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Dummo about that IA

Cant see a dog sitting behind me for long after I've had 8 Guinness and a vindaloo
 
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Cranes: Flying giant returning to Ireland after 300 years​

The giant cranes that lived in Ireland in the 1700s and became part of the culture but became extinct later on, have returned.

A giant bird that has been part of Irish folklore and was often kept as a pet in medieval times could be returning to the island after an absence of more than 300 years.

A pair of cranes are nesting on a rewetted peat bog in the Republic of Ireland's midlands.
It is hoped they could be the first of the species to breed in Ireland for centuries.
The cranes are on land owned by former peat producer Bord na M├│na.
The location is to remain confidential to protect the birds.

 

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Robert Jenrick appointed Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government on his Gents and Ladies toilets above

Pity he couldn't"spend a penny"or even a lot more on helping those in danger over non fire resistant cladding than wasting money on de-sexing unisex toilets LOL
 
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Robert Jenrick appointed Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government on his Gents and Ladies toilets above

Pity he couldn't"spend a penny"or even a lot more on helping those in danger over non fire resistant cladding than wasting money on de-sexing unisex toilets LOL
Definitely. There was a report in the Sunday paper about a luxury block of flats in London that sell for 7 figures, which caught fire last week. 3 floors caught light, the LFB didn't have long enough ladders and neither fire alarms or the fire watch were aware or alerted. It was only because of individual people in their whatsapp groups that everyone got out safely. That had the same cladding.
 

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Some nice pieces being found in the Haydarpa┼ča Station dig ....

A 2,400-year-old monument found in the excavations at Haydarpa┼ča Train Station​

In the archaeological excavations at Haydarpa┼ča Train Station, BC. The structure dating to the 4th and 3rd centuries was found. The structure, which archaeologists consider to be a monument / mausoleum, is the oldest architectural work ever found in excavations.

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Top 10 glamping and camping spots in Turkey​




Or there is Golden Key Bordubet is surrounded by pine trees and sits on the bank of a river B├Ârd├╝bet Hisar├Ân├╝ K├Ây├╝, mevkii, Marmaris

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