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Old 03-02-2014, 10:12 AM   #3251
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In January 1848 while building a sawmill for a Mr. John Sutter, James Marshall was working in a small river about 50 miles from Sacramento when he found in the river some small nuggets. This was the first gold from the area.
This find, at first kept a little quiet, was to lead to the great Gold Rush of the 1850's and 60's.!
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Referrring to breasts as 'Paps' , goes back to Ireland, where 2 sacred mounts The Paps of Anu are named after an ancient Earth Goddess
On top of each hill is a prehistoric cairn, which are believed to be miniature passage graves or house burial cists.

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Further to this last post it lost a bit on the end - it should have read
When working as an organist Puccini stole and sold the pipes then changed the harmonies so no one noticed the missing notes.

The punishment for serving bad beer in Babylon was drowning!

Bush Market in Kabul, named after George W Bush, sells food and supplies stolen from US military bases. (Now that's what I call enterprise!)

Americans were so certain crime was caused by alcohol that, on the eve of Prohibition, some towns in Iowa sold their jails.

In Roman law, balnearii were criminals who stole clothes from public baths.
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Cast your minds back to the days when television series were fast, exotic and above all good. Remember the ITC days with shows like 'The Adventurer', 'The Champions' and 'Man In a Suitcase' amongst others? Wasn't it funny that if there was a car chase along a mountain pass that each time the car went over the edge it was the always the SAME make-a S-TYPE Jaguar (usually as the villain's getaway car) It was of course the same car because it was stock footage used as a way of saving money.

Knowing that cast your minds again back to the 2pt KNIGHT RIDER special where K.I.T.T. and Michael Knight discover he has a prototype evil twin called K.A.R.R. and right at the end of the second part KITT and KARR charge headlong towards each other where you've guessed it one of them goes off a cliff. Imagine my surprise when I found out that they also used stock footage of a car going off a cliff, only ironically it was from a film called THE CAR. I think this was also used in CHRISTINE by Stephen King about a female car.
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Seriously? Is there enough forest where they can sleep and breed? And is the forest where the food is?
There are some large areas of semi wilderness left in Britain, but these are almost exclusively in the Scottish mountain regions. Reintroducing the wolf would be possible in some of these remote deer forests which are typically many miles away from significant human populations. It won't happen though, I am sure. Wolves have a very bad reputation.
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There are some large areas of semi wilderness left in Britain, but these are almost exclusively in the Scottish mountain regions. Reintroducing the wolf would be possible in some of these remote deer forests which are typically many miles away from significant human populations. It won't happen though, I am sure. Wolves have a very bad reputation.
We have plenty of wilderness here, and forest and we have wolves occassionally, but alas when they are noticed they are quickly hunted down. Seems no one wants the poor wolf in their neighbourhood, or anywhere else come to that.
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Did you know...

The New Zealand tuatara is, despite appearances, not a lizard. They are the only living species of an order of reptiles that predate lizards.

Pictured here is Henry, who became a father at age 111.

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We have plenty of wilderness here, and forest and we have wolves occassionally, but alas when they are noticed they are quickly hunted down. Seems no one wants the poor wolf in their neighbourhood, or anywhere else come to that.
Wolves are great for cleaning the forest and keeping the big-deer population right. But when they eat "property" like reindeer, it's guaranteed people will trap and hunt them, even if they're a protected species

It's not so different with bears and tigers, unfortunately
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The South American stringed instrument, the charango, is traditionally made with the shell of an armadillo.

Similar in appearence to a ukelele, it has usually 5 pairs of strings, and the back of the sound box was traditionally an armadillo shell. (Today they are usually made of wood, like a guitar).

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