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Old 13th June 2010, 10:43 PM   #1
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Mmm... Watermelon.

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Overhere we've got plenty of expertise on dike plugs and oil spills, yet very little on tourist assassins.
I can do without crawfish for a lengthy period, not sure about the other thing, got something similar amusing on Peruvian terminator skills ?

Whaddayaknow, Cal on socker and fruit juice, what's the world coming to these days.
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Overhere we've got plenty of expertise on dike plugs and oil spills, yet very little on tourist assassins.
In 1997 I took my son to visit your fair country. On one of our day outings we visited the Kinderdijk and had lunch at the local tavern. Wouldn't you know it, but the "dam inspector" was at the bar. After a couple of schnapps (I guess, but perhaps it was oude jenever) he went back out to inspect for leaks. I guess that your visual faculties improve with stim.
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