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    dom
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    @jamiebarter

    Didn’t you just say he was in Asana?

    I’m impressed. That’s almost up there with “I tort I tort a puddy cat”.

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    #114985

    Jamie J Barter
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    @dom :

    I’m impressed. That’s almost up there with “I tort I tort a puddy cat”

    How good of you to recall dom! (Incidentally though, it needs to be “taw” on your second tort there)

    Nitpernikkity yours,
    N Joy

    #114991

    dom
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    Taw

    haha.

    #114996

    Jamie J Barter
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    And while we’re at it your cat ought really be a “tat” there, too…

    Raising you a hee to arrive at a straight Hawhawhaw there,
    N Joy

    #114997

    ignant666
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    Everyone on the Right-Hand Path knows that Tom and Jerry can only get us as far as 7=4, and that that after that, we must look to The Roadrunner.

    Note that The Roadrunner runs across the abyss unharmed, but The Coyote plummets to his death- because he looks down.

    #115020

    Anonymous

    It is believed Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand have the highest numbers of mosquito species. Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Brazil are recorded to have the highest number of endemic species. However, it is the whole of Africa, South America and Asia where most of the mosquito-borne diseases occur.

    ross river fever and dengue fever are two mozzie borne diseases that have grown in numbers recently here in Australia we do not have malaria as a bite complication though that I know of

    and most or all the mozzie borne diseases found in australia are only in our tropical or sub tropical “wet” areas.

    I drink indian tonic water with a splash of gin and a piece of lime 😀 so the quinine in my system keeps those parasitical & viral diseases down. I hope

    Now I know having a big lump on your body (after effects) is not the end of the world but I could do without it. Crowley tells the story that he slept outside and had perfected his asana to the extent that they left him alone.

    what is this big lump you have ?

    asana I try maybe I try too hard.. meh I will hash it out… sleep? I can sleep anywhere curl up if Im tired as long as I am warm

    100 tabs open in chrome or firefox is my international travel. Yesterday was Iraq and Babylon..and the new discoveries from “global warming” that have drained around the Tigris… I have hopes I’d love to travel overseas or just travel around in a tarovan with my dog and my bird

    ps I never knew tweety bird was a lawyer he seems to deal with a fair few torts

    #115030

    Tiger
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    Cult of Ku in Vietnam and further where it is customary to cannibalize the christians and offer the head in order to court the daughter.
    Any way Vietnam has mosquitoes and if you complain about the leaches to the hotel manager in Polynesia, they will tell you that; that is part of the ordeal of ta bodily awareness released in order to serve the bodhisattva ideal but if you want to cancel the tour;
    you are on your own and will still be charged.
    for real.
    But that might have been and indonesian or malaysian backpacking silat video
    really i swear i saw it.

    #115031

    Shiva
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    Ig: but The Coyote plummets to his death

    Actually, he always plummets to a splat … but he’s always seen again in the next scene or the next reel. The question before us is: Is the reappearance reincarnation, immortality, or just a series of clones or offspring?

    [unknown]: Crowley tells the story that he slept outside and had perfected his asana to the extent that they left him alone.

    If I’m not mis-taken, Asana had nothing to do with it. I believe he made dhyana upon/with the nasty buggers … and then they left him alone.

    #115043

    Tiger
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    The Witch mirror was beautiful

    #115449

    christibrany
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    @ignant666
    Please let me/us know how you like Porto. Such good food…Some of the little restaurants by the riverbank in one of those cobbled streets, near the Eiffel-designed bridge (did you know that? Gustav Eiffel) are superb. I believe it was on Rua de Fonte Taurina that I am recalling a super restaurant.
    For dishes try rojoes, and arroz de marisco 🙂
    The port (beverage) tour at Sandeman was fun as well as the cable car/funicular.
    Bom viagem 🙂

    #115450

    christibrany
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    We are supposed to go to the Azores sometime in September or October bc Azores airlines screwed up royally on our last trip to Porto so they have given us a free voucher for the flight there…but I am not sure if we will have time.
    Next trip for sure is Sacto and San Fran next month. Should be interesting.
    I am still in shock (no awe unfortunately) at the prices in San Francisco for the hotels….

    #116526

    We drove from Toronto to Montreal last July. As much as I enjoyed the food in Montreal, I found travelling around a real nightmare. Every day we were stuck in traffic jams and saw cars overturned, on fire etc. Didn’t find the comic book stores, christibrany, where are they? Planning on going back next year.
    They were driving almost as bad as the French and the Italians lol. Worst places for driving in Europe for me were Palermo and Lisbon.

    #116527

    christibrany
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    Hi Brigitte,

    I’ve never been to Montreal but I would like to. Thanks for the heads up RE the transport. When we travel we tend to only take public transport and ride-sharing since I find driving stressful and I am supposed to be on holiday. Of course it depends on the availability/ease. In California we had no problem taking the public bus and trains and then getting Lyfts when we needed to. I think we spent about 60 bucks on Lyfts total for a week which is cheaper than renting. Then the public bus/metro train was about 90 or a hundred. So that definitely works out cheaper than a car. Especially when you add gas. Sorry, felt like doing some math..

    In regards to comic shops there I just searched 🙂
    1000000 Comix
    3868 Rue Jean-Talon E
    Plateau-Mont-Royal

    Librairie Drawn & Quarterly
    (514) 279-2224
    211 Rue Bernard O
    Plateau-Mont-Royal

    Libraire Omnibus
    (514) 844-0748
    625 Ste-Catherine W
    Ville-Marie

    Yes worst driving is consistently (In Europe) in Italy and Portugal, Spain. Those lowly Southern countries 😉

    #116552

    Thanks for the addresses, we’re thinking of going back next year possibly.

    #116840

    dom
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    Am presently in Ibiza in the house music clubs. Afro-Cuban and Latin beats. John Bolton’s and Donald Trump’s version of Hell i guess.

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