Open Thread – Tuesday 17 August 2021

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  1. Carpe Jugulum says:

    johanna says:
    September 12, 2021 at 11:36 am

    Carpe, how is the toilet training going with the wrigglers?


    It was challenging at first, but a few taps with a rolled up newspaper brought them into line. Thanks for asking

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  2. Carpe Jugulum says:

    Good Afternoon Troops

    Time to go Nano Wriggler wrangling

    Try saying that 3 times quickly after a few drinks

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  3. Carpe Jugulum says:

    That was quite a good collection Kaysee

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  4. Carpe Jugulum says:

    Congratulations for successfully undermining this message.  I’ll make sure I testify against you when the backlash comes

    Hi Grayham, I would have responded earlier but I was on a zoom call with Hitlers severed head connected to electrodes in a green opaque fluid. The Illuminati took the meeting minutes and I can forward a copy to you if you want to stay in the loop.

    I have to go now, the Nano Wrigglers have got a puncture in their beach ball.

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  5. kaysee says:

    In the UK, there are some Tory backbenchers who have been able to force the PM to scrap the vaccine passports.

    Any similar rebels Conservative rebels in the LNP to force the PM to a similar change?

    Covid vaccine passports scrapped for winter by Boris Johnson

    《 Boris Johnson will announce this week that he is scrapping plans that would have required vaccine passports for entry to nightclubs, cinemas and sports grounds.

    On Tuesday, the prime minister will announce plans to try to keep Covid under control over the winter. He will say that he has abandoned the proposed compulsory certification scheme, which would have forced venues to check people’s vaccine status.

    Johnson tore up the proposals after scientists said vaccinations would be an effective first line of defence against a winter wave of the pandemic. But the move also represents a significant concession to Tory backbench rebels who had complained that enforcing vaccine passports would create a group of second-class citizens. 》

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  6. Dot says:

    More benefits of Ivermectin (hurr durr, horse paste).

    In this review, we summarize the in vitro and in vivo evidences demonstrating that ivermectin exerts antitumor effects in different types of cancer. Ivermectin interacts with several targets including the multidrug resistance protein (MDR), the Akt/mTOR and WNT-TCF pathways, the purinergic receptors, PAK-1 protein, certain cancer-related epigenetic deregulators such as SIN3A and SIN3B, RNA helicase, chloride channel receptors and preferentially target cancer stem-cell like population. Importantly, the in vitro and in vivo antitumor activities of ivermectin are achieved at concentrations that can be clinically reachable based on the human pharmacokinetic studies done in healthy and parasited patients. Thus, existing information on ivermectin could allow its rapid move into clinical trials for cancer patients.

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  7. kaysee says:

    Please ignore. Link Test




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  8. kaysee says:

    Please ignore.  Test.






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  9. Professor Higgins says:

    ” … So dance around like the dancing Israelis and pat yourself on the back. …”

    What dance do the dancing Israelis do?

    Highland jig?

    A whirling dervish kind of thing?

    A Cossack sitting down dance?

    A Sammy Davis Jnr Mr Bojangles tap dance?


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  10. Axl Rosé says:

    More benefits of Ivermectin (hurr durr, horse paste).

    Cheap. effective. No patent.  persona non grata status guaranteed.

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  11. kaysee says:

    From the latest George Christensen email:
    Under no circumstances should you quit your job if your boss tries to enforce a ‘no jab, no job’ rule, even if it’s one that comes with a government mandate.

    Similar to this advice.

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  12. Carpe Jugulum says:

    Thor Rium says:

    September 12, 2021 at 3:50 pm

    You are not even funny Carpe.  You know you are in a degenerate breeding line when you celebrate the maiming of young girls.

    Personally I would have gone for moderately humorous.

    Hitlers disembodied head says hi and the Nano Wrigglers get excited when I mention your name for some reason.

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  13. Carpe Jugulum says:

    Thor Rium says:

    September 12, 2021 at 3:53 pm

    The dancing Israelis took out their lighters and made flames then acted as if they were at a rock concert at the sight of the gentiles being burned alive in the twin towers.

    You have made the classic mistake of the dancing Israelis, it’s actually the mosh pit at a Rob Zombie gig.

    It’s a common error

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  14. Steve trickler says:

    Time for a flight. Many CATS have seen this. Those that haven’t , enjoy the show. Put it on the BIG screen.

    Worthy of a reboot.

    F-16 Fighter Jet – Crazy Unique Cockpit Video – Airventure 2018

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  15. cohenite says:

    The reality is that these people spend all their holy days celebrating the murder of innocent gentiles.  So their minds are taught from a very young age to experience pleasure in this sort of thing.

