Steven be aware that there is a world professional league for arm wrestling. It can be very brutal with arms being broken during the contest. There are very specific rules.
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Gentlemen a new and excellent use for mouth guards is in the prevention of snoring. My sweetheart who I love and adore and who shares my bed was a snorer of massed pipe band proportions. She now wears a mouth guard that pushes her bottom jaw out slightly. Net result is that we now only have small sn...
- Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:02 am
- Forum: Addicts' Corner
- Topic: A happy Christmas to all!
- Replies: 3
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Belated it may be but it did have to turn right side up so that you Northerners could read it. Talks of frost 'n ice 'n snow 'n the like is lost on we who endure 30-40 degree, centigrade that is, days for Chrissy. To all and sundry >> MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR . WoZ who survived it all
Bob I am so sorry that I have only just seen this. I have been out of action and now my computer is dead. I am typing this in the library. New iMac on the way in a couple of weeks. That is absolutely fabulous news. Not quite as long as Rhonda and I but a nice settling in period was observed. Mate I ...
- Sun Nov 27, 2016 3:15 am
- Forum: Usage and Writing
- Topic: Horrendous son or horrendous daughter?
- Replies: 7
- Views: 2912
As I read through the list I tried to guess what they meant before looking. I got a few wrong. Spermicide - killing of whales Vespacide - writing off a motor scooter Vaticide - destroying good grapes by poor winemaking techniques Tyrannicide - killing large dinosaurs Ovicide - dropping a carton of e...
In Aus Steve we call them a bloody nuisance. That is the kind of tower nobody wants near them due to the possible risk of medical problems from the emission of low level radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic energy (EME). The jury is out and it depends who you talk to about the problem but most people...
Gee Steve I didn't even know these things existed but maybe just as well because, Despite what you might see online, mobile repeaters are illegal to operate without consent. It’s an offence to operate an unlicensed radiocommunications device and heavy fines or imprisonment can apply. So don’t let th...