought home the shopping one day in a rucksack, failed to notice until next day that the small bottle of paraffin had leaked slightly. Just enough to permeate the bread.
So on the morning of the funeral we all had poached eggs on toast for breakfast and then set off to Colwyn Bay Crematorium. I was slightly travel sick and my breakfast constantly repeated on me. It was as if I was standing over a Hindu funeral pyre. A horrible experience.
We all played golf on the Great Orme afterwards. By some miracle I won. Wearing a platform sandals, a shiny black blouse and a full-length Black Watch tartan skirt.Grim .. at least none of you puked in the grave I suppose .. because you know the inevitable chain reaction that would have happened then ..