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12/Jan/11 5:20 AM
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I wonder when G'maJackie will check in? I'd think she'd be feeling awake in the middle of the night.
12/Jan/11 5:25 AM
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Good morning! you are right, I am awake at 5 A.M here.
12/Jan/11 5:41 AM
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I wanted to check up on grass-hopper. I have read all the posts of the day and don't see her among them.
12/Jan/11 5:42 AM
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I have just finished and plan on doing the puzzel now. I drove last evening! son wants me to learn to drive here! Said he would get me a rental car! I am not ready for that. maybe after a few more lessons.
12/Jan/11 5:44 AM
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I went to bed plenty early last evening and so I have had a normal amout of sleep. I am doing good on the Jet Lag thing. Are those famous last words as one gets wooozie and has a headache?
12/Jan/11 5:47 AM
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I think I shall read yesterdays late posts and see if she checked in on the site. Later friends.
12/Jan/11 5:48 AM
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I have checked on yesterdays post and grass-hopper had not left a post in the evening. We watched the weather news last evening. It really is of epic proportions.
12/Jan/11 5:59 AM
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It is WINGE (an Oz word) not WHINE or even WINE.

By the way, I don't dislike your avatar, but I find it is rather strange.
12/Jan/11 6:15 AM
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I also still find Kathy's wide-eyed bats rather disturbing creatures - although I have used that picture to illustrate one of my poems.

I don't know what your avatar is exactly.
12/Jan/11 6:18 AM
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Floods of equal magnitude and destruction to those now affecting Queensland are currently also affecting (a) South Thailand, (b) Sri Lanka, and (c) The Philippines. Hundreds of thousands of people have been made homeless and, in the Philippines, more than 1 million people are affected. Strange to me that may of these disasters are not always clearly reported at all in the media.
12/Jan/11 6:28 AM
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Hi Rayray, I had not heard about the flooding in those other countries. Of course, the news coverage here of the Au. flooding is extensive. Much more so than in the States. And, still no Grass-hopper.
12/Jan/11 6:33 AM
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I wonder if the lack of reporting has something to do with the red-necked age we live in?
12/Jan/11 6:41 AM
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12/Jan/11 6:43 AM
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If you Google with:-

"January 2011 floods in XXXX" -

[where 'XXXX' is the country you are questioning]

- you find particulars that conform what I have said.
12/Jan/11 6:43 AM
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Floods are also affecting Malaysia, and there it seems that scientists are postulating that the disturbances are backed by what they call "undulating plate movements" (geological disturbances). I haven't tracked any details of that hypothesis yet.
12/Jan/11 6:52 AM
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I had better stop CP-ing or people will get bored.
12/Jan/11 6:53 AM
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Me too.
12/Jan/11 6:58 AM
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12/Jan/11 7:42 AM
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Good morning.
12/Jan/11 7:50 AM
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GmaJackie - As far as I know Grass-hopper is still in NSW where she went for a family funeral. She was OK yesterday and could definately not get home yet. Please don't worry, I'm sure she'll check in when she can.
12/Jan/11 8:14 AM
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Good Morning all!
I feel very strange this morning. The sun was out for a while but it's clouded over again. I know there is flooding going on everywhere but I'm so far away from it that it's hard to comprehend the size of the flooded areas.
I keep trying to keep updated on Ipswich but More...
12/Jan/11 8:15 AM
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It's a guilty feeling isn't it, Vicki! I feel the same. We're high and dry, we have power, the sun is shining. It's hard, this morning, to comprehend that 30km away a raging flood is making it's way through our city and displacing our fellow Brisbaneites. The list of the missing continues to rise.
Got a text from my brother this morning to confirm that they are still ok.
12/Jan/11 9:03 AM
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Good afternoon to all! Another Luna Park photo.
12/Jan/11 9:15 AM
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Plum, "Winge" is a word that we Brits use when we are moaning about something - nothing to do with wine or anything, and, yes, it does rhyme with "hinge"!!
12/Jan/11 9:18 AM
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Vicki, you shouldn't feel hopeless. You are doing what you can by simply caring, and you will be there to do more when the opportunity arises to provide what help you can. You SHOULD feel HOPEFUL, not hopeless.
12/Jan/11 9:19 AM
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Liz - oh, my! Really? Thank you. It rhymes with hinge? But it means whine? As in whine and complain (or a high-pitched steady sound)? Or is it a completely different word (in addition to whine) that means moaning and complaining?

I still think it's a funny word. I don't know why it More...
12/Jan/11 9:41 AM
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I shall have to post a note to myself: No wingeing/winging. As soon as I know how it's spelled.
12/Jan/11 9:42 AM
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I always thought that whinge was spelt with a 'h'. I have never seen it spelt that way but regional variation could account for anything. I am feeling so helpless down here also not able to help with anything. A devastating and sad situation. Everyone take care, please.
12/Jan/11 9:47 AM
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Actually, what I'm doing is trying to make light talk as I come here time and again, refreshing the pages and hoping that all is well in flood-stricken areas.

My thoughts and prayers are very much with you.

I can't fathom being in such an appalling condition and trying to figure More...
12/Jan/11 9:50 AM
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G'day all. CynB & Vicki, it's the same for me - brilliant sunshine and blue sky ATM, and just down the road, flooding.

It's sort of surreal - can't quite get my head around it, just like I can't imagine what our American friends are going through with ice storms and inches of snow. We are lucky to have so many caring friends.
12/Jan/11 10:21 AM
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Thanks Greg, we all appreciate the support that our friends around the country and across the world are offering.
Ipswich flood peaks are now expected to be similar to '74. Mum's house should be safe if it doesn't rise any higher.
Hubby has arrived home. He spent the night ferrying train More...
12/Jan/11 10:23 AM
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Brits in Oz have an undeserved reputation of always complaining about the weather. For that reason, many Ozes complain by rote about Brits by calling them "wingeing poms".
The gerund adjective has an 'e' in it to distinguish "wingeing" from "winging"; the latter More...
12/Jan/11 11:29 AM
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1:53. Hi everyone.
12/Jan/11 1:14 PM
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I just reread my morning post and have to say that I have had more doors opened for me in the last three years, then I have has for all my life. Even the punk looking kids are helpful. It just that one of my grandchildren objected to having their father's cell phone taken away from her. She More...
12/Jan/11 1:31 PM
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Captain, J If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel - Try pressing the ctrl key and rolling the wheel...
12/Jan/11 1:41 PM
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Rayray thanks for the link on the old-timers point of view.
12/Jan/11 1:42 PM
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Rayray, in response to your earlier post concerning the plight of others in this world we all live on:
According to recent estimates, there are almost nine billion human beings residing on this planet.
I have tallied up all of our immediate family (brothers, sisters, daughters, sons, More...
12/Jan/11 2:08 PM
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That's my rant for the day. I'm going to bed. G'nite all.
12/Jan/11 2:11 PM
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Boing, Boing…
12/Jan/11 2:24 PM
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