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#76 Feb 24th, 2019, 20:29
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Originally Posted by RahulDeva View Post Thin line between overdone and burnt
I thought we passed charcoal some while back.
Walt Whitman - Song of Myself

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(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
#77 Feb 24th, 2019, 23:11
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Originally Posted by OldandRambling View Post the well known Rambling Syd
A literary giant. But if you seek answers to such quesions, better to ask Arthur Fallowfield, who knew so well that the answer lies in the soil.

When you think about it, how could The Incredible String Band have come as a surprise?
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post A literary giant. But if you seek answers to such quesions, better to ask Arthur Fallowfield, who knew so well that the answer lies in the soil.

When you think about it, how could The Incredible String Band have come as a surprise?
A natural progression, or maybe they were all smoking the same stuff!

Fun fact: Clive Palmer, one of the original band members travelled overland to India on the "hippy trail" and performed on national TV in India!

Talk about disappearing down internet rabbit holes!

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Rohini has a theme park called Adventure Island and a shopping precinct called Metro Walk. Otherwise not much to see there.
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Originally Posted by Govindpuri View Post Rohini has a theme park called Adventure Island and a shopping precinct called Metro Walk. Otherwise not much to see there.
Wait a minute! Are you trying top drag this thread back on topic? Seriously?
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Ms Tammy, please buy some guidebooks, and then clarify details with members of this site.
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Originally Posted by xochi View Post Ms Tammy, please buy some guidebooks, and then clarify details with members of this site.
Eminently sensible. I recommend Eyewitness.
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Guidebook is $20! Can pay a night for that money, India is cheap, it is said
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Welcome back, to our least favorite troll.

I know I can just unsubscribe, but as this thread is going nowhere, why don't the mods just close it and save bandwidth.
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Public library. Put some effort into it.
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Originally Posted by hfot2 View Post We have found them to have a limited range of rather ordinary products at high prices.
They stock a particular blend of Kenyan coffee, which is quite decent in taste. Don't know about value for money though.
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It ain't right but it's so good.
Absolutely. It's priceless. Wonder if Nadreg hires them? If he does, good for him and great for us. I would seriously recommend IM to people tackling depression. It would be gone in a jiffy.
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Don't be a spoil sport. Just when i was enjoying it.
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Hush, hfot2. Where are your manners?

To answer your question, the colour has to be pastylike since it died.
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