    A very insightful definition of islam from bird. Keep up the good work bird; there are no pinfeathers on you.

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  16. Ragu Ragu says:



    《More benefits of Ivermectin》


    Not bad for something they found in the dirt


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  17. custard custard says:

    Hi Cats!

    Great work Carpe. Bird, why don’t you put down the bong for a little and go and do something else. It’s not healthy being in here 24/7.


    It would seem that the resident of the Whitehouse failed to make any speech on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

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  18. Carpe Jugulum says:

    Here is an interesting factoid

    If you put on a black suit and dark glasses and tell the Nano Wrigglers that “if you don’t behave Mr Bird will come and get you” it sends them scurrying into the corner.

    You can soothe their fear with a large piece of raw liver tied to a pigeon, they love a snack with movement.

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  19. Steve trickler says:

    &5.05 pm

    F8ck off, wanker. Israel is getting F8cked over bigtime with these jabs. J’s killing J’s with a German in control? Figure that one out and it ain’t Schwab. He is a level below. There are other players.

    C’mon smart arse, clue us up. What is his name. His father was a spy for over 30 years.



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  20. Steve trickler says:

    Adam has done a cleanse.

    Cheers, Sir.

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  21. Axl Rosé says:

    Now giving climate change a run for its money


    Would never have happened at Toronto Zoo!

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  22. Steve trickler says:


    I thought you got booted. I got that wrong.

    “Whose this German you are talking about?”

    Find out, Dickhead. You are not the guru you think you are. I’ll drop a hint later.


    Frank Sinatra – The best songs 1 – I’ve got you under my skin


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  23. Professor Higgins says:

    Oh dear Thor.

    All that glorious Thousand Year Reich fan-boi stuff just swept away.

    What a waste.

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  24. cohenite says:

    Adam has done a cleanse.

    Cheers, Sir.

    Bird is still poopee pooping.

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  25. cohenite says:

    More from the wacky world of islam:

    Grateful Migrants in Pennsylvania Send Thousands of Dollars to ISIS
    Relax: 44 Afghan Evacuees Could Be Jihad Terrorists
    ‘We Have Won’: Fort Hood Jihad Murderer Congratulates Taliban

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  26. amortiser says:

    “NSW Health limits residents of locked-down tower block to six beers per day
    Residents in a Sydney tower block under a strict coronavirus lockdown are having their alcohol deliveries policed.”


    The introduce regulations which result in unintended consequences and to correct that problem they introduce additional regulation. What could possibly go wrong?

  27. Steve trickler says:

    Dickbird doesn’t know the players. HA! 🤣

    Stew on it for a few days.

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  28. Barking Toad says:

    Kaysee about 03:10pm – I hit “flag comment” by mistake when opening one of the numbers – sorry.

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  29. Steve trickler says:



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  30. Carpe Jugulum says:
    September 12, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    Here is an interesting factoid

    If you put on a black suit and dark glasses and tell the Nano Wrigglers that “if you don’t behave Mr Bird will come and get you” it sends them scurrying into the corner.

    You can soothe their fear with a large piece of raw liver tied to a pigeon, they love a snack with movement.

    How do the wrigglers respond to liver when it’s tied to a rat?


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  31. Aw, shucks.


    The blockquote failed but at least the liver came through.

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  32. Carpe Jugulum says:

    How do the wrigglers respond to liver when it’s tied to a rat?


    I’m liking how you think

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  33. Muddy says:

    cohenite says:
    September 12, 2021 at 6:04 pm

    Thanks, Cohenite. I hadn’t visited for a while.

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  34. kaysee says:

    Ethics Professor Gives Heartbreaking Final Lesson on Refusing Vaccine Before Being Fired

    《 Dr. Julie Ponesse, Professor of Ethics, University of Western, gives an emotional last lesson to her students in anticipation of being fired for choice to not take an experimental and unapproved Covid-19 vaccine.

    She was subsequently fired. 》

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  35. kaysee says:

    FDA Pfizer Approval Crumbles Under Scrutiny

    《 – FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine hasn’t been properly reported.
    – Comirnaty license granted to BioNTech. Original Pfizer vaccine still under EUA, not FDA approval.
    – Vaccines to be used interchangeably, however legally distinct.
    – Many studies still to be done on both Comirnaty and Pfizer. 》

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  36. Steve trickler says:

    Kaboom! Nitromethane can offer up nasty surprises.

    NHRA Crashes: Jack Beckman Wrecks & Fails

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  37. kaysee says:

    Steve and others hoping for a purge. There was a suggestion, yesterday.
    How many have taken it up and are following it?

