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Old 11-15-2017, 07:09 PM   #6501
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If I didn't know any better, I'd say these 2 brides look a little Russian
Nah, Borat and Freddie Mercury.
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Kevin here. If I lived in Australia I would have Hiram Big build a house on that hill with the longest place name. The rock is in the outback 108 km west-northwest of the town of Marla.


Kevin, you know more about Australia than I do. I've never heard of the place.
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Kevin, you know more about Australia than I do. I've never heard of the place.
I found it just by accident. I was looking in the internet for names of Australian cities with long names and instead of getting that these articles for places(not necessarily cities) with extremely long names popped up, and this strange looking hill with this name with 26 letters was shown (among others). The name comes from the local Pitjantjatjara language. It translates into "where the devil urinates".
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Default Meanwhile back to the real news

Victorian police officers have called for new pants after reporting their current uniforms are splitting at the crotch when they are trying to arrest people.

"Many have reported that the pants split at the crotch easily, and are particularly prone to do so when executing a common arrest technique."


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-1...n-says/9140920

disclaimer - this isnt fake news just pure comedy

Police Academy 10 - Down Under

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Kevin here. If I lived in Australia I would have Hiram Big build a house on that hill with the longest place name. The rock is in the outback 108 km west-northwest of the town of Marla.


A mere pygmy of a nameplace compared to our best effort:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taumat...enuakitanatahu

Try pronouncing that with your mouth half full.....
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A mere pygmy of a nameplace compared to our best effort:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taumat...enuakitanatahu

Try pronouncing that with your mouth half full.....
If either of these hills were in America they would just be called "the hill".
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in America they would just be called "the hill".
But not "the lake"?

& are those whales in your lake?

but.
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But not "the lake"?

& are those whales in your lake?

but.
I live on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. There are no whales in Lake Michigan. Whales like so many other sea mammals must live in sea water, because the heavy salt concentration of sea water provides buoyancy which these huge mammals require.

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Default Talking of lakes...

If I lived in Aus, I would attempt to solve the mystery of Lake George N.S.W.

Sometimes it holds water, sometimes it doesn't - for long periods either way. But no one is quite sure where the water comes from or where it goes to. Bit of a mystery for geologists and hydrologists over the years.






As you can see, when I was there only a few small ponds to be seen.
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If I lived in Aus, I would attempt to solve the mystery of Lake George N.S.W.

Sometimes it holds water, sometimes it doesn't - for long periods either way. But no one is quite sure where the water comes from or where it goes to. Bit of a mystery for geologists and hydrologists over the years.






As you can see, when I was there only a few small ponds to be seen.
Did you look in the Wikipedia article about this lake? Because it explains why there is so little water in the area now. Millions of years ago there was a gigantic lake in this area. But now there is a layer of sediment 250 meters thick. Any water that is beneath that layer can't come up. What little water you do sometimes see is more often left over from rainstorms.
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