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G'day mates. Here's today's medical daffynition:
Genital - Not Jewish

...and here's today's factoid:
Malayans wash their babies in beer to protect them from disease.
08/Jan/13 12:00 AM
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Good Maen, friends!
later today, I hear!
And the alcoholics are a great help at bath time! unsure]
08/Jan/13 12:12 AM
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Good Maen all!
08/Jan/13 12:16 AM
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you guys are making it way too easy for me lately...
08/Jan/13 12:17 AM
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08/Jan/13 12:17 AM
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everyone!!!
08/Jan/13 12:20 AM
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Very interesting photo, Kate.
08/Jan/13 12:20 AM
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Hi, Kayo, Shiela, and Vici!!!
08/Jan/13 12:20 AM
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08/Jan/13 12:20 AM
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It's a good morning... The kittens showed up!
(Hi, Vici!)
08/Jan/13 12:21 AM
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Well, missed the announcement by one but still got my 8!!!
08/Jan/13 12:21 AM
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Hello, Shosho!
And... What would we do without Kayo?
08/Jan/13 12:21 AM
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Going for a run so will see you later
08/Jan/13 12:22 AM
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What a strange looking tree trunk! Strange, yet lovely.
08/Jan/13 12:23 AM
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Oops got Queen Anne's numbers. Well I dedicate that one to you dear Anne!
08/Jan/13 12:23 AM
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Tree reminds me of a Chihuly glass sculpture!
08/Jan/13 12:30 AM
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Heidi,
I think that the flowers are on a flowering spike rather than 'a trunk'.
The trunk continues below the spike, and bears a tuft of leathery, grass-like leaves.
I know this because I studied the growth-pattern of that plant once - a long time ago.
It is a fascinating 'creature'.
08/Jan/13 12:44 AM
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Shosho,
I hope you were not offended yesterday about your 'wheeing' habit. I actually think that picture is hilarious.
An elderly witch doing an acro-bat, wheeing trick by balancing on one leg aboard a speeding broomstick is not something you see every day.
How she manages to keep her hat on her head I really do not know.
08/Jan/13 12:47 AM
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Thanks, Rayray. I love learning new things about plants and animals.
08/Jan/13 12:57 AM
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Heidi,
The plant is renowned for its ability to survive bush fires - despite its trunk containing highly flammable materials. As I remember them, they survive as black pointed stumps that look quite lifeless, but which eventually regenerate as if nothing at all had happened.
08/Jan/13 1:11 AM
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Tut tut! Shosho has 'gone for a run' !
08/Jan/13 1:12 AM
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It looks like a close up of something small.
08/Jan/13 1:14 AM
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all.
08/Jan/13 1:29 AM
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Hi Kayo and All,

Do you know the origin of the phrase 'small beer' (which nowadays means something like trivial or small)?
08/Jan/13 1:39 AM
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I thought small beer was an early term for beer with a low alcohol content?
08/Jan/13 1:49 AM
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Sure.
This comes from the Middle Ages in Britain. In the old method of making beer, three brews were made from the same mash. The third, and very weak beer, was called 'small' and was drunk by children. All of this was during a time when drinking water could be lethal, and the alcohol in the beer has disinfectant properties. Hence anything weak or trivial can be likened to 'small beer'.
08/Jan/13 1:54 AM
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Good morning people of the world.
08/Jan/13 2:00 AM
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Thank Goodness It Is Monday Day
08/Jan/13 2:00 AM
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all.

Looks like it should be 'learn something new about beer' day! Thanks for the info Kayo & Neil!
08/Jan/13 2:10 AM
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Thank Goodness Monday is over, now we just have to survive Tuesday. Catastrophic weather and fire conditions.
08/Jan/13 2:10 AM
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Quite true Kayo,

It was used as a disinfectant (for the water) in the Middle Ages - similar to that used by the Malayans in your factoid.
08/Jan/13 2:15 AM
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So... It's small beer for Kayo's Malaysan small ones?
08/Jan/13 2:24 AM
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For the Ladies,

If you put some beer into a pan and simmer it until the volume is reduced to about a quarter, and rinse your hair after washing it with the reduced beer, it will make your hair more shiny.
08/Jan/13 2:33 AM
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and, if your Man drinks the beer instead, he will think your hair's more shiny.
08/Jan/13 2:34 AM
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everyone!

Love the grass tree. Such unusual plants in Aussieland. thanks for the information, Ray!

Many moons ago, when I was in high school, the beer rinse of the hair was popular. We all went around smelling like a brewery. The guys seemed to like it.
08/Jan/13 2:50 AM
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Hal, if you're here, the morning Washington Post said RG3 will undergo yet another MRI to see what damage was done to his knee. Should he have been taken out of the game much earlier? I think so, but evidently HE didn't.
It was a disappointing loss, but, as I said on that other site, Washington Redskins are going to be fun to watch in the future (finally!).
08/Jan/13 2:56 AM
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Rayray, offense taken cuz I expect you had a laugh with me!!!
I enjoy giving my friends a good laugh as many who have already met me have found out. I think it a great gift to give!
08/Jan/13 3:13 AM
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Now to do it again!!!
08/Jan/13 3:13 AM
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to pass around . . .
08/Jan/13 3:14 AM
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BOPP!!!
08/Jan/13 3:14 AM
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