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Old 18 March 2019, 06:04 PM
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I would think the bee-keeper would want a lower profile for sting operations.
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Old 18 March 2019, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by GenYus234 View Post
I would think the bee-keeper would want a lower profile for sting operations.
Probably why it was a black sporty vehicle (Nissan or something similar) rather than bright yellow. Sorry, I didn't really notice the car much - it was rather nondescript.
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Old 18 March 2019, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by DawnStorm View Post
Over the weekend the local news I was watching mentioned Panda Day prior to a commercial break. Then they mentioned the following (paraphrase): coming up--an update on the Mueller investigation....while showing a panda playing in a water puddle.
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Old 21 March 2019, 06:57 PM
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Yesterday I saw two pigeons flying down the middle of a tube train (one was apparently attempting to mate with the other). Then later on, I saw a very elegant white-haired man in a dinner suit and black tie, lounging on a chair outside Costa Coffee in Melcombe street and smoking a cigarette (link to a Google Street View scene of the chair). He totally pulled it off, but he looked quite incongruous.

Today, I saw a very thick trail of coffee grounds leading from the edge of the pavement in a big wavy line across the area outside Hammersmith underground station, and leading into a closed gate. (I think it's the gate at the back of a coffeeshop, which makes sense). Somebody must have been carrying quite a large sack, and torn a hole in it as they picked it up. It looked like a trail of gunpowder in a cartoon, or something that somebody would have laid out to attract a caffeine-addict into a cage trap. (It smelled good, too).
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