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Friday, January 16, 2009
Hard lessons in economics.
a subtle difference though, in this one Tim has had a shampoo and a
haircut, as well as this he has been "fixed" (Tim may well look at it as
being "Unfixed" I guess.)
So no more dalliances with the ladies for Tim, just sit back and try to avoid getting
fat and lazy like the rest of us.
BTW, I meant to mention that Vicki has draped around her neck... a neck support
in the shape of a pink sheep, well actually a sheep that is a close relation to a
Dachshund, (a dog described as being "a dog and a half long and half a dog high")
but I'm getting a bit off-track here so I'll quit now.
We went for a drive down the Fleurieu Peninsula today, but as it was unplanned
we didn't have a camera with us, so I'll try to find a couple of photos from a
Grape vines at a winery along the way, Ooops the vines are all green at the moment
and everything else is brown (our summer colour).
Victor Harbour, a delightful historic holiday town on the coast about 90 Klm
Just a quick reference to the world's economic woes.... That's enough about that.
Along with the rest of the world, I wish President Barack Obama well and pray
that he is able to ease the suffering of so many people.
An Asian woman goes in to her local Bank Branch and begins exchanging
After the transaction is complete she asks the teller 'Why it change, yesterday
I get two hunat dollar for my money, today I only get hunat eighty?'
The teller looked over his glasses and says very slowly....'fluctuations'.
The Asian woman narrows her eyes and says, 'fluck you Aussies too'