    Or done more than that?

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  38. Lizzie of Sydney says:

    Excellent collection, thanks Kaycee.  Some stalwarts still here.

    Rather slow at first to load and I’m thinking maybe a new fred might help.

    This is the longest fred in Cat history.

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  39. Professor Higgins says:


    Shut up Kaysee you pilllowbiter.


    Looks like the nano-wrigglers have inserted another “l” in pillowbiter.

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  40. kaysee says:

    Vaccine Chasing

    《With the waning success of the Drug Vaccine Biologics and the Pressure Selection of Delta and other variants, the World braces as the unvaccinated are blamed for the failure of the Mass Vaccination program.

    A critical look at the published data reveals a quite different picture. When you keep hearing trust the science, maybe it’s time we do, and here is what the SCIENCE shows us.

    (1) The Emergency Use Authorization Documents filed with the FDA for Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen, has a considerable amount of useful data that isn’t being discussed. The following four slides, discussed during EVENT 2021, look at what the actual EUA documents show us. 》

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  41. Steve trickler says:

    Hint for the f*ck head, Bird. Who is the German with so much power?

    Bourne Legacy | The Wolf Scene | Jeremy Renner




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  42. Professor Higgins says:


    Two pointy-heads in their basement and a failed economist are the source of the One Truth about 9/11.

    For an alleged physics smart guy you sure know jack-shit about low resolution security cameras and high speed aircraft.

    The average moron like you visualises an aircraft approach like they see at an airport – everything hanging out in the airflow with approach power setting. Into a head wind that is about 220 kmh, and from a distance that looks slow-ish.

    The hijacked 757 driven by the towel-head terrorists flew into the Pentagon clean and balls to the wall – a touch under 1,000 kmh.

    Hell, throw in the prevailing tail-wind on the day and let’s round it off to 1,000 clicks ground speed.

    A clueless basement dwelling dweeb looks at that grainy footage and says “Oooooh. Too fast. Must be missile”.

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  43. jo says:

    I hope you are proud of me kaysee I have been good. I took your advise.

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  44. kaysee says:

    First ‘Spider-Man’ comic sells for historic $3.6M at auction

    《 The comic that debuted Queens’ friendly neighborhood Spider-Man was auctioned off for a record-setting $3.6 million Thursday.

    The 1962 Marvel issue, “Amazing Fantasy No. 15,” was sold at Heritage Auction’s Signature Comics & Comic Art, according to the Hollywood Reporter. 》

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  45. kaysee says:

    Well Done, jo.

    Could you just check around the neighbourhood and give me the final tally of others who were also good?

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  46. cohenite says:

    kaysee says:
    September 12, 2021 at 8:38 pm

    First ‘Spider-Man’ comic sells for historic $3.6M at auction

    I had that comic, plus X-Men 1:


    Early Daredevils and Fantastic 4s.

    My dad threw them out when I was at uni. Such is life.

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    [Folded Arms] Bird.

    I’ll address you in a couple of days. Meanwhile, F8ck off.




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  48. Professor Higgins says:

    ” …  As you are coming down in altitude you are gaining kinetic energy. …”

    A physicist might say “As you are coming down in altitude you are using kinetic energy.”

    A failed economist would say the other thing.

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  49. Axl Rosé says:

    The hijacked 757 driven by the towel-head terrorists flew into the Pentagon clean and balls to the wall – a touch under 1,000 kmh.


    Tried that on a simulator?

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  50. mh says:

    PLANS to introduce Covid vaccine passports have been SCRAPPED as Sajid Javid confirms people won’t need them to get into nightclubs and cinemas.

    The Health Secretary revealed this morning that Covid jab passports won’t be introduced as a measure to fight the virus as we enter the winter months.

    He told the BBC today: “I am pleased to say that we will not be going ahead with plans for vaccine passports.”

    The Health Secretary said it was “absolutely right” of the Government to have looked into it, and that the idea will be “kept in the reserves” rather than implemented.

    Javid added that he “instinctively does not like the idea of people having to show passports to do basic things.”

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  51. Steve trickler says:

    If that UK news turns out to be correct, I might sleep well tonight. It has been hard lately.

    In the meantime…

    Fun times.





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  52. Professor Higgins says:

    We got two on the line.

    In clear conditions, hitting a five story building which is as wide as a large city block wouldn’t be that difficult.

    Imagine something about the size of the MCG with very few other buildings around.

    Dead easy to get a line on.

    This myth about jets becoming uncontrollable at speed close to the ground is just that … another myth invented in basements by pointy heads.




