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The Gravel Bar / Re: Corona Virus
Last post by Trout Maharishi - Today at 16:16:03 PM
He said the one side effect he was the most worried about was developing micro penis. :drum  <-;:
#2
The Gravel Bar / Re: Corona Virus
Last post by Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 - Today at 16:07:56 PM
Quote from: Big J on Today at 15:38:08 PM
Quote from: greg on Today at 13:52:32 PMAnyone hear had mudwall is doing?

Talked with him today.  He's recovered except for a lingering headache and a cough.  He told me that that will be the last time he goes to the Mar-a-Lago Club and plays golf there.

Yup, just talked with Big J.  He wanted to play golf this weekend.

I am doing ok.  Family doing ok.  More concerned about the grandboy than anyone, but he is doing great.  He recently, only yesterday, discovered Herman the Worm.  Now the earworm is stuck in everyone's head.

Don't listen or you'll also be intoxicated.

Thanks for asking.


#3
The Gravel Bar / Re: Corona Virus
Last post by Big J - Today at 15:38:08 PM
Quote from: greg on Today at 13:52:32 PMAnyone hear had mudwall is doing?

Talked with him today.  He's recovered except for a lingering headache and a cough.  He told me that that will be the last time he goes to the Mar-a-Lago Club and plays golf there.
#4
The Gravel Bar / Re: Corona Virus
Last post by greg - Today at 13:54:12 PM
Daughter-in-law tested positive today. Priest sent out email that he tested positive today as well. I took communion from him yesterday. Oh well.
#5
The Gravel Bar / Re: Corona Virus
Last post by greg - Today at 13:52:32 PM
Anyone hear had mudwall is doing?
#6
The Gravel Bar / Re: Unlimited Nuclear Disaster...
Last post by Woolly Bugger - Today at 06:40:29 AM
The US has lost at least three nuclear bombs that have never been located – they're still out there to this day. How did this happen? Where could they be? And will we ever find them?


It was a mild winter's morning at the height of the Cold War.

On January 17, 1966, at around 10:30am, a Spanish shrimp fisherman watched a misshapen white parcel fall from the sky... and silently glide towards the Alboran Sea. It had something hanging beneath it, though he couldn't make out what it was. Then it slipped beneath the waves.

At the same time, in the nearby fishing village of Palomares, locals looked up at an identical sky and witnessed a very different scene – two giant fireballs, hurtling towards them. Within seconds, the sleepy rural idyll was shattered. Buildings shook. Shrapnel sliced towards the ground. Body parts fell to the earth.

A few weeks later, Philip Meyers received a message via a teleprinter – a device a bit like a fax that could send and receive primitive emails. At the time, he was working as a bomb disposal officer at the Naval Air Facility Sigonella, in eastern Sicily. He was told that there was a top secret emergency in Spain, and that he must report there within days.


https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20220804-the-lost-nuclear-bombs-that-no-one-can-find

#7
The Gravel Bar / Re: Unlimited Nuclear Disaster...
Last post by Woolly Bugger - Today at 06:35:01 AM
August 6 marks the 77th anniversary of the tragic incident of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings in 1945, during the end of World War 2. The catastrophic event, which claimed the lives of more than 1,40,000 people and more after years due to radiation effect, still continues to affect the lives of natives, both mentally as well as physically. Hiroshima Day is observed to remember those who got killed and to promote world peace and create awareness against the use of nuclear weapons.


https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/world/hiroshima-day-remembering-the-lost-in-nuke-catastrophe-and-understanding-the-world-war-ii/ar-AA10qLMr
#9
The Gravel Bar / Re: unlimited odds and ends
Last post by Woolly Bugger - August 07, 2022, 23:32:12 PM
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Macro photography: The hidden world of garden insects https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-west-wales-62425367
#10
The Gravel Bar / Re: Space the Final Frontier
Last post by Woolly Bugger - August 07, 2022, 11:42:50 AM
A solar storm could be about to hit Earth, as material flows out of a hole in the Sun.

The G1 class storm could cause radio communication problems, disrupt satellites and disrupt the migrations of animals, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Nonetheless, they are relatively minor – with much more dramatic effects possible during geomagnetic storms.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/earth-to-be-hit-by-solar-storm-after-hole-opens-in-the-sun/ar-AA10oGcm?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=d75c3932a22f490a9d0f3da1b8cde793
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