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1 Lb of healthy Dendras in all colours
certainly look in great shape they are active aren't they. very clear video
Bok, looks great! You picked those out by hand?!? That's what I call dedication!
The only way in the absence of other methods.
Fortunately Frank is going to lend me a couple of Grandkids next time, until mine get their act into gear.
I shouldn't be saying this but...........
As an ex pilot I have no leverage anymore. Have mates who do the engines for aerlingus, but that would be classified as terrorism.
Varig owe me a couple of favours and I have a medal from the deputy State President of Brasil (which I nailed to a factory wall). I had the pleasure of landing one of their DC 10's into DF Malan in the late 80's. Neither the passengers or the authorities knew at the time. But, they do not fly into Ireland.
Suid Afrikaans Lugdiens don't have direct flights and I cant think of a mission to get from your part of the world to mine, that could be paid for by the taxpayers.
I am waiting on RyanAir to go transatlantic. (Ihave 15 free flights with them)
I do not have the $$$ in the short term to get you here, but, should you or any member of the site wish to visit, I can offer free accom in a vermicomposters haven. 2 of the 4 bedrooms are free. I have one, the snakes, lizards, african worms, Zophobos morio and other things are in the 4th.
Coarse and sea fishing gear provided
Bring your own wetsuit if you want to dive, the rest I supply.
Also it is a hundred years now since the Titanic sank. Michael Martin does a great tour in Cobh. So maybe any of you wanting to spend some bucks this summer should pop over........ end of adverts for failte ireland
in 1968 i worked on the mock-up of the DC-10 when i worked for McDonnell Douglas building planes in another life.
don't do cruises, had one to Vietnam in '67 that's enough.
from a purely engineering perspective, I think the DC 10 was the best plane ever built for commercial aviation. In 1968 I was just going to big school....LOL.
Well I have a shed for grandads in the back garden. It comes complete with a kettle and a 1,8 litre teapot.
Now I have a grey beard, and the kids in the neighbourhood call me grandad, my eldest daughter was 18 yesterday, but I doubt she will be offering up grandkids soon, much too clever for that. No1 son is the best bet, but his progeny will get very complicated and much litigation and DNA involved I expect.
So, it is up to you and the grandkids. Whilst herself and the grandkids are not removing the cocoons properly from the vc, we could in fact be debating why they changed the blade angle on the A380 AEPU from that of the DC10, which was and is an industry standard, to the maintenance abortion they have now.
All in the fading sunlight in my shed, accompanied by various shades of rooibos tea. 20+ manuka honey as an added bonus.
i still believe the DC-10 was the strongest, best engineered, most beautiful commercial jet too fly. it had initially a problem with the cargo door which was corrected and it took to much runway to take off. the tail engine was encased in a solid one piece casting and it could glide if dropped on it's tail. and to bring it back into the vermiculture a lot of worms have been transported on them! :-)
My sentiments entirely. What is a cargo door or an eggshell between friends?!.
So, when are you flying over in an inferior aluminium tube?
i missed the lotto last night! $640 million dollars!
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