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  53. candy says:

    Now what will PM Morrison and the premiers do.  They have been following Boris Johnson’s policies and he’s done an about face (as usual).

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  54. candy says:


    Why did Bin Laden take the credit for the 9/11 massacres? if it was done by Israelis.

    Was he trying to protect the Israelis or something. Were they in cahoots and friendly?

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  55. Professor Higgins says:

    And in answer to the question about simulators.


    Back last century I had a mate who worked on sims for Chance-it with Ansett.

    Had a couple of plays on it and we once flew a jet down Collins St just above building height at cruise.

    The building graphics weren’t great in the old sims, but the aerodynamic behaviour was reasonably good.

    Of course, these days no-one who is not a company pilot gets near a sim, much less plays hi-jinks like that.






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  56. kaysee says:

    Ponderable Points 🐻




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  57. Professor Higgins says:

    Six seconds is quite a long time.

    Count it off Thor

    One – Failed Economist.

    Two – Failed Economist.

    Three – Failed Economist.

    Four – Failed Economist.

    Five – Failed Economist.

    Six – Failed Economist.

    The towel heads weren’t worried about points for accuracy and style from the Russian judge.

    They were just trying to hit a building bigger than the MCG.

    And they did.

    Dirty towel-heads.




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  58. Professor Higgins says:

    An aircraft can’t fly at max speed near the ground because the air is too thick?


    Do you understand what AIR speed actually means, oh Great Physics Wizard?


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  59. mh says:

    candy says:
    September 12, 2021 at 9:09 pm

    Now what will PM Morrison and the premiers do.  They have been following Boris Johnson’s policies and he’s done an about face (as usual).


    Javid says his instincts were always against vaxxx passports.



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  60. Axl Rosé says:

    I landed a 747 at Essendon Airport on a simulator.  Tight squeeze.  #Garuda

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  61. Ruprecht Ruprecht says:

    Lol, was it Garuda or MAS that landed a heavy at Essendon or both?

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  62. Knuckle Dragger says:


    Shouldn’t you be at work or something?

    What happened?

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  63. Axl Rosé says:

    Lol, was it Garuda or MAS that landed a heavy at Essendon or both?

    A Garuda was lining up for it until ATC twigged and saved it.



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  64. Steve trickler says:

    He’s back in the shed. Tour over. Walk up to him with a tool box. You’d be f&cked as a novice. Overwhelmed.

    Big Boy steam locomotive comes home to Cheyenne Wyoming

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  65. Ruprecht Ruprecht says:

    Just reading the ATSB report. MML was shrouded in fog and they had a visual on MME. Their instruments indicated they were off 500m above the deck the same time ATC realised. A 747 too.

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  66. Professor Higgins says:

    Hey Trickler.

    Play The God of Thunder some of your high speed Blue Angels stuff done at fuck-all feet AGL.

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  67. Professor Higgins says:

    I think the missed approach/ near landing at Essendon was Al El.

    Who else could it have been?

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  68. Steve trickler says:

    He and she is f&cked!

    Walk on a beach one day in the future. You think you are free?  You think you can get away with what you have done. You think you will escape after ruining so many lives?


    It is a long list now. You are on it….. You can redeem yourself. Will you do it? You’ve got a short time span to correct yourself. You better hurry up.

    A message for the MSM.









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  69. TailgunneR says:

    Just reliving the awe-inspiring tech involved in getting man to the moon.


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  70. Professor Higgins says:

    Man on the moon.

    Pretty sure that was faked.

    Any other thoughts on that one?

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  71. Axl Rosé says:

    “Most would assume your average high school art class could construct this contraption”  ROFL

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  72. Steve trickler says:

    Professor Higgins says:
    September 12, 2021 at 10:19 pm

    Hey Trickler.

    Play The God of Thunder some of your high speed Blue Angels stuff done at fuck-all feet AGL.



    What I looked up was shit. Not getting much out of “Gods of Thunder”. All crap at this end.

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  73. Mark A says:

    In case anyone interested in my Lame pics. they are available here;


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  74. mh says:

    The story the Oz is trying to ignore:

    UK health minister says govt will NOT introduce Covid vaccine passports, lockdowns over Christmas unlikely

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  75. mh says:

    Canada Adopts Chinese Social Credit System

    Greg Reese


    As the CCP prepares for war, their allies in western nations betray the people who elected them.

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  76. Knuckle Dragger says:

    I don’t mind the Lame Pics. Have a look most nights.  I like Andy Capp, particularly.

    But not enough to hit the Furniture Shop every day.

    Thanks for putting them up here for as long as you did, Mark A.


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