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Old 04-21-2017, 09:03 AM   #5221
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Hey, it still looks hot in AUS

When I looked at our weather map just now, we're heating up too. I couldn't believe almost the whole country's above zero, but it is. It was still snowing last week

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Darn. I was going to put a question to all the Australian members of VEF in a post yesterday, but then Estreeter broke in with a message about something else, which so diverted me I moved on to other threads. Now I can't remember the question I wanted to ask. I know it has something to do with public holidays in Australia.
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Now I can't remember the question I wanted to ask. I know it has something to do with public holidays in Australia.
No, there is no "quokka day" in Australia...yet!
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Convicts don't get holidays

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No, there is no "quokka day" in Australia...yet!
There probably never will be either I suspect, just as there is no "kangaroo" day or "billbie" or "kookaburra" day. There are not any animal holidays in America either and won't be. Holidays in the U.S. celebrate people or things.
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... Holidays in the U.S. celebrate people or things.
There will probably be an Independence Day soon for Aus if the petition I saw today negating any involvement in U.S. issues gains more ground.
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There probably never will be either I suspect, just as there is no "kangaroo" day or "billbie" or "kookaburra" day. There are not any animal holidays in America either and won't be. Holidays in the U.S. celebrate people or things.
There should be a platypus day - a day made up out of all the leftover bits of other holidays.
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There should be a platypus day - a day made up out of all the leftover bits of other holidays.
I liked Robin Williams' take on it: "Do you think God ever gets stoned?" "Take a look at the platypus then-he's a mammal....but he lays eggs.....got a duck's beak...hey! Darwin!"
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If I lived in Australia I would have to live in a house like this. It would have to be in the Melbourne area near the Bass Strait. See my fantastic swimming pool. The second floor above the pool is probably the bedrooms. At the far left are the living room, dining room, and my big library. And each of those chimneys lead down to an authentic fireplace. Of course this mansion would have the latest security features which I would have vastly upgraded!

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If it's down near Bass Straight I hope the pool is heated, tm.

Plus you will need a well-stocked bar fridge/cellar for when we all come and visit you.




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