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  1. 6 points
    **WARNING** There's a link going around for a LIVE STREAM to U2 doing a live gig in Bono's home. DO NOT CLICK THE LINK - it will take you to a live stream of U2 doing a live gig in Bono's home.
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    Do you know the difference between Abu Dhabi residents and Dubai residents? People from Dubai don't like The Flintstones. People from Abu Dhabi do.
  4. 5 points
    Nah, there's only one place in Wyoming worth mentioning - Armpit. See image from 1982. It's still there, but looking at recent pictures the walls of the sheds have been upgraded in the interim. When I was there, a guy lived in one of the huts over the summer, then went down into the valley during the winter to work on the oil wells at Lovell. As guests, we dossed in the other shed where he kept his dynamite and ammunition! The mining bucket in the right distance was inscribed 'Welcome to Armpit WY. The threshold of a new reality'. The place was one of three uranium mines from the 1930s, the other two being Groin and Earwax, both sadly no more.
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    Just brought this and awaiting delivery. I guess grade is EF and good strike.
  6. 4 points
    I just asked my wife to put on a nurses uniform. She said "Are you feeling frisky?" I replied "No, we need bread."
  7. 4 points
    Me, the day before the 2017 total eclipse, waiting for service at the gas station in Gonad, Idaho.
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    Its quite something to have seen . The next transit of Venus will be in 2117 at 170 years old I think ill miss that one.
  9. 3 points
    Can't beat the 'John McEnroe tenner'
  10. 3 points
    Did any of you manage to see the Transit of Venus across the Sun on the 8th June 04 . I was on Holiday at the time in Derbyshire and I was lucky enough to get a very short gap in the clouds . I managed to take this picture through the glass of my welding helmet .
  11. 3 points
    ... half way between Wounded Knee and Kicked in the Crotch...
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    A really exquisite smoking knee on this one
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    This is one of the best conditioned hammered I have had from the river. Uncleaned and very pleasing in hand. Can anyone confirm what I think it is?
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    Mike, I wasn't far away from you back on 11th August 1999. I was at the castle on the head at St. Mawes. It was a beautiful clear day on 10th August so a pity it clouded over on the 11th, but it was nevertheless quite an experience.....especially listening to the birds rushing back up the estuary to roost in the middle of the day! As far as 12th August 2026 is concerned, if you are not shooting grouse, then I would suggest Palma Majorca (or nearby) may be a better option than Iceland. It will be a total eclipse, albeit not for very long, and you can have a G&T whilst watching early evening before dinner......very civilised. The 2nd August 2027 (my wedding anniversary) could be even better in Southern Spain. Easy flights to Malaga and I reckon there's no better place to be than the Parador at Ronda, brilliant place with excellent views...……. not on the central eclipse line but still just over a minute of totality.
  17. 1 point
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Four-Generations-Of-The-Remington-Typewriter/202945869303 Nothing wrong with the medal but the title made me laugh.
  18. 1 point
    "Smoking Knee" is in Wyoming. Or should be.
  19. 1 point
    A man told his wife that she is painting her eyebrows too high. She looks surprised.
  20. 1 point
    Luckily for the David Lynch they weren’t around back then. For me, a Rice Krispie box doesn’t quite possess the same pathos as a jute sack, don’t you think?
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    A well satisfied wife, I assume...
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    Shame a lot of tickets are lost🙁 Here are the Grant Francis catalogue cover and Lot page. Mentioned as EXCEEDINGLY rare (at the time), enjoy.
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    Ha! You've clearly not dealt with them, then; or at least you haven't had cause to feel diddled by them.
  25. 1 point
    Are you sure it isn't a golden ring....you certainly seem to have one.





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