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Old 02-02-2005, 05:33 PM   #76
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yet another knee slapper right there................
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my cat is being super-jittery and scared tonight for some strange reason. i followed her into my parents bedroom for our usual routine of me giving her a treat...and she hissed. she ran away scared out of her mind from me again at a second time and i didn't do anything to her. my dad said "hello" to her and she ran behind a door with her tail poofed up. just weird stuff like that. so i'm going to comfort her then take a shower, and i'll be back later.
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tonight i am bored and i am now off to watch a programme about parrots.

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Night Ewen,

If you see any "28" parrots, watch out they're deadly vicious.

Lorikeets are cool. Especially as babies.

And black cockatoos are fanbloodytastic!
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As Victoria, NSW, Tasmania and south-east Queensland cleaned up today after severe storms, heavy snow was reported in alpine regions.

Despite temperatures of 36 degrees earlier in the week, it was snowing this morning at the ski resorts of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham, with further snow predicted throughout today.

Winds remain strong in the region but both resorts are blanketed in white, with snow continuing to fall.

Falls Creek spokeswoman Debbie Howie said it was "literally like winter out here now".

"Early in the week it was hot, about 36 degrees, and we hadn't had rain for a while and we were told of bushfire concerns," she said.

"Well I can tell you that there certainly isn't any danger of a bushfire now."

She said the resort had already recorded around 12cm of snow and it was expected to continue falling throughout the day.


How weird is that???
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Ewen, get bored more often. I need the laughs!
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shit tania, my celsius to fahrenheit thingie in my head isn't too great but 36 degrees...fuck!!!!
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Yeah, gone from almost 96.8F to cold enough to get 12cm of snow in a week